Are doctors afraid to say "I don't know"?
Doctors spend their lives eliciting crucial answers for patients but are they scared of providing a common response: "I don't know". Read more on the Wave Blog.
Medicine needs women doctors - yes, even those that want to have a family
Medicine needs women doctors, even those that want to have a family, says Dr John Bethell, director and international medical recruitment specialist
Do you see your medical recruiter as a valued partner?
Is your medical recruitment specialist a valued partner or a necessary evil? asks Dr John Bethall, Wavelength director and medical recruitment expert
'Closing the gap' on numbers of indigenous doctors in Australia
Wavelength's Dr John Bethell says despite a wealth of funding, Australia has a long way to go in closing the gap on the number of indigenous doctors.
Want to attract overseas doctors to your town? First Build a Church!
Want to attract overseas doctors to your town? Dr John Bethell explores some factors you might now consider, for instance, first build a church! Read more.
Codes of Conduct and the Ethical Recruitment of Doctors
Dr John Bethell explores whether a voluntary code of conduct promotes ethical recruitment of international doctors? Read more.
Doctors and Recruitment best practice often don’t mix
Like oil and water, doctors and recruitment best practice often don't mix, Dr Bethell explores some of the things that don't mix well. Read more today.
Why you should consider working in New Zealand
Salaries for specialist doctors and general practitioners in NZ compete poorly on the international market. Find out the real reason why you should work in NZ
Should Australian doctors have a National Award?
Dr John Bethell investigates whether Australian doctors should have a national award to stop interstate salary wars. Read more today.
Issues with Elderly Doctors
Should elderly doctors be forced to retire when they are no longer fit to practice? Dr John Bethell examines issues with elderly doctors. Read more today.