The Federal Government has made several changes to Australian work visas this year which can often be confusing and complex. This is a follow up to our blog posted 13 March 2018 about changes to the 457 working visa in Australia.
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Seven UK and Irish doctors reveal why they made the life-changing move to Australia to advance their medical careers.
The RACGP recently announced changes to their Specialist Pathway Program for General Practitioners moving to Australia.
Read on below for full details and to find out how we can help.
The recent federal budget offers an apparent windfall for the Australian taxpayer - a $400 million saving for the country thanks to a reduced intake of overseas doctors by 200 per annum.
The much-maligned overseas trained doctor makes an easy scapegoat, blamed for everything from costing too much to providing a lower standard of care, despite little evidence to support either claim.
Wavelength's in-house Regulatory and Migration team clarifies changes to Australia’s 457 Sponsorship Visa in March 2018.
Wavelength has been assisting GPs with their careers in Australia for nearly 20 years. Read about Dr Ounnas's new life in Australia as a GP.
Finding a job is only half the story. Truth is, you can’t work as a doctor in Australia unless you’re fully registered, appropriately indemnified and have billing rights. And you can’t even set foot in the country until you have the right work visa.
The Australian government recently announced it will replace the current subclass 457 visa with a new Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) visa from March 2018. Ask Wavelength's in-house migration team for advice.
We talk to British doctor – and berry farmer – Dr Lucy Reed, Director of Emergency Medicine at Launceston General Hospital, about her adventurous ED career and love of Tasmania. Even by emergency physician standards, Dr Lucy Reed has had an energetic and adventurous career...
It’s not a new problem. Australia, with it’s metro-educated medical workforce, attractive coastal cities and ‘daunting’ outback, often finds it hard to lure doctors away from friends, family and their café latte lifestyles. Here is a synopsis of historical strategies tried:
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Dr John Bethell graduated from Aberdeen Medical School in 1990 and worked as a doctor in both the UK and Australia, launching Wavelength with co-founder Claire Ponsford in 1999. As a pioneer and market leader of medical recruitment in Australia Dr Bethell has seen the industry grow and mature. After two decades of helping doctors find work and healthcare employers find doctors, he sees the medical workforce world from a unique perspective.