Find out how Frank Gaillard's Radiopaedia.org is changing the way medicine is taught and his views on how technology is changing the medical landscape.
How can doctors who have an employment gap on their resume explain it in a way that doesn’t restrict their job prospects? Here are some useful ways to discuss an employment gap in a productive manner.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. 48 women are diagnosed with breast cancer each day. We talk to Dr Nipu Jayatilleke about why she chose to work as a Breast Surgeon and the advocacy she takes part in to help improve the number of women affected by this terrible disease.
We talk to one of Australia’s leading Emergency Physicians Professor Middleton about the growing problem of FACEM maldistribution and how he believes ED Doctors should commit to either spending time...
Resus is the only multidisciplinary resuscitation conference in NSW, so the Wavelength Emergency Medicine Recruitment Team was there in force to soak up all the latest trends and developments in resuscitation, cardiac arrest and trauma. Find out what you might have missed at the event!
In Australia, around 30,000 people suffer from a sudden cardiac arrest each year. On average, only 9-10% survive. We all have a part to play in increasing this alarmingly low survival rate and could be saving 12,000 lives a year!
Read our interview with Associate Professor Paul Middleton, Senior Emergency Medicine Specialist, to find out how.
From 3 September 2018, the RACGP’s Specialist Pathway Program (SPP) is being replaced by the Specialist Recognition Program (SRP). To be assessed under the current SPP arrangements, you must create a RACGP profile and pay the assessment fee by 31st August 2018. Read our blog for full details.