Camilla Mutton

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Camilla Mutton

Camilla Mutton has worked in the Medical and Not-For-Profit sector for nearly a decade. Previously working as an Associate Recruiter at Wavelength on the Psychiatry team, she has recently moved to the Wavelength corporate team as Business Improvement Consultant, and prior to that worked at the Australian Red Cross Blood Service and Greenpeace Australia. As an avid reader, and advocate for equality, Camilla has a thirst for knowledge and involvement across the medical industry and multiple not-for-profit organisations. She offers a fresh perspective on the medical workforce and the ever-changing cultural environments in Australia.

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Inspiring the Next Generation of Medical Students

Our UNSW Wavelength International Elective Scholarship winner for 2018 shares her experience working in Bourke.

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More powerful together - International Women's Day

International Women’s Day is celebrated worldwide on 8 March. The 2019 theme, More Powerful Together, recognises the important role we all play in breaking down stereotypes to create a world where women and girls everywhere have equal rights and opportunities. In today's blog, Wavelength’s Director Claire Ponsford reflects not only on how far we’ve come but also how far we all still have to go to breakdown stereotypes and achieve gender parity.

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Meet our Medicine team

Find out how our experienced medicine team can help you find the most rewarding Physician jobs.

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The Wavelength UNSW Medical School scholarships in action!

Our two Wavelength UNSW Medical School scholarship recipients from last year share their stories with us…

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Alarming Number of Women Affected by Breast Cancer Daily

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.

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4 Steps to Start a Mental Well-being Conversation

With an alarming 65,000 suicide attempts made in Australia each year, action is needed. Challenging the misconceptions associated with suicide is essential to ensure people can ask for and give help without discrimination. We talk to one of Wavelength’s Psychiatrists this RUOK day for some ideas on how to offer help to someone you are worried about.

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NAIDOC week - Because of her, we can!

This week is NAIDOC week (National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee). The theme this year - Because of her, we can! - celebrates the essential role that women have played, and continue to play, as active and significant role models at the community, local, state and national levels.

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Working in Indigenous Health

During Reconciliation Week we're speaking to some of our Doctors to find out what it's like to work in AMS (Aboriginal Medical Services) & Indigenous Health. We caught up with one of our Locum Consultant Psychiatrists, Dr Robert Karoly, who does a lot of work in Indigenous Mental Health. Read on for his insights.

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Locum work in Australia - Your Top 7 Questions Answered

Wavelength Recruitment consultant and Psychiatry Locum Specialist Camilla Mutton provides her answers to our top 7 most frequently asked locum questions.

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