Our teams are busy working on these projects which are coming online soon.
Medical career pathways are complex. It is often difficult to navigate your way through various university, college and health services websites. The career planner tool is a collaborative effort by six training hubs designed as a one-stop-shop for mapping out end-to-end medical career pathways. Its focus is regional Victoria and Tasmania.
We’re working on a mentoring program that will facilitate near-peer knowledge sharing and support, as well as an option to establish enjoyable non-work related connections within the local community.
Inspirational stories and videos
This series of informative conversations will shine a light on some of our local medical specialists, profile them and answer questions such as:
- how did they get to where they are now
- what is the best thing about being rural
- what career decisions were the hardest and the best and why.
The series will also document some of the realities of working in regional health services, and the lifestyle of a rural junior doctor/specialist.
Bonded medical places
We are exploring how we can support bonded medical place students and junior doctors to get the most out of their regional placements and meet their return of service obligations.
Research can be a catalyst for taking the next step up in your training pathway. The Hubs are working to identify and promote research opportunities which may exist in our regions for junior doctors.
Links to information and resources that may support your regional studies and training pathways.
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