A recent series of articles in the Sydney Morning Herald highlighted the rising rate of medical locum doctor usage in Australia. The articles indicated that
Would you like 5 tips for preparing for your next medical job interview? Hello, I’m Dr. Anthony Llewellyn, doctor and medical HR expert and I love to share tips with other doctors about how to improve their performance in the job interview.
If you are applying for a job you may have been asked to provide some sort of cover letter as part of the process. When I say cover letter this might in fact be an email these days or even just some notes as part of the online application process. Many doctors can be confused…
It’s that time of the year again. The time when each of the States and Territories in Australia open up the process of applications for medical internships for the following year. For four years I was responsible for running the largest Intern application system in Australia for 4 years. The NSW Intern application system.
Interested In Knowing How Much Specialty Trainee Doctors Earn & the Rates of Registrar Pay? We Break It Down For You In This Blog Post.
Not surprisingly, one of the more popular topics on this blog is the subject of income for doctors. We have recently written about how much an Intern is paid and how much a Resident is paid. Of particular interest to many is how much a doctor earns when they have completed all their training and…
Career coaching is something I write about often. And there is a reason. Career coaching is something many professionals don’t give enough importance to. The
Dr Rebecca Stewart guest blogs for us on an important question. Rebecca is a GP and Medical Educator who is passionate about supporting competence and excellence in medical education, research and evaluation. Rebecca offers a range of training supports to doctors undertaking general practice training via MedEd Experts.
Career coaching is something I write about often. And there is a reason. Career coaching is something many professionals don’t give enough importance to. The truth is that a lot of people, especially medical professionals, can use career coaches to kickstart or even keep their professional lives moving forward. This even includes medical students who are just entering the job market, as well as seasoned medical professionals looking to manage or make changes to their careers.
The Rates of Pay for Australian Trainee Doctors Can Be Confusing. Differences Between States & Territories & Confusing Job Titles. We Unpack This For You.
Things to consider when looking for an interview coach for doctor interviews and other career challenged include experience and training, as well as panel member experience.
PLAB Accepted in Australia? For a Small Number of IMGs Who Have worked Previously In the UK. Completing the PLAB Is an Alternative to the AMC Certificate.
A Medical Student CV is Essential For An Intern Post. You May Never Have Put One Together Before OR Maybe Its Been A While. Let Me Show You How It’s Done. Including Some Tips And The Key Differences From Doctor CVs or Resumes At Later Stages of Your Career.
Indian Doctors in Australia Make Up One of The Largest Groups of International Medical Graduates in the Country. We Explain The Process and Your Chances.
How Should You Include Your Job References On Your CV or Resume. And Who Should You Pick In The First Place. Here Is How Its Done.
UK Doctors Are Definitely In A Preferred Category For Working in Australia. But its Not Absolutely Guaranteed You Will Be Able To Work Here. Its Good To Know Your Options and What The Potential Costs May Be.
A question I am often asked by other doctors is when is a medical recruitment agency a good idea. Not surprisingly when you google this topic you get a list of articles written by medical recruitment agencies so I felt it would be useful to add an independent perspective. Some of the key reasons you…
Ever Wondered How To Write Good Doctor Job Interview Questions? Well It Starts With Gaining A Good Understanding Of The Job Itself.
So why is it that the minimum score may not be sufficient for you. Well actually there are a couple of main reasons and I will take you through each of them in turn.
Part of a Series on All You need to know about the Medical Career Pathway in Australia. If you search enough on Google and look enough on facebook you will readily find lots of opinions about the Australian Medical Council examinations process. Given that a lot of the readers of this blog are international doctors…