Have you ever had a bad job interview before? Did you really suck in your interview! Well, this post is about how not to suck
As a means for helping other doctors, at AdvanceMed we collect an open bank of real interview questions. These are questions that have been asked
Over the last year, I have been pleasantly surprised by the interest of doctors all over the world in some of the explanations that I
Most job applications still include a panel interview process as one of the final steps in selecting candidates. As part of this panel interview process,
Are you looking for an easy way to predict the types of questions you will get at your job interview? I’ve worked with lots of
I was recently alerted to a concerning trend in medical training in Australia which is to make trainee doctors pay for the college selection process
Featured image shows the distribution of population areas according to the Modified Monash Model c/- DoctorConnect site When working with specialists from countries other than
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.