Congratulations to Dr Sanjay Joseph, National Junior Doctor of the Year
Congratulations to Dr Sanjay Joseph who was named the National Junior Doctor of the Year at the National Confederation of Postgraduate Medical Councils Awards in Canberra on 31 October.
The ultimate medicine experience
For final-year medicine student Homya Bolla, a rural placement in Weipa was the perfect way to cap off her six-year degree at JCU. Now preparing for her intern year at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane, Homya has reflected on what has been her ultimate medicine experience.
The long road to Nhulunbuy
It’s been a long road to Nhulunbuy in East Arnhem Land for Northern Territory Medical Program (NTMP) graduate Debbie Gillon, but she finally made it. Despite wanting to be a nurse in high school, her life has taken many twists and turns including finishing school in year 10, having children young and supporting her husband’s career.
Practicing in a Rural Area
Dr Chris Hughes is a General Practitioner in Wynyard, Tasmania. He discusses the unique experience of practising in a rural area.
Med student motivated to make a difference
As a young boy growing up in Alice Springs, Aaron Scolyer always knew he wanted to be a doctor.