Seminar - Why should Australian doctors be internationally involved?
22 May 2012
A qualification in medicine opens up exciting possibilities for international work helping to provide services for some of the world's most needy populations. But if we do this, does our career suffer?
Do we miss opportunities? How can we pay the mortgage? Here is a chance to ask people who have done it. Hear from graduates about the opportunities and experiences they have had. And come with your questions.
Chair: Dr John Whitehall, University of Western Sydney
Professor Bob Cumming, Professor of Epidemiology, Sydney School of Public Health
Dr James Thompson, UNSW graduate and current Urology registrar
Dr Phoebe Williams, recent SMS graduate, Founder of Hands of Help
Dr Chris Dwyer, recent SMS graduate
Time: 1- 2.30pm
Location: Footbridge Theatre, Camperdown campus
Contact: Rebecca Mann