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457 visa changes impact on doctors could be minimal…for now.  If you are medical practitioner thinking of moving to Australia you may be concerned how the 457 visa changes impact doctors and your future – Can I still get a visa? Can I move permanently? Please read onto see how the changes could impact you. On…

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Successful doctors work on their bedside manner and are patient focussed. That said nоt all patients will agree with your approach or relate to уоur personality. Their fееdbасk might hаvе more tо do with thе аmеnitiеѕ in уоur wаiting rооm or thе аttitudе of your front office ѕtаff. The gооd news iѕ most соmрlаintѕ are аbоut bеdѕidе mаnnеr…

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Today a successful doctor needs a wider range of skills than in years gone-by. These include soft skills that do not necessarily come with just deep education. Doctors need to be far more accomplished and need to have a sense of purpose. Knowledge and experience that comes with training is obviously vital, but, this base alone…

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Brexit means big changes for Britain but not all of them are bad. Opportunities are going to arise for doctors from Commonwealth countries to fill the talent gap left by the exit from the European Union (EU), and none are placed better than highly trained affable Aussie doctors. Brexit is good news for Australian doctors jobs. When I…

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What Drives Doctors mad when applying for Jobs For a country of just over 23 million people Australia has created a uniquely complex bureaucracy. The multi-level government structure is a major reason Australia is not the “nimble’’ country of innovation that our politicians claim they want us to be.   The medical recruitment sector is…

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This is the adventure your career has been waiting for! This large international health care provider in Vietnam delivers personalized support, customer service, and comprehensive medical care to foreign and local populations. Join a multinational team of physicians from the US, Canada, Israel, France, Belgium, Italy, Switzerland, the UK, Japan, Philippines, Australia, Vietnam and Argentina….

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Have you ever thought about how social media can highlight your credibility and reputation as a Medical Practitioner? Are you interested in engaging in online communication with patients, colleagues and other potential, beneficial contacts for support, information, assistance and education? Or would you prefer a personal, online presence rather than a professional one? Whether you…

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‘A dream job in a dream country’ – Jason Stevens, MRCGP Working in Australia as a GP Practicing as a General Practioner (GP) in Australia is similar clinically to the UK. Most practices now are paperless so all patient records are accessed and recorded by doctors on computer. On average a practice will have 3…

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In today’s digital age, the rise of telehealth modes is on the increase… and inevitable.  Think Telstra’s ‘ReadyCare’ or this recent article in New York Times – Modern Doctors’ House Calls: Skype Chat and Fast Diagnosis Virtual Medicine Essentially both concepts are referring to ‘virtual medicine’ where a patient can connect with a doctor virtually…

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Telephone Interview tips for Medical Doctors   Great news that you have received an email from Medipeople offering you a telephone interview for a hospital in Australia or New Zealand. Telephone interviews are a crucial part of the medical recruitment process and the degree of preparation required will vary depending on the seniority of the…

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Emergency Medicine – Registrars, CMO’s and FACEM’s Medipeople is working with a huge number of Public and Private Hospitals throughout Australia. We have exclusive, first access to some of the best located and highest paying locum work available. If you are an Emergency Medicine doctor and already working in Australia: Are you looking for the…

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A doctor who stopped taking on new patients because of “safety” concerns is keeping the list closed despite it being a breach of his NHS contract. Dr Hadrian Moss, of Dryland Surgery, Kettering, closed the list three weeks ago because of GP shortages. He followed British Medical Association (BMA) guidelines but NHS England said the…

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It’s fair to say we are loving the new look of our website. Our focus is on providing a consultative service to medical doctors to make sure they are best positioned to make career decisions. We feel the changes to the site reflect this with the ease with which new clients can make quick contact…

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