Guide to Working Abroad for Student and Young Doctors

Burnet Institute

23 June, 2011

The guide was developed by the AMA Council of Doctors-in-Training and the Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA) and written by eight junior doctors in consultation with a range of Australian experts.

It’s is a great resource for any medical student or young doctor seeking safe and rewarding placements and rotations overseas.

Burnet Institute Education and Training Team Leader Marion Brown attended the event promoting our courses and the work we do.

“Burnet’s Centre for International Health has been involved with helping many young doctors and medical students wanting to work abroad,” Marion said.

“Burnet staff have provided advice and mentoring and sponsoring some AMSA events or have been speakers at AMSA conferences.”

Head of the Burnet Centre for International Health and Deputy Director Professor Mike Toole and Professor Rob Moodie from the Nossal Institute for Global Health were both keynote speakers at the launch.

They both joined a panel of specialist trainees who had recently returned from working overseas to answer questions from the audience.

CLICK HERE for an electronic version of the AMA Guide to Working Abroad for Australian Medical Students and Junior Doctors.

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