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Peta O’Brien is one of two recipients of the Bill Nicholes “Willigobung Scholarship for Medicine” in 2020.
Thailand was a natural choice for me to undertake my elective because of my close involvement with the Thai-Australian community.
My elective was in Kasangati, a small town around 40 minutes outside of the capital Kampala.
Cardiology elective, Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital | General Practice, Ormskirk Medical Practice, UK »
My elective over January 2019 consisted of two placements, 3 weeks at Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital (LCHC) and 1 week at Ormskirk Medical Practice.
As the bus pulled into Wexford Station one cold, drizzly Sunday afternoon, on Ireland’s historical south-eastern coast, I couldn’t help but think “I left an...
For my elective, I had the lovely opportunity to join the interventional cardiology team at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London. This was through the...
For my elective, I spent 4 weeks at Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU) where I spent 2 weeks in Emergency Medicine and 2 weeks in Intensive Care Unit (...
I went to King’s College Hospital in London for my elective placement in the Gastroenterology department.
I completed my medical elective at St Luke’s Hospital in Tokyo, Japan. The hospital itself was a great location to spend four weeks as everyone was friendly...
Although the title of my elective “Paediatric Neurology” sounded a little intimidating, the team I worked with were in fact the opposite.
Paediatrics, Paediatric Surgery, Neurosurgery, Infectious Diseases, St Luke’s International Hospital, Tokyo, Japan »
I did my elective placement, along with 3 other good friends from my year, at St Luke’s International Hospital in Tokyo from 7 January 2019 – 1 February 2019.
London (and its winter weather) suited me well during my elective placement at The Royal Marsden Hospital in Chelsea.