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2023 QLD Medical Recruitment Campaign Webinar Series
Want to know more about the upcoming recruitment campaign? Join us for this exciting online event.
We’ll discuss the application process and specialty training options available for doctors in training in northern Queensland. Hear the latest news and recruitment information provided by the Queensland Health RMO Recruitment team. Learn about how the campaign works, who can apply, how preferences work, recruitment rounds and positions available.
Hear from directors of training and doctors currently working in northern Queensland hospitals and health services about the region's unmatched medical training opportunities.
THURSDAY 28 APRIL 2022
Ep 1 - Information Session
Learn about location preferencing, recruitment rounds, and how to apply. Hear the latest news and recruitment information provided by the Queensland Health Intern Recruitment team. Meet the workforce departments from hospitals in the Queensland region. Current interns and junior doctors working in the local Hospital and Health Services will share their training experiences and answer your questions.
The webinar is open to Queensland and interstate medical students who are Australian and New Zealand citizens or Australian permanent residents (Group A and B). Medical international students in Australian universities are also welcome to join and stay on for a special international student Q&A session after the main webinar (Group C).
THURSDAY 5 MAY 2022
Ep 2 - Preparing for success: CV & Interview tips
Do you know about Career Statements or how to identify which skills you should include on your CV to enhance your application success? Learn the tips and tricks for preparing medical job applications from intern to entry into specialty training pathways and how you can ensure your CV fully reflects your skills and experiences. Join us in this beneficial online event.
This webinar is a medical career planning event presented by NQRTH and Dr Ashe Coxon. Dr Coxon is a General Practitioner, career counsellor and founder of Medical Career Planning. She works with medical students and doctors-in-training to assist them in medical interview preparation and career counselling.
THURSDAY 12 MAY 2022
Ep 3 - Medical Research for doctors in training in NQ
Northern Queensland is a research paradise for doctors-in-training. Diverse and unique investigation areas, funding availability and a high level of support are some highlights of completing medical research in this part of the world.
Hear from senior medical researchers currently working and living in Northern Queensland and doctors-in-training following a career in research. Learn about research opportunities and facilities available in the region from an expert panel.
THURSDAY 19 MAY 2022
Ep 4 - Career Planning Tips & Tricks
If you are unsure about your future medical specialty, join Dr Ashe Coxon from Medical Career Planning for her tips & tricks on choosing a specialty. Dr Coxon is a General Practitioner, career counsellor and founder of Medical Career Planning. She works with medical students and doctors-in-training to assist them in their career goals, career uncertainty and career transitioning.
THURSDAY 26 MAY 2022
Ep 5 - RMO Information Session
Want to know more about the 2023 Queensland Health RMO Recruitment Campaign? Join us for this collaborative online event to inform medical students and doctors-in-training.
Hear the latest news and recruitment information provided by the Queensland Health RMO Recruitment team. Learn about how the campaign works, who can apply, preferencing, recruitment rounds and positions. Hear about the region's quality medical training opportunities from the workforce departments and doctors working in northern Queensland's hospital and health services.
NQRTH is an initiative of the Australian Government's Integrated Rural Training Pipeline (IRTP) and is facilitated by James Cook University in partnership with public and private hospitals, Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council (QAIHC), health services, Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations (ACCHOs) and GP clinics.