Recorded: 13 Sep 2022
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On-demand recorded 13 Sep 2022
In this webinar, you will learn about planning your CPD, building your professional networks and the best way to gain local knowledge in your area. We will also answer some of the most asked questions from IMGs about building a successful career in Australia.
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This event attracts 2 CPD points
This event is part of How to become a GP in Australia webinar series. Events in this series are:
Anthony has extensive experience and knowledge of the medical careers process in Australia, including the pathways for IMG doctors to embark on medical careers in Australia.
Anthony has worked in a number of Executive and medical workforce roles for over 25 years, including four years as the Executive Medical Director, Health Education & Training Institute of NSW.
Anthony currently works with thousands of individual doctors to assist them in applying for and preparing for job applications and career transitions. In addition Anthony works with a number of organisations, including several specialty medical colleges, on medical workforce related projects. Anthony hosts a very popular medical careers blog advancemed.com.au and YouTube channel the career doctor.
Dr Tatsuo Nagashima graduated in Japan in 2000 as a paediatric specialist. Tatsuo moved to Australia in 2009 and commenced a neonatal registrar at Mater Mothers' Hospital in Brisbane, Queensland. After completing AMC part 1 and 2 and a hospital rotation at Redland Hospital and gaining the general registration, he decided to peruse his career in general practice. Now Tatsuo has experienced many GP jobs in multiple rural towns in Queensland, he has an interest in GP field in paediatrics, perinatal consultations, sexual health, and mental health. Outside of work Tatsuo is passionate about music.
Dr Franziska Levin moved to Australia in 2018 after completing her GP training in the UK. Her first experience of Australia was at a high school exchange year in 1997 where she met her partner. Originally from Germany, she studied medicine in Germany and in Italy before moving to the UK in 2006 for her postgraduate training. After some time in general medicine and paediatrics she chose to specialise in GP. She very much enjoys general practice and it helped to develop her UK practice into a centre of excellence for intellectual disability. For these efforts she was awarded UK GP trainee of the year in 2018. Her journey in Australia started in Melbourne and led her through several corporate and private GP practices, and various Covid-19 projects into community health. She has fully embraced her opportunities here and joined the RACGP New Fellows Committee, and has participated in mentoring and the Future Leaders program.
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