In a department not nearly as equipped as those you’ll be used to in Australia, you’ll nonetheless have the chance to work with X-ray and ultrasound, and see a whole range of location-specific conditions. Expect to observe and assist with hysterosalphingograms, barium meals, ureothograms, and fistusograms. Outside of placement hours, what could be better than a long walk on the beach? Or - if you're feeling more adventurous - visit Mole Game Park to discover local wildlife. Read what our students think below!
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"Even ‘disposable’ equipment was sometimes reused from patient to patient"Read more
"I saw quite a few abdomen ultrasounds done to check for metastases."Read more
"The opportunity to travel around Vietnam was a great addition to my elective placement."Read more
"Local staff taught me about their exposure techniques and why they use a higher kVp."Read more
"The operation of the department was very efficient despite the limited services available."Read more
"Travelling by myself was a lot less difficult than I thought it would be."Read more
"If you’re considering a Work the World placement, my advice would be ‘definitely go!’ It’s the chance of a lifetime, and will open your mind to different cultures and experiences."Read more
"I can honestly say it is the best decision I have ever made."Read more
There were always various presentations... Offering a chance to learn both in the clinical and classroom settingRead more
The four weeks of my trip were both the most challenging and the most rewarding weeks of my lifeRead more