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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"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
"X-rays were constantly taken with multiple patients and family in the room".Read more
"I’ve returned home with a fresh outlook on the type of practitioner I want to be".Read more
I do have great admiration for the hospital staff, who were relentless in their effortsRead more
There were always various presentations... Offering a chance to learn both in the clinical and classroom settingRead more
Nepal should be experienced by everyone. I give this placement my highest recommendationRead more
The four weeks of my trip were both the most challenging and the most rewarding weeks of my lifeRead more
My four weeks in Dar were the most eye-opening of my career and I got so much from itRead more
I had the most fantastic time and made some brilliant friends. I wanted to go back the moment I leftRead more