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WA THE AUSTRALIAN MEDICAL 2015 STUDENTS’ ASSOCIATION’S INTERNSHIP &RESIDENCY GUIDE Ready for the real world? We know how to get you started. They may be called ‘finals’ but they actually mark the start of your career. It’s now that the real work begins. Fortunately, BOQ Specialist has worked closely with the medical profession for over 20 years. Th
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  WA    THE AUSTRALIAN MEDICALSTUDENTS’ ASSOCIATION’S   2015 INTERNSHIP  &RESIDENCY GUIDE  They may be called ‘finals’ but they actually mark the start of your career. It’s now that the real work begins. Fortunately, BOQ Specialist has worked closely with the medical profession for over 20 years. That’s why we’ve put together a unique banking package that will help you get started.You have a long career ahead of you. But don’t worry, we’ll be with you all the way.To find out more, visit boqspecialist.com.au/students Financial products and services are provided by BOQ Specialist Bank Limited ABN 55 071 292 594 (BOQ Specialist). BOQ Specialist is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bank of Queensland Limited ABN 32 009 656 740 (BOQ). BOQ and BOQ Specialist are both authorised deposit taking institutions in their own right. Neither BOQ nor BOQ Specialist guarantees or otherwise supports the obligations or performance of each other or of each other’s products.The issuer of these products is BOQ Specialist Bank Limited ABN 55 071 292 594, AFSL and, Australian Credit Licence 234975 (BOQ Specialist). All finance is subject to our credit assessment criteria. Terms and conditions, fees and charges apply. We reserve the right to cease offering these products at any time without notice. The information contained in this document is general in nature and does not take into account your personal financial or investment needs or circumstances. Before acquiring any of the products listed you should obtain a copy of the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) from boqspecialist.com.au and consider whether it is appropriate for you. Deposits of up to $250 000 per account holder placed with BOQ Specialist are guaranteed by the Australian Government as part of the Financial Claims Scheme. Please refer to www.apra.gov.au for further information. Credit cards / Home loans / Car finance / Transactional banking and overdrafts / Savings and deposits / Foreign exchange Ready for the real world?  We know how to get you started.  2015 Interns’ and Residents’ Guide 3  ABOUT THE AUSTRALIAN MEDICAL STUDENTS’  ASSOCIATION The Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA) is the peak representative body for medical students in Australia. Each of the 20 medical schools in Australia elects a representative to sit on AMSA Council, which is the primary decision-making body of the Association. The key mandate of AMSA is to connect, inform and represent Australia’s 17 000 medical students. AMSA’s core operations are aimed at realising this mandate. These operations include: Advocacy  – AMSA advocates for medical students through policy development, advocacy campaigns and representation to governments, universities and relevant medical and medico-political bodies. AMSA has a strong grass-roots approach to policy development whereby local AMSA Subcommittees produce and review policy and other initiatives. Events, projects and initiatives  – Medical students from across the country are able to connect with peers by participating in AMSA’s renowned educational, social and leadership events, projects and initiatives These include programs aimed at improving medical student health and wellbeing and others to increase awareness of community, rural and global health issues. Publications  – AMSA produces many publications, which are distributed in physical copies and digitally online. These publications, like this guide you are reading, are an important conduit through which AMSA connects and informs Australian medical students.  ABOUT THE INTERNSHIP  AND RESIDENCY GUIDE AMSA’s Intern and Resident’s Guide (IRG) is your one stop shop for nding out about the different options offered to each and every nal year student in Australia. Our team has spent a few intense weeks trawling through hospital data and state websites to bring you the most comprehensive guide to making your way into the workforce. The Internship and Residency Guide lists all the basics about each and every hospital in Australia that nal year students can apply for an internship, with information about rotations, locations, and allocations. Where applicants wish for more information than the basics, there are contact details for someone to speak to at each training network. DISCLAIMER  While we have endeavoured to bring you the most up to date information available, please keep in mind that while using this guide, things may have changed. We thoroughly recommend that, in addition to the information in the IRG, applicants also visit the website of the state or training provider they are thinking of applying to, and research the hospitals which they would consider working at. While reading through the IRG, it is also important to be mindful that this guide was compiled entirely by medical student volunteers, who sacrised an immense amount of their own time in searching for the most current information, and in assembling this guide to its current form.  2015 Interns’ and Residents’ Guide 4 CONTENTS Title: The 2015 Internship and Residency GuidePrevious Editions: 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009To advertise with AMSA, contact sponsorship@amsa.org.auFor any enquiries about this Guide, contact ppo@amsa.org.auPrinted by PrintNova, Newcastle, NSW 05Foreword08Information for Applicants09Life as an Intern: The Facts10The Commonwealth Medical Internship Initiative Training Network Information From west to east, north to south: 15Western Australia21Northern Territory25South Australia31Queensland45New South Wales61Australian Capital Territory65Victoria81Tasmania
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