Junior doctors who work rurally and regionally are generally able to access a variety of hands on skills much sooner than their city counterparts. Working rurally and regionally supports family life and the ability to participate in diverse recreational activities. The Goulburn Valley boasts a number of attractive features whilst still being in close proximity to Melbourne.
The GVRTH offers mentoring opportunities for University of Melbourne Rural Clinical School Students and Junior Doctors in the GVRTH footprint.
Types of mentoring available include:
With the options available you can use the mentoring experience to progress your career planning and identify goals; learn from the professional experiences of others; or establish enjoyable non-work related connections within the local community.
If you are ready to begin your mentoring journey, you may register here with our customised Mentorloop platform. Mentorloop is a cloud based system, designed for ease of communication and to optimise our ability to match you with the most suitable mentors.
Medical Career Pathways are complex and it is often difficult to navigate your way through various University, College and Health Services websites. This tool is designed as a one-stop-shop for mapping out end-to-end medical career pathways.