If you would like to request a personalised career guidance session please fill out the form, select the most appropriate team member and let us know what your goals for the session are. No guarantees can be made that the selected team member will be available at a time that suits you, particularly during peak recruitment times. We suggest you send the request two months in advance of the closing date of applications/preferencing.
Professor Julian Wright
Professor Julian Wright is a practicing Nephrologist, with a Master’s in Clinical Education, who trained in the UK and then moved to Australia to take up the position as Head of the Department of Rural Health and Dean of the Rural Clinical School with University of Melbourne. Professor Wright can provide guidance and advice on a career in Nephrology and the medical specialties more broadly, and the path to becoming a great clinical educator.
Bill is the Deputy Head of Department of Rural Health at the University of Melbourne’s Rural Clinical School. Bill graduated medicine in 1965, after which he completed his training as a doctor or Renal Pathophysiology. Bill now spends his time in clinical teaching, administration and research. Bill is a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians.
Shane Boyer is the manager of the Hume Rural Generalist Training Program, Murray to Mountains and has over 20 years experience working in the medical training and management field in the region. Shane has a wealth of knowledge on Intern, rural generalist and GP advanced skills training and career opportunities in the Hume region.
Mimi Zilliacus is the manager of the Goulburn Valley Regional Training Hub. Mimi has a background in Public Health with a particular focus on health systems and health workforces. In her role as Hub manager Mimi, and in the process of building Dr Pathway, Mimi has amassed a wealth of knowledge about the college training programs, their structure, entry requirements and processes to get onto training programs, particularly GP training and the other specialties that are in most need in rural Victoria.