Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research is one of Australia's leading biomedical research organisations, with a national and international reputation for performing highly influential basic and translational research. WEHI is the proud sponsor of the Melbourne 2020 AMSA National Convention 3-Minute Thesis competition.
From humble beginnings in Richmond, Epworth HealthCare is now Victoria’s largest not-for-profit private hospital group comprising 11 locations across Melbourne and Greater Geelong with a passionate team of more than 10,000 doctors, nurses, allied health clinicians, support staff and volunteers. Renowned for excellence in diagnosis, treatment, care and rehabilitation, Epworth is an innovator in Australia’s health system, embracing the latest in evidence-based medicine to pioneer treatments and services for our patients.
MACROS, healthy chef-cooked ready-made meals, delivered fresh and contact-free to your doorstep. Putting nutrition first. Who has time to time to calculate their macros? Get your protein, fats and carbs in the right ratio for your needs with a dietitian formulated meal plan you can count on.
Marley Spoon is a meal-kit delivery service that provides delicious recipes with seasonal ingredients, in exact quantities, to cook at home. Customers can choose from 27 chef-designed recipes every week and have everything delivered in 100% recyclable packaging. Ingredients are locally sourced from trusted suppliers such as Lilydale Chicken and Ashgrove Cheese.
Looking for career inspiration? In the Dr What? Dr Where? Stories of Rural Medicine podcast you’ll hear medical practitioners from regional communities across Victoria exploring their experiences and insights of rural work and training. Listen in as they reveal opportunities and unexpected benefits, plus the passion and job satisfaction they experience. Episodes are themed by Specialty to showcase the diversity of medical professionals training and working in public and private practice in country areas: episodes include Paediatrics, Rural General Practice,Oncology, Anaesthesia, Psychiatry, Emergency Medicine, Psychiatry, Obstetrics and Gynaecology plus more. Listen in to Dr What? Dr Where? Stories of Rural Medicine wherever you find a good podcast!
Monash’s Regional Training Hubs, in Gippsland and North West Victoria are working to develop regional capacity and improve the coordination of the stages of medical training to enable more postgraduate medical training regionally. We can support students & junior doctors with an interest in rural practice - in mentoring, career planning events and skill based training support. We are supported by the Australian Government under the Rural Health Multidisciplinary Training Program.
Want to go rural and need some support? Contact them here!