In a department not nearly as equipped as those you’ll be used to at home, you’ll still have the opportunity to work with X-ray and ultrasound, and see a whole range of conditions. During your stay, you can expect to observe and assist with hysterosalphingograms, barium meals, ureothograms, and fistusograms. Outside of your clinical experience, what could be better than a long walk on the beach after a day on the ward? Or if you're feeling more adventurous, a visit Mole Game Park to discover local wildlife should certainly be on your list. Read what our students think below!
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"Travelling by myself was a lot less difficult than I thought it would be."Read more
"Using an older method of radiography was truly unique and something I would never have been able to do in Australia."Read more
"When a bed became free, the next patient would hop on to claim their spot otherwise someone else would take it!"Read more
"Don’t let a lack of confidence stop you from travelling. Take the plunge!"Read more
"There was no CT scanner, and when I opened up conversation about funding, they noted that it was quite limited."Read more
"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
"We have realised that 3 weeks in Tanzania just isn't long enough"!.Read more
"I’ve returned home with a fresh outlook on the type of practitioner I want to be".Read more