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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"I saw quite a few abdomen ultrasounds done to check for metastases."Read more
"The opportunity to travel to different areas of Vietnam was a great addition to my elective placement."Read more
"Travelling alone for the first time gave me so much more confidence and independence."Read more
"The local hospital staff taught me about their exposure techniques and why they use a higher kVp."Read more
"I realised that the operation of the department was very efficient despite the limited services available."Read more
"I’m so much more comfortable being myself now, and I feel stronger and more confident as a person."Read more
"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
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