On a radiography elective in Batangas, you’ll have the chance to work with X-ray, CT, Ultrasound, and MRI. Assisting with the diagnosis of conditions resulting from things like road traffic accidents, as well as working with patients suffering from degenerative diseases, will open your eyes to the challenges faced by professionals in your field in the developing world. The city itself has popular cafes, traditional bars, art galleries and museums, with international music festivals and street parties come summertime. Read what our students think below!
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"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
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"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
I do have great admiration for the hospital staff, who were relentless in their effortsRead more
The introduction at the hospital made things reassuring.Read more
There were always various presentations... Offering a chance to learn both in the clinical and classroom settingRead more
Nepal should be experienced by everyone. I give this placement my highest recommendationRead more
The four weeks of my trip were both the most challenging and the most rewarding weeks of my lifeRead more