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Resilience and a “go for it” spirit: attributes that count for Lily Hogan, a girl from the Riverina6
Resilience and a “go for it” spirit: attributes that count for Lily Hogan, a girl from the Riverina
When Lily Hogan was growing up on her family’s sheep and cropping farm at Bethunga in the Riverina, she had no-one to influence her towards medicine. But the idea started to dawn on her while she...
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Passion and perseverance – Leah-Monique Dowling's winning combo for a tough journey to medicine5
Passion and perseverance – Leah-Monique Dowling's winning combo for a tough journey to medicine
She was told to lower her sights, that medicine was too big a stretch. But that just made Leah-Monique Dowling all the more determined to achieve her lifelong dream of becoming a doctor – and...
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It takes all sorts – Angus McGinness, a Dubbo boy's journey to medicine4
It takes all sorts – Angus McGinness, a Dubbo boy's journey to medicine
Radiography seemed likely, then there was a stab at architecture. But it was medicine that finally attracted Angus McGinness to his long term career. His biggest message: you don’t have to be...
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From saxophone to stethoscope – Anna Leckie’s journey from music to rural medicine3
From saxophone to stethoscope – Anna Leckie’s journey from music to rural medicine
What do you do when you love jazz saxophone and you love medicine? Both, of course! That’s what Anna Leckie did in pursuing a first degree in music before heading straight into medicine. Now she...
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“How lucky am I to be here” – Imogen Hines’ journey of fate to rural medicine2
“How lucky am I to be here” – Imogen Hines’ journey of fate to rural medicine
How does a city girl and professional cyclist find a passion for rural medicine – and how could not speaking Norwegian change an entire career path? But that’s been the case for one student whose...
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Unwavering - Bree Gardoll, the girl from Goondiwindi1
Unwavering - Bree Gardoll, the girl from Goondiwindi
Even in primary school Bree Gardoll had started thinking about being a doctor. There were no doctors in her Goondiwindi family but with the encouragement of family and friends, and with a lot of...
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A late starter to medicine finds all-round fulfilment as a Lismore GP8
A late starter to medicine finds all-round fulfilment as a Lismore GP
It wasn’t until Dr David Glendinning was well into his first career as an engineer that he had a change of heart. He decided to try medicine. By that time married life had taken hold, but a stint...
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Delighting in Dubbo in PGY37 and beyond...7
Delighting in Dubbo in PGY37 and beyond...
Not everyone thinks the city has it all. Associate Professor Mark Arnold left Sydney to pursue the immense opportunities he saw in Dubbo in the clinical teaching space and in his chosen field of...
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