Thank you for attending the Physicians Panel Night

Here are photos from the night! Thank you all for your enthusiasm and we hope you enjoyed the night as much as we did!

Our very own Events Officer, practising the consultant strut!

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Physicians Panel Night

On 18th July 2016, Western Sydney Physicians Society delivered The Physicians Panel--a brand new exciting event that provided you with the opportunity to learn more about a career as a physician.

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Date: 18th July 2016

Time: 6pm

Venue: Western Sydney University Campbelltown Campus

This event is suitable for all years, from those hearing the word 'physician' for the first time to those who have their hearts set on a particular specialty. On this night, we are bringing you a panel of 5 esteemed doctors, of varying levels of clinical experience and from a variety of specialties, to answer all your questions on life as a physician, training pathways, interview tips and tricks, and many more.
Most importantly, you can find out what you can do NOW, as a student, and as junior doctor to improve your chances of successfully becoming a physician!
Following the panel, there will be structured breakout sessions during which you will also have the chance to personally engage with these doctors. During these sessions, you can gain essential skills and knowledge for the road to becoming a physician including CV building, the foundations of interviewing successfully and what life as a physician is really like.
Registration to these sessions will be limited.

Come along, get EXCITED and register!
To register:
1. Click on the following link:
2. Enter name, student ID and year group
3. A list of the first 100 participants will be posted on our page soon after. Those who missed out will be noted accordingly and contacted if a spot emerges.

Please note that the 1st part of the night (the panel itself) is open to all and does not need registration.

Food will be provided!