Career Pathways

​During your under-graduate years and throughout your post-graduate year 1 and 2, you have been exposed to all clinical specialties. If you are not on a training program or considering your options for the future, this page may assist with selecting a career pathway. You can explore your specialty training options and identify specialties which are either over or under-subscribed, the estimated number of hours per week a specialist may work and finally, the gender ratios who enter each of these specialties.

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Enjoy exploring your future . . . 

Addiction Medicine (Listen to the experts)

Anaesthesia

Anatomical Pathology

Cardiology

Cardiothoracic Surgery

Chemical Pathology

Clinical Genetics

Clinical Pharmacology

Dermatology (Listen to the experts)

Diagnostic Radiology

Emergency Medicine (Listen to the experts​)

Endocrinology

Forensic Pathology

Gastroenterology and Hepatology

General Medicine (Listen to the experts)

General Pathology

General Practice (Listen to the experts)

General Surgery (Listen to the experts)

Geriatric Medicine

Haematology - Clinical

Haematology - Pathology

Immunology and Allergy

Immunopathology

Infectious Diseases

Intensive Care Medicine

Medical Administration

Medical Oncology

Microbiology

Nephrology

Neurology

Neurosurgery

Nuclear Medicine

Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Occupational and Environmental Medicine

Ophthalmology

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Orthopaedic Surgery

Otolaryngology Surgery

Paediatric and Child Health

Paediatric Surgery

Pain Medicine

Palliative Medicine

Plastic Surgery

Psychiatry (Listen to the experts)

Public Health Medicine

Radiology Oncology

Rehabilitation Medicine

Respiratory and Sleep Medicine

Rheumatology

Sexual Health Medicine (Listen to the experts)

Sport and Exercise Medicine

Urology

Vascular Surgery