- Procedural-based training in a wide range of medical fields
- Registrars taught to manage "any medical condition"
- Isolation does not mean lack of supervision
- The experience often lures doctors back for a second posting
REMOTE medicine doesn’t get much more remote than Antarctica – but distance hasn’t deterred those doctors who’ve become members of an elite group, taking on the challenge to work in one of the most unique clinical environments in the world.
Every year four doctors pack their hats, gloves and stethoscope and travel to one of four