Trent Calcutt, University of Queensland
"I think it's often little things that are the most interesting because you take a lot of stuff for granted that you do all the time and sort of assume that everyone does it the same way but it's fascinating to see how medical school varies around the world."
"Obviously I have had the opportunity to significantly expand my understanding of oncology, to the point that I would now feel much more comfortable discussing this difficult and complex field of treatment with patients.
In addition, I think the most valuable thing is that although health systems may differ greatly between different countries, fundamentally patient needs and concerns are the same. Approaching them with an easy-going, enthusiastic and caring nature is essential."
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