March 4, 2019

VIENNA - Ever wondered what it's like working Down Under? Three years ago, musculoskeletal radiologist Dr. Claudia Weidekamm made the switch from the Medical University of Vienna to TRG Imaging in New Zealand. She describes why she took an extended sabbatical and what differences she noticed working in two very different healthcare systems and cultures.

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Dr. Claudia Weidekamm.

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