A career in surgery can be both exceptionally rewarding and challenging.
Dr David Coker talks to Dr Titus Kwok about his experience as a surgeon and some tips when considering a career in surgery.
Summary Writer: Linda Wu
Editors: Titus Kwok, Bruce Way
Interviewee: Titus Kwok
Titus Kwok is the surgical superintendent at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital*. He graduated from the University of New South Wales in 2007 and completed his internship and residency at Liverpool Hospital. Titus joined the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Network in 2010 as a PreSET SRMO and then moved into SET training the following year, completing his training in 2015. Titus loves interacting and teaching junior colleagues that are interested in surgery as a career and enjoys the strong culture of mentorship that exists in Surgery.
*This podcast was originally recorded in August 2017. Dr Titus Kwok is now a Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Fellow at Prince of Wales Hospital, New South Wales.
With Dr Titus Kwok, Surgical Superintendent at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and Dr David Coker, Surgical SRMO at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
A career in surgery can be both exceptionally rewarding and challenging. Dr Titus Kwok talks to us about his experience as a surgeon, the rewards and difficulties in surgical training, and tips for those who are considering a career in surgery.
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