We love seeing our past travellers sharing their Work the World stories. Not only is it inspiring, but we know it helps future travellers with their decision making too. That’s why we have a page dedicated to sharing their overseas experiences – which you can view here.
You’ll also find travellers sharing their Work the World stories on social media too. Just search #worktheworld or take a look below...
4 years since my Tanzanian Radiography Adventure. Amazing to look back on those 4 weeks, what an experience and makes us really appreciate how good we have it here with the #NHS #worktheworld #daressaleem #tanzania #elective #howhaveibeenqualified4years #timeflies pic.twitter.com/6Ivp7XJrTC
— Judith Orr (@judithorr5) May 18, 2020
A bit of variety on 3rd week of my #WorktheWorld radiography placement in Nepal: CT reporting, operating theatre (finger amputation and hip replacement) & visit to see facilities in a different hospital (incl mammography). Time is flying! #studentradiographer pic.twitter.com/GEu3ylrLMq
— Carice A (@radCarice) September 14, 2019
— Eilish (@SParaEilish) February 12, 2020
— Carice A (@radCarice) August 30, 2019
Cake & exchange of gifts with the wonderful Nepali students & radiographers on last day of my #WorktheWorld placement. They've not only taught me about education & healthcare in Nepal but encouraged me to speak Nepali &shown me more of their beautiful country #studentradiographer pic.twitter.com/5s9kVI38Am
— Carice A (@radCarice) September 19, 2019
— Tara Carroll (@TLCarroll_) June 26, 2019
Great #WorktheWorld orientation day in Pokhara: boat across the lake to a temple, Nepali thali for lunch with an amazing 'Mint Cooler' drink, exploring the old town and 1st Nepali lesson. Looking forward to first day of radiography placement tomorrow! pic.twitter.com/CtDIhMURDe
— Carice A (@radCarice) August 26, 2019
— Tara Carroll (@TLCarroll_) July 5, 2019
What an amazing final day in the Ayurvedic hospital! I've helped plant trees in the new herb garden with the military, learnt about pressure & massages and helped teach a german tourist group about Ayurvedic medicine and the hospital! #worktheworld #travelsrilanka @NursingUoW pic.twitter.com/F9q6JBrwtm
— Evie Poole (@EviePoole_) November 23, 2018
So lucky that I got to see the sunrise over the #Himalayas at #poonhill with the others on our 3 day trek. Making the most of weekends while out on placement in #pokhara #worktheworld pic.twitter.com/N8uShsXjmo
— Tara Carroll (@TLCarroll_) June 15, 2019
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