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A medical intern is a trainee physician who has graduated and obtained a medical degree, but is not yet licensed to practice medicine without supervision. Medical school usually ends with a rotating internship, a period similar to an internship, but whose academic and practical medical training program and terminology vary from country to country.

Upon completion of the rotational internship, physicians are awarded a certificate of satisfactory service. With it, the Medical Council allows the practitioner to apply for full permission to practice in the General Register of Physicians.[4] Sometimes, the Council extends the period of time for which a physician may be admitted to practice.

Sometimes, the Board extends the 24-month rotating internship period for reasons of incompetence or health. A physician with a full practice permit may choose to work in either the government or private sector. In Malaysia, «specialists» refers to those physicians who are fully trained in a specialty and a subspecialty, and who also have a master’s or doctoral degree approved by the Council.


Gemma Joan Dashwood, OAM,[1] (born 19 October 1977)[2] is an Australian Paralympic swimmer and medical doctor. She was born in Canberra.[2] She competed in the Les autres disability category due to her septic arthritis.[3] She won three gold medals at the Australian Paralympic Games.

She won three gold medals at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympic Games in the 100 m butterfly S10, 400 m freestyle S10 and 4 × 100 m freestyle S7-10, for which she received an Order of Australia Medal.[1] At the same Games, she won two silver medals in the 100 m freestyle S10 and 200 m freestyle SM10. [4] At the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games, he won a gold medal in the 400 m freestyle S10, a silver medal in the 200 m freestyle SM10 and a bronze medal in the 4 x 100 m freestyle 34 points.[4] He was awarded a scholarship from the Australian Institute of Sport and Science in the 2000 Paralympic Games in Sydney.

She was awarded an Australian Institute of Sport scholarship from 1995 to 2000.[5] In 1997 she moved to Newcastle to study speech therapy at the University of Newcastle and trained with Bill Nelson. She became a member of the Newcastle University Swimming Club, where she practiced for the Sydney 2000 games.[6] She organized «Paralympic Calendar Swimming 2000» to raise the profile of the Australian women’s Paralympic swimming team.[7] In 2000, she was awarded an Australian Sports Medal.[8]

Facultad de Medicina de Melbourne

Universidad Agrícola de Mongolia Interior, Facultad de Medicina Veterinaria (anteriormente, Facultad de Agricultura y Ganadería de Mongolia Interior y Facultad de Veterinaria y Ganadería de Mongolia Interior)

Yerevan-Facultad de Medicina Veterinaria y Ganadería, Universidad Agraria Nacional de Armenia (antes Universidad Agraria Estatal de Armenia, Instituto de Zootecnia y Medicina Veterinaria de Erevan)

Tiflis-Universidad Agraria Estatal de Georgia, Facultad de Medicina Veterinaria (antes Instituto de Investigación Educativa Zootécnica y Veterinaria de Georgia, Instituto Científico Zootécnico-Veterinario de Georgia, Academia Zootécnica-Veterinaria de Georgia, Universidad Zootécnica-Veterinaria de Georgia, Universidad Agrícola Estatal de Georgia, Universidad Agrícola de Georgia)

Universidad Nacional Agraria de Bila Tserkva, Facultad de Medicina Veterinaria (antes Universidad Nacional Agraria de Bilotserkivskiy, Universidad Agraria Estatal de Bila Tserkva, Instituto Agrario de Bila Tserkva, Instituto Agrario de Belotserkov)

Universidad de medicina de sydney