In Year 3, Doctor of Medicine (MD) students enrol twice a year in a single course, Medicine 3, which consists of four themes: The Doctor and Patient; The Doctor and Knowledge of Health and Illness; The Doctor and Law, Ethics and Professional Practice; and The Doctor and Health in the Community. The students are placed with a designated zone for the entire year and rotate through six clinical blocks each of 7 weeks: Medicine, Aged/Cancer Care, Mental Health, Surgery, Women's Health and Children's Health. The settings for learning experiences will vary from discipline to discipline but include ward rounds, out-patient clinics, procedural and specialist clinics, theatre sessions, multidisciplinary team meetings, liaison rounds, community clinics (both medical and non-medical) and on-call with junior medical staff. There is an emphasis on learning in clinical and small group environments. A variety of delivery methods are used in relation to educational resources, including seminars, Case Based Learning (CBL) tutorials with an online presentation system (OSCARS), an online system of lectures covering the common conditions, called CLICKS, online recordings of seminars, and relevant journal articles/guidelines linked to learning items on Learning@Griffith. There will be workplace based assessments in each block, theme based assignments and written examinations through the year and an OCSE at the end of year.
Gold Coast Trimester 1
This Course is Part 1 of a Year Long Course
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|Class (13596)||In High Demand||7 January 2019 - 9 June 2019||This is a non-timetabled class. Please refer to the course profile for further information.|