MEDIC ST 5305 - MBBS Year 5 Summer Course (6 Units)

North Terrace Campus - Quadmester 4 - 2017

The MBBS program in years 4-6 is delivered as rotation-based clinical attachments covering the breadth of clinical medicine. Learning and teaching methods fuse workplace-based practical learning approaches with on-line and face-to-face small and large group learning in discipline-based tutorial series as well as teaching series. The years 4-6 program is structured around core, selective and elective options with core and elective attachments being taught concurrently to ensure sufficient clinical placements. MBBS Year 5 summer school course is available for students who have achieved a pass in in six of the seven MBBS year 5 core courses (clinical attachments) including the end of year examination course in the current academic year and have attended and completed core structured learning activities of the failed course. The remedial course will allow students the opportunity to achieve the required competencies for year 5 by targeting specific areas of weakness within the relevant failed course.

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