CAS 07 MDHS

Information about CAS 07 MDHS

Published on May 2, 2008

Author: Jolene

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Slide1:  Assoc Prof Steve Trumble Director, Medical Education Unit Slide2:  Why study Health Sciences at Melbourne? > An international reputation in teaching and research > Second largest research institution in Australia > Oldest medical school in Australia with an impressive history > Courses which equip graduates for satisfying and diverse careers or further postgraduate study > The “Parkville precinct” Slide3:  Why study Health Sciences at Melbourne? > Academic & professional staff committed to a high standard of medical education > A dedicated and friendly administrative staff > First-rate, up-to-date facilities and laboratories > Mentoring , Student clubs and activities Slide4:  Health Sciences @ Melbourne > School of Medicine > School of Dental Science > School of Physiotherapy > School of Nursing and Social Work > School of Behavioural Science > School of Population Health > School of Rural Health Slide5:  Course Offerings > Undergraduate Courses: - being taught out New Generation Courses: - Commencing in 2008 Postgraduate Professional Courses: - Commencing in 2011 Slide6:  Course Offerings > Medicine MBBS/BMedSc (6 yrs) Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery & Bachelor of Medical Science Final intake 2008 – no deferrals possible MBBS Graduate Entry (4½ yrs) Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery Final intake 2009 Dental Science Bachelor of Dental Science (5 yrs) Final intake 2009 Bachelor of Oral Health – continuing after 2009 (3yrs) Slide7:  Course Offerings cont. > Physiotherapy Bachelor of Physiotherapy (4 yrs) Final intake 2009 Optometry Bachelor of Optometry (5 yrs) – continuing Final intake 2009 Nursing Master of Nursing Science (PG only) (2 yrs) Behavioural Science A Psychology major normally requires three years and can be studied through the Bachelors of Arts and Science. Slide8:  Entry requirements: Medicine, Dental Science & Physiotherapy > VCE ENTER score of at least 96 > A minimum study score of 35 in English (any), Chemistry and one of Physics, Maths Methods (any) or Specialist Maths > UMAT test score Slide9:  Quotas for 2008 – Medicine > MBBS/BMedSc Places CSP 88 ERC 15 Medical Rural Bonded Scholarship 7 Bonded Medical Places 34 Australian full fee 25 International full fee 75 MBBS Graduate Entry CSP 35 ERC 15 Medical Rural Bonded Scholarship 3 Bonded Medical Places 17 Australian full fee 5 International full fee 10 Slide10:  Quotas for 2008 – Dental Science & Physiotherapy > Bachelor of Dental Science Places CSP 30 Australian full fee 16 International full fee 24 Bachelor of Oral Health CSP 20 Bachelor of Physiotherapy CSP 79 Australian full fee 10 International full fee 10 Slide11:  Extended Rural Cohort > > 30 additional Commonwealth Supported Places to train students in Northern Victoria. > Preference in selection to students from this region, (although all applicants will be invited to submit an expression of interest) > Application forms will be sent in November > Students selected will complete their clinical training entirely in the Northern Victorian region > Selection will be based on the normal pre-requisites. Slide12:  Bachelor of Optometry > Optometrists help people who have problems with their eyes or have difficulty seeing Bachelor of Optometry 5 year program Largest on-site clinic with 35,000 patients per year Allows graduates to manage ocular diseases including therapeutic interventions. Bachelor of Optometry > Slide13:  Bachelor of Optometry – course structure > Spend first four years building knowledge and understanding of vision; diseases of the eye and treatments thereof; the anatomy, physiology, biochemistry of the eye, Fifth year is a clinical year in which students examine and treat patients as well as completing a major research project Students attend clinics to look after patients under the supervision of clinical instructors throughout the last three years. Many students undertake part of their clinical work in a hospital or clinic overseas Bachelor of Optometry > Slide14:  Access Melbourne > Eligibility: > Indigenous Australians > Socio-economic hardship > Difficult family circumstances > Disability or long-term illness > Non-English speaking background > VCE at an under-represented school > Completing VCE in a rural or isolated school 20% of all University places are allocated to students with disadvantages Slide15:  Scholarships > ENTER 99.80 to 99.85 All students entering New Generation Undergraduate degrees in 2008 will be awarded a $2,500 prize to be used for study-related expenses, relocation to the University or towards tuition fees. ENTER 99.90 to 99.95 All students entering any course (except Medicine) will be offered a National Scholarship for up to 3 years. (6 Scholarships for six years will be offered for Medicine). This consists of exemption from tuition fees plus an allowance of $5,000 for Victorians and $10,000 for interstate students. Slide16:  New Generation Degrees > Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Biomedicine Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Environments Bachelor of Music Bachelor of Science Slide17:  B. Biomedicine Entry requirements VCE Student: ENTER of 95 25 in English (any), 35 in Chemistry and 25 in one of Biology, Mathematics Methods (either), Specialist Maths or Physics Guaranteed pathways to PG courses International Baccalaureate Student: English, Chemistry and one of Biology, Mathematics or Physics Chemistry: Gr 5 @ Higher Level or Gr 6 @ Std Level All other prereq subjects Gr 5 StL or Gr 4 HL No UMAT required! Slide18:  Bachelor of Biomedicine > Course Objectives: To prepare students for the challenges of advancing knowledge and its transition into health care delivery and research To prepare students for health-related professional and other graduate professional courses Graduate attributes: Fundamental understanding of biomedical sciences Leadership in delivering effective therapies & health care strategies to combat threats to individual and public health within local, national and global communities Slide19:  B. Biomed course structure > Slide20:  Course Outcomes > FROM SCHOOL Professional and Specialist Masters. Degree Courses for professional accreditation and specialist knowledge. Two years or more. Research Higher Degrees. Masters, PhD Three-year undergraduate degrees in six broad fields of study. EMPLOYMENT Slide21:  New PG Professional Courses > Doctoral program in Medicine & Surgery 4 years duration Commencing 2011 Targeted Intake: 330 students Doctoral program in Dental Surgery 4 years duration Commencing 2011 Targeted Intake: …… students Doctoral program in Physiotherapy 3 years duration Commencing 2011 Targeted Intake: …….. students Doctoral program in Medicine & Surgery 4 years duration Commencing 2011 Targeted Intake: 330 students Doctoral program in Dental Surgery 4 years duration Commencing 2011 Targeted Intake: 100 students Slide22:  New PG Professional Courses > Doctoral program in Medicine & Surgery 4 years duration Commencing 2011 Targeted Intake: 330 students Doctoral program in Dental Surgery 4 years duration Commencing 2011 Targeted Intake: …… students Doctoral program in Physiotherapy 3 years duration Commencing 2011 Targeted Intake: …….. students Doctoral program in Physiotherapy 4 years duration Commencing 2011 Targeted Intake: 93 students Masters programs in Nursing and in Social Work 2 years duration Commencing 2008 Targeted Intake: 150 students Slide23:  Pathways > new PG Professional courses: Doctoral program in Medicine & Surgery 4 years duration Commencing 2011 Targeted Intake: 330 students Doctoral program in Dental Surgery 4 years duration Commencing 2011 Targeted Intake: …… students Doctoral program in Physiotherapy 3 years duration Commencing 2011 Targeted Intake: …….. students Bachelor of Biomedicine: preferred pathway into the PG professional courses Guaranteed pathway for high achievers Students with a Bachelor of Science or similar qualification must meet the following criteria: Anatomy, physiology and biochemistry or molecular biology at Second Year level Selection Criteria: Aptitude test Grade Point Average in UG degree Structured Interview Slide24:  Career Opportunities Doctoral program in Medicine & Surgery 4 years duration Commencing 2011 Targeted Intake: 330 students Doctoral program in Dental Surgery 4 years duration Commencing 2011 Targeted Intake: …… students Doctoral program in Physiotherapy 3 years duration Commencing 2011 Targeted Intake: …….. students Major specialties include: Graduates may also become: > General Practice, General Medicine > Medical Academics > Surgery > Medical Researchers > Obstetrics & Gynaecology > Medical Administrators > Paediatrics > Dentists > Psychiatry > Dental Hygienists > Anaesthetics > Oral Hygienists > Geriatric Medicine > Physiotherapists > Rehabilitation Medicine > Clinical Psychologists > Dermatology > Division 1 Nurses > Pathology > Clinical Nurse Specialists > Radiology > Nurse Educators > Neurosurgery > Sociologists Slide25:  Important Dates: Doctoral program in Medicine & Surgery 4 years duration Commencing 2011 Targeted Intake: 330 students Doctoral program in Dental Surgery 4 years duration Commencing 2011 Targeted Intake: …… students Doctoral program in Physiotherapy 3 years duration Commencing 2011 Targeted Intake: …….. students > UMAT applications 1 June 2007 > Late UMAT applications 15 June 2007 > UMAT held 25 July 2007 > Open Day Parkville 19 August 2007 > VTAC applications 28 September 2007 > Access Melbourne 12 October 2007 Slide26:  Further Information Faculty of MDHS www.mdhs.unimelb.edu.au Dental Science www.dent.unimelb.edu.au Medicine www.medicine.unimelb.edu.au Nursing www.nursing.unimelb.edu.au Physiotherapy www.physioth.unimelb.edu.au Psychology www.psych.unimelb.edu.au Social Work www.socialwork.unimelb.edu.au Slide27:  © Copyright The University of Melbourne 2006 Question time

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