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Ngaran Ngaran Cultural Immersion Weekend

Ngaran Ngaran Cultural Immersion Weekend

This year ANU Rural Medical Students Society (ARMS) opened up the Cultural Immersion Trip to all ANU Medical School students across the four years.

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Cooma and Eurobodalla welcomes Year 2 students

Cooma and Eurobodalla welcomes Year 2 students

Year 2 medical students experienced the best of what the Eurobodolla, Monaro and the Snowy region has to offer

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Rural Week in Young and Harden

Rural Week in Young and Harden

An enjoyable Rural Week was held in the Young, Harden, Cowra and Boorowa regions. Year 2 students were enthusiastic and the weather was beautiful.

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Maree Toombs Lecture and Book Launch

Maree Toombs Lecture and Book Launch

Dr Maree Toombs, the Director of Indigenous Health, School of Medicine, University of Queensland, presented a public lecture and book launch hosted by the ANU Medical School on 16 September

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Inter-Professional Health Student Night

Inter-Professional Health Student Night

More than 50 health students from across the ACt region have battled it out for the crown at the first Inter-Professional Health

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Fiji Village Project fundraising evening

Fiji Village Project fundraising evening

The non-profit student group Fiji Village Project recently held a fundraising trivia night at the RUC in Turner

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Welcome

The ANU Medical School offers a fully accredited four-year Doctor of Medicine and Surgery (MChD) (Medicinae ac Chirurgiae Doctoranda).

The integrated curriculum addresses four themes: Medical Sciences, Clinical Skills, Population Health, and Professionalism and Leadership. Contextual frameworks are interwoven in the above themes to provide graduates with working knowledge of social foundations of medicine, Indigenous health, rural and remote Australian health, and research.

The Medical School's Rural Clinical School organises placements for all students to undertake experiential learning and practice in regional, rural and remote healthcare facilities.

As the School is the only medical school in the ACT it enjoys partnerships with the Canberra Hospital and Calvary Health Care providing early and regular access to clinical teaching facilities.

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Updated: 27 October 2014/ Responsible Officer:  Dean of Medicine / Page Contact:  Web Master