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  1. Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)

  2. Where can students study medicine at Monash? • Monash Clayton (undergraduate; 5 year course) • Monash Malaysia (undergraduate; 5 year course) • Monash Gippsland (graduate; 4 year course) All programs are Australian Medical Council accredited

  3. We strive to produce doctors who: MBBS Mission Statement (Graduate attributes) • are knowledgeable, skilful, reflective and compassionate • are innovative in their approach to and solution of problems • are skilled at accessing, appraising, and applying the best available evidence to their everyday practice • are committed to the health of populations as well as individuals • are concerned with issues of equity, quality and humanity in health care and act as advocates for the disadvantaged and dispossessed • maintain high standards throughout their professional life by a commitment to life-long learning and teaching • have the skill to address the key questions relevant to the community and to medicine • are capable of leadership and yet are comfortable working as a team member • uphold the community's trust and expectations of the role of a doctor • are advocates for health by practising preventative medicine and health promotion • recognise the essential role of research in underpinning medical practice.

  4. Features of the Monash U/G MBBS • 5 years duration (min) • Vertically integrated, spiraling curriculum built around four themes • Taught in an interdisciplinary fashion • Early community‘contact’

  5. Four-theme course structure Theme I Personal and professional development • Med/Law, Ethics, Professional Behaviour, Health Enhancement Program (HEP) Theme II Population, society, health & illness • Community Based Practice, Health Promotion, Evidence Based Clinical Practice Theme III Scientific basis of clinical practice • e.g. Anatomy, biochemistry, genetics, immunology, microbiology, pathology, pharmacology, physiology, psychology, sociology Theme IV Clinical skills The four Themes run through all years of the course with varying weightings

  6. Structure of the Monash U/G MBBS • Years 1 & 2 largely Campus-Based • Year 1 ‘case-based’ learning • Year 2+ ‘problem-based’ learning • Years 3, 4 & 5 in Clinical setting (metro or rural) • Year 3 Medicine/Surgery • Year 4 General Practice, Psychiatry, Women’s & Children’s Health • Year 5 students are “pre-interns”(7 x 6 week rotations) Plus Theme I & II content

  7. Teaching sites ~ Victoria • Metropolitan • Clayton Campus, Notting Hill Campus • Metropolitan Hospitals • Central Clinical School • The Alfred Hospital, Cabrini Hospital • Southern Clinical School • Monash Medical Centre, Dandenong Hospital • Eastern Health • Box Hill and Maroondah Hospitals • Rural • Gippsland Campus – Churchill • Bendigo, East Gippsland & Mildura Regional Clinical Schools

  8. Optional Pathways • Honours degree of Bachelor of Medical Science • An additional research-based degree undertaken after completion of at least two years of MBBS course • Combined MBBS / LLB • Applicants accepted into the MBBS can apply after completing year 1 • Seven year course http://www.monash.edu.au/study/coursefinder/course/0041/

  9. Domestic Selection for Monash Central MBBS • Selection is based on the combined score of the following: • Only applicants who complete all three stages of the selection process will be considered for a place in the MBBS at Monash. • Interview • Multi-Mini Interview (8 stations of 10 minutes each- 2 minutes reading time and 8 minutes answering questions) • Interviews will be held 4-18 December 2012 at Clayton Campus. UMAT Must sit – 25 July 2012 - www.umat.acer.edu.au • Academic results • ATAR or equivalent results MUST be available by 10 January 2013 • 30 in English and Chemistry

  10. Domestic Selection for Monash Central MBBS • Applicants must be new to tertiary studiesi.e., current year 12 completion, or completed VCE or equivalent within the previous 2 years without commencing tertiary studies

  11. Graduate-entry MBBS domestic places

  12. Categories of places for ‘domestic’ students • Commonwealth Supported Places (CSP): VTAC Course Code 28251 • ~160 places in Central Program • Extended Rural Cohort (ERC): VTAC Course Code 28151 • ~30 Commonwealth places • Bonded Medical Places (BMP): VTAC Course Code 28691 • ~63 placesBond – ‘Return of Service Obligation’: students will work in a District of Workforce Shortage of their choice for a duration equal to the length of their MBBS degree; (now with ‘scaling’)

  13. VTAC Preferences • Separate codes – make sure you understand them • There is NO ADVANTAGE in putting BMP code ahead of CSP or ERC code • Order your VTAC preferences according to level of interest(i.e. most to least) • Notification of interview by email in late October • NB. Monash medicine cannot be added at December Change of Preference e.g. If you are interested in studying medicine in rural Victoria consider ranking ERC before CSP www.med.monash.edu.au/medical/northernvic/

  14. Dean’s Rural List (DRL) & Dean’s Indigenous List (DIL) DRL........the applicant must have resided (according to principal home address) for at least 5 years in areas classified as RA 2-5 since beginning primary school (ASGC-RA: Australian Standard Geographic Classification - Remoteness Areas). • The RA categories are defined in terms of ‘remoteness’ - the physical distance of a location from the nearest Urban Centre based on population size. • RA1 - Major Cities of AustraliaRA2 - Inner Regional AustraliaRA3 - Outer Regional Australia RA4 - Remote AustraliaRA5 - Very Remote Australia DIL........ Australian Indigenous applicants to the medicine course may apply to be considered for the Dean's Indigenous List. Please note that applicants of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent who are members of an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander community are eligible to apply for waiving of certain costs associated with their study. Based on these applications, some additional interviews will be offered to applicants eligible for the Dean's Indigenous List, which will function in the same way as the Dean's Rural List to enable us to identify Australian Indigenous applicants not offered an interview in the initial round. The faculty will contact the Indigenous Engagement Unit to confirm applications and you will be contacted by the Indigenous Engagement Unit. Web:  www.monash.edu.au/study/indigenous/ postcode / townclassification ‘calculator’ www.doctorconnect.gov.au/internet/otd/Publishing.nsf/Content/locator

  15. Medical Rural Bonded Scholarship (MRBS) • Scholarships available for applicants who qualify for a CSP ($25,013 pa) • (Bond - ‘Return of Service Obligation’ - 6 years; now with ‘scaling’) • http://www.health.gov.au/mrbscholarships

  16. Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) • MMI stations will comprise a series of scenarios and associated questions or tasks focusing on an applicant’s relevant personal qualities, including: • motivation• critical thinking• communication • ethical/empathetic reasoning The MMI consists of eight sequential interview‘stations’ (plus one rest station). At each station the applicant is interviewed for 8 minutes followed by 2 minutes for changeover (i.e. 10 minutes per station) with a ‘circuit’ taking 90 minutes to complete.

  17. Medicine at Monash – Graduate Entry • Available to applicants who have previously completed a 3 year (or equivalent) Bachelor degree • Students will undertake Year A at Gippsland campus • Years B-D will be taught across eastern Victoria in a range of hospitals, community health settings and in general practices.

  18. Selection for Monash Graduate Entry MBBS • Selection is based on the combined score on the following: • Only applicants who complete all three stages of the selection process will be considered for a place in the MBBS at Monash. • GAMSAT (40%) • (minimum score of 50 in each of three sections and an overall indicative score is determined annually). • Test Date for 2013 intake was 24 March 2012 Next test will be March 2013 for 2014 entry. GPA - (hurdle only) - ≥5.0 (out of 7.0 max) • Interview (60%) • Interviews held at Gippsland - 26, 27 and 29 September 2012 • Invitations for interview sent out late August

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  20. MBBS pathways Presentation title

  21. http://www.mrs.monash.edu/on-campus-accommodation/clayton/index.htmlhttp://www.mrs.monash.edu/on-campus-accommodation/clayton/index.html

  22. Scholarships In 2013 Monash will offer one of the most generous scholarship programs in Australia. This program will reward the dedication and talent of the country's highest achieving students and provide access and support to those who may not otherwise be able to participate in the world-class education Monash offers. If you're interested in receiving more information about these new scholarships please provide us with your contact details in the form. http://www.monash.edu.au/scholarships/

  23. Medicine at Monash University On-line information:Medicine Website:www.med.monash.edu/medical/central Important Dates for Applicants: www.med.monash.edu.au/medical/central/important-dates.html Medicine Handbook:www.monash.edu.au/pubs/handbooks/aos/ug-medicine.html