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Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery

Course Overview The Bond Medical Program is an accredited, integrated case-based course, built around four themes: Scientific Basis of Medicine; Clinical Skills; Health and Society; and Personal and Professional Development. A variety of teaching and learning methods are employed, including case-based small group tutorials, practical classes, clinical skills training, self-directed learning, web-based/e-learning, interactive seminars and lectures. A strong emphasis is placed on clinical skills training and due to small class sizes, students learn in a highly personalised environment, on state of the art equipment. Work Experience & Internships Approximately 20 hours per week is face-to-face teaching in the pre-clinical years (Years 1 and 2), allowing ample time for reflection and self-directed, student-centred learning. The latter part of the program comprises of a ‘clinical apprenticeship’ during which students are located in hospitals or mentored by senior specialists. Specifically, during years 3 and 4, students will be located largely in hospital and community clinical settings. During Year 4 there is also an elective term which students can spend at any approved hospital post in Australia or overseas. Final year students complete a pre-internship term, which acts as an orientation prior to the commencement of their intern year. Career Outcomes The Bond Medical Program is accredited by the Australian Medical Council, assuring that it meets or exceeds the agreed national guidelines for medical education. As a result, upon successful completion of the program graduates are qualified for registration as a medical practitioner in any State or Territory in Australia. Graduates from the course will have the appropriate knowledge, attitudes and skills to function effectively as interns in Australian hospitals and will be ideally positioned to undergo further training in any of the Australasian specialty colleges. COMBINED DEGREES / FURTHER STUDY Students cannot combine the Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery with any other degree.

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