Clinical Surgery Capstone (SURG6022)

UNIT OF STUDY

This course rounds off the psychomotor, cognitive, literature review and communication skills that are necessary to develop in a career in surgery which are gained in previous clinical surgery courses. The course also provides opportunities for students to develop an ability to critically review the medical and scientific literature with a view to develop supportable, safe and competent clinical management for patients with surgical disease. Students will also have an opportunity to review the wider implications of surgery within the national and global health imperatives and to be able to communicate and defend their views competently. Satisfactory performance in the Clinical Surgery Capstone is mandatory to be awarded the Doctor of Clinical Surgery.

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Classes

4 x 4.5 hour weekly clinical and or operating sessions and a 2 hour tutorial per week

Assessment

satisfactory competent participation in the care of a number of patients (30%), viva voce (70%) - see handbook for details of all assessment tasks

Faculty/department permission required?

No

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