School of Primary, Aboriginal and Rural Health Care

Clinical tutors

Clinical tutors are clinicians who teach UWA students in campus-based small group tutorials.

UWA has recognised the value of the generalist skills of General Practitioners and our clinical tutors play a major role in early clinical teaching in the MD curriculum. The MD curriculum is underpinned by a philosophy of early exposure to clinical content and experience. General Practice is proud to be involved in teaching the MD students from the commencement of their course.

Teaching

We have clinical tutors who teach students in both Case Enhanced Learning and Clinical Skills tutorials from Semester 1 Year 1. These tutorials are in small groups and based on campus. Clinical tutors are able to see students progress from the earliest days of their learning as they develop the basic skills required to practice medicine.

Clinical tutors teach in the following units:

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Requirements

A primary medical degree and current Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) registration are required. Preference is given to applicants with fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners or Australian College of Remote and Rural Medicine, and recency of clinical practice within the last five years.

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Benefits

Tutoring provides professional development opportunities in a collegiate setting with contact with clinical tutor colleagues at regular weekly sessions.

If you are interested in becoming a clinical tutor please contact Helen Wilcox.

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Thursday, 1 October, 2015 1:06 PM

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