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Objectives:
Developed for general practitioners seeking a greater depth of understanding of this field. With rapidly expanding medical knowledge and information, general practitioners need systems to access information, critically analyse literature and contemporary issues, and manage the emerging trends in practice. General practitioners provide universal access to whole person care in the context of the family and the community. High quality general practice care means comprehensive, coordinated and continuing care drawing upon biomedical, psychological, social and environmental understandings of health. Designed for practising clinicians with a focus on application of knowledge into the clinical situation.
Entry Requirements:
A medical degree from a recognised institution.
Award:
Master of Family Medicine
Course Description:
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Medical Practitioner

This course is not available for on-campus study by students on an International student visa.
This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.

Students will complete a total of 180 credit points (nine units) as listed below:

Stage 1
Unit           Description                                                     Points

FAM5101    Family Medicine: Practice and Principles 1         20
FAM5102    Family Medicine: Practice and Principles 2         20
MMP5101    Evidence Based Practice                                   20

Successful completion of Stage 1 results in eligibility to exit with a Graduate Certificate of Family Medicine.

Stage 2
Unit           Description                                                             Points

MMP5102    Evidence-based Chronic Disease Management         20
MMP5103    Ethical and Legal Issues for Health Professionals     20

Plus 20 credit points (one elective unit) to be chosen from the following options:
PRH5101    Men's Health and Prevention                                     20
PRH5102    Clinical Nutrition Management                                    20
PRH5103    Clinical Lifestyle Management                                    20
DCP5101    Issues in Palliative and Cancer Care                          20
MCP5011    Clinical Management 1                                               20
GME5101    Geriatric Medicine 1: An Overview                              20
PRH5106    Sexual Health                                                             20

Successful completion of Stage 2 results in eligibility to exit with a Graduate Diploma of Family Medicine.

Stage 3
Consists of one research unit and two elective units (40 credit points)
Unit           Description                                                                         Points

One unit is to be chosen from the following two options:
RES5102    Research Preparation: Qualitative Approaches                      20
RES5103    Research Preparation: Quantitative Research Methods         20

Plus 40 credit points (two elective units) to be chosen from Stage 2 electives or from the following options:
PRH5108    Effective Teamwork                                                                20
PRH5107    Preventative Medicine                                                            20
OHM5113    Management of Occupational Disease and Injury 1              20
PRH5111    Introduction to Andrology                                                      20
FAM6203    Medicine: Applied Research Project                                        20
MHP5101    Master Health Project    *                                                      20
MHP5202    Master Health Project    *                                                      20

*The Master Health Project units MHP5101 and MHP5202 are done consecutively over two semesters.

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