Northern Clinical School: Teaching 2023: Expression of Interest

This form is to register interest in teaching medical students based at Northern Clinical School in 2023.

If you are an Intern (PGY1) please do not complete this form. We have a specific 'JMO Tutor Program' designed to assist you develop teaching skills, which you will be contacted about early in 2023.

An NSLHD appointment is required for any bedside tutorials that involve inpatient contact

For more details about the teaching activities click HERE (scroll to Teaching Opportunities section)   

Do you have a current registration with AHPRA?
Title (eg Dr/Prof)*
I understand that there is no remuneration for these positions, however committed tutors are encouraged to apply for clinical affiliation with the University*
Year 1 Students: Clinical Skills Tutorials
Small group bedside/patient-based tutorials:

8 Blocks running between 6 Feb and 15 Nov

Options are every week / alternate weeks / by Block
Year 2 students: Clinical skills tutorials
Small group bedside/patient-based tutorials:

3 x Blocks:
6 Feb to 31 March
31 July to 25 Aug
18 Sep to 10 Nov

90 minutes between 8am and 5.30pm

Options are one tutorial every week or one tutorial alternate weeks
Year 2 students: Case Based Learning tutorials (CBLs)
Facilitator in tutorials related to the topic of the week.

Students work through an online case (provided), in groups of approx. 8 students

3 x 8 week Blocks:

6 Feb to 31 March
3 July to 25 Aug
18 Sep to 10 Nov
Year 2 students: Investigation sessions
60-90 minutes

Didactic and interactive session on specific investigations

Large group session

Slide deck/teaching material provided
Year 2 students: Student Grand Rounds Facilitator/Expert
Facilitator for student led session

2 x 8 week Blocks:

7 Feb to 28 March
19 Sep to 7 Nov
Year 2 students: Ward-based Supervisor
At RNSH or Hornsby:

To be point of contact for students in Med/Surg Wards,providing support as they gain experience in the clinical environment.

Time commitment approx. 2 hours per week
Year 3 students: Tutor/supervisor for students in Specialty terms
7 week terms throughout the year

Various teaching sessions and supervision opportunities and relevant ESO will be in contact to discuss.
Year 4 Medicine/Surgery term
1 hour per week, day/time to suit tutor

Case based tutorial, students bring along (complex) case & lead discussion on investigations and management with guidance from the tutor
Year 4 General Practice term
Year 4 students complete an 8 week term in General Practice in year 4.

There are opportunities to be a Supervisor for a student for the term as well as facilitating half day teaching sessions at Hornsby Hospital
Please specify your preference. Examples include suturing, BLS, cannulation, venepuncture, ear exam and more
Examiner for Multimodal Clinical Assessments (MMCAs) for Year 1 and 2 students
Week of 3 April, 5 June, 13 Nov, 20 Nov

Exact dates to be confirmed
Learning Advisor (LA)
The key purpose of LAs is to foster and support professionalism among students in their journey towards becoming future clinicians.

The LA meets with approx 5 students 3 times in the year to facilitate discussions about students’ own insights into their academic and co-academic experience and progress.

Ideally the LA will start with year 1 students and continue for 4 years
MD Project
Students complete an MD Project in year 3 of the MD Program over a 14 week period. There are 2 x milestone meetings, and student presentations

Supervisors needed 15 May to 18 Aug
Markers are needed mid-August
Attendees are needed for the milestone meetings/presentations between 15 May and 18 Aug