EdPrograms aims to provide academic support to supplement your journey through medical school. We organise a range of different programs, including the AMSS Teaching Series, MedTransit, ClinPrac and Peer-2-Peer. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com
Nathan Dignam, Huy Pham (MBBS VI, MBBS V Hons 2021)
AMSS Teaching Series #
The AMSS Teaching Series lectures have been created to supplement student learning and act as a form of self-assessment. 'Core Content' lectures cover topics that students should be very familiar with by the end of the rotation while 'End of Rotation' lectures cover some more peripheral, or challenging, content.
Click here to access previous AMSS Teaching Series lectures.
Don't understand how to CBL or where the best coffee spots are in the West End? We've got you covered. In MedTransit you will be paired up with second year mentors who will offer you advice over your first semester. They’ll be able to help you with adjusting to uni, learning how to study, finding great resources and any other questions you may have.
To sign up for the AMSS 2021 MedTransit program (First Year sign up only), please fill out the following form.
To sign up for the AMSS 2021 MedTransit program as a tutor (Second year sign up only), please fill out the following form.
For more information on MedTransit, please contact the EdPrograms Coordinators, firstname.lastname@example.org
Year 1 ClinPrac #
Year 1 ClinPrac aims to give first years extra practice and feedback on your history and physical examination skills. The tutorials will be run by second year students and reflect the topics that you are covering in your Clinical Practice tutorials, but your tutors will also be flexible to your needs.
ClinPrac is held regularly and sessions are open to all first years who would like to attend that week, no commitment required.
For more information on ClinPrac, please contact the EdPrograms Coordinators, email@example.com.
Year 3 ClinPrac #
Year 3 ClinPrac aims to ensure third years have the opportunity to consolidate their learning from their weekly hospital experiences and ask questions in a safe environment. The tutorials will be run by a clinical year student (Year 4-6) and are tailored to high yield revision topics for the Year 3 OSCE as well as any areas of concern you may have.
ClinPrac is held regularly and sessions are open to all third years who would like to attend that week, no commitment required.
For more information on 3rd Year ClinPrac, please contact the EdPrograms Coordinators, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Peer-2-Peer (P2P) #
Mentor teaching has been, is and will be a cornerstone of medical education for years to come. Peer-to-Peer puts small groups of pre-clinical students in touch with clinical year mentors who can help streamline your learning, assisting you in knowing what areas are high yield or less useful, as well as having more of a real-life approach to the classroom situations. Sessions cover essentials of your CBL cases, provide assistance with difficult concepts and can be tailored towards exam preparation at the end of the year.
If you’re a First Year Student wishing to be tutored in 2021, please fill out the following form
If you’re a Clinical Student wishing to tutor a P2P group in 2021, please fill out the following form.
For more information on Peer-2-Peer, please contact the EdPrograms Coordinators at email@example.com.