Information for MEDI6100 Students in 2017
Welcome to the School of Medicine, Fremantle MEDI6100 information page. The purpose of this web page is to enable students commencing MEDI6100 in January 2017 to access all the information they require prior to their commencement.
Date: Wednesday 7 December 2016
Time: 10.00am – 2.00pm
Location: ND18 – School of Medicine Reception
Please read documents below (click to download):
Please see documents and forms links list to download below:
Documents to be completed:
- 2017 Unit enrolment form
- Statement by GP
- Immunisation policy
- Infectious Diseases checklist
- Immunisation pack
- Infectious Diseases Declaration Form
The Infectious Diseases checklist and Infectious Diseases Policy (available on School of Medicine, Fremantle Policies) will assist you in ensuring that you have the correct immunisations to go on clinical placements. The Infectious Diseases pack and Infectious Diseases Declaration form must be submitted at the School of Medicine Reception by Friday 3 February 2017. Policies to read on School of Medicine, Fremantle Policies
- Professional Practice & Fitness to Practise Policy
- Handling Blood Products and Other Biological Material
- Guidelines for Infection Control
- Infectious Diseases Policy
- Confidentiality Policy
Forms to read:
The following forms will be completed online at a special session during Orientation Week. They are provided here to allow you time to read them before Orientation Week. At this stage they are for your information only:
- Student health information form
- Confidentially Policy for students
- Employment and Placement Policy
- Permission to release personal information to education providers
- Permission to release information to external organisations
- MEDI6100 Declaration of Professionalism
- Students access on campus & resources
Documents for your information:
- 2017 Academic Calendar
- MEDI6100 Generic Timetables
- MEDI6100 PBL Booklet for Students
- Student registration fact sheet and FAQ
- Good Medical Practice
Recommended reading to students with a non-science degree
If you are from a non-science background you will benefit from preparation in scientific concepts and language. The first four chapters of any of the listed recommended texts would be a great place to start. These chapters talk mainly about the organisation of the human body. This will provide you with a good scaffolding and at an appropriate level.
- Marieb, E. (2014). Essentials of human anatomy and physiology. San Francisco: Benjamin Cummings.
- VanPutte, C. (2011). Seeley's Anatomy & Physiology. New York. McGraw-Hill.
- Totora, G. (2014). Principles of Anatomy and Physiology. Danvers, MA. Wiley.
- Saladin, K. (2014). Anatomy & Physiology: The Unity of Form and Function. New York. McGraw Hill Education.
Students enrolled at Notre Dame are governed by Regulations
- School Regulations: School of Medicine Regulations
- Course Regulations: Doctor of Medicine Regulations
There are a number of scholarships available for medical students. Details are available at Scholarships-Medicine.
The Medical Student Association of Notre Dame (MSAND) welcomes you to the School.
School of Medicine Fremantle contact:
PO Box 1225
FREMANTLE WA 6959
21 Henry Street (ND18)
FREMANTLE WA 6160
PH: 08 9433 0228