Experimental Surgery : This is a 6-weeks/37.5 hour per week internship course where students undertake a significant experiential learning opportunity through direct observation, reflection and evaluation with a variety of medical, medical education, medical research and healthcare sectors. The course starts with an orientation session and concludes with a debrief session and generation of a professional skills development plan. This course complements and is followed by a second 6-week internship - EXSU 502 which allows students to change hosts and receive targeted training in communication and management.
Terms: Summer 2019
Instructors: There are no professors associated with this course for the 2018-2019 academic year.
Prerequisite: Written approval from student Supervisor submitted to the course coordinator
Restriction(s): Open to all students in the basic and biomedical sciences. This includes the following programs: Experimental Surgery; Experimental Medicine; Biomedical Engineering; graduate programs in the Faculty of Engineering; graduate programs in the Faculty of Science. Graduate students must have written approval from their Supervisor submitted to the course coordinator. International students are eligible to be enrolled in the course. It is the students’ responsibility to ensure their visa enables them to engage in the internship.