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Now you are a medical practitioner you realise more than ever the importance of medical education and your lifelong role in improving the training of our profession. You can make a contribution to the profession by assisting us to improve our role in training by giving us feedback on the value of these eMedici modules.


If you used this program during your undergraduate training we would be very grateful if you could take five minutes to complete a very simple and anonymous questionnaire on what you saw as the value of eMedici. We plan to use this information to gather support to expand the content of eMedici and make it available to a wider audience.

The 12 questions in the Questionnaire below should take less than 5 minutes to answer.

Module: eMedici Rural Modules Survey for Interns

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Questionnaire

Author(s):

Associate Professor Michael Wan
Head of Basic and Clinical Science (BCS) Domain
Associate Professor, Assessment. Medical Education Unit
School of Medicine, Sydney
The University of Notre Dame Australia


Peter Devitt
Faculty of Medicine
University of Adelaide

Joe McGirr
Associate Dean, Rural
The University of Notre Dame Australia

Overview:

We seek feedback on the three modules that have been produced in eMedici aimed at meeting some of the educational needs of those studying in the rural sector. The modules are:

  • Critical Care Medicine
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Paediatrics
If you used these modules during your undergraduate training we would be very grateful if you could take five minutes to complete a very simple and anonymous questionnaire (12 questions only) on what you saw as the value of the program. We plan to use this information to gather support to expand the content of eMedici and make it available to a wider audience.


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