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Learn medicine from trusted clinical experts and energise your study with our premium Australian Question Bank, Mock Exams, and Case Studies Library.

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Mock Exams

Find out where you stand with eMedici Mock Exams — curated by expert clinicians and medical educators for the highest quality, fidelity, and relevance. It's a first-in-class combination of the standard MCQ format with authentic clinical scenarios and rich media, written exclusively for the Australian context.

Detailed Explanations

Each question comes with a full explanation of the correct and incorrect answers, referenced and reviewed by topic experts.

Personalised Feedback

After you've finished, get real insight into your performance with a customised cohort breakdown, helping you stay ahead of the curve.

Question Bank

Over 1,500 (and growing) premium MCQs for Australian medical students and trainee doctors — all carefully reviewed by trusted clinicians and medical education experts. Gain accurate, dependable, real-world knowledge, for your exams and for your future practice.

Custom Sessions

Target your study and learn opportunistically, whether it's quick revision or a deep dive on a specific topic.

Rich Multimedia

eMedici supports high-resolution multimedia, enabling seamless integration of clinical photography, radiology, ECGs, and more.

Detailed Explanations

Each question comes with a full explanation of the correct and incorrect answers, referenced and reviewed by topic experts.

Case Studies

Over 250 authentic structured vignettes inspired by real cases place the learner in true-to-life context, enabling on-demand problem-based inquiry with embedded expert knowledge in a safe virtual environment. eMedici Case Studies can emulate the entire patient encounter from triage to follow-up.

Follow the Patient Journey

Navigate from start to finish, integrating insights from across the patient journey, with a detailed synopsis at the end of every case.

Case Library

Easily track your progress and learn opportunistically by finding cases relevant to your current study.

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The eMedici Distinction

eMedici is written exclusively for the Australian context.

Wide practice variation exists between Australia, the UK, and the USA.1 Overseas question banks do not reflect Australian healthcare. Gain accurate, dependable, real-world knowledge, for your exams and for your future practice.

eMedici takes commitment to quality to a new extreme.

Every single item passes through our rigorous review pipeline, and must meet exacting standards of accuracy, realism, and relevance. The result is an unparalleled resource meticulously curated by expert clinicians and medical educators.

eMedici has supported thousands of medical students across Australia for over 20 years.

Trusted by

  • Deakin University
  • Monash University
  • RVTS - Remote Vocational Training Scheme
  • UNSW Sydney
  • University of Notre Dame Australia
  • University of Wollongong Australia

eMedici is fully adaptable and we welcome the chance to collaborate on a custom solution.

  • Institutional subscriptions

    Heavily discounted and scalable to your cohort size.

  • Bespoke content packs

    Custom-assembled item sets aligned to your curriculum.

  • Content licensing

    Bolster your institution’s exam bank with specially quarantined material.

  • Secure item banking

    Take control of your item database and exam construction with a secure private repository.

  • Industry partnership for research

    Gather data, conduct projects, road-test innovations, and more.

  • Group discounts for student societies

    Save up to 30% off with escalating discounts for group sign-ups.

We’d be delighted to arrange a personal meeting and guided tour of our platform.

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“eMedici has been a very useful formative feedback feature of the UND medical program for over 10 years. Students and educators alike appreciate its quality, versatility, and emphasis on Australian practice. As a supporter and active contributor for many years, I strongly recommend eMedici to medical schools looking to supplement their e-learning portfolio and support for distance learning.”
Professor Michael Wan
Head of Basic and Clinical Sciences Domain, UND School of Medicine Sydney
“eMedici combines high-quality material and robust peer review with a uniquely Australian focus. UNSW students value the confidence they can place in learning relevant information for their future practice. I recommend this excellent resource.”
Professor Gary Velan
Senior Vice Dean (Education), UNSW Medicine & Health

Join Our Community of Contributors

No subscription required. eMedici is always looking to expand and diversify our network of student authors and expert reviewers, regardless of whether you use our platform otherwise. Participation is obligation-free, with no quotas, no specific time commitments, and no hassle.

Medical Students

Our Worklist interface makes it simple for students to contribute to new or under-review items, interact with our expert reviewers, and earn while you learn! Up to $30 per approved MCQ and up to $150 for Case Studies. The benefits of creating MCQs as an active learning strategy are well-documented in the educational literature.

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Specialists & Registrars

eMedici is grateful to our network of reviewers whose expertise keeps our materials current, relevant, and authentic. Reviewing for eMedici is claimable for CPD credits from RACP, RACS, RACGP, ACEM, RANZCOG, ANZCA, RANZCR, and RANZCP. Plus, for every approved item, eMedici donates on your behalf to our charity partner RFDS.

Join our Reviewer Network

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    General Medicine and Haematology Registrar, Royal Adelaide Hospital
  • Dr Steven Knox
    Consultant Radiologist, Royal Adelaide Hospital
  • Prof Christian Hamilton-Craig
    Consultant Cardiologist, University of Queensland
  • Dr Tharani Krishnan
    Advanced Trainee (Medical Oncology), Royal Adelaide Hospital
  • Prof Alkis J Psaltis
    Consultant ENT Surgeon, Queen Elizabeth Hospital
  • Dr George Balalis
    Bariatric, Upper GI and General Surgeon
  • Dr John Bate
    Consultant Gastroenterologist / Hepatologist, Royal Adelaide Hospital
  • Mr Jon Shenfine
    Consultant Upper GI and General Surgeon, Flinders University
  • Prof Edmund Tse
    Consultant Gastroenterologist / Hepatologist, Royal Adelaide Hospital
  • Prof Sarah Thompson
    Consultant Surgeon, Flinders University
  • Dr Cristina Valero
    Consultant General Practitioner, University of Adelaide
  • Dr Claire Frauenfelder
    ENT Fellow, University of Adelaide
  • Prof Robert Fitridge
    Consultant Vascular Surgeon, University of Adelaide
  • Dr Xi Li
    General Practitioner
  • Dr David Coyte
    Consultant Psychiatrist, Queen Elizabeth Hospital
  • Prof Randall Faull
    Senior Consultant in Nephrology, Royal Adelaide Hospital
  • Prof Dr Thambidorai CR
    Consultant Paediatric Surgeon
  • Dr Alexander Howes
    Paediatric Emergency Medicine Registrar, Women's and Children's Hospital
  • Dr Samantha Jolly
    General Surgery Registrar, Royal Adelaide Hospital
  • Dr Jun Yen Ng
    Haematology advanced trainee (third year), Canberra Hospital
  • Dr Kristen Tee
    General Practitioner
  • Dr Jerry Dang
    Geriatrician, Flinders Medical Centre
  • Dr Muhammad Zubair
    Chemical Pathologist
  • Dr Steven Chiang
    ED Registrar, Lyell McEwin Hospital
  • Dr Andrew Morris
    Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, University of Adelaide
  • Prof Peter Devitt
    Consultant, Royal Adelaide Hospital
  • Prof Michael Wan
    Consultant Cardiologist, St Vincent's Hospital
  • Dr Darren Foreman
    Urologist, Flinders Medical Centre
  • Dr Matthew Cho
    Dermatologist
  • Dr Oscar Russell
    Rheumatology and General Medicine Advanced Trainee, Royal Adelaide Hospital
  • Prof John Crompton
    Ophthalmologist, University of Adelaide
  • Dr Sanghamitra Guha
    Endocrinologist, Royal Adelaide Hospital
  • Prof Hubertus Jersmann
    Respiratory Physician, University of Adelaide
  • Dr Mike Smith
    Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, University of Adelaide
  • Dr Mark Plummer
    Consultant (ICU), Royal Melbourne Hospital
  • Prof Amal Abou-Hamden
    Senior Consultant Neurosurgeon, University of Adelaide
  • Dr Andrew Perry
    Emergency Medicine, Royal Adelaide Hospital
  • Dr Prue Standen
    Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Northern Hospital
  • Dr Dylan Barnett
    General Surgery Registrar, Royal Adelaide Hospital
  • Dr Shilsha Ninan
    Basic Physician Trainee (Paediatrics), Women's and Children's Hospital
  • Dr Dennison Cheung
    Basic Physician Trainee, Monash Medical Centre
  • Sarah Morton
    Dermatology registrar
  • Dr Athul John
    Urology Registrar, Flinders Medical Centre
  • Dr Malcolm Joseph Borg
    Basic Physician Trainee, Royal Adelaide Hospital
  • Dr Georgia Smithson-Tomas
    Intern, University of Adelaide

Charity Partner

eMedici is proud to support the amazing work of the Royal Flying Doctor Service. A donation is made for every item that passes through our review pipeline. So far we’ve donated over $8000.