Free information session for students interested in a career in medicine

An artist’s impression of the Central Coast Clinical School

The University of Newcastle’s Central Coast Campus at Ourimbah will hold a free online information session for local high school students interested in a career in medicine.

The Central Coast Joint Medical Program webinar will be held from 6pm on June 23, with students able to register via the University’s website.

The webinar will cover the basics of the Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine and include a presentation by Associate Professor Amanda Dawson, Clinical Dean of the Central Coast Clinical School, as well as the chance to hear from current and past medical students and junior doctors.

The webinar also represents a unique opportunity for aspiring medical students to learn more about the University’s soon to be opened Central Coast Clinical School which will be welcoming its inaugural first year students in February 2021.

The University of Newcastle Central Coast Clinical School is partnered with the Central Coast Local Health District and the Central Coast Research Institute and are both co-located on the site of the redeveloped Gosford Hospital.

High schools across the region have also been notified and can assist interested students with their registration.

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