MedView's MMI 10-hour, 2-day workshop includes:
* a 6-hour module to go through the different MMI stations;
* a 2-hour module for the acting station;
* a 2-hour practical module for hands-on practice.
In this workshop, tailored for the MMI we go over, step-by-step, how to approach the different question styles, how to gain all the requisite skills in becoming a doctor and more! The teaching will be based on a complimentary, high-quality MedView workbook - for you to jot down notes, read our practical tips and for you to answer "homework" questions.
Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney.
Please chose your city from the drop down menu.
The Location of our in-person courses for 2021 is yet to be confirmed, due to COVID-19 distancing requirements preventing organisations from accepting bookings at present.
This course is run during the Term 3/4 school holidays in your state.
What you'll get:
The modular structure of the MMI workshop allows Crimson instructors
to focus on specific areas to make sure you are well prepared to
tackle the medical interview with confidence.
Awareness of Profession
This module will help you answer this often difficult but extremely common interview question in a way that makes your answer interesting, honest and effective. We will also give you an inside glimpse at the life of a doctor and how relevant this is to the interview.
Speaking like a Doctor
One of the most important aspects of the interview is not what you say but how you say it. This module develops key verbal and non-verbal communication skills that you need to stand out.
Self Awareness and Management
Often questions about yourself can be the hardest to answer, but they are also among the most important for the interviewers in getting to know who you really are. In this module, we will go through some strategies to prepare for answering questions about yourself, while also practicing answering these questions. This module will also look into key skills required to manage situations and lead, and look at the best way to demonstrate these to an interviewer.
Moral and Ethical Judgement
This module will examine strategies behind answering difficult ethical scenarios in the interview context, giving you a framework to work through any ethical issue to answer these questions with maturity and depth.
Cultural Awareness - Ethnicity and the Interview
This module looks at the interaction between ethnicity and health, in particular, focusing on indigenous issues and racial inequalities. Ethnicity plays a significant role in medicine in Australia/New Zealand and the interview. This module is all about addressing questions around topics such as the treaty, which many students fear in the interview.
The Australian Health System and Policies
This module will get you up to date on health issues in Australia, policy, and current events and give you a framework to answering difficult questions on these hot topics.
The Interview in Practice
We put everything you learnt in the workshop together and convert your theory to practice. Students work closely with one of the tutors, practising interview questions and receiving individualised feedback. This session runs for two hours, also giving plenty of time for students to ask the tutors any specific questions about concepts or medicine in general.
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