Ministry of Health
|Intern Teaching Programme
CETU coordinates the teaching programme for
first year Interns at ADHB. All first year Interns
get two hours of 'protected time' each week for teaching, which occurs
every Tuesday from 2pm - 4pm. Interns have an opportunity
to have their say on the content of this teaching.
here for a sample of teaching topics.
Interns at ADHB have the opportunity to improve their clinical skills
without the stress of an exam. Held four to five times a year, Clinical
Skills sessions cover cardiology, neurology, respiratory medicine,
dermatology and ophthalmology.
|Procedural Skills Courses
To ensure that first year Interns are well prepared, the House
Officers starting in November are offered a Procedural Skills
course soon after arrival. Suturing, catheterisation,
lumbar punctures, and rectal
examinations are just a few of the procedures included in this programme.
Physicians' Grand Rounds (formerly Medical Grand Rounds) are
usually clinically based, interactive and aimed at a wide audience.
Presentations can include local research / innovations,
new basic science and theory with implications for the practicing
physician. The is a weekly
on Thursdays from 12pm-1pm
in the Clinical Education Centre, Level 5, Auckland City
For more details or to be added
to the mailing list to receive the weekly flyers, contact
or on 307 4949 ext 23208.