About this workshop

Each year, around 460 new doctors graduate from UQ. Our world-class medical program is currently undergoing a major revision to ensure that future graduates are optimally prepared to serve their communities. This session will outline the major re-imagining of our medical program at UQ and focus on the six themes of the program which capture the breadth of attributes required by 21st-century doctors, including clear articulation of the values underpinning the program and the whole of person approach being taken.

Attendees are invited to participate in a facilitated conversation where they can comment, discuss, ask questions and give ideas for innovative public contributions to the new program.


Who should attend?

  • Students
  • Academic staff
  • Teaching support staff
  • Professional staff

Benefits of attending

  • Learn the key features of the new MD Program including the aim to educate future doctors who take a whole of person approach to high-quality medical care as well as being well prepared for and able to perform competently and confidently in the medical workplace. 
  • Contribute innovative ideas towards how the aims of the new program may best be achieved.
  • Be involved in the curriculum implementation.

About Teaching and Learning Week (T&L) 2021

1–5 November 2021. Celebrate inclusive teaching and learning practices designed to enhance student learning and facilitate a sense of belonging at UQ.

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Learning Innovation Building (17), St Lucia campus
202/202a + online (via Zoom)