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Welcome to the MBChB Portal.

This portal aggregates a range of resources related to delivery of the MBChB programme.

To open any of these links in a new tab or new window: right click the link with your mouse (or Control-click in Windows or Command-click in Mac OS X).

Please note: this site is optimised for use with Firefox, Safari, and Chrome browsers.

Check the official website (covid19.govt.nz) for Alert Level updates


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titleCOVID-19

You may receive information from your specific site and/or attachments regarding local infection control and COVID-19 control practices. Please follow local practices wherever possible and contact your site administrator for advice if you have specific questions

Official Information from the NZ Government

Official Information from the Ministry of Health (NZ)

Official Information from the University of Auckland

Official Information from the MPD (via Canvas)

Instructional videos on Masks (with loops  or with ties), handwashing, and hand sanitiser use, c/o ADHB


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Watch these videos to show you how to do a N95 respirator seal check: 

Flat N95 respirator 1870 (video)
Cone shape N95 respirator (1860, 1860s) (video)

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Additional optional information:

Critical Care Survival Guide 2020 - Transmission of COVID-19


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titleProgramme-specific Resources

Clinical Scenarios

Student Guide to Clinical Scenarios

Clinicians Guide to Using the Portal

Clinicians Guide to Hauora Māori Teaching and Assessment

Personal and Professional Skills Domain

Hauora Māori Domain


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titleAssessment

Progress Test Results

Progress Test Guide

Assessment Strategy Purposes and Principles

Video: How to view and interpret your Progress Test results

Formative Progress Tests

2022 Progress Test dates 

Progress Test 1 (PT28): Friday, 29th April 2022 (commencing at 10am, 3 hours) 
Progress Test 2 (PT29): Friday, 15th July 2022 (commencing at 10am, 3 hours) 
Progress Test 3 (PT30): Tuesday, 25th October 2022 (commencing at 10am, 3 hours) 

Assessment Blueprint (April 2021)

PT27 Analysis Report


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Phase 1 Results and Feedback

Short Answer Question Practice

Anatomy Atlas Tool

VSlide - Virtual Microscopy

MBChB Phase 1 Online Timetable  

 

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Integrated Learning Activities (ILAs):

Provisional MBChB 2 and 3 Dates for 2022


Year 2 Commences: Monday 21 February 2022

Easter/mid-semester break: 15 April – 28 April 2022
Inter-semester break: 23 June – 10 July 2022
Mid-semester break: 29 August – 11 September 2022
End of semester 2: 8 November 2022


Year 3 Commences: Monday 28 February 2022

Easter/mid-semester break: 15 April – 28 April 2022
Inter-semester break: 21 June – 14 July 2022
Mid-semester break: 29 August – 11 September 2022
End of semester 2:  11 November 2022


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Clinical Attachments and Formal Learning

Online teaching material during Covid-19 - Year 4

Online teaching material during Covid-19 - Year 5

Getting started in ZOOM for students

Library Click and Deliver Service For MBChB Students Based Out Of Auckland

Research Project/ Research Elective

Textbooks for Phase 2 and 3

2021 Year 4 Year Plan

2021 Year 5 Year Plan

2021 Year 6 Year Plan

2022 Year 4 Year Plan

2022 Year 5 Year Plan

2022 Year 6 Year Plan

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About Selectives



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Elective Report Database 

Elective Handbook



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titleMBChB Prizes

2020 Prizes

2019 Prizes

2018 Prizes

2017 Prizes

2016 Prizes

2015 Prizes

2014 Prizes

2013 Prizes


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titleAuckland University Medical Students' Association Website

AUMSA website

AUMSA voting website



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Guidebooks


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Policy Guides
Policy Guides

FMHS Store

Police Vetting Form

AMC 2015 Reaccreditation Report for the Medical Programme

MBChB Overview Chart

The Medical Curriculum - Graduate Learning Outcomes

Our Medical Programme – addressing the critical shortage of Doctors in Regional and Rural New Zealand

Rural Health Immersion Programme

Risk Intervention Team

Proctor Information

Health and Safety Policy information for students

  MBChB Learning Outcomes Database


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Where To Get Help! (WTGH)

Dealing with Bullying, Discrimination and Harassment

Wellbeing Resources

Helping Someone in Distress Resources

Pastoral Support FAQs



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North-Nanson Edition 8.1 2017 (red book)

Medical Vocational Training Fact Sheets

Social Media and The Medical Profession

Cole's Medical Practice in New Zealand

MRSA Transmission Risk Clearance Certificate


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titleUniversity Resources

Canvas

Student Email

Library

Google Calendar

Google Drive  ("Google Docs")


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titleThe New Zealand Medical Student Journal

The New Zealand Medical Student Journal


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titleStaff Recommended Reading

A Journey to the Center of Yourself

Are You Ready for Your July Happiness Calendar?

Sleep Scientist Warns Against Walking Through Life 'In An Underslept State'

How to Break Up With Your Phone

When I say … resilience  

The First Psychotherapist  

Ten Films that Highlight the Best in Humanity

How to Bring Self-Compassion to Work with You

The intensive care doctor who nearly died in her own ward



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titleEnd of Life Choice Act 2019

On November 7, 2021, the End of Life Choice Act 2019 will come into force. All health care workers will have obligations under this Act. We have prepared the resources below to introduce you to the Act, your obligations and the systems that have been developed for assisted dying in Aotearoa.

We strongly encourage you to undertake the Ministry of Health modules available at Learn Online: you can access these from the link below. We will produce further resources over the next few months. Please feel free to contact Vicki Jones or Monique Jonas with any questions, observations or requests that you may have about the End of Life Choice Act and assisted dying.

Ministry of Health resources including modules in Learn Online

A recorded mini lecture and slides from the lecture

Ministry of Health guidance on responding when a person raises assisted dying and general information for health professionals