Southern Adelaide residents are helping to train their own future doctors through a Flinders University program which allows medical students to see health practitioners in action.
Flinders University’s Onkaparinga Clinical Education Program (OCEP) gives third year Flinders medical students the opportunity to spend their entire year of study working primarily in the Southern Adelaide community with general practitioners, private specialists, and clinicians.
Each year, 24 medical students relocate their study to suburbs such as Christies Beach, Noarlunga and Hallett Cove to learn about health care provision in a community setting as part of their participation in OCEP. See more.
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