Shaping intern preparedness in partnership with SALHN 

Internship preparedness is a Flinders MD priority, progressing well in partnership with the SALHN Trainee Medical Officer Unit (TMOU). SALHN Medical Education registrars have developed a short call lecture series for Year 4 students and the MD and TMOU are ensuring that all students on clinical placements are provided with appropriate PPE and access to RATs to comply with SA Health and SALHN guidelines.

Flinders congratulates Dr Kirrily Holton (BMBS’05, GradCertClinEd’18) on her recent appointment as SALHN Director Clinical Training. Kirrily is a valued member of the Clinical Advisory Group (CAG) and a highly respected clinical placement supervisor in SALHN Rehabilitation Medicine.

We also thank outgoing Director, A/Prof Christine Burdeniuk (Flinders BMBS’00), for her contributions to the MD, sharing insights and guidance as a member of the Medical Program Board and developing intern shadowing opportunities for MD4 students.

We look forward to our continued partnership with Kirrily, Dr Diana Lawrence, Medical Education Registrars and TMOU; working together to ensure that Flinders MD graduates are prepared for internship and beyond.

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