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Addiction Interview with Second Year Medical Students

Organisation:

Friends of the Medical School

Category:

Tutoring

Hours:

Working Hours

Locations:

Dunedin, Home Based

These interviews will be taking place with groups of 11 second year medical students as part of their learning about addiction in community settings. Through students interviewing a range of community providers, they are introduced to a wide range of issues related to community health, with a focus on alcohol, drugs and process addictions such as problem gambling. General topics we want our students to discuss are the services you provide, treatment models used and common problems that patients present with. All of our students are double-vaccinated and boosted against Covid-19 and will be wearing masks.

Requirements

An interview of one hour duration. Tutorial rooms at the Hunter Centre can be booked for these interviews to take place, or alternatively we can send out a zoom link.

Time commitment

One hour – please advise which of the following dates/ times is suitable to you:
Monday 13th June 2:00pm
Thursday 16th June 4:00pm
Monday 26th September 4:00pm
Friday 30th September 2:00pm

Getting started

The first step is to express your interest by filling out the form below. We will then put you in touch directly with the organisation for more information on the role and how to proceed.

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