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Associate Professor LESLIE JOHN RAY, M.B. Associate Professor of Anatomy and Reader in Medical History, KENNETH FITZ- PATRICK RUSSELL, M.B., F.R.A.C.S. Reader in Histology and Embryology, JOHN OCHILTREE LAVARACK, M.B., B.S., Senior Lecturers, ALEXANDER FRANCIS ROCHE, M.D., В.S.; dr. Senior lecturers of histology and embryology, NEIL CAMERON RAOUL MERRIL- COLÌŃEWESLEÝ DUNLOP, mag. — Victorian Eye and Ear Ro:pitai DR. J, CADE—Reception House Royal Park DR. Another representative of clinical schools: DR. LAWSON.

In addition to the above who are members of the Honorary Medical Staff, instruction is given by:. Assistant Physician in В.S., M.R.C.P., M.R.A.C.P. Geriatric Medicine, DAVID CHARLES WALLACE, M.B., Associate Physician, JOHN DAMIEN TANGE, M.B. B.S., M.R.C.P., M.R.A.C.P. CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS OF THE ST. VINCENT'S HOSPITAL CLINICAL SCHOOL.

CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS OF THE FAIRFIELD HOSPITAL CLINICAL SCHOOL

CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS OF THE

ROYAL PARK RECEIVING HOUSE CLINICAL SCHOOL

NOTE: The Statutes and Regulations of the University are fully detailed in the University Yearbook, which is the official and authoritative publication of the University.

Dates 1960

B. New Students must lodge their applications for selection by making an appointment for personal interview with the

Degrees

A thesis on a subject relevant to the theory or practice of medical science and approved by the faculty may, if sufficiently justified, be accepted in lieu of part of the written examination. A thesis relating to the theory or practice or both of Gynecology and Obstetrics or Gynecology or Obstetrics, approved by the Faculty, may, if sufficiently justified, be accepted in lieu of part of the written examination.

Post-Graduate Diplomas

Details for the guidance of candidates will be provided to the Secretary, Registrar's Medical Department upon request. Students who have completed part of the course in medical schools other than those of European universities.

Matriculation

All candidates for special matriculation forms should consult the Special Matriculation Officer in the Registrar's Office, who will advise them of the required application form.

Faculty Pre-requisites

Special Advice to those preparing to enter the Medical Course

All students admitted to the first year of medical school in 1961 must be photographed for record keeping purposes. Instructions for having photos taken (free of charge) at the Visual Aids Department will be provided to students when they are notified of admission to the freshman quota.

Enrolment

Fees

13 13 0 (Candidates wishing to take Part II of any examination in February may be required to pay a special additional fee to cover the cost of the examination). For each of the Postgraduate Medical Diplomas an examination fee of (21/0/0 is paid for Part I and (13/13/0 for Part II of the examination).

Scholarships, Bursaries, Prizes and Financial Assistance

The bursaries provide for payment of university fees and for maintenance of students during the term of the bursaries. Applications must be accompanied by evidence of the student's ability and full details of his financial position.

Post graduate Studies

Loans from ill to 150 f may be made in any year to matriculating students who are attending or intending to attend university studies and cannot continue without such assistance. In special cases, loans of up to 200 fn in any year may be considered.

UNDERGRADUATE

University Library

Examinations

Graduation

The Union

The Union Theatre, the Ewing Art Gallery (entrance from the first floor), and the Rowden White Library (upstairs in the southeast corner) are key features of Union House. A social night known as "Union Night" is held at the Union House every Saturday night in the first and second semesters.

Student Facilities

Dry cleaning, boot repair, laundry and similar services are available in the Union at special prices. The association has agreed with some city companies to offer discounts to its members.

Student Guidance

Training depot; details of the Melbourne University Air Force Squadron can be obtained from Squadron-Leader J.

Appointments Board

The Colleges of the University

The University fees mentioned above do not include College fees, which are payable to the Colleges themselves. For further information about the Colleges, students are referred to the sections printed in the University Yearbook and to the Heads of Colleges.

University Halls of Residence

Diary

Hospital Appointments

Vincent Hospital will appoint for 1961 20 resident medical officers for one year from students who have received their clinical training at that hospital. In addition they will appoint senior graduates to the position of Medical and Surgical Resident Officers, Special Registrars (Professional Medical Unit, Pathology, Anaesthetics, Neurosurgery, Radiology) and the appointments will be for one year.

Commonwealth Medical Advisory Bureau

The Alfred Hospital Board of Directors will nominate twenty-three first-year Junior Resident Medical Officers, fifteen second-year Senior Resident Medical Officers, and more senior graduates to the positions of Special Registrars (Professorial Surgical Unit 1, Professorial Medical Unit 1, Diabetic and Metabolic Department) for 1961 1, Radiology 3, Pathology 3, Anesthetics 5, Clinical Research Unit 1, Psychiatry 1) and Clinical Registrars (6 medical, 6 surgical). The Board of Governors of Prince Henry's Hospital will appoint seventeen Junior Resident Medical Officers, nine Senior Resident Medical Officers, and four Senior Registrars, two Radiology Registrars, two Pathology Registrars, and two Anesthetics Registrars for 1961.

NOTICE TO MEDICAL GRADUATES Registration in the United Kingdom

In all these appointments the Hospital Boards will take into account: Training in their own hospital. Appointments at base and district hospitals are co-ordinated by the Hospitals and Charities Commission.

REGULATIONS

PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION FOR STUDENTS IN MEDICINE

No candidate shall be admitted to the course for the Degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery unless—

The following Exhibitions may be awarded at the examination referred to in Section 1

A. Syme Exhibition of ł15

H. Swanton Exhibition of f20

  • A candidate who on first presentation for the examination fails to pass in one or more of the subjects referred to in Section 1 shall not

DEGREES OF BACHELOR OF MEDICINE AND

Candidates for the Degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery must, after complying with the provisions of

Division II

  • The content of the several subjects, the arrangement of work, and the scope and times of examinations, shall be as prescribed from
  • The Statute concerning Examiners and the Regulation con- cerning Annual Examinations shall, so far as applicable, govern all
  • The conditions under which candidates who fail to present themselves for examination or fail to pass in subjects may be admitted
  • Provisions indicating which of the examinations in the course shall rank as Annual Examinations may be made in the Details of
  • The work of Division I carried out in the First Year shall constitute and be referred to hereafter as Sub-Division А
  • A candidate who has not passed the examination in all the subjects of a Sub-Division shall not be permitted to proceed with the
  • Provision may be made in the Details of Subjects with respect to the mode of examination to be adopted in any subject and where
  • Unless otherwise provided a candidate who fails to pass any subject or subjects may at the discretion of the Faculty of Medicine
  • Hospital work shall be as prescribed by Details of Subjects or announcements published by the Faculty of Medicine and subject to
  • The Faculty of Medicine may require attendance at any lectures or demonstrations or the performance of any practical work prescribed
  • The following Prizes Exhibitions and Scholarships may be awarded at the Examinations of the course and . shall be open for com-
  • A candidate who on first presenting for the examination fails to pass in one or more of the subjects of a Sub-Division or Division
  • Candidates who have passed all the prescribed examinations and fulfilled all the prescribed conditions may be admitted to the
  • Graduates in any Faculty other than Medicine and persons who have completed the first and second years of the course for the
  • Where pursuant to regulations subsequently repealed or amended a candidate has obtained credit or may retain credit in the
  • This Regulation shall not come into force until the first day of January, 1952
  • Candidates for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine must be Bachelors of Medicine in the University of Melbourne or in some other
  • Candidates shall not be admitted to Part I of the examination unless they be Bachelors of Medicine of at least one year's standing and
  • Candidates may proceed to the Degree of Doctor of Medicine by Examination only or by Examination and Thesis ; provided that the
  • The Examination for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine shall consist of two parts—

In Division I, there shall be examinations at the end of the first year (hereinafter referred to as "Examination of Subdivision IA") and in the second year (hereinafter referred to as "Examination of Division I"). For the exams, class lists must be drawn up in each of the subjects Medicine (including Clinical Medicine), Surgery (including Clinical Surgery) and Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

Candidates for the degree of Doctor of Medicine must be Bachelors of Medicine of the University of Melbourne or of some other Bachelor of Medicine of the University of Melbourne or of another University recognized by it. The examination for the doctoral degree consists of two parts — consists of two parts —.

  • The examination in Part I shall be by written questions and in the case of Pathology by a practical examination in addition. The
  • А candidate proceeding by Examination and Thesis must submit a Thesis* or published work for approval by the Faculty of Medicine as
  • In every appointment of Examiners for Part II at least one Examiner shall be an external Examiner
  • Candidates who have satisfied the Examiners as herein pre- scribed and have fulfilled all other prescribed conditions may be admitted
  • A candidate for the degree of Master of Surgery shall be a Bachelor of Medicine and a Bachelor of Surgery in the University of
  • The examination for the degree shall be in two parts
  • A candidate may be admitted to Part I of the examination if—
  • A candidate may be admitted to Part II of the examination if he is a Bachelor of Medicine and a Bachelor of Surgery of not less than five
  • Any thesis submitted under this Regulation shall be examined in the manner prescribed by Statute XVI, Division IV
  • No candidate shall pass Part II of the examination unless he passes Part I of the examination
  • At least one of the examiners for Part II of the examination shall be an external examiner
  • A candidate who has fulfilled the requirements of this regulation may be admitted to the degree of Master of Surgery

A candidate may be admitted to Part I of the examination if—. a) is a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery with no less than one year in each case; and. At least one of the examiners for Part II of the examination must be an external examiner.

DEGREE OF MASTER OF GYNAECOLOGY . AND OBSTETRICS

  • Candidates for the degree of Master of Gynaecology and Obstetrics must be Bachelors of Medicine . and Bachelors of Surgery
  • Candidates shall not be admitted to Part I of the examination unless they are Bachelors of Medicine and. Bachelors of Surgery of at
  • Candidates may proceed to the Degree of Master of Gynaecology and Obstetrics either by examination only, or by examination and thesis ;
  • The examination for the Degree of Master of Gynaecology and Obstetrics shall consist of two parts—
  • The two parts may be taken concurrently but no candidate shall receive credit for Part II at any examination unless at that or
  • The examination in Part I shall be partly written and partly oral. The examination in Part II shall be written, clinical and oral
  • A candidate proceeding by examination and thesis shall submit the thesis or published work for approval by the Faculty of Medicine
  • In every appointment of examiners for Part II at least one examiner shall be an external examiner
  • Candidates who have satisfied the examiners as herein prescribed and have fulfilled all other prescribed conditions may be
  • There shall be post-graduate medical diplomas in various specialties as follows
  • Every candidate for a Diploma shall be a Bachelor of Medicine and of Surgery in the University of Melbourne or in some other
  • The examination for each Diploma shall be in two parts, viz
  • Examinations in each Part shall be held twice in each year if candidates present themselves. Examinations in Part I shall be held
  • Before presenting for Part I a candidate shall present evidence that he has been in practice for at least two years, one of which must
  • Before presenting for Part II a candidate shall pass in Part I and shall satisfy the Faculty of Medicine
  • In cases where the full training or practice required in the two preceding sections has not been gained because of war conditions, the
  • The Faculty may on application grant a candidate total or partial exemption from examination in any subject the content of which is
  • Candidates who have passed in both parts of the examination and who have otherwise fulfilled the prescribed conditions nmav be
  • Subject to Section 2 but notwithstanding any ether provision in this regulation a diploma may be awarded to a candidate who has

If the thesis provides evidence of research and competence that satisfies the examiners, the candidate is exempted from taking part in the written examination as determined by the Faculty. The general nature and duration of the special training required for each diploma is determined by the Faculty of Medicine and published each year in the details of subjects.

III III

MEDICINE

Students who fail the Preliminary Examination can repeat the year only if allowed and if they are re-selected in the quota. Students who fail the preliminary exam twice and those who on their first attempt perform in a manner deemed unsatisfactory or who are absent from the exam without acceptable reason may be expelled from the course.

DETAILS OF SUBJECTS AND BOOKS FOR 1961

Except for courses for which special details are published, the Syllabus for Honors will be the same as for Pass, but the Examination for Honors will require candidates to reach a higher level and demonstrate more detailed knowledge.

CHEMISTRY (PRE-MEDICAL)

A notice available in the department provides details of the procedure to be followed to obtain apparatus. There is no practical examination, but the work of each student is continuously assessed throughout the year and is taken into account in determining the success of the candidates at the Annual Examination.

PHYSICS (PRE-MEDICAL)

Three and a half hours a week, which include exercises in quantitative analysis, general inorganic chemistry (including an introduction to qualitative analysis by semi-micro methods) and experiments in organic and physical chemistry, where the exercises are selected to illustrate and reinforce the theoretical course. This information determines whether a candidate passes or fails the practical work and is taken into account together with the result of the written assignment when determining the result of the annual examination.

BIOLOGY (PRE-MEDICAL)

L Е CTURE IN SCIENTIFIC METHOD*

B.—This course of lectures will not be given in 1961

DEGREES OF BACHELOR OF MEDICINE AND BACHELOR OF SURGERY

Examinations will be held at the beginning of the first quarter of the third year. At the end of the first year: Anatomy (Pass and Honours): One 3-hour written paper, oral examination.

PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY

Students should report to the Russell Grimwade School of Biochemistry during the second to last week of the long break. At the end of the course, the balance will be refunded minus the value of damages, etc.

MATERIA MEDICA

The impact of the introduction of new instruments and techniques on the development of biological thought, e.g. Students are advised to consult the bibliographies for Psychology Part I and Psychopathology in the General Handbook of the Department of Psychology.

MEDICINE

GENERAL MEDICINE

THERAPEUTICS AND DIETETICS

PAEDIATRICS

A course of lectures on Paediatrics and Child Health is given at the Royal Children's Hospital by the Professor of Child Health. While at the Royal Women's Hospital, clinical guidance in Neo-Natal Paediatrics is provided by the Honorary Pediatric Staff and Professorial Unit of that Hospital.

POST-MORTEM DEMONSTRATIONS

OPHTHALMOLOGY

DERMATOLOGY

VACCINATION

EPIDEMIC DISEASES

RADIOLOGY

VENEREAL DISEASES See details under Surgery

SOCIAL MEDICINE

SURGICAL ANATOMY

ANAESTHETICS

DISEASES OF THE THROAT, NOSE AND EAR

Questions may be included in Surgical Paediatrics (including the examination of patients), Surgical Anatomy and Surgical Pathology. Further information can be obtained from the Dean of the Clinical School at the hospital.

VENEREAL DISEASES

There is no formal examination, but at the end of his period of clinical teaching, the student may be required to satisfy his clinician that he has achieved the required standard of proficiency. 5 lectures covering matters such as. i) Contract-relationship between doctor and patient. ii) The standard of care required.

Clinical -Instruction at Recognized Teaching Hospitals

Negligence in medical practice, criminal and civil : negligence in hospitals. iv) Practice related to social benefits, etc. v) Evidence in criminal, civil and corona cases. i) Medical practice in relation to the state.

ROYAL MELBOURNE HOSPITAL

The course Medicine and Surgery, which we started in the fourth year, is completed in the first and second semesters of the final year. In the third clinical term, students visit each of these hospitals for two weeks of refresher courses.

ALFRED HOSPITAL

The Power Scholarships in Medicine and Surgery, of approximate annual value of #100 each, will be open for competition among the students of the hospital. From the forty-fifth Monday of the year, tutorial lectures in Medicine and Surgery, with practical hall demonstrations, will be given to Second Year students.

THIRD YEAR

NOTES

PRINCE HENRY'S HOSPITAL

Students will be attached to medical and surgical units and will work with these units in the wards and outpatient departments. During the fifth year, students will be attached to the Medical and Surgical Units and will work with these units in the wards and outpatient departments.

THE ROYAL WOMEN'S HOSPITAL

Clinical lectures in medicine and surgery, as well as classes in special subjects, will be held this year. Staff will conduct clinical tests and practice sessions in preparation for the final exam.

DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF MEDICINE

PATHOLOGY AND MICROBIOLOGY

MEDICINE

Candidates are expected to be familiar with the more important articles on topics of relevant interest in current journals published in English. The relevant sections in the latest edition of the Recent Advances Series (Churchill) in Pathology, Medicine, Endocrinology, Cardiology and Neurology should be consulted.

2) FOR CANDIDATES PROCEEDING BY THESIS NATURE OF THESIS

A candidate submitting work carried out in collaboration with other workers must make a statement as to the extent to which he was responsible for the initiation and prosecution of the work. The examination in clinical medicine for candidates proceeding to specialization may involve the examination of the candidate in any matter relating to the practice of clinical medicine.

DEGREE OF MASTER OF SURGERY

Examiners take such measures as they • deem appropriate to assess the value of the candidate's contribution to the collective work and must satisfy themselves that the individual candidate has been responsible for a significant contribution to the theory or practice of medicine. They are also expected to be familiar with current advances in surgical practice as reported in recent surgical and related journals.

2) FOR CANDIDATES PROCEEDING BY THESIS

Candidates will be expected to be familiar with current advances as reported in recent journals. Knowledge of relevant issues in current journals published in the English language is expected. a) It is recommended as a study basis.

DEGREE OF MASTER OF GYNAECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS

The special training required in Midwifery will consist of not less than six months' experience as Resident Medical Officer in the Midwifery Department of the Royal Women's Hospital, Melbourne, or its equivalent. hospitals or departments recognized by Australasian universities as Obstetric Clinical Schools will have equivalent standing; in the case of public hospitals or. departments not recognized as such, the Faculty o. The special training required in Gynecology will consist of not less than six months' experience as Resident Medical Officer in the Gynecological Department of one of the Clinical Schools of the University of Melbourne or its equivalent.

PATHOLOGY

OBSTETRICS, INCLUDING NEO-NATAL PAEDIATRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY

2) FOR CANDIDATES PROCEEDING BY THESIS NATURE OF THESIS

Examiners take such measures as they think fit to assess the value of a candidate's contribution to the overall work and must satisfy themselves that the individual candidate is responsible for a significant contribution to the theory or practice or both of gynecology and obstetrics. or gynecology or obstetrics. Examination in Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology for thesis candidates may include an examination of the candidate in any subject relevant to the practice of clinical obstetrics and gynecology.

POST-GRADUATE MEDICAL DIPLOMAS

DIPLOMA OF PUBLIC HEALTH (Regulation XXXII)

OTHER POST-GRADUATE MEDICAL DIPLOMAS DIPLOMA OF OPHTHALMOLOGY

ANATOMY

PHYSIOLOGY

Evidence that all the general procedures of the specialty have been performed under the supervision of one or more consultants in ophthalmology. The joint library of the Ophthalmological Association of Australia (B.M.A.) and The Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital contains all current ophthalmological text and reference books and journals.

PATHOLOGY (INCLUDING MICROBIOLOGY)

These papers will include questions designed to test the candidate's knowledge of general medical and general surgical aspects of conditions related to the specialty. The exam will require candidates to know about:. a) general biological characteristics of bacteria and viruses.

DIPLOMA OF LARYNGOLOGY AND OTOLOGY

The examination may include questions about (a) general physiology of the nervous and circulatory systems and nutrition and metabolism. Evidence that he has performed under the supervision of one or more consultants in otolaryngology all the usual procedures of the specialty.

LARYNGOLOGY AND OTOLOGY

Note.-(1) Candidates are advised to register initially with the Secretary, Medical Division of the Registrar's Office. 2) Before admission to the exam in Del. I candidates are required to show evidence of practice (at least two years, including one year spent in a residency agreement in a general hospital). 3) Before admission to examination in Part II candidates are.

ANATOMY (Including Embryology)

Candidates admitted ad'eundem status are also required to present certificates of three months' approved experience in the Clinical Schools of this University.

PHYSICS

One year in a full-time appointment in a Diagnostic X-Ray Department of a general hospital forming part of a clinical school recognized by the Aus -

A minimum attendance of 20 sessions for Pediatric Radiology and 10 sessions for Obstetric Radiology in the diagnostic X-ray departments of.

RADIODIAGNOSIS

The exam may include questions related to:. The gross and microscopic structure of the nervous system, including its embryological development and the features of its comparative anatomy considered useful in understanding human structure and function. The practical exam will cover the experimental procedure in the area of ​​the syllabus.

PAftT II

Written exams can be set throughout the year and can replace one or both of the usual two 3-hour written exams for Pass and Honors in November. An oral and/or practical test can be taken in any part of the year's work.

NEUROPATHOLOGY

Introduction to the theory and practice of clinical psychological procedures and the professional functions of a clinical psychologist. Candidates are advised to apply in the first instance to the Secretary of the Medical Branch of the Registry Office.

PHYSIOLOGY (In its relation to Anaesthesia)

PHARMACOLOGY

Preliminary Requirements

This part of the subject covers the structure of anesthesia equipment, past and present; its physiological advantages and defects; its maintenance and repair. A classified list of the more significant prejudices about anesthetics is included in the Information Sheet for Candidates, available from the Secretary, Medical Department, Registrar's OESce.

The University of Melbourne LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

FACULTY HANDBOOKS

ANNUAL EXAMINATION PAPERS

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