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Changes to Curtin Medical School admissions guide

Recent important changes have been made to the 2017 Admissions Guide, including the course switchers definition (page 4) and the remoteness category for rural applicants (page 9). Please see the guide for more information.

Curtin Medical School names External Advisory Board

The Curtin Medical School External Advisory Board has been confirmed and is comprised of university academics, medical practitioners and industry advisors.

Curtin appoints Chair of Medical School External Advisory Board

Well-known medical practitioner and medical training expert Dr Janice Bell has been appointed as Chair of the Curtin Medical School External Advisory Board.

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17-Jun-2016
Recent important changes have been made to the 2017 Admissions Guide, including the course switchers definition (page 4) and the remoteness category for rural applicants (page 9). Please see the guide for more information.
14-Jun-2016
Curtin Medical School names External Advisory Board
The Curtin Medical School External Advisory Board has been confirmed and is comprised of university academics, medical practitioners and industry advisors.
11-Apr-2016
Curtin appoints Chair of Medical School External Advisory Board
The Federal Minister for Education and Training, Simon Birmingham, announced at an event at Curtin University today that well-known medical practitioner and medical training expert Dr Janice Bell had been appointed as Chair of the Curtin Medical School External Advisory Board.
18-May-2015
Curtin Medical School Approval
Curtin University welcomes the Federal Government’s approval for its Medical School.
2-Dec-2014
Study investigates hospital versus home treatment for cancer patients
Curtin University researchers are undertaking a new project which will compare the cost and health outcomes of breast cancer patients receiving chemotherapy from their home versus in a hospital.
10-Mar-2014
Curtin’s medical school would focus on producing much needed GPs for WA
As reported in the Medical Observer, Friday 7 March 2014, the President of the College of General Practitioners told attendees at a conference on The Future of General Practice held in Canberra recently, that although there were more doctors per capita in the cities compared to rural areas, the numbers were still too low.
12-Feb-2014
Independent report confirms need for more medical education
An independent report commissioned by Curtin University has confirmed there is a need to train more medical students in Western Australia to meet the needs of the growing population.