As a UQ medical student you are required to complete a number of compulsory annual program requirements. Some of the associated tasks can be done well in advance, while others cannot be completed until your enrolment becomes active, or you are on campus in Brisbane.

It is important that you read the information below carefully and ensure that you provide all documentation by the posted deadlines. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact the student administration team (med.enquiries@uq.edu.au). 

 

 

7. Training Tomorrow’s Doctors: Longitudinal Medical Education Study

Training Tomorrow’s Doctors (TTD) is a Longitudinal Medical Education Study underway in the Office of Medical Education. Training Tomorrow’s Doctors was established for the broad purpose of undertaking evidence based medical education evaluation and research that will be used to review the quality of, and lead to improvements in the UQ medical program. The TTD study investigates factors that facilitate the academic success and personal wellbeing of medical students.

If you have any questions, please contact A/Prof Diann Eley, d.eley@uq.edu.au; 0439516342.

When to complete this task:

Read and understand the Training Tomorrow’s Doctors: Longitudinal Medical Education Study Information Sheet.

Please submit your completed form to the Faculty of Medicine as soon as possible and prior to the commencement of semester one, year one. Upload via Blackboard