MEDI 7029 Reflective Clinical Allergy Practice
Credit Points 20
Legacy Code 401253
Coordinator Miriam Codarini Opens in new window
Description This is an online bridging subject for students with a Graduate Certificate in Allergic Diseases qualification or other recognised allergy training who wish to pursue further study in allergic diseases. Students with acceptable prior learning to enrol in this subject will enter Year 2 of the Master of Medicine (Allergic Diseases) with the option to exit at the Diploma level. The subject enables students to revise the latest theoretical and clinical concepts in allergic diseases and reflect on their own clinical allergy practice. Reflection will be promoted through case presentation and reports and literature review.
Discipline Internal Medicine
Student Contribution Band HECS Band 3 20cp
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Level Postgraduate Coursework Level 7 subject
Students must be enrolled in Master of Medicine (Allergic Diseases). Students must be medical practitioners registered with AHPRA or the New Zealand Medical Board.
A completed medical degree (MBBS, MBChB or equivalent qualification) is required and current practice as a clinician is desirable to successfully undertake this subject. Also, must have knowledge of immunological concepts and clinical aspects of allergic diseases, and experience with allergy diagnosis and management in clinical practice. Satisfactory knowledge and experience in clinical allergy will have been acquired through the existing Graduate Certificate in Allergic Diseases (program code 4689) or via other accredited professional training.
On successful completion of this subject, students should be able to:
- Examine current literature regarding the pathophysiology, epidemiology, clinical presentation and treatment of allergic diseases.
- Review key aspects of the professional practice required of doctors assessing and managing patients with allergic diseases.
- Present clinical cases in a clear and well structured manner.
- Reflect on aspects of diagnosis and management of allergic diseases.
- Conduct a literature review to inform clinical allergy practice.
1. All learning modules from Allergic Sciences 1 and 2 units
2. Clinical case reflection:
a. Case study 1 (own case)
- present and discuss case with PowerPoint slides via Zoom
- summary report of main diagnostic and treatment challenges
b. Case study 2 (provided by lecturer)
- choose one question emerging from The case, modules or set Topics for literature Review
The following table summarises the standard assessment tasks for this subject. Please note this is a guide only. Assessment tasks are regularly updated, where there is a difference your Learning Guide takes precedence.
|30 minutes x 8
|60 mins x 2
1st Half (2024)
Subject Contact Miriam Codarini Opens in new window