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Earl Sempio, MD

Associate Professor of Pulmonology 

“COVID-19: A Faculty Member’s  View from the Front Lines” 

Join Dr. Earl Sempio, OUM Associate Professor of Pulmonology, for a candid report of life as a provider on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Sempio teaches the Respiratory System module at OUM and he is also on the faculty at the University of Santo Tomas (UST) in Manila, Philippines. Dr. Sempio is on one of three COVID-19 teams at his hospital in Manila, seeing patients in two-week shifts. He will be speaking to us during one of his quarantine periods, designed to keep the frontline teams safe and productive.  Following the talk, Dr. Sempio will discuss OUM’s approach to medical school with prospective students.

 

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Thursday, 4 June 2020

8:30 am (Sydney Time)

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Danya Khoujah, MD

Clinical Course Director for Emergency Medicine

“Cross-Cultural and Cross-Gender Mentoring” 

Join OUM students, faculty, and staff for this special University Lecture Series event. Dr. Khoujah, a physician based in Japan, will present two lectures on current diversity trends in medicine. Dr. Khoujah’s second lecture, titled “Disparities and the Lack of Equity in Medicine”,  is scheduled for 22 July.

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Wednesday, 15 July 2020

8:30 am (Sydney Time)

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Danya Khoujah, MD

Clinical Course Director for Emergency Medicine

“Disparities and the Lack of Equity in Medicine” 

Join OUM students, faculty, and staff for this special University Lecture Series event. Dr. Khoujah, a physician based in Japan, will present a lecture on current diversity trends in medicine.

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Wednesday, 22 July 2020

8:30 am (Sydney Time)

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Sarmad Ghazi, MBChB,

Dean for North America 

Clinical Course Director for Internal  Medicine

Join Dr Ghazi for a lecture about the Internal Medicine, a core clinical clerkship at OUM. He also will share his insight about the innovative learning technology that has allowed OUM to be the first medical school in the world to successfully teach medical education online.

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Friday, 9 October 2020

11 AM (Sydney Time)

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Professor Hugh Bartholomeusz, OAM, RFD, MBBS, FRACS

Dean for Australia 

Professor Bartholomeusz joined OUM in July 2020, following his retirement from a long career as a Plastic Surgeon in Brisbane, and he hit the ground running.  Professor Bartholomeusz  is developing a network of clinical placement sites for OUM students and has assembled a top notch team of Associate Deans to oversee those clinical placements. He is also investigating internship opportunities for OUM graduates across Australia and bringing additional enhancements to OUM in Australia.  Join the webinar to hear Professor Bartholomeusz’s vision for the future of OUM.

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Australia/New Zealand

Tuesday, 13 October 2020

10 AM (Sydney Time)

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Professor Randell Brown, PhD

Deputy Vice Chancellor

Nicolette McGuire, PhD

Director of Academic Transition and Student Engagement

Introduction to Medicine Course 

Drs. Brown and McGuire provide a glimpse of OUM’s new 12-week Introduction to Medicine Course, which all new students take to prepare for the rigors of medical school.  The course is a helpful refresher on college science courses plus a source for useful tips and strategies to manage the rigors of medical school.

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Australia/New Zealand

Thursday, 4 March 2021

12 NOON (Sydney Time)

2 PM (New Zealand)

3 PM (Samoa)

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Nicolette McGuire, PhD

Director of Academic Transition and Student Engagement

Preview the Introduction to Medicine Course 

Dr. McGuire will provide a sample lecture from OUM’s  new Introduction to Medicine Course, which all new students complete before entering the OUM MD program. The first group of students to take the 12-week course have completed the program, a helpful refresher on college science courses plus a source for useful tips and strategies for success in medical school.  Was it helpful? We asked this first class and will share the survey results during the webinar.

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Australia/New Zealand

Thursday, 28 May 2021

10 AM (Sydney Time)

12 Noon (New Zealand)

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Ahmed Muhsin, MBChB, MPH

Associate Director of Academic Affairs

Introduction to Renal System Anatomy 

Dr. Muhsin will provide a sample lecture from the Renal System Module, one of the nine System-Based Modules in OUM’s pre-clinical curriculum. Dr. Muhsin, an Academic Advisor at OUM for the past four years, will also discuss how that program lends support to students in and out of the classroom. Join us to experience a typical lecture in our interactive virtual classroom.

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Australia/New Zealand

Friday, 27 August 2021

10 AM (Sydney Time)

12 Noon (New Zealand)

1 PM (Samoa)

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Associate Professor Ross Diplock, MBBS, FRACP

Dean for Australia and Director of Clinical Education

In addition to his role as OUM’s Dean for Australia, Dr Diplock oversees the clinical phase of the MD program for students around the world as OUM Director of Clinical Education. Join the webinar to learn about OUM’s clinical curriculum and clerkship opportunities in Australia.

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Australia/New Zealand

Friday, 29 October 2021

1o AM (AEST)

12 NOON (New Zealand)

1 PM (Samoa)

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Dr. Lykina will concisely clear the fog of specialist jargon and explain the two core functions of the immune system.

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Friday, 17 December 202111 AM (AEST)

 

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