Medical Education at St Vincent's Hospital Sydney
Hospital Sydney has a long-standing reputation in undergraduate and
postgraduate medical education. Our medical education programs aim to
develop knowledge, skills and attitudes to promote safe and effective
management of patients in accordance with the mission and values of St
Vincent’s Hospital Sydney.
Our programs are committed to equipping
junior medical staff and students with professional, technical and
scholarly skills. We believe in on-the-job learning with high quality
supervision, mentoring and formal education initiatives, such as
lectures, workshops and online learning. We promote excellence in
teaching and training.
St Vincent's Hospital Sydney provides
learning opportunities and encourages junior doctors to participate as
both learners and teachers.
For more information on undergraduate
medical education and research programs with UNSW Sydney and a list of
available ILP/Honours and PhD projects, please visit the St Vincent’s
Clinical School website at https://stvcs.med.unsw.edu.au or email us at email@example.com
Medical Students at St Vincent's Clinical School, UNSW Sydney
Vincent’s Hospital Sydney has had medical students since 1898. St
Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney is the oldest teaching hospital in Australia.
It became a Clinical School of the University of Sydney in 1923, then
affiliating with the University of New South Wales in 1968. St Vincent’s
Clinical School, UNSW Medicine, has a distinguished history of medical
student education, service and research for over five decades.
Vincent's Clinical School, UNSW Medicine, prides itself on the close
collaboration between Medical, Nursing and Allied Health staff within St
Vincent’s Hospital. Its co-located research institutes and facilities
provides our students and staff with opportunities to thrive in an
environment of specialist knowledge and wide clinical experience, within
an atmosphere of dedication and excellence.
supervision and tutoring is done by the St Vincent’s Hospital senior and
junior medical staff who are Conjoint staff and Academics of the
School, with approximately 400 tutors across the campus currently
involved in student teaching and research.
Students enjoy advanced
clinical skills teaching in the Simulation Centre, as well as bedside
and small tutorial-based learning. Students are able to participate in a
full array of clinical experiences in the operating theatres, clinics
and on the wards. The teaching is undertaken not only in the Public
Hospital but also throughout the adjoining Private Hospital and the
The school also offers opportunities for non-UNSW Medical
students (both domestic and international) to complete an Elective
placement at St Vincent’s Hospital. More information can be found on the
UNSW Medicine Clerkships website; https://med.unsw.edu.au/clerkships.
For more information please visit the St Vincent’s Clinical School website at https://stvcs.med.unsw.edu.au or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org