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Bond's Doctors Learn in Real-Life Hospital Setting

Bond University Medical students have started attending their first group of classes in the brand new teaching facility at Robina Hospital.

Located on the ground floor of the Robina Hospital site, the Bond University Clinical Education & Research Centre (BUCERC) is a collaborative project between the Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine, Bond University, and Queensland Health.

Completed six months ahead of schedule, the modern facility is fitted with six tutorial rooms, a lecture theatre and clinical skills area and will give Bond’s students a distinct advantage.

Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine, Professor Richard Hays says that the project is great for Bond University and the Faculty.

“The new facility gives our students a distinct advantage by providing access to direct clinical exposure,” said Professor Hays.

Plans are now developing to extend use to the Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine’s Doctor of Physiotherapy students and other professional health programs offered by Bond University.

“The collaboration with Queensland Health and Robina Hospital is just the beginning of our relationship and will be something we develop over the coming years, “said Professor Hays.

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