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A guide for the School of Rural Medicine's MD research project


Welcome to the MD Project Research Skills guide, created by your Librarians in consultation with the School of Rural Medicine Research and Evaluation Team. It is designed to assist you as you develop your research and progress through your project. 

Aim of the MD project

The aim of the MD project is to expose medical students to research, develop their research skills and their ability to critically evaluate research outputs. Focussing on an aspect of health-related research, medical education, and/or health service delivery, the MD Project will strengthen students’ skills in critical inquiry, analytical thinking, oral and written communication, and project management. These activities will start students on their journey towards lifelong learning and service to communities where they live and work.

Online Library Workshops

The Library holds Online Library Workshops at various times throughout the year. The workshops are conducted online in real-time, and you can attend from the comfort of your home or favourite study space. They cover a variety of topics. For more information head to the Library's Online Library Workshops page.

Book an appointment

Use this link to book an appointment for library assistance and then select:

➔Meet online

➔Faculty of Science and Health

➔Online Appointment

➔Choose a librarian

➔Choose a day and time that suits you 

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Charles Sturt University acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands on which its campuses are located, paying respect to Elders, both past and present, and extend that respect to all First Nations Peoples.Acknowledgement of Country

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