NSW Health requires that all medical students placed in any of its facilities are fully compliant with its requirements. This applies to students undertaking clinical placements or students who require access to its facilities, which includes all UNSW Medicine teaching hospitals.
UNSW Medicine is required to enter information about all medical students into ClinConnect, a NSW Health database for managing clinical training placements in public hospitals. Information reported to ClinConnect includes student name, student number, student e-mail address, gender and date of birth.
Prior to the first clinical training session in Year 1, students will need to provide certain documentation to NSW Health staff at an on-campus checking session. If not fully compliant with their requirements, students will be given instructions on what to do before commencing clinical training. UNSW Medicine cannot overrule the decision of health staff and clinical training will be delayed until compliance is reached.
Students must note that clinical placements are a substantial and essential element in the UNSW Medicine program. Students who fail to satisfy the requirements of NSW Health at any point during their enrolment in the program may be excluded from undertaking a clinical placement. This will delay progress in the program and may ultimately lead to exclusion from the program.
All students studying Medicine at UNSW must be compliant throughout the duration of their studies.
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Throughout the year, UNSW Medicine organises NSW Health Compliance Checking Days which take place on UNSW Kensington Campus. Students attend these Checking Days to have their documents verified by NSW Health staff.
All our on-campus compliance checking days for this year have been cancelled. Documentation can be verified electonically. Please contact us for details.
All students must attend one of the above mentioned NSW Health Compliance Checking Days at UNSW Medicine for their first/initial assessment. Students who are required to provide NSW Health with further/additional documents, can do so by e-mailing documentation directly to NSW Health (you can find instructions on how to e-mail your documents here)
All 1st year students must attend the February NSW Compliance Checking Day and have their documents verified.
NSW Health staff will be able to give students one of the following verification statuses:
Where students are not verified or only temporarily verified, NSW Health staff will advise the student on what is needed to reach full verification.