Publications Recruitment


About Publications 

We are in the process of developing two publications aimed at medical students to be published before Semester 1 commences in 2022. Our aim is to provide students with comprehensive resources that will complement their clinical rotations.


  1. Ward Round Guide

    This will outline key cases and procedures that students can expect to see on each clinical rotation.

  2. OSCE Clinical Skills Guide: 

    This booklet will take students through core presentations seen in clinical practice (e.g. chest pain, shortness of breath, abdominal pain, etc.), covering areas such as history, examination, and investigation findings. This publication will also serve to complement the OSCE Video Series that will be launching in early 2022. 


In the application, you will have the opportunity to preference which project you would like to work on, however, if there is an insufficient balance of numbers, you may be allocated to work on the alternate project. 


Expected Timeline:

We will begin content development in November after exams with the aim of finalizing publications by January for official publication. 

Given the short timeline, we expect commitment to a concentrated workload from all team members. 

Content Designer

Position Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assist in the design of the publication content

  • Communicate regularly with the team 

  • Attend all team meetings, Medicine Program meetings and Operations Division meetings as required


Desirable Attributes

  • Clinical medical student, with a demonstrated history of academic excellence

  • Relevant experience in content design

  • Commitment to the role

  • Excellent time management and organisational skills

  • Experience of working within a team

  • Willingness to work respectfully within a team environment

  • Willingness to put in extra effort and step up when required

  • Relevant experience in content design utilising platforms such as Canva


What you get out of it

  • Opportunity to pioneer an innovative publication within Teaching for Impact, in order to facilitate meaningful change for aspiring medical practitioners across Australia, especially those from a disadvantaged background

  • Opportunity to be part of a growing youth-led, not-for-profit organisation

  • Opportunity to connect with passionate, like-minded individuals from a range of disciplines

  • Opportunity to contribute to the achievement of the SDGs

  • Formal recognition of your contribution at the end of your tenure and opportunity to acquire strong references for future job and volunteer applications


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Cecilia Gu

Clinical Medicine Lead


Alexandar To-Dang

Preclinical Medicine Lead

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Sue Liu

Clinical Medicine Lead

For questions pertaining to the ward round guide:

Clinical Medicine Lead: Sue Liu


For questions pertaining to the OSCE Clinical Skills guide:

Preclinical Medicine Lead: Alexander To-Dang

Clinical Medicine Lead: Cecilia Gu