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June 19, 2019, 06:43:14 pm

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Re: Monash General Chat
« Reply #5775 on: June 11, 2019, 10:18:13 pm »
Do you know what you'll be doing on a day-to-day basis yet?
Nah, don't know yet. Obviously each day will be different but hopefully they give me an idea of schedules on my first day! I imagine it'll be a mixture of going to meetings, contact with patients (mostly) and some education sessions.

Similar to above, but what's your placement schedule like? Weekdays or 7 days? Week on week off, etc? And are they long days?
Each placement is a 5 week block, with ~32 hours per week. My first placement is 4 days per week of normal hours as far as I know but some will possibly be 5 days I imagine (with less hours per day). This block is 8am - 4:30pm for me which is a pretty standard time for physio but it's variable depending on where you are and what placement you're doing. It's just a standard work day in terms of amount of hours in a day.

We all do 3 blocks of placement this semester (spread over a possible 5 blocks). Mine are all back to back so I'll have 15 weeks straight like I said above, but some people don't start till later or have a break between their placements.
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Re: Monash General Chat
« Reply #5776 on: June 14, 2019, 06:55:56 pm »
Sem2 timetables are slowly appearing on the class timetable site

For the first time ever, fac pharm&pharmsci have some of thw class timetables up before the last Tuesday of semester break!
(Spoiler: I'm still scheduled in 5 days/week in weeks 1-4 and 10-12, but some of these of half-days, so consolation I guess?)