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  • JMP - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Selection Procedure (Bachelor of Medical Science / Doctor of Medicine)This procedure supports the commitment of the University to creating additional pathways for Indigenous people to enter the University (NeW Directions Strategic Plan 2013-2015) and continues the University’s long tradition of supporting the education of Indigenous doctors.
  • JMP - Admission and Selection Policy (Bachelor of Medicine / Doctor of Medicine)This policy outlines the admission, academic, personal qualities and personal health requirements of applicants seeking admission into the Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine. It also outlines the selection criteria.
  • JMP - Award of Bachelor of Medicine with Distinction Guideline(Expired)These Guidelines support the provision within the Bachelor of Medicine " Joint Medical Program (JMP) Schedule / Rule to allow the awarding of the degree “with Distinction.”
  • JMP - Bachelor of Medicine Student Academic Misconduct RuleThis Rule describes what constitutes JMP student misconduct and establishes the procedural framework in which the University of Newcastle (UON) and University of New England (UNE) will deal with matters relating to allegations of academic misconduct against students within the JMP, inclusive of research misconduct.
  • JMP - Joint Medical Program ScheduleThis JMP schedule supports the implementation of the Joint Medical Program and applies to the award of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine offered jointly by the University of Newcastle and the University of New England.
  • JMP - Rules Concerning Dean of Medicine - Joint Medical ProgramThis rule describes the terms, functions and conditions of appointment for the Dean of Medicine - Joint Medical Program.
  • JMP - Student Support for Professional Practice (SSPP) Program ProcedureThis procedure aims to ensure that the Universities meet statutory obligations and provide early support to JMP students experiencing major personal difficulties in their progress through the Joint Medical Program.
  • JMP - Student Support for Professional Practice Guideline(Expired)This document provides guidance material for students participating in a joint medical program professional practice, outlines rights and responsibilities and discusses the Medical Board of Australia's mandatory notification obligations for joint medical program students undertaking placements.
  • Joint Medical Program ManualThis document supports the administration and implementation of the Joint Medical Program (JMP) at the University of Newcastle and University of New England. The JMP was established in 2006 and is subject to a Collaboration Agreement. This manual has been developed to ensure consistency and equity to JMP students enrolled at the University of Newcastle and the University of New England. The manual aims to provide directions for staff and students for JMP admissions, course management, assessment and program management.
  • Jointly Awarded Doctoral Degrees and Dual Award Doctoral Degrees PolicyJoint doctoral degree programmes, involving the joint supervision of PhD candidates across institutions, are internationally recognised as a means of establishing and enhancing strong and enduring relationships with international research universities and researchers.