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Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (PSYT90006) // Assessment

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  1. Oral presentation as part of a series of related presentations and discussion that totals 10 minutes, during semester (40% of assessment)
  2. Written essay on child and adolescent psychiatry 2500 words, during semester - two weeks after oral presentation (60% of assessment)
  3. Hurdle requirement: 75% attendance of sessions (for face to face students) OR 75% completion of online modules (for online students)
  4. Hurdle requirement: Fieldwork - either: 3 RANZCP workplace based assessments (WBAs) by workplace supervisors (approx. 90min each, or more time depending on competency), OR 3 Workplace Practical Activity Log sheets (WPALs) to be taken away and then checked by the subject coordinator after submission.