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sydney.edu.au/medicine/postgraduate 61 2 9351 3132medicine.info@sydney.edu.auProfessional MedicalEducation GuideContact usAbout the University of Sydney 2What you can study in 2018 4Postgraduate coursesClinical Neurophysiology 6Critical Care Medicine 8Infection and Immunity 10Internal Medicine 11Metabolic Health 13Ophthalmology 15Paediatric Medicine 18Pain Management 19Pharmaceutical andMedical Device Development 21Psychiatry 23Psychotherapy 25Sexual and Reproductive Health 26Sleep Medicine 30Surgery 31How to apply 36

sydney.edu.auAbout the University of SydneyThe University of Sydney is Australia’s firstuniversity. Likewise, its medical school wasthe first established in this country.Professional Medical Education GuideWith its multiple campuses and affiliated medical researchinstitutes across the state, the Sydney Medical Schoolis one of the largest health and medical teaching andresearch institutions in the southern hemisphere.Our clinical schools are located in major teachinghospitals in the Sydney metropolitan area andin regional hospitals in central-western NSW,far‑western NSW and on the state’s north coast.Page 2The University of SydneyThe University has strong partnerships with bothpublic and private sector health services. In 2015,the University joined with Sydney, Northern Sydneyand Western Sydney Local Health Districts, theSydney Children’s Hospital Network (Westmead)and medical research institutes to form SydneyHealth Partners.This is recognised by the National Health andMedical Research Council as an Advanced HealthResearch and Translation Centre.Sydney Medical School and its affiliated medicalresearch institutes have a large research portfolioencompassing the basic sciences, clinical medicineand public health.Research programs are focused on the majorthemes of cancer, cardiovascular disease, obesity,diabetes, neuroscience and mental health,infectious diseases and lifespan health. There is astrong emphasis on interdisciplinary collaboration.Why study with us?The University of Sydney is ranked first in Australiaand 15th in the world for the quality of our researchand teaching in medicine.*Our programs provide education and training ofgreat depth and breadth, not only in disciplinespecific areas but also in research methods,communication and teaching methods.Many of our courses and units of study areendorsed by the relevant professional collegesand some can be credited towards college trainingrequirements. Several units of study are also aimedat preparing candidates for college examinations(see individual course pages for further information).Our vocational programs are designed with busyprofessionals in mind. Within our broadly structuredprograms, you can tailor a course to meet yourneeds. Most courses are delivered online, withface-to-face teaching in intensive one- or two‑daysessions, block mode, or seminars usually outside ofbusiness hours. They are regularly updated to ensurethey are current and relevant.* QS World University Rankings by Subject 2017

Our courses will help you to:About the University of Sydney gain up-to-date knowledge and skills obtain insights from clinicaland academic leaders inyour chosen fields prepare for college examinations andmeet college training requirements acquire additional skills such asexpertise in clinical reasoning andcommunication and teaching develop research skills andexperience, such as trial designand grant application writing establish a network of contactswith senior clinicians and peers.Coursework programsCourse structureMaster’s degrees can be undertaken part time overThe course structure varies slightly betweenfive years or completed in one year of full-time study. degrees, but the following are some basic principles.The range of stream-specific units is unique to eachIn some cases, if you do not meet the entrydegree. Elective units can be chosen from the listrequirements for a master’s degree program, theof elective units or from your stream-specific unitsgraduate certificate or graduate diploma can provide of study.an acceptable entry pathway.Each unit of study is assigned a certain number ofHigh-achieving students in the master’s programscredit points. To qualify for a degree, you need tomay be eligible for the advanced option. Thiscomplete at least the following number of creditprovides a closely supervised research opportunitypoints and the subject requirements of that degree.that can be completed part time.To find the course that matches your interests andeligibility for admission, please visit: sydney.edu.au/medicine/study/postgraduateGraduate certificate24 credit pointsGraduate diploma36 credit pointsMaster’s48 credit pointsAdvanced master’s60 credit points Compulsory units of study usually includeIntroduction to Clinical Epidemiology, which canbe taken at any time during your studies.Page 3Graduate certificates and graduate diplomas areavailable in most courses and it is usually possible tomove between these awards and master’s programsprovided the degree requirements are met.

sydney.edu.auWhat you can study in 2018Our portfolio of vocational degrees includes: Internal Medicine* Clinical Neurophysiology Critical Care Medicine* Sexual and Reproductive Health Metabolic Health Ophthalmology and Cataractand Refractive Surgery* Paediatric Medicine* Pain ManagementPage 4The University of SydneyProfessional Medical Education Guide Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Development Psychiatry* Sleep Medicine Surgery.*What’s new in 2018?Orofacial PainDrawing on the American Academy of Orofacial PainCurriculum Guidelines, the Sydney Medical Schooland the Faculty of Dentistry have collaborated todevelop a unique orofacial pain pathway withinthe Master of Medicine/Science in Medicine(Pain Management) program.New units of study in 2018 Point of Care Ultrasound will investigate theprocess now used routinely in the assessmentand management of critically ill patients.Students will learn how to perform scans includinge-FAST, AAA, vascular access, DVT studies, renal,hepatobiliary, basic echo and early pregnancy. Essential Dermatology will provide acomprehensive review of most of thecommon skin diseases. On completion,students will be able to diagnose the mostcommon cutaneous presentations, recognisepossible alternative diagnoses, and completean appropriate management plan. Essential Imaging will cover the variousmodalities in current use and future directionsof imaging, give a better understanding ofthe strengths and weaknesses of commonimaging tests including the risks associatedwith different modalities, explain how torecognise the appearance of ‘need to know’cases, and appropriately order and performbasic interpretation of commonly used tests.This is the first time that a study option devotedexclusively to orofacial pain has been offered byan Australian or New Zealand university. Basic Infectious Diseases will focus on thediagnosis and investigation of commonhaematological disorders and the essentialsof managing these conditions. It will beavailable in the Internal Medicine andCritical Care Medicine courses.Sexual and Reproductive HealthThis postgraduate program provides a diverseand interprofessional curriculum suitablefor Australian and international studentsinterested in the range of disciplines relatedto HIV, sexually transmitted infections (STIs),Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH). Basic Haematology will explore commonhaematological disorders and how tomanage them. It will be available inthe Internal Medicine courses.The program enables students to understandthe global challenges of SRH, including HIV/STIs,infertility, and unintended pregnancy, through arange of units, with an option to choose one of fourpathways: HIV and STIs, Reproductive Health andFertility, Psychosexual Therapy, or Public Health.* Only available to medical graduates Basic Oncology will focus on the diagnosis,investigation and treatment of commonsolid malignancies. This unit will be availablein the Internal Medicine courses. Urological Oncology will cover cancers ofthe prostate, bladder, kidney, testis, penisand other rarer cancers. On completionstudents will be able to diagnose, stage andmanage localised and advanced cancers.

Admission requirementsWe offer a wide range of short courses for healthprofessionals. Many of our units of study can betaken as stand-alone (non-award) courses, someof which are recognised by professional bodies andearn continuing medical education (CME) points.To enrol in our Master of Medicine programs,you need to hold a recognised medical degree.Units of study include: Diabetes Management Diagnostic EEG Clinical Neurophysiology Techniques Intraoperative Neuromonitoring I and II Introduction to Pain Management Regional Dissection Drugs and Devices: R and D to RegistrationThe Master of Science in Medicine programsare available to science, nursing and alliedhealth graduates.Some courses have additional requirements,such as work experience.You will find further information about eachcourse on the following pages. Detailed informationabout admission requirements and units of studyappears in the handbook:What you can study in 2018Short courses sydney.edu.au/handbooks/medicine Counselling for Health Professionals Advanced Issues in Psychosexual Therapy.Regular short courses on offer include: Laparoscopic Appendicectomy andCholecystectomy (Surgical skills) Ultrasound in Trauma Surgery (Surgical skills) Situational Judgment Testing (General Practice) Multiple Mini Interviews (General Practice)Commonwealth supported placesFor the 2018 intake we may be able to offer alimited number of Commonwealth supportedplaces based on merit in Clinical Neurophysiology,Metabolic Health, Sleep Medicine, Pain Managementand Psychotherapy. This means your tuition feeswill be subsidised by the Australian Government.You will pay the remainder – called a ‘studentcontribution amount’. United States Medical LicensingExamination (USMLE)For up-to-date CSP availability and applicationclosing dates, visit the relevant course pages at: Intraoperative Neuromonitoring sydney.edu.au/coursesFor more information on these courses, visit Variations in Sexual Function* These are interdisciplinary courses offeredin conjunction with other facultiesPage 5 sydney.edu.au/medicine/study/short-courses

Professional Medical Education Guidesydney.edu.auClinical NeurophysiologyThis course will provide you with a sound understanding ofthe theoretical principles and practical application of all thecommonly employed techniques in clinical neurophysiology.You will develop the knowledge and skills to work indiagnostic and perioperative settings.Designed for practising and trainee anaesthetists,neurologists, neurophysiology scientists andtechnologists, this course offers a structurededucational program to complement yourworkplace experience.Courses available in this area Graduate Certificate in Medicine(Clinical Neurophysiology) Graduate Certificate in Science inMedicine (Clinical Neurophysiology) Graduate Diploma in Medicine(Clinical Neurophysiology) Graduate Diploma in Science in Medicine(Clinical Neurophysiology) Master of Medicine (Clinical Neurophysiology) Master of Science in Medicine(Clinical Neurophysiology)Page 6The University of Sydney Master of Medicine (Advanced)(Clinical Neurophysiology) Master of Science in Medicine (Advanced)(Clinical Neurophysiology)Admission requirementsFor entry to the Master of Medicine, or theGraduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma inMedicine, you need a recognised medical degree.The Master of Science in Medicine requires abachelor’s degree in a health or science-relateddiscipline with honours; or a bachelor’s degreeplus a postgraduate degree in a health or sciencerelated discipline. At least 12 months’ relevant workexperience is also required.The Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma inScience in Medicine require a bachelor’s degreein a health or science-related discipline.An advanced option is available if you are enrolled inthe master’s degree with an average mark of at least75 percent in 24 credit points of compulsory and/orstream-specific units of study.Course summary: Master of Medicine(Clinical Neurophysiology)Duration: 1 year full time/2 years part timeTotal credit points required: 48Commencing: stream-specific units of studycommence in Semester 1; compulsory and electiveunits can be started in Semester 1 or 2Mode: online with face-to-face intensive workshopsEligibility for international students: This course isnot available to student visa holders. It is availableto international students offshore or on other visaswith study rights. Intensive study components willrequire international students to be onshore.IELTS: 7.0 overall (at least 6.5 in each band) neurophysiology

Clinical Neurophysiology units of studyCompulsory units of studyCPIntroduction to Clinical Epidemiology6Basic Sciences in Clinical Neurophysiology6Clinical Neurophysiology Techniques6Advanced Electroencephalography6Neuromonitoring in Anaesthesia6Intraoperative Monitoring I6Intraoperative Monitoring II6Basic Neurology*3Advanced Neurology*3General elective unitsClinical Reasoning and Communication*6Pain Mechanisms and Contributors6Pain Treatment and Management Principles6Acute Pain6Introductory Biostatistics6Clinical Research Development and Practice6Quality and Safety in Health Care6Teaching in the Clinical Environment6Writing and Reviewing Medical Papers6Introduction to Systematic Reviews6Research Grants: Theory and Practice6* Suitable for medical graduates onlyStaff profileDr Adam HastingsCourse Coordinator, Clinical NeurophysiologyConsultant anaesthetist at Westmead Hospitaland Head of the Department of Anaesthesia ofWestmead Private HospitalDr Adam Hastings is board certifiedin intraoperative neuromonitoring bythe American Board of Registration ofElectroencephalographic and EvokedPotential Technologists. He has led thedevelopment of this course in collaborationwith a group of neurophysiology scientists,neurologists and anaesthetists, havingrecognised the lack of postgraduatetraining available in this field. 6Page 7Diagnostic ElectroencephalographyClinical NeurophysiologyStream-specific units

Professional Medical Education Guidesydney.edu.auCritical Care MedicineThis degree has been designed by critical care cliniciansfor doctors interested in anaesthesia, emergencymedicine and intensive care medicine.The structure of this degree will allow you totailor your study to your area of interest. Forexample, in emergency medicine, you can developyour knowledge and skills in retrieval medicineand clinical reasoning and communication. Inanaesthetics and intensive care medicine, you cangain highly coveted expertise in neuromonitoringand pain management. Coursework is also providedin anatomy, pathology, physiology and pharmacologyto help you prepare for college barrier examinations.Admission requirementsAdmission requires a recognised medical degree.The advanced option is available to studentswho are enrolled in the master’s degree andhave completed at least 24 credit points ofcompulsory or stream‑specific units of study withan average mark of at least 75 percent. If you areconsidering undertaking the advanced option, itis recommended that you complete IntroductoryBiostatistics as an elective unit of study.This degree may help you fulfil college trainingrequirements, such as the research requirementsfor the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine(ACEM). You will have the opportunity to refine andenhance your non-technical skills in areas such ascommunication and decision making and clinicalteaching, simulation and research.Course summary: Master of Medicine(Critical Care Medicine)Duration: 1 year full time/2 years part timeCredit points required for award: 48Commencing: March/JulyMode: online, intensiveEligibility for international students:This course is not available to student visa holdersor to international students to study offshore.International students in Australia on othervisas with study rights may apply.IELTS: 7.0 overall (at least 6.5 in each band)The degree is designed for busy clinicians andcan be taken wholly online. Some units includeintensive face-to-face teaching.The University of Sydney care-medicineStaff profileDr Khanh NguyenCourse Coordinator,Critical Care MedicineStaff Specialist in Emergency Medicineat Canterbury Hospital, SydneyPage 8“Designed to complementeveryday clinical practice, thisdegree enables students to developtechnical and non‑technicalcritical care skills relevant totheir specialty area to becomewell-rounded clinicians. Thedegree is practical and offers notonly the basic sciences but keysub-specialty areas includingsimulation, retrieval medicine,pain management, intra‑operativemonitoring and the new unit onpoint-of-care-ultrasound.”

“The knowledge I gained from theMaster of Medicine (Critical CareMedicine) has been relevant to myeveryday practice as an intensivecare registrar. It has equipped mewith skills to approach challengeswith confidence and structure, anda solid foundation in preparationfor my primary examinations.”Critical Care MedicineInside viewDr Holly MartinIntensive Care Registrar, Royal NorthShore Hospital, SydneyMaster of Medicine (Critical CareMedicine) graduate, 2015Critical Care Medicine units of studyGeneral elective unitsIntroduction to Clinical Epidemiology6Advanced STIs6Evidence and Ethics in Critical Care6Bioethics, Law and Society6Quality and Safety in Health Care6Stream-specific unitsIntroduction to Clinical Epidemiology6Research Grants: Theory and Practice6Anatomy for Critical Care6Diagnostic Electroencephalography6Pathology for Critical Care6Intraoperative Monitoring I6Pharmacology for Critical Care6Diabetes Management6Physiology for Critical Care6Advanced Diabetes Management6Clinical Reasoning and Communication6Teaching in the Clinical Environment6Retrieval Med – Operational Environment6Pain in Children6Clinical Retrieval Medicine6Introductory Biostatistics6Teaching With Simulation6Medical Management of Interpersonal Violence6Basic Sciences in Clinical Neurophysiology6Imaging in Surgical Patients6Neuromonitoring in Anaesthesia6Essential Dermatology6Pain Mechanisms and Contributors6Basic Respiratory Medicine3Pain Treatment and Management Principles6Basic Infectious Diseases3Cardiology6Essential Imaging for Clinicians6Acute Pain6Writing and Reviewing Medical Papers6Point of Care Ultrasound6Introduction to Systematic Reviews6 CPPage 9Compulsory units of study

Professional Medical Education Guidesydney.edu.auInfection and ImmunityOur program in infection andimmunity has been designedfor health science and medicalprofessionals who wish toincrease their knowledge ofinfectious diseases, infectioncontrol and the immune system.This program focuses on improvingunderstanding of the functions of bacterial,viral and fungal genes in infection, themechanisms of viral and bacterial infections,and the generation and regulation of immuneresponses. You will study the principles andpractices of prevention and minimisationof infectious diseases in hospitals andlaboratories, among the general communityand during disease outbreaks, while receivingtraining in the latest laboratory techniques.As a graduate, you will be ready toparticipate effectively in healthcare andresearch programs in infectious disease orimmunology of infection throughout theworld. You will also be better placed toundertake a higher degree by research.Course options Graduate Certificate in Infection and Immunity Graduate Diploma in Infection and Immunity Master of Medicine (Infection and Immunity) Master of Science in Medicine(Infection and Immunity)Admission requirementsAdmission requires a recognised medical degree ora medical science or science degree with passes inimmunology and microbiology or infectious diseasesunits of study. Science graduates without relevantwork experience or an Australian‑equivalenthonours degree will be admitted initially at the level.Course summary: Master of Medicine(Infection and Immunity)Duration: 1 year full time/2 years part timeTotal credit points required: 48Commencing: March/JulyMode: on-campus (Camperdown and Westmead) dayEligibility for international students This courseis available to international students (studentvisa holders and other eligible visa holders).IELTS: 6.5 overall (at least 6.0 in each band) -and-immunityPage 10The University of SydneyInfection and Immunity units of studyCompulsory units of studyCPFundamental Immunology6Virology and Cell Technology6Advanced Medical Bacteriology6Infection Control and Epidemiology6General elective unitsClinical Mycology and Parasitology6Applied Clinical Immunology6Global Control of Infectious Disease6Advanced STIs6

Internal MedicineInternal MedicineImprove your ability todiagnose, investigateand manage commonand importantmedical conditionsin adult patients.The degree is suitable for established practitionerswho wish to improve or refresh their skills in internalmedicine. You will have the opportunity to take unitsat a basic or advanced level in most of the medicalspecialties, and you can tailor your degree to yourneeds and interests. The advanced units provide anintroduction to subspecialty practice.There is a broad range of elective units, includingunits in clinical teaching, statistical analysis, grantwriting and other research skills. The degreestructure is flexible so that you can use it as theacademic foundation for your career as it evolves.Coursework is delivered online except for thecapstone unit, which will provide an intensiveface‑to-face learning opportunity to consolidate andreinforce your knowledge, as well as an opportunityto interact with senior clinicians and fellow trainees.Entry to the advanced option is available only tostudents who have maintained an average mark ofat least 75 percent in 24 credit points of compulsoryand/or stream-specific units of study. If you areconsidering undertaking the advanced option, itis recommended that you complete IntroductoryBiostatistics as an elective unit of study.Course options Graduate Certificate in Medicine(Internal Medicine) The basic units of study in the medical disciplinesprovide a framework to acquire the knowledgeand skills required for the Royal AustralasianCollege of Physicians Adult Medicine Basic Trainingexaminations or for extension of your skills ininternal medicine if you are training in emergencymedicine, intensive care or general practice.Admission requirementsOnly medical graduates with registration (full,conditional or limited) in Australia or New Zealandmay be admitted to the Internal Medicine degrees.Candidates need to be working in clinical practice,or have had substantial prior clinical experience,in Australia or New Zealand. The program mayonly be undertaken part time, with a minimumcompletion time of two years. Graduate Diploma in Medicine (Internal Medicine) Master of Medicine (Internal Medicine) Master of Medicine (Advanced) (Internal Medicine)Page 11This program is designed to integrate withyour clinical work, and is delivered jointly bythe University of Sydney and the University ofMelbourne, a collaboration that brings a uniquebreadth of teaching and clinical experience tothe course.

Internal Medicine units of studyCompulsory units of studyCPIntroduction to Clinical Epidemiology6Clinical Reasoning and Communication6Internal Medicine Advanced Management6Bioethics, Law and Society6Acute Pain6sydney.edu.auStream-specific unitsProfessional Medical Education GuideGeneral elective unitsBasic Neurology3Pain Mechanisms and Contributors6Basic Rheumatology3Pain Treatment and Management Principles6Basic Respiratory Medicine3Quality and Safety in Health Care6Basic Gastroenterology3Research Grants Theory and Practice6Basic Endocrinology3Diagnostic and Screening Tests6Basic Renal Medicine3Introduction to Systematic Reviews6Cardiology6Writing and Reviewing Medical Papers6Basic Infectious Diseases3Introduction to Health Policy6Basic Oncology3Introductory Biostatistics6Basic Haematology3Advanced Epidemiology6Advanced Neurology3Teaching in the Clinical Environment6Advanced Rheumatology3Essential Dermatology6Advanced Respiratory Medicine3Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility6Advanced Gastroenterology3Advanced STIs6Advanced Endocrinology3Advanced HIV Infection6Diagnostic Electroencephalography6Advanced Electroencephalography6Diabetes Management6Advanced Diabetes Management6Cardiovascular Metabolic Management6Essential Imaging for Clinicians6Adolescent Medicine6Paediatric Infectious Diseases6Course summary: Master of Medicine(Internal Medicine)Duration: minimum 2 years part timeCredit points required for award: 48Commencing: March/JulyMode: online; intensive for capstone unit onlyEligibility for international students: This courseis only available to medical graduates who areresidents in Australia or New Zealand, who holdAustralian or New Zealand medical registration andare working in a clinical environment. The capstoneincludes a one-week residential component.IELTS: 7.0 overall (at least 6.5 in each band)Page 12The University of Sydney medicineStaff profileAssociate Professor Leo DaviesCourse Coordinator, Internal MedicineConjoint Associate Professor, SydneyMedical School; Associate Dean(Evaluation and Assessment), SydneyMedical Program; and Senior StaffSpecialist in Neurology and Head ofthe Department of Neurophysiology,Royal Prince Alfred HospitalAssociate Professor Leo Daviesis a neurologist with clinical andresearch interests in movementdisorders and stroke, and a stronginterest in medical educationand assessment. He previouslyworked as a Clinical and ResearchFellow at Harvard University,studying the physiology ofhuman movement.

Metabolic HealthStudents will learn how to manage diabetes,obesity and associated cardiovascularcomplications in the general population, and inhigh-risk groups, such as pregnant women, theelderly, those with mental illness and in Aboriginalor Torres Strait Islander people.This course has been developed and is deliveredby international leaders in diabetes and metabolichealth. It is ideal for medical practitionersworking in primary care, emergency medicineor paediatrics, and those planning to train inendocrinology. It is also suited to nurses, diabeteseducators, dietitians and pharmacists with clinicalexperience and an interest in the field.The degree is delivered online with short,on-campus intensive workshops held in theUniversity’s new Charles Perkins Centreresearch and education hub.Admission requirementsFor entry into the Graduate Certificate inMedicine, Graduate Diploma in Medicine orMaster of Medicine, a recognised medical degreeis required.Metabolic HealthThe Metabolic Health degree has been developed to help healthprofessionals acquire a comprehensive practical understandingof the aetiology, diagnosis and treatment of metabolic diseases.The Master of Science in Medicine requiresa recognised bachelor’s degree in a healthor science-related discipline, with honoursor 12 months work experience or anpostgraduate degree.The Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma inScience in Medicine requires a bachelor’s degreein a health or science-related discipline.An advanced option is available if you are enrolledin the master’s degree with an average mark of atleast 75 percent in 24 credit points of compulsoryand/or stream-specific units of study.Course options Graduate Certificate in Science inMedicine (Metabolic Health)Below: Dr Kath Williams (second from right) withMetabolic Health students. Graduate Certificate in Medicine(Metabolic Health) Graduate Diploma in Medicine(Metabolic Health) Graduate Diploma in Science inMedicine (Metabolic Health) Master of Medicine (Metabolic Health) Master of Science in Medicine(Metabolic Health) Master of Medicine (Advanced)(Metabolic Health)Page 13 Master of Science in Medicine(Advanced) (Metabolic Health)

Page 14The University of SydneyProfessional Medical Education Guidesydney.edu.auCourse summary: Master of Medicine(Metabolic Health)Duration: 1 year full time/2-4 years part timeCredit points required for award: 48Commencing: stream-specific units of studycommence in Semester 1; core and elective unitscan be commenced in Semester 1 or 2.Mode: intensive; face-to-faceEligibility for international students: This course isnot available to student visa holders. It is availableto international students offshore or on other visaswith study rights.IELTS: 7.0 overall (at least 6.5 in each band) sydney.edu.au/courses/master-of-medicin

in regional hospitals in central-western NSW, far-western NSW and on the state's north coast. The University has strong partnerships with both public and private sector health services. In 2015, the University joined with Sydney, Northern Sydney and Western Sydney Local Health Districts, the Sydney Children's Hospital Network (Westmead)

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