Some related organisations that you may like to be involved with:
The Medical Students’ Council of NSW is an organisation whose members are registered medical students of the Universities in NSW, Australia. The NSW MSC exists to:
The NSW MSC will achieve these aims by:
The Medical Students’ Aid Project allows medical students at the University of NSW the opportunity to contribute positively towards developing world health via sending targeted aid to hospitals in the developing world during their elective term. To ensure that we are supplying appropriate and effective equipment, the hospitals are asked to compile a ‘wishlist’ of the medication and equipment that they require. These donations are then delivered when our medical students arrive at their elective placements. The personal presence of our students allows assessment of suitability and efficacy of our donations.
The General Practice Students Network (GPSN) is a student run organisation that seeks to foster interest in General Practice and promote it as a specialty of choice. GPSN is the first national student organization with a focus on General Practice. There are active GPSN clubs at 20 medical university campuses across Australia. Established in 2007, GPSN membership has skyrocketed to around 5,000 and continues to grow.
The UNSW Rural Allied Health and Medical Society is your student-run organisation for medical, optometry, social work, health and exercise science, psychology and medical science students. We are made up of students from both city and country, as well as anyone interested in rural health. Some of us plan to work in rural health while others are just curious. Make sure you experience RAHMS @ UNSW
Please don’t forget to visit their websites and get involved!