AMSA Convention brings together medical students from all across Australia for a week of academic events, inter-school rivalry, and social events like no other!
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Tuesday April 3, 5:30pm WWLG03 AMSA ThinkTank is a forum where you can discuss medical issues that relate to you as Medical student, medical education, your job future, the health system and pretty much anything! Tuesday’s topic of discussion, is where the Internship crisis is at for 2012 and how this affects you. Bring along your [...]
Want to have a say on issues concerning refugees and asylum seeker health? This is your chance to get together with like-minded people and voice an opinion on what you believe in! The ThinkTank is here to encourage debate!
Give some blood for a worthy cause! Get ready to bleed for UNSW! Register at the AMSA National Blood Drive and help save the lives of those who need blood when they need it most.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: A computer error has occured with applications. Please EMAIL your application for this seminar via email, NOT on the website. The application form is due 7th August midnight and can be found in your mailout.
The next two weeks will feature two of the most academic and social events of the year for medical students across Australia: AMSA Global Health Conference (30th June – 3rd July) and AMSA National Convention (3rd – 10th July), right here in Sydney.
Do you believe in fighting for medical student rights, talking about the important issues, or speaking up for what you believe in? Come to the AMSA thinktank to learn more about how AMSA is addressing issues for medical students.
DonateLife is looking for medical students to represent them at AMSA Convention. It is aimed at encouraging organ donation through student networks at university. Give somebody else a chance at life.
The annual AMSA publication: Intern and Resident’s Guide is now available for students on the AMSA website. The guide provides information regarding internships across Australia for final year medical students as well as any other interested students.