Do you use Facebook? Twitter? MySpac– oh wait, you probably don't use that last one, it's not 2008 anymore... Regardless, you're probably a social media user. Dr Judi Nairn from the University of Adelaide is involved in an international study looking at the use of social media in medical education, and she needs your input!
You might have heard of FOAM, or FOAMed. Or you’ve probably heard of the website Life In The Fast Lane. The authors of LITFL have coined and spread the term "FOAMed" like wild fire across the twittersphere, blogosphere and beyond.
A highlight of the AMSS' 125th Week was the "Outside the Wards" Speaker Evening. A/Prof Bill Griggs, Dr Peter Goldsworthy and Dr Jane Lomax-Smith presented their untraditional careers and answered questions to a group of students and faculty attendees.
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Guest applications for the Third AMSA Council are now open!
Held from October 18-20, this Council will be the first one since 2010 to be held in Hobart! If you have ever had any interest in AMSA, Council is one of the best ways to learn as much as you can about it in a short period of time!
Costs for Third Council are; $295 for registration and accommodation, $220 without accommodation.
Win a chance to attend the biggest General Practice conference of the Year!
A career in general practice offers enrichment, reward, financial security, and a chance to work across a broad scope managing a diverse range of health conditions. Rural General Practice similarly offers a great diversity of experience with further opportunity to work both within the community and across in-hospital care.
Become a part of the legend! With 118 years of history, Skullduggery is almost as old as the AMSS itself. Convening the event is your opportunity to make your mark on an event so stooped in tradition.
MedCamp is one of the most loved of all AMSS events, and remembered by all for every year afterwards. This is your opportunity to run this amazing weekend, welcoming all first year students to the AMSS and medical school, and put your spin on an AMSS favourite!
Launched in 2004, MIGA’s annual Elective Grants program provides financial assistance to students undertaking their elective in developing communities.