The position of Year ClinPrac Coordinator is now open. Year 3 ClinPrac will run for the duration of the pre-clinical Semester 2, 2019. The first session will be held during the week beginning Mon 29th July 2019
Keen to be involved? Interested in working with TeamEd to help maximise the quality of medical education? Just love typing and hanging with the coolest people? Read on to find out about TeamEd Secretary and apply!
AMSA Med Ed is the Committee dedicated to all aspects of medical education, including creating educational resources, advocacy and research. AMSA Med Ed is responsible for creating educational resources, advocating for medical education and undertaking all research at AMSA. Being a part of Med Ed is also an excellent opportunity to gain experience in AMSA, learn a variety of new teamwork and other skills, make new friends across the country and even just learn a bit of medicine in an interesting and fun way.
To all Second Years, the wait is over!!! You have successfully completed one year of medicine, which means you are now eligible to become a MedTransit Mentor! Signups are now open!
Ever wanted to use the Eduroam Wi-Fi on campus but been unable to? Did you know that we can access Eduroam internet at heaps of university sites around the world that also subscribe to Eduroam? Check out the guide below to access Eduroam.
Nominations are now open for the AMSS Teaching Awards which recognise the outstanding contributions of University of Adelaide staff, clinical title holders and doctors to the learning and growth of medical students at the University of Adelaide. These awards will be presented at the Declaration Ceremony.
Congratulations to the 2 teams from Adelaide who placed within the top 5 in the International Diagnostic Championship IFMSA last Thursday!
Kind of keen on genetics research? Feel like you could use a refresher on genetics? Students at the University of Adelaide have been invited to attend a lecture from Professor Randy Jirtle, an expert from the North Carolina State University on the topic of "Epigenetics: How Genes and Environment Interact." The lecture is taking place on Thursday 5th April 4-5pm on AHMS Lecture Theatre 1, G030. Further details are as per the attached flyer. Professor Jirtle will also be speaking at a public lecture on 23rd May.