Congratulations to Elizabeth Dooley on her election as the new Clinical Coordinator for 2019.
The sleep lab in the old RAH was decommissioned upon the move and a lab has not been re-created. This means that they are unable to perform the more sophisticated 'level 1' sleep studies that are required to assess complex sleep issues that arise in the subgroups of inpatients that the nRAH is designed to care for (stroke patients and spinal cord injury patients as two examples), and they are also unable to optimally care for a range of other patients including those with chronic respiratory failure requiring nocturnal non-invasive ventilation and narcolepsy. The AMA(SA) and SASMOA both support the reinstatement of the sleep lab on this basis.
Congratulations to the newly-elected 2019 Skullduggery, Functions, MedRevue, and APY Exchange Convenors! Thank you to everyone who nominated.
Skullduggery Convenors: Issy Burdon, Brayden Cross, Isabella Nugent
Functions Convenors: Domenico Barbaro, Ellen Callisto, Bonnie Hall, Kara Nimon
MedRevue Convenors: Adriano Barilla, Carla De Angelis, Gracey Goodwin, Huy Pham, Owen Streeter
APY Exchange Convenors: Chloe Borgas, Bianca Kennedy, Henry Shaw
Keen to make some quick cash? Passionate about student education? Elsevier have launched a new platform, ClinicalKey Medical Education (CKME) as a complementary solution to a platform you may already be familiar with, ClinicalKey, that will be presented at a Year 1, 2 and 3 Discipline of Medical Education committee meeting on Monday 15th October at Adelaide Uni. You'll be compensated $100 voucher for your time (30 minute interview). If you are interested in coming along, click the link below to register your interest!
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6th Annual Symposium titled "At the Frontiers of Neuroscience: Signs and Symptoms." This meeting brings together leading industry, academic and clinical experts, with topics spanning new advances and novel target research across memory, anxiety, PTSD and mood disorders.
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.
Fancy organising a fantastic health program, letting your creative juices flow putting together Jazz Night and MedBall, running a multitalented cast for MedRevue or convening O'Week's biggest party? Applications for coordinator and convenor positions for 2019 are now open! Read on for information about how to apply. Successful applicants should attend the Handover Committee Meeting on Monday 8th October 5.30pm.
Congratulations to the newly-elected 2019 AMSS Committee! Thank you to everyone who nominated. We are proud to announce the AMSS Committee for next year: