Share your experiences in the new AMAQ Student-Only discussion forum
AMA Queensland has just launched a new Student-Only forum on Queensland Doctors’ Community (QDC) for student members to have peer-to-peer discussions on issues that are uniquely relevant to you, including tips for medical school exams/OSCEs, advice on best study resources, where to get mental health support if needed.
The forum is designed to bring all students closer and allow you to create networks across Queensland.
The new student-only forum gives you the opportunity to discuss challenges, seek support, share ideas and experiences, ask advice, pose questions, and connect with other student members.
Have your say today!
Congratulations to Samuel Rigby who received the AMA Tasmania prize in late 2019. The prize is awarded to a student who, at first attempt, passes all the units of the final year examinations of the course for the degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery and who obtains the highest aggregate mark over these examinations.
AMA Tasmania prize recipient Samuel Rigby pictured with Prof. John Burgess
TUMSS President Address:
Meet your new president of the Tasmanian University Medical Students’ Society (TUMSS), Ms. Brittany Kay.
“As you will soon discover, we have an incredibly close-knit and active medical student community. Our door is always open – we will be your helping hand whenever you need it, your listening ear for any concerns, and your biggest supporters for any achievements”. Read More
The ANU Medical School Leadership prize is awarded annually to a final year student. In the opinion of peers, senior Faculty staff and the President of the AMA (ACT), the recipient has shown outstanding leadership throughout his/her med school years.Congratulations goes to Cathryn Youings, the winner of the 2019 Student Leadership Prize.
The AMA NT team received wonderful feedback following their second Student Breakfast Club. The event aims to provide medical and clinical science students the opportunity to learn from and connect with practicing physicians in the NT within an informal setting.
“I really enjoyed getting guidance and advice from extremely knowledgeable clinicians who have already been through the entire process. Learning the importance of clinical experience, patient advocacy, and work-life balance particularly as to how it relates to the Northern Territory” - Samuel, 2nd year medical student.
Published: 14 Feb 2020