On September 11th, Dr Nick Talley, co-author of the OSCEs bible, ‘Clinical Examination’, presented a talk at the Society of Medical Innovation and Technology’s inaugural event: Innovation in Health Speaker Night. “Variety,” Dr Talley believes, “is the spice of life”. Whether he’s returning from an international medical conference in Washington D.C., attending gastroenterology clinics at […]
**Check out KJ’s Krackups part I here on page 48! Guess who’s back, back again? KJ’s back, tell a friend (that I do Med). Yes that’s right y’all I’m back for another award winning edition of KJ’s Krackups. If this is your first time joining us, boy are you in for a treat! There have been […]
On the 11th of September Dr Armando Hasudungan, a successful online medical educator, presented at the Society of Medical Innovation and Technology’s inaugural event: Innovation in Health Speaker Night. Read our interview with him below! Transforming how medical students learn, one hand-drawn tutorial at a time From the nitty gritty of biochemistry to the beauty […]
AMSA National Council #3 On the 21st to 23rd of September, 153 medical students from across the nation gathered at the third and final Australia Medical Students Association (AMSA) Council of 2018. Held at the University of Melbourne, it was the perfect opportunity for student convenors to present the outcomes of their events and initiatives, […]
When Breath Becomes Air is the heart-wrenching but unforgettable autobiography of Dr Paul Kalanithi, a young neurosurgeon who was forced to face death as both a patient and a doctor when he was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. The book explores questions about life, legacy and medicine in a deeply personal way which brings a […]
Jess Redmond, current 5th year, tells us about AMSA, medsoc, mental health and more. On a national level, she has been involved in the AMSA executive, GHC 2016, NLDS 2017 and the AMSA Mental Health Campaign. More locally, she has made waves in her role as a Charities officer, Blue Week Convenor, UNMS President, Clinical […]
On the 5th of September 2018, Dr Nikki Stamp presented a keynote address as part of the JMP’s 40 Years of Medicine Lecture Series. Here’s what transpired.