Are you a budding author, poet, journalist or blogger? The first edition of [stimulus] A.K.A. [stimulus] X is well underway and we're looking for submissions from students from all years. We accept articles at any stage and are happy to proofread them for you!
ClinicalKey is the new kid on the block when it comes to awesome online resources. But just because it's new, that doesn't mean it's not fast, useful and well-resourced. (You can find out more about ClinicalKey and more using our Internet Resources Guide.)
Elsevier wants to know "how does ClinicalKey make your life as a medical student easier?" – they're looking for 1 minute video responses to that question to be entered into a competition giving you the chance to win one of three iPad minis! Read on for more details.
The South Australian Leadership Development Seminar is back for 2014! On Saturday May 17, medical students from Adelaide and Flinders Universities are invited to attend this sensational opportunity to hear from a variety of speakers, focusing on subjects that you will not necessarily be taught during med school!
General Surgeons Australia is conducting its annual Board in General Surgery Registrar’s Paper Day on Saturday 26 July 2014 at Adelaide Pavilion, South Terrace, Adelaide.
This event provides a platform for fellows, general surgery trainees, registrars and medical students to deliver their research papers in a peer group forum.
Well... actually, it's closed now. Thanks to all of you who took the time to provide your feedback. If you didn't get a chance to complete the survey, you are always welcome to provide feedback directly to your year level Ed Reps, to the Vice President (Education), or anonymously using our feedback form.
You're probably here because you want to know who won the prizes. Fair enough, we would be too. Keep your eyes peeled to the website and Facebook group and the winners will be announced in the next few days.
PresKeg starts at 7pm tonight, and is open to all members of the AMSS. If you're not a member, you can sign up tonight. Once things wrap up at the Hall tonight, we're excited to announce the official afterparty will be at The Producers Bar. We've organised plenty of $5 drink specials to satisfy even the most discerning patrons – $5 Ruskis (Bottles), $5 Johnnie Walker & Dry Stubbies, $5 Vodka mixers (house spirit), $5 Jim Beam (house spirits), and $5 Pure Blonde Pints.
Interested in public health? Do you want to win one of nine scholarships to present your work at Population Health Congress, Hobart, in September 2015?
Sign up here for the first EDgeForum of the year! Learn the technique and get the opportunity to practice venepuncture with experienced SA Pathology tutors this Thursday afternoon.
The results are in! Your Pre-Clinical AMSS Representatives for 2014 are listed below. To contact your Reps, use their University student email addresses. Thanks to all who nominated and voted in the election.
Great success! A big thank you to all those who helped out at the BBQ/bakesale either by donating time, energy, baked goods or even those present buying anything and everything.
Particular mention must go to Jill Brooking's brownies and mudcake which both sold out faster than Batman's unexplained return to good health in the Dark Knight Rises (spoilers, but you probably should've seen it by now).
Have you heard of the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine? Maybe you have a copy? And maybe it's as worn out as mine! So what's news? The 9th Edition of OHCM has just been released – you can the new edition at 20% off the retail price with free shipping until Friday, April 4th. Go to www.oup.com.au/ohcm9e and enter ohcm9e at the checkout to get the discount.