The AMSS APY Exchange is a student run program allowing medical students from the University of Adelaide to volunteer in remote Indigenous communities of the Anangu Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara region of South Australia.
Thank you to all who nominated for positions in the 2018 AMSS Committee. We are proud to announce the AMSS Committee for next year:
Following the 2017 AGM and Online Election for the 2018 Committee, the following positions on the 2018 AMSS Committee are still yet to be filled:
Nominations for these positions will be accepted by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with your Full Name, Year Level and a 100-word nomination.
All received nominations will be posted on this webpage after 5PM each day. If there are no contestants or objections to the nominees listed on the page after 5 business days then the position will be awarded to the listed nominee by default.
Following up from the success of last year's Annual General Meeting (AGM), the AMSS is once again using online voting, but just note there are still some changes for 2017!
Additional MedBall tickets go on sale Tuesday August 1st. We've got some important info on how ticket sales will be run. Want to maximise your chance of getting a ticket? Find out how by clicking read more!
Considering undertaking an Honours year in 2018 or later? Interested in getting involved in research but don't feel like you know how?
The AMSS celebrates excellence in teaching, which is why we'd like to say a huge congratulations to Prof Hubertus Jersmann who was awarded the AMA(SA) Medical Education Award for 2017 at the AMA Charity Gala Dinner.
The Australian Institute of Management holds an annual Leadership Excellence Awards (now in its 27th year). The awards showcase individual stars who have made significant impacts and contributions to their community and organisations.
The Student category recognises the most successful young leaders enrolled full-time in an undergraduate, post graduate or vocational qualification.
ACUR 2017 - The Australasian Conference of Undergraduate Research, Wednesday 27th to Thursday 28th September hosted by the University of Adelaide.
ACUR is a national conference, allowing students from all over Australasia to network and present their research in a conference setting, with the prospect of winning fantastic prizes. The organisers are currently asking students to register their expression of interest for the event.
ANZAHPE 2017 – Australian and New Zealand Association of Health Professional Educators Conference, Tuesday 11th to Friday 14th July 2017, Adelaide Convention Centre.
The Don Dunstan Foundation is organising the Ad Mental Event on Wednesday 5th of April at Elder Hall, as part of Public Health week 2017.
This fun event will be hosted by comedian Greg Fleet, and will feature a ‘pitch session’ where local advertising agencies develop a short TV advertisement answering the question of what the equivalent prevention message of Slip, Slop, Slap for Cancer Prevention is for mental health.