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AMSA Medical Education Resources

AMSA Med Ed-Resources is the division dedicated to creating useful educational resources. Our aim is to be a collection of student created resources relevant to the Australian medical student. These resources are based off of our volunteers’ experiences on the wards, in the clinics and perhaps most importantly, in the exam room. All resources are checked by senior editors and doctors. They are free to access for all medical students via the AMSA Med Ed Moodle. There are four main areas of Med Ed Resources:

 

The AMSA National Question Bank

The AMSA National Question Bank is a repository of clinical questions drawn from all areas of medicine, including general medicine, surgery, paediatrics, psychiatry, obstetrics & gynaecology, and general practice. Hundreds of multiple choice questions are available with detailed answers and links for further reading. In 2019, we introduced OSCE-style questions based off commonly assessed scenarios. The Question Bank is accessible through the AMSA Med Ed Moodle: https://amsamoodle.org.au/course/index.php?categoryid=5

 

AMSA Fact Sheets

AMSA Fact Sheets are short, informative documents on general medical conditions. Whilst they can’t make you a cardiology Fellow overnight, they are excellent for brushing up on a topic and cover all the major points. Fact Sheets exist for both high yield topics as well as some more niche ones you may not find in every textbook. Fact Sheets are also available on the AMSA Med Ed Moodle (https://amsamoodle.org.au/course/index.php?categoryid=11

 

AMSA Academy

AMSA Academy is AMSA’s online learning portal, featuring educational videos and online courses on a variety of topics. It is also a key site of collaboration for different AMSA Committees, with modules from the Global Health Committee and soon the Rural Health Committee. Available courses also tackle issues of burnout, coping and student mental health. Online courses currently include:

  • Refugee Health
  • Sexual Health
  • Adolescent Mental Health
  • Coping in the Medical Profession
  • And many more!

 

Modules are available for free via the Moodle https://amsamoodle.org.au/?redirect=0.

Sign up to a course today!

 

Submitted Notes

 

Spent hours on beautiful notes, but don’t know what to do with them post-exams? Submitted Notes is happy to have them! Look below for past student notes on a variety of topics, or click the link below to submit your own.

No guarantees are made regarding the accuracy of this document. This information is provided for educational purposes only and should not be relied on to guide decision making or in the management of a real-world medical case as we cannot guarantee the accuracy of individual documents. By using this resource you agree to not hold the author(s) and the Australian Medical Students’ Association Limited liable for any loss or damages resulting from the use of the content provided.

Anaesthesia & Pain MedicineCardiologyDermatologyEmergency MedicineEndocrinology
Gastroenterology & HepatologyGeneral PracticeGeriatricsHaematologyImmunology
Infectious DiseasesIntensive Care MedicineNephrologyNeurologyObstetrics & Gynaecology
Occupational & Environmental MedicineOncologyOpthalmologyPaediatricsPharmacology
PsychiatryPublic HealthRadiologyRespiratory MedicineRheumatology
Sexual HealthSports MedicineSurgeryBiochemistryAnatomy

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