The Australian Medical Students' Association Limited and state AMSA entities comply with the Privacy Act 1988. Please refer to the AMSA Privacy Policy to understand our commitment to you and information on how we store and protect your data.

×

AMSA News

The Australian Medical Students’ Association’s call for public universities to be prohibited from offering full fee places to domestic students has been strengthened with the unanimous passing of policy at its recent Counci
MEDIA RELEASE: Full fee medical degrees unfair on students and Australian health system says AMSA The Australian Medical Students’ Association’s call for public universities to be prohibited from offering full fee places to domestic students has been strengthened with the unanimous passing of policy at its recent Counci
Read through AMSA's national publication here:  
AMSA Panacea Volume 51 Issue 1 Read through AMSA's national publication here:  
AMSA's President Rob Thomas​ addressed the AMA's National Conference, highlighting mental health, student welfare, medical teaching and the working towards changing the culture of medicine.
AMSA President Rob Thomas' Address at the AMA National Conference 2017 AMSA's President Rob Thomas​ addressed the AMA's National Conference, highlighting mental health, student welfare, medical teaching and the working towards changing the culture of medicine.
Medical students call for action on doctors’ mental health amidst the national campaign #crazysocks4docs. 
AMSA: Odd Socks Trending to Raise Awareness Medical students call for action on doctors’ mental health amidst the national campaign #crazysocks4docs. 
AMSA echoes the AMA’s call upon the Australian Parliament to end the protracted public debate on same-sex marriage by legislating for marriage equality.
AMSA Supports Marriage for All Australians AMSA echoes the AMA’s call upon the Australian Parliament to end the protracted public debate on same-sex marriage by legislating for marriage equality.
The Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA) welcomes certain elements of the federal budget, but is concerned by the government’s lack of investment in medical education.
Medical Students: Budget a missed opportunity for medical workforce investment The Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA) welcomes certain elements of the federal budget, but is concerned by the government’s lack of investment in medical education.
On March 24th-26th, over 200 students met in Brisbane for the First National and Global Health Councils of the year.
AMSA National Council 1, 2017 Report On March 24th-26th, over 200 students met in Brisbane for the First National and Global Health Councils of the year.

Pages