Now that you know about your electives… hear about what comes next at the annual Internship night! This evening will provide you with what your internship year will consist of, the application and selection process and what consultants are looking for in an intern! There will also be speakers who …
We liase between the students and the faculty, curriculum development and management, educational seminars, information evenings and academic events to make sure you get exactly what you want from your course.
Your Medical School
Your MedSoc is involved with other societies (such as PhysSoc and SurgSoc) for charitable, social and academic events. We aim to establish mentoring and peer support programs, as well as create opportunities for students to participate, volunteer and network in different arenas of the healthcare profession.
We understand the challenges that students face and therefore aim to encourage a holistic approach to medicine via programs that address academic, financial, social and physical and mental health matters. We also aim to enhance inter-university relations.
The MSSBU is part of the Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA), an organisation that represents all medical students at a national level. The MSSBU AMSA representative provides opportunities for Bond medical students to engage in conferences, workshops, educational and leadership projects run by AMSA both nationally and internationally.
Take control of your upcoming medical electives with this opportunity to meet a wide range of speakers, hear their experiences and have your questions answered! And a few words from out sponsors (MDA, MIPS, BOQ Specialist & Work the World) Speakers: – Dr. Jane Smith – Dr. Karan Singh (London) …
MSSBU Cookbook was proudly compiled by our Community and Wellbeing Officers of 2014 and 2015. Please click on the link below for more information – MSSBU-Cookbook-Edition-1
Check out photos from the event on our facebook page. MSSBU Presents Health and Wellbeing Week: Mind Your Own Stigma What do we mean by “us and them?” “Normal and abnormal?” “Disabled and able?” “Healthy and unhealthy?” We want to encourage Bondies to challenge the barriers associated with the labels …
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