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Anne Davis in one of three HDR Representatives for the School of Medicine and Psychology.
The John James Foundation has been a long time supporter of medical students at ANU.
Medical students, based in Bega, participated in the Pambula Melanoma Awareness Day.
Devashi's choice to do her elective in Fiji was driven by her curiosity to understand essential and emergency surgical care in a resource-poor setting.
A student led seminar was organised to teach future doctors about activism in healthcare.
Pabasara Hettiarachchi enjoyed a new level of autonomy during her international clinical placement and enjoyed it immensely.
Austin Tan found the fast pace of the Singapore medical system an adrenaline rush and learned that placing yourself in a patient's shoes leads to the best...
Catherine came away from her international placement with a clarity about how she wishes to practice medicine.
The small island of Vanuatu offered many learnings for Clair, both educational and cultural.
Arvind's placement led to deep learning about the differences between the medical systems in Indian and Australia.
O-week activities for our medical students were back to pre-pandemic levels with lots of opportunity to socialise.
ANU Enagement and Success Manager and PhD scholar, Sarah Walker, discusses why orientation week is so important.