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Advocacy Report – May 2017

The Advocacy Team within GUMS endeavours to support students during their medical studies by acting as a voice for them, by streamlining their concerns to staff and hospital representatives. In this way, we hope to address student concerns, ranging from learning and assessment to making......

Murmur

The latest edition of Mumur is out now! Check it out below. To download the PDF version, click here. For a full resolution (printable version), please email n.zhu@gums.org.au...

AMSA Council 2 Report

Griffith’s tradition of Hawaiian Fridays morphed into Tropical Thursday for AMSA Council 2, held in Townsville from the 29th of June to the 2nd of July. We were represented by Maddi Taylor, Doug Roche, Tyron March and Paddy Owens. It was a highly productive council,......

AMSA Council 1 Report

In April, GUMS sent five representatives to AMSA Council 1.  AMSA Council is held three times a year, and is where representatives from every med school in Australia meet to discuss policy and the management of AMSA itself. Held in Sydney over three days, Council......

GUMS Medball

Medball 2018 was an incredible success with over 300 medical students packing into the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre for a night of glitz, glamour and celebration. Entertained by fire twirlers and served wine by stilt walkers, this was a night to remember! Thank......

Humans of Griffith Medical School

Sometimes it’s easy to think that all medical students are the same and spend all day studying. But everyone has a unique story. You would never be able to guess what people have been through simply by looking at them. Some people have come from......

Conference Reimbursement Scheme

The Conference Reimbursement Scheme is our way of helping GUMS members attend the conferences that they are interested in. Registration, travel and accommodation for conferences can often be expensive and prevent students from attending. The Reimbursement Scheme involves students applying with a d escription of......