AMSAtv is a new initiative for 2010 designed to inform students about issues that are facing them. AMSAtv comprises short videos, each focussing on an issue that is important for Australian medical students.
- Episode 9: International Students (August 2012)
- Episode 8: New Medical Schools (June 2012)
- Episode 7: Get a GP! (December 2011)
- Episode 6: Fitness to Practise (June 2011)
- Episode 5: Online Professionalism (November 2010)
- Episode 4: Health & Wellbeing of Medical Students (September 2010)
- Episode 3: National Registration for Medical Students (July 2010)
- Episode 2: Healthcare Reform (April 2010)
- Episode 1: Internships (March 2010)
This episode focuses on international student issues and how AMSA is advocating for them, in particular internships for international students. President James Churchill interviews Professor Lesleyanne Hawthorne, Professor of International Health Workforce from University of Melbourne about the current situation for international students. Blaise Wardle, AMSA’s International Students’ Network (ISN) Chair also expresses his views.
This episode of AMSAtv is brought to you by the Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) and AMSA GP2 video competition.
This episode of AMSAtv is brought to you by the Australian General Practice Training (AGPT). Feeling invincible? Sorry to break it you, but you’re not! In our latest edition of AMSAtv we explore some of the reasons why medical students don’t have a GP, why they should, and some tips in finding one that suits you.
This episode of AMSAtv is brought to you by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP). What is a “Fitness to Practise” policy, and why is this issue relevant to YOU as a medical student? This episode of AMSAtv addresses these questions – AMSA is looking to develop a national policy on Fitness to Practise, and wants YOUR input.
Episode 5: Online Professionalism
This episode of AMSAtv, brought to you by Health Super, examines online social networking and its implications for medical students and doctors. The issues surrounding privacy and professionalism are explored, in the context of some recent events in this sphere.
Episode 3: National Registration for Medical Students
This episode of AMSAtv is brought to you by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and outlines the impact National Registration will have on medical students in Australia.
Click here to read AMSA’s policy regarding Medical Student Registration, as passed at July Council 2010.
This episode is proudly brought to you by the AMA.