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Get Involved: Opportunities with AMSA

Interested in getting more involved with AMSA and its day to day business?

Well, you have a few options:
  • Join your local subcommittee - contact your AMSA Rep to find out when your local sub-committee is meeting next, and be a part of policy discussion, event promotion and much more
  • Nominate to become your uni's AMSA Rep - contact your AMSA Rep or local Med Soc to find out about the nomination process
  • Be part of an AMSA Executive Bid - click here to read more about the process of running a bid to become AMSA's next National Executive Team
  • Be part of the National Convention or GHC Executive - click here to read more about the process, and when these big events will be visiting your state
  • Respond to one of the active callouts for positions below.

Active callouts AMSA has a number of positions currently available for interested students. Please see below for a list of these positions, a brief description of what they involve and links to more detailed role descriptions and instructions on how to apply. Most positions, unless otherwise specified, require submission of a 2 page curriculum vitae and 500 word cover letter.

As new medical students across the nation begin medical school this week, the Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA) is calling for federal, state and territory health ministers to finally fix mandatory reporting laws.
AMSA calls for action on mandatory reporting laws as new students begin their training. As new medical students across the nation begin medical school this week, the Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA) is calling for federal, state and territory health ministers to finally fix mandatory reporting laws.
Media ReleaseTuesday, 16 January 2018AMA plan gives junior doctors the chance to stay rural
AMA plan gives junior doctors the chance to stay rural Media ReleaseTuesday, 16 January 2018AMA plan gives junior doctors the chance to stay rural
The Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA) has called for assurances that the health and wellbeing of asylum seekers on Manus Island are being protected. 
MEDICAL STUDENTS CALL FOR HEALTH AND WELLBEING ASSURANCES FOR MANUS ISLAND ASYLUM SEEKERS The Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA) has called for assurances that the health and wellbeing of asylum seekers on Manus Island are being protected. 
The Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA) today announced a policy that provides in-principle support to voluntary assisted dying (VAD).
Students Support the Concept of Voluntary Assisted Dying The Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA) today announced a policy that provides in-principle support to voluntary assisted dying (VAD).
The Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA) welcomes the announcement of Professor Paul Worley as Australia’s first National Rural Health Commissioner.
AMSA: Students welcome the announcement of first National Rural Health Commissioner The Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA) welcomes the announcement of Professor Paul Worley as Australia’s first National Rural Health Commissioner.
The tragedy of Australian Medical students’ suicide is being highlighted this week by the launch of National Blue Week coinciding with National Mental Health Week.
Medical Students Stress the Importance of Mental Health in Light of Recent Suicides The tragedy of Australian Medical students’ suicide is being highlighted this week by the launch of National Blue Week coinciding with National Mental Health Week.
The recent incident of two medical students falling victim to alleged sexual assaults at Royal Darwin Hospital is part of a much broader issue says the Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA).  
AMSA: Lack of clear reporting structures continue to fail students The recent incident of two medical students falling victim to alleged sexual assaults at Royal Darwin Hospital is part of a much broader issue says the Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA).  

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