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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.

The Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA) calls on the new Western Australian government to increase medical student internships and specialist training opportunities in areas of workforce shortage.
AMSA MEDIA RELEASE: New Western Australian Government must fix medical training pipeline The Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA) calls on the new Western Australian government to increase medical student internships and specialist training opportunities in areas of workforce shortage.
The Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA) has joined prominent organisations and members of Australia’s scientific communities supporting the Victorian Climate Change Bill 2016, due to be voted on in Victorian Parliament
MEDIA RELEASE: Prevention Is Better Than the Cure - AMSA Signs on to Climate Change Action The Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA) has joined prominent organisations and members of Australia’s scientific communities supporting the Victorian Climate Change Bill 2016, due to be voted on in Victorian Parliament
A diverse group of 40 signatories representing Western Australian health professionals, religious leaders, farmers, renewable industry experts, environmentalists and unions are today launching a joint statement calling on all parti
AMSA signs onto joint statement calling for prioritisation of climate change in WA election A diverse group of 40 signatories representing Western Australian health professionals, religious leaders, farmers, renewable industry experts, environmentalists and unions are today launching a joint statement calling on all parti
The Senate Inquiry into Medical Complaints Processes in Australia was conducted during 2016. This inquiry accepted written submissions and verbal testimony.
Bullying and Harassment in Medicine – AMSA’s Response to the Senate Inquiry The Senate Inquiry into Medical Complaints Processes in Australia was conducted during 2016. This inquiry accepted written submissions and verbal testimony.
President of the Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA), Elise Buisson, will today be providing evidence regarding bullying and sexual harassment in the medical workforce to a Senate inquiry into the medical complaints process.
MEDIA ALERT: AMSA to give evidence at Senate Inquiry into medical complaints process President of the Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA), Elise Buisson, will today be providing evidence regarding bullying and sexual harassment in the medical workforce to a Senate inquiry into the medical complaints process.
The Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA) is once again running its annual blood drive, Vampire Cup, in conjunction with the Australian Red Cross Blood Service.
PRESS RELEASE: Medical students aim for a blood flood to save thousands of lives The Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA) is once again running its annual blood drive, Vampire Cup, in conjunction with the Australian Red Cross Blood Service.
Hundreds of medical students have rung their Federal MPs, urging them to end the offshore detention of asylum seekers.
PRESS RELEASE: Medical students unite against offshore detention Hundreds of medical students have rung their Federal MPs, urging them to end the offshore detention of asylum seekers.

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