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My name is Gabrielle and I’m a second-year medical student at the University of Western Australia (UWA). I’m currently in my psychiatry clerkship, and I finished my Surgery clerkship a few weeks ago, so for today’s blog, I’ll be writing a bit about tips and tricks I’ve found helpful in starting clerkship this year!
Are you interested in studying the medicine, but curious to learn more about the student experience before you apply?
It’s a weird time. We’ve heard that a lot this year. In the craziness that has been 2020, maybe somethings didn’t go exactly as planned.
Like many students in Australia right now, coming home to Canada isn’t an option this year. So, what will the holidays in Australia look like?
The University of Melbourne has commenced a new speaker series, “Conversations on COVID-19: The Global View,” featuring Dr Anthony Fauci.
Former OzTREKKer Tracey Davidson has found her home away from home in the Flinders medicine program. She always wanted a career that would help people, and medicine seemed like a good way to achieve that goal.
There are a lot things that can make a medicine program special: faculty, other students, facilities… but probably one of the most important features of any program is the opportunities!
In this blog I hope to untangle some of that information and explore how and why I am comfortable training in Australia even though it’s not a guaranteed pathway.
Are you interested in studying the Sydney Doctor of Medicine, but you want the inside scoop on the course before you hit apply? Well, you’re in luck. Two third-year students are here to give you the low down.
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