Meet your incoming National Chair for 2024
What an incredible year it has been – I thank all of you who have played a part, however small, in one of our events across the country this year.
A final-year student at Griffith University in Queensland, Caitlin Rutherford-Heard has overcome numerous challenges in her journey to becoming a doctor.
The Victoria/Tasmania Statewide Collaborative event finally came to light in the latter portion of August with a jam-packed day for participants and teachers alike!
GPSN Leadership Summit. Being part of GPSN – my highlight of medical school. Getting involved in your local club for 2024. Being part of the National team for 2024
In the world of medicine, where dedication and compassion are prerequisites, Tasmanian medical student Isabella Curran stands out as a shining example of a future healthcare leader.
Sarah Bresnehan offers insight into events, leadership council, and the new semester in her latest message to GPSN Members.
Born and bred in the rural New South Wales town of Young, Harrison is passionate about a career in rural general practice, not only fuelled by his ambition to improve the lives of fellow rural Australians but equally driven by the opportunities he believes it provides for personal growth.
In late July, GPSN ran its annual First Steps event at the University of Notre Dame, with more than 70 medical students from all over NSW in attendance to hear about the GP career pathway and learn valuable clinical skills.
Medical students from all across the east coast embarked on the journey to Yarrawarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre for GPSN’s 2023 Cultural Immersion retreat.