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.
GPSN National Chair Sarah Bresnehan talks about local GPSN clubs, the upcoming Cultural Immersion Trip, the GPSN National Leadership Summit, GP investment, and the new semester in her latest message to GPSN Members.
We spoke to Western Sydney University (WSU) medical student Lucy Schulz about her proud Anaiwan and Gumbaynggirr heritage and what NAIDOC Week means to her.
A sense of social justice is what first drew me to the discipline of planetary health – that the poorest and most vulnerable communities, often those who have tread lightest on this earth, would be those most harmed by climate change; that future generations may be confronted by a natural world lacking in the stability…
For Dr Kate Wylie, joining Doctors for the Environment Australia felt like a natural extension of her work as a general practitioner.
With an impressive set of skills and knowledge evolving during his time at university and fostered through GPSN, 2021 GPSN Chair Alex Zheng knows that it’s the mileage, not the years, that count.
Congratulations to those commencing their journey into medicine. On behalf of current GPSN members, we welcome you to our community.
Do you want to be a GP? GPSN wants to hear the views of medical students and is offering one of five $150 MedShop gift vouchers. This survey is open to all university students currently studying medicine in Australia.
As the year ends for GPSN in 2022, I want to officially thank my National Executive team, local club chairs and members of GPSN.