Share your thoughts and win! Do you want to be a GP or not? The General Practice Students Network (GPSN) wants to hear the views of medical students on general practice.
With the acute shortage of doctors in regional and remote areas, the resounding success of GPSN’s key event meant more than ever this year. From 22-24 July, students at Farm Stay 2022 had the opportunity to experience the variety of practice and generosity of lifestyle that is offered in rural Australia. Taking place on the…
The first Indigenous Cultural Immersion Trip was held at Yarrawarra and led by Alex, from the GPSN Working Group, and Lucy, in her own community at Corindi Beach on the NSW North Coast.
By Saleha Khan. 2022 is shaping up to be an exciting year for GPSN, with our clubs hustling to get quality events out to medical students.
We asked three members of the National Executive about their hopes moving into the profession, challenges they would like addressed and why they chose general practice.
GPSN First Steps is an annual event that allows medical students from all over NSW to hear about the GP career pathway and learn valuable clinical skills.
The calls made by Senator Hughes have far-reaching ramifications that discourage the future of Australia’s GP workforce from the profession.
Check out the recap on some of the amazing events run by GPSN clubs for O-week in 2022.
By Saleha Khan. We are extremely delighted and want to congratulate you on embarking on this lifelong journey as doctors.
Roma is the largest town in the Maranoa Region, in the heart of Queensland approximately 500km north-west of Brisbane. With a population of 8 000, Roma Hospital is part of Queensland’s South-West Hospital and Health Service and its primary catchment area accounts for over 15 000 people.