The UQMS Ordinary General Meeting will be held on Thursday 21st March at 6:30 pm at the ES Meyers Lecture Theatre, Mayne Medical School, Herston.
Please note that all roles at OGM will be elected, regardless of what is specified on the Position Description. Thus, for all roles please provide a 100-word candidate statement and fill out Form 1: Single Nomination for Election or Form 2: Group Nomination for Election and submit to Electoral Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information see http://uqms.org/elections/ or contact email@example.com.
*** The EXCEPTION TO THIS is 2020 ES MEYERS CONVENORS, which remains an appointed role. Applications for this role should be submitted as per the position descriptions – with the application and Form 4 Group Nomination for Appointment sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.***
Feeling lonely, confused and unsocial during the beginning of med school? Well here’s a weekend to help you change all that: MED CAMP 2019! Make new friends and have a
Feeling lonely, confused and unsocial during the beginning of med school? Well here’s a weekend to help you change all that: MED CAMP 2019! Make new friends and have a fun weekend away from all the stress of your first few weeks! We have a huge, all inclusive weekend planned exclusively for first years! Fully catered meals Two huge social nights with alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages provided A day of fun friend/team building games An afternoon of water activities including a slip n slide Cabin accommodation for you and your mates And for the competitive side in us all: the CAMPylobacter Cup! What is the CAMPylobacter Cup? You will be allocated into a team for the weekend and all activities accumulate points for your team! The winners are announced on Sunday morning, with prizes to be won! Not a huge drinker? No problem! This weekend is for everyone and there are many activities throughout the day AND night that do not focus on alcohol. Alcohol will only be provided at the social events at night and not throughout the day. Don’t worry if you don’t have a car. Carpooling to camp is a great way to make friends! Member tickets: $130 for 2 nights/$60 for 1 night Non-member tickets: $190 for 2 nights/$120 for 1 night (includes $60 membership fee) Tickets available on Wednesday, February 13 via QPay Date: March 1-3, 2019 Location: Lake Moogerah, QLD VOLUNTEER sign up (not for first years): https://goo.gl/forms/GC5SSt2F9jvS9hGQ2
Incision UQ invites you to the 12th annual Amazing Surgeons Conference, to be held on Monday, March 4, 2019, at the TRI Auditorium at 6PM. This is an extremely exciting
Incision UQ invites you to the 12th annual Amazing Surgeons Conference, to be held on Monday, March 4, 2019, at the TRI Auditorium at 6PM. This is an extremely exciting opportunity to hear from a range of distinguished surgeons in our community. Join us for an evening of insights into a life in surgery, career pathways, and the different surgical specialties. Whether you’ve always dreamt of being a surgeon, or are just exploring, don’t miss this chance to listen to their experiences first-hand and to ask questions afterwards. Speakers will be announced in the near future.
Tickets are free! You can grab yours at: http://amazingsurgeons-event.getqpay.com/
If you have any questions regarding the event please don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com .
What a spicy opportunity! Come to share your opinion on a range of issues, and how AMSA should be advocating for medical students across Australia! There of course will be
What a spicy opportunity! Come to share your opinion on a range of issues, and how AMSA should be advocating for medical students across Australia! There of course will be abundant pizza, and even more abundant chances to shape AMSA policy!
AMSA is the peak representative body for Australian medical students, and uses governmental collaboration, media outreach and open communication between medical schools to make changes that impact you as medical students.
Current issues include the following:
Medical Student Registration and Mandatory Reporting
National Barrier Examination
Student Income Support
Universal Health Coverage
Global Food and Nutrition
Sexual Health and HIV/AIDS
So come along, have some pizza, and share your thoughts!
Clear your calendars - on Sunday, March 10th the Ashintosh Foundation is hosting their first Coffeehouse of the year! Hosted at the Black Bear Lodge, this is a fantastic opportunity
Clear your calendars – on Sunday, March 10th the Ashintosh Foundation is hosting their first Coffeehouse of the year! Hosted at the Black Bear Lodge, this is a fantastic opportunity to come and hear your fellow medical students jam on guitar, sing soulful soliloquies, and play piano pleasantly, all for a fantastic cause!
Also, did we mention FREE BARISTA QUALITY caffeination? Other drinks will be available for purchase as well! The UQMS charity, The Ashintosh Foundation, is a health promotion charity who raise funds for eligible community charities, and support many community outreach and social events throughout the year.
So if you like music, charity, mates, or all of the above, this is the event for you!
Tickets are $10 and can be bought on Qpay, at the door, or online at https://coffeehousei2019-event.getqpay.com/?fbclid=IwAR2pF-O9E4ncwTznNVYnTL9RuJ4cURM32IuCsTOvv0XzvUDUkiTMdkbw89Q!
Performers can now sign up at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfouDt3s3BL2lBirz0anXNgRx4ggHjKNhuPD4indQIZ2g6c_w/viewform
This event is targeted at students with little or no suturing knowledge, but is a great opportunity for all students (Phase 1 or Phase 2) to learn various basic suturing
This event is targeted at students with little or no suturing knowledge, but is a great opportunity for all students (Phase 1 or Phase 2) to learn various basic suturing techniques, and polish up on their suturing skills!
Be sure to get in quick, as this is always a sell out event! Tickets will be released online on March 6th at 6:00PM at https://basicsuturingworksho-event.getqpay.com/
Date: 14th March 2019, Thursday Time: 7:00PM-8:30PM
Location: Health Science Building, Herston
Price: $5 for Incision UQ members
This event is proudly sponsored by our platinum sponsors: Avant, BOQ, and Walshs.
Queensland Medical Jazz is back for 2019, and we’re warmed up and ready to blow you away!
Come see our favourite small band gig, Old Time Jazz, at Lefty’s on March
Queensland Medical Jazz is back for 2019, and we’re warmed up and ready to blow you away!
Come see our favourite small band gig, Old Time Jazz, at Lefty’s on March 16 from 2-6pm.
And for those unfamiliar with QMJ, we are a not-for-profit group of dedicated medical students and doctors, who run several musical events throughout the year. All proceeds are donated towards towards Ashintosh Foundation initiatives in health promotion and education.
Tickets are available at: https://premier.ticketek.com.au/shows/show.aspx?sh=TIMEJAZZ19&v=LMH&fbclid=IwAR34TR82VR_OnNlwXBVrVfUdX6dbtgTtmGF50Ed077FNFKMfDMjDWm89WO8
It's that time of year again, the Ordinary General Meeting - where OGM Election Results are announced and where you catch up with what UQMS has been up to
It’s that time of year again, the Ordinary General Meeting – where OGM Election Results are announced and where you catch up with what UQMS has been up to since the AGM.
On top of the usual fanfare, the 2019 OGM is a special opportunity to farewell and thank Professor Pearn for all he has done for UQMS as he hands over the reigns of Patron to Dr Jenny Schafer. You can see our full agenda here.
So if you’re running for a role, if you are sad to say goodbye to Professor Pearn and excited to welcome to Dr Schafer, or even if you just need a free dinner, we hope to see you at our OGM on Thursday 21st March 2019.
***VOTING HAS OPENED***
All members have been emailed a unique, electronic ballot. If you have not received yours please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to have your say! Or vote in person at the OGM!
We hope you are ready for Incision UQ's March Journal Club! The topic is on Orthopedics/Upper Limb Reconstruction, and it features Dr. Mark Ross, who specializes in the upper limb.
We hope you are ready for Incision UQ’s March Journal Club! The topic is on Orthopedics/Upper Limb Reconstruction, and it features Dr. Mark Ross, who specializes in the upper limb. He is a founding member of the Brisbane Hand & Upper Limb Research Institute (bhulri). This group is made of researchers and healthcare professionals dedicated to improving the diagnosis and management of hand and upper limb conditions. Visit upperlimb.com/research/studies to see a few of their exciting projects!
Come join us to listen to Professor Ross on cutting edge breakthroughs in upper limb and hand surgery. We are also still in need of a journal club presenter – so if you are interested, please let us know!
(Tuesday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Translational Research Institute
37 Kent Street, Woolloongabba, Queensland, Brisbane,