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  • Looney Tales – Div Panesar

    Warning. The following entry contains referencing. Vancouver referencing. For any academic students of the past or present, I apologise deeply for any flashbacks and panic attacks incited by those horrible little numbers at the end of references.   Well here it goes, the one I nearly didn’t write, the one nobody really wants to talk […]

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  • PRESS RELEASE: NZMSA seeks assurances over new School of Rural Medicine

    PRESS RELEASE: NZMSA seeks assurances over new School of Rural Medicine The New Zealand Government today announced plans to establish a new School of Rural Medicine within the next three years. Given the current maldistribution of doctors in New Zealand away from rural areas, the New Zealand Medical Students’ Association (NZMSA) welcomes initiatives to address […]

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  • MEDIA RELEASE: Medical Students support Sarah Thomson’s Legal Challenge on Climate Change

    MEDIA RELEASE: Medical Students support Sarah Thomson’s Legal Challenge on Climate Change   -START- The New Zealand Medical Students Association (NZMSA) supports OraTaiao: The New Zealand Climate and Health Council’s recent press release, and law student, Sarah Thomson’s challenge to the Minister for Climate Change issues. “It is extremely pleasing to see this action taken […]

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  • Applications OPEN for NZMSA 2018 President, Vice President and Officer Roles

      Come and Join NZMSA 2018! NZMSA 2018 Officer, President and Vice-President roles now open! We are currently looking for applications to join the 2018 NZMSA Executive and Team. This is a brilliant opportunity to work with NZMSA and advocate on relevant issues on behalf of New Zealand Medical Students. Any NZMSA member can apply for any of these […]

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  • PRESS RELEASE – Medical Students Prevented from Finishing

    Press Release – Medical Students Prevented from Finishing A recent study published in the New Zealand Medical Journal found that medical student debt is astonishingly high (1). Compounding this problem the lifetime limit on the student loans means some medical students will be unable to finish their degrees. Postgraduate students are only able to claim […]

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