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  • Application for 2019 Officer and Executive Officer Positions Open

    We are currently looking for applications to join the 2019 NZMSA 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 roles, and some people may choose to apply for more than one of […]

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  • The Admission Note – Joshua Smith

    Josh Smith is one of the amazing house officers joining the blog this year. Based in Palmerston North, he’s passionate about medical education, and emergency medicine. The Admission Note A twenty-something year old male Presents, tachycardic and pale On a Monday morning in mid-November For a reason he can’t quite remember. He says the last […]

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  • Conference 2019 Bids Open

    Bids for conference 2019 have opened! If you think you and your team think you have the passion and ideas to run a conference, then now is the time to start putting your application together! Convening a conference is a fantastic opportunity to build your professional and team skills, and add an amazing entry to […]

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  • Lessons in Wellbeing from Medical School

    Dear Reader, I am honoured and humbled by this opportunity to share some of my experiences and reflections from my medical school journey. As a current TI, I like to think that I am slightly wiser than I was as a preclinical student. I hope that my stories will be something that can provide you […]

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  • PRESS RELEASE: Student Loan EFTS Cap Not Included in Budget 2018 

    The New Zealand Medical Students’ Association (NZMSA) and Te Oranga (Māori Medical Students’ Association Aotearoa) are deeply concerned the cap on student-loan borrowing was not addressed in Budget 2018. “It was Labour, Greens and NZ First election policy to reinstate borrowing beyond the current limit. It is disappointing to see this new Government, in their first […]

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