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When:
25 October, 2016

Location:
Geelong Clinical School

Organised by:
Medical Research Student Association Geelong


HME402 is a magical time for the medical degree at Deakin. Exams are finished. Jobs are released. And you ride the wave that is the second half of final year - including your medical elective and ambulatory selective!

Come to learn more about the elective rotation from final years students recently returned from their electives abroad.

Speakers include:
Simone Martonhelyi - Surgery in Apia, Samoa
Emily Tay - Public Health at the WHO in Manilla, The Philippines
Sophie Hill - Emergency and Trauma in Cape Town, South Africa
Tasha Wahid - Neurosurgery via the Oxford University Electives Program, UK.
Nicole Walker - Emergency Medicine in Nepal.

Location: Geelong Clinical School Common Room/Lecture Theatre
530pm: Food by SteamPacket.
6pm: Presentations from Speakers and Sponsors.
Approx 8pm: Supper and informal Q&A with Speakers

This event is proudly sponsored by the Bongiorno Group, MDA National, MIPS, DPM, BOQ Specialist and Work the World.

For further questions, please contact Robbie Mann, Academic Chair at academic@medusa.org.au.