She pointed to me – “Who’s this?” He said “Man.” That moment was crushing.
What does it take to be selected for surgical training, who makes it, when do they make it, is it worth it? Continue reading Surgery By The Numbers
A quote that has resonated with me: ‘you can have it all, but not all necessary at the same time’ and that’s something I’m content with. Continue reading Motherhood in Medicine
When asked about how they found GP placement, students’ responses often fall into one of two groups. It was either “the best thing ever” or “unfortunately, very boring”. So, how can you optimise your chances of loving your GP term? Continue reading Making the Most of Your GP Rotation
Staff working conditions are very much student learning conditions. Continue reading The Workers United: A Student Perspective on the UNSW Strike
So, the question is, does listening to music help or hinder study? Continue reading Music and the Medical Student Mind
With nearly 3 million Australians living with depression and/or anxiety, there is compelling evidence that therapy may exist in our own backyard. Continue reading The Unexpected Joys of a Backyard Remedy
If something is not done, then asylum seekers that do achieve refugee status may indeed prove to be the troubled health burdens that uninformed Australians paint them to be. Continue reading Offshore Detention Health Crisis: ‘Grinding men to dust’