The 2013 Monash Leadership Development Seminar will be held on Saturday 10 August 2013 at Monash University Caulfield.
Applications are now open and close on Monday 15 July 2013 at 8:00PM. Please refer to the below document for further information.
Following discussions with the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, MUMUS has released the following statement with regards to the creation and distribution of verbatim exam transcripts. We thank our members for their understanding.
Nominations are now open for a number of preclinical positions on MUMUS and MUSIG (Monash University Surgical Interest Group - a MUMUS subcommittee) for 2013!
MUMUS Preclinical Positions
Year 1 Academic Representative who is responsible for representing the Year 1 cohort to MUMUS and the Faculty with regards to academic matters. They will also help MUMUS with publicity while organising academic events (eg. revision lectures) for their cohort.
Year 1 Social Representative who is responsible for organising social events for their cohort, including Pleasant Friday Evenings. There are many social activities organised by MUMUS in 2013 and the elected person will be required to promote and help organise many of these also. It is ideal that the elected person is over 18 when voting closes as they will be required to organise events at venues serving alcohol. If they are under 18, their age will be made clear to voters.
Junior AMSA Representative is a new position in 2013 and is open to students in both Year 1 and Year 2. The Junior AMSA Representative is responsible for representing and promoting AMSA on campus. They will be required to aid the current AMSA representative (Grace Cowderoy) in their tasks and goals for the year, including ThinkTank and other local AMSA events, being involved in policy discussion and drafting and promoting national AMSA events (Convention, NLDS, GHC).
MUSIG Preclinical Positions
Please see the attached document below (you must log-in to the site first) regarding a number of positions for Preclinical students in Years 1 & 2 including Preclinical Secretary, Social Media Representative and Preclinical Central Representative (3 individual representatives from each year level).
MUMUS Year A Representatives
Want to be part of the biggest medical student society in the country and make sure the voice of your year level is heard? Then why not nominate to be the Year A Academic or Social Representative in 2013!
There are two positions available:
Year A Academic Representative who is responsible for liaising with students, MUMUS Committee and the Faculty regarding any academic issue that may arise for Year A students throughout the year. In 2013, the Academic Representative will also be organising a number of revision and academic events for Year A students specifically.
Year A Social Representative who is responsible for organising social gatherings and end of exam parties for the Year A students as well as any other activity they see fit for their year level. In 2013 you will be provided the power from MUMUS to take this to even better realms!
MUSIG Preclinical GMS Representatives
MUSIG (Monash University Surgical Interest Group) is a subcommittee of MUMUS and run excellent events for all students, especially those interested in a career in surgery. MUSIG is looking for two Year A students (students must run as a pair) to be the Preclinical GMS Representatives in 2013. The roles of the position include:
Organising on-campus (Churchill) surgical skills workshop
Duties that may be involved - submitting a workshop proposal to relevant staff members; liaising with relevant on-campus staff, MUMUS treasurer, surgeon volunteers etc.
Act as primary liaisons for on-campus staff
Promote MUSIG events to preclinical cohort using all avenues (Facebook, Moodle, advertising during lectures etc.)
Organise videoconferencing for MUSIG events as appropriate
Skype for meetings/attend as appropriate
Assist with other MUSIG events as appropriate
In order to receive a letter of recognition for the position held, all committee members must:
- Maintain regular email contact with the committee
- Attend all full committee meetings
- Adequately fulfil all of the duties of their position as outlined in the MUSIG position descriptions
- Take full responsibility for their individual event
- Assist with other MUSIG events as appropriate
- Attend all MUSIG events as appropriate
An evaluation of your service will also be included in your letter of recognition.
For more information on how to apply, check out the MUSIG Election 2013 documents here.
Nominations close Saturday 16 March 2013. Voting for all positions will open Sunday 17 March 2013 and the winners will be announced by Sunday 24 March 2013.
Congratulations to our new Clinical Site Liaisons for 2013:
The best week of your medical degree is nearly here and MUMUS has you covered. Here you will find all the goss for the amazing activities we have planned for you and more! For the most up-to-date information and to join in the conversation, follow @your_MUMUS on Twitter. Don't have a Twitter? Now is the best time to sign up and start Tweeting with your fellow meddies!
The Week Ahead
FMNHS - Official Dean's Welcome
MUMUS O'Week Stall
MUMUS International & Interstate Forum
MUMUS Future's Forum
1:30PM - MUMUS BounceINC Event
MUMUS Slurpees & QandA
Ignite Half The Sky Screening
A Guide To The Events
Where - Building 32, Lecture Theatre E3
When - 1:15-3:30PM
Why should you attend? - an amazing list of prominent, world-reknowned guest speakers have been lined up to talk to you about Medicine and the life you can expect. Why wouldn't you want such a fabulous insight into your chosen career?
MUMUS O'Week Stall
Where - Lemon Scented Lawns behind Campus Centre
When - 11:00AM-1:00PM
Why should you attend? - calm that nervous excitement of your first day at uni by meeting some friendly people who were just like you 12 months ago. Merchandise (limited stock) and tickets to MedCruise and BounceInc will also be available for sale so bring some cash. Plus there are plenty of freebies!
Where - Meet on the Biomed Lawns
When - 11:00AM-12:00PM
Why should you attend? - There are prizes to be won! Plus you get the added bonus of an adventurous introduction into medicine and the Clayton campus.
What to wear? - Comfortable shoes!
Where - Biomed Lawns
When - 12:00-2:00PM
Why should you attend? - Stock up on free pens at the one-stop shop to learn about all the Monash medical societies and sign up for Free medical indemnity insurance.
Where - Victoria Star at Dock 9, Central Pier, Docklands
When - 7:00-11:00PM
How to get tickets? - http://www.trybooking.com/Booking/BookingEventSummary.aspx?eid=42950
Why should you attend? - An amazing event loved by every year level to come through Monash in the past decade. When you are the Cardiology registrar you will still be raving about the MedCruise you attended in first year med school. True story.
Interstate & International Student Forum
Where - Building 13A, Lecture Theatre M3
When - 11:00AM-1:00PM
Why should you attend? - If you are from rural Victoria, interstate or overseas, come along to listen to a number of fellow students in higher years speak of their experiences living away from home including a huge range of tips about Melbourne.
Ignite Global Health's Half The Sky Screening
Where - Rotunda Building, Lecture Theatre R7
When - 7PM
Why should you attend? - Run by Ignite & VGen, you are sure to be inspired watching this film discussing gender equality worldwide and how you can help. A great introduction to Ignite Global Health as a Monash medical student society.
Where - 2 Weir Street, Glen Iris, VIC 3146
When - 1:30-3:00PM
Why should you attend? - An excellent social event for everyone, including those who can't make it to MedCruise due to age restrictions.
What to wear? - Clothes you can jump on multiple trampolines in & SOCKS!
Free Slurpies & QandA Session
Where - Building 64, South One Lecture Theatre
When - 5:30PM
Why should you attend? - Straight after your transition event, come grab a free slurpee and chat to your super-friendly MUMUS representatives about all things Monash Med.