Medical training opportunities in southern regional Australia highlighted as new website launches
Medical students and trainees seeking to study and work in southern regional Australia now have a direct line of sight as to where they can study, what specialty pathways are available, and the benefits of studying and working across hundreds of
Alumnus Dr Christopher Hardy's address to 2020 medical graduates
Congratulations Class of 2020!!! Not only have you graduated university, but through a global pandemic as well. The fact that you are here today is a testament to your dedication, hard work, and adaptability in times of uncertainty; all factors that
New UCAT centre in Gippsland improves medical entrance exam access for aspiring doctors
Gippsland secondary school students wanting to study medicine now have the option of sitting the crucial University Clinical Aptitude Test (UCAT) locally rather than traveling to Melbourne, thanks to a partnership between the Monash University
New rural-based medical program to address Australia’s rural doctor shortage
Monash’s new rural end-to-end medical program welcomed its first students last month, marking a major collaborative push by a group of seven universities to immerse medical students in rurally-based training.
New Graduate Courses for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences to boost COVID-19 recovery
We are very excited to announce that we have four new Graduate Certificate courses that have been awarded Commonwealth Supported Places (CSPs) as part of the federal government’s Job-Ready Package.
MNHS Alumna Dr Skye Kinder features in The Age
Dr Skye Kinder (Monash Biomedical Science (Honours) graduate) - psychiatry registrar at St Vincent's Hospital, Vice President of the Rural Doctors Association of Victoria and Victoria's Young Australian of the Year in 2019 - has
Gippsland welcomes back Monash medical students
After a year most would rather forget – medical students have been returning to Monash Rural Health sites in Gippsland since the 25thof January.
What universities are doing to address the rural doctors crisis: opinion
The Weekend Australian article ‘Doctors crisis’ (Jan 30-31) draws attention to the significant challenge of addressing the shortage of doctors in rural and regional Australia.