Views from the top of the medical student tsunami


Young Australians’ dreams of being doctors are at risk of being exploited by opportunistic universities and short-sighted political point scoring, writes Victoria Cook, Vice-President of the Australian Medical Students' Association.

It’s a tumultuous time to be a medical student. As Macquarie Medical School opened its doors, and the Murray Darling Medical School proposal resurfaced, last week medical students across the country called their MPs with concerns.

But new medical schools won’t be graduating doctors