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Hi everyone! Many thanks to all of you who have applied to be part of the 2022 SMSV Committee! Round 1 results have officially be released via email, so do check your inbox if you haven't received it. 🥳In addition, we will be re-opening sub-committee applications for the following committees: - Publicity*- Unimelb* - Events- EducationThose with an asterisk are especially keen for more members, so do consider joining them to build on old skills or try something new! More information will be released end November, so do look out for our prompts then. :)) *Disclaimer: Round 2 of applications are independent of round 1, it will not change round 1 results. ... See MoreSee Less
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🥳 BUDDY LINE 2021 WINNERS 🥳Congrats to all our winners🏆! We have contacted you for your prizes. We are happy to see greater participation this year, and we hope you’re having fun and enjoying your preclins! Points are awarded based on current y2s, and prizes are to be shared with your year 1 buddies! Looking forward to seeing your participation again next year ☺️1st: Hui Miin (Y2), Chrislyn (Y1), Natalie (Y1)2nd: Yangsasa (Y2), Denzel (Y1)3rd: Tie between Leon (Y2), Kai (Y1) and Alex (Y2), Choong Kai (Y2), Sarah (Y1), Shang Ren (Y1) ... See MoreSee Less
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SMSV Alumni Teaching Series (SATS) #15: Ophthalmology for the InternBy Dr Matthew Lee ❗️When : SUNDAY (10/10/2021)Time : 🕔 5-6PM AEST/ 🕒 2-3PM SGT!Where : Tune in via Zoom 💻Meeting ID: 826 5844 8805 Passcode: 739769🔖 Lecture Subtopics:- Seeing eye patients in ED- Making eye referrals on the ward ‼️NOTE - Daylight savings has ended, time difference between SG vs AUS is 3h- This is the last SATS lecture for the year! Thank you for coming to our sessions this year and we hope they were useful for you! 🗂 Where can you find the SATS lecture slides?All lecture slides/resources for SATS will be uploaded into the SMSV Library (1+2) >> Guest Lecture Series >> Alumni Lecture Series📮 As always, don't forget to fill up the feedback form and share your thoughts on future lecture topics! forms.gle/jNJkZDyNPWMboERb7 Thank you and see you soon! ... See MoreSee Less
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Wherever the art of medicine is loved, there is also a love of Humanity.
Hippocrates (c.460-c.370 BC), Ancient Greek physician and philosopher. Hippocrates, who is considered the father of medicine, founded a medical school on the Aegean island of Kos. He had a rational approach, believing that disease was caused by physical phenomena, and not by the the gods. Artwork from the 19th century book ^IVies des^i ^ISavants Illustres^i.
Hippocrates
Greek Physician

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