Medical Student

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The Australian Medical Association (AMA) is the national voice of medical practitioners from all medical disciplines at every stage of their medical career.It is the only national body that serves and unites Australia’s doctors.


Our core strengths include providing doctors with advocacy, representation, workplace relations support, practice management advice and clinical tools and resources.


Our online application is your gateway to the privileges and benefits of AMA membership. Use this completely secure form to complete your application for AMA student membership.


Student members benefit from a wide range of AMA activities and services.


I am a current medical student at the University of Western Australia, the University of Notre Dame or Curtin University and wish to apply for AMA student membership. Student membership is free.


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"It is my hope that we can tackle the challenges our profession faces, united as one. If we dislike our working hours, our pay, gender inequality or low training opportunities, we can change these together. As a nurse in my previous life, I know that when a profession stands as one, people listen."
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