About Us

MSAND is a not-for-profit student run association advocating for the medical students of Notre Dame Australia. We represent the needs of our members, from the beginning of their academic studies on the their future medical careers.

Our History

From our humble beginnings in 2006 MSAND has developed into an organisation that now represents and promotes the intrests of over 400 medical students and a growing number of alumni, fast approaching 1000, at the Beautiful Notre Dame campus in Fremantle.

Our Achievements

In just a short Decade, MSAND has developed an impressive portfolio through which we have been able to support our students in several ways. Specifically, education, social, sport, student health and well-being, community involvement, rural health and social justice are all included under the MSAND banner.

Our Vision

MSAND’s Vision is to promote the interests of it’s members, provide social and educational opportunities to enrich the personal and professional development of students and further engage and foster relationships with other student associations and relevant professional bodies.

Our Meetings

We would like fellow Notre Dame medical students to know the points of discussion from our monthly meetings and provided below is our latest meeting minutes

July 2019 Minutes https://docs.google.com/document/d/15Q6MjrmF9TPDHAs-rD5CF_HHf6dicqw3fNTfegLY9qU/edit?usp=sharing

Get Involved

Association of Surgical Specialties
Student Society
Emergency Medicine Interest Group
Special Interest Group
General Practice Student Network
Special Interest Group
Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Special Interest Group
Physician’s Society
Special Interest Group
Rural Medicine Special Interest Group
Special Interest Group
Social Justice
Special Interest Group
Sport & Wellbeing
Health and Fitness
Teddy Bear Hospital
Special Interest Group
Special Interest Group
Volunteer Vietnam
Special Interest Group

Latest News

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