GPSN Boosts Online Connection to Student Members

General Practice Students Network
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
5 March 2012

GPSN boosts online connection to student members

General Practice Students Network (GPSN) has boosted its online connection to future GPs by unveiling its new website to its 7,000 members across Australia.

GPSN, which is an initiative of peak GP advocacy organisation General Practice Registrars Australia (GPRA), launched its enhanced and more user-friendly website (gpsn.org.au) this week.

GPSN Chair Chris Timms says the new site is informative, educational, inspirational and interactive, while offering a one-stop-shop for students interested in a general practice career.

“It brings all 20 university medical clubs together, provides a platform for networking and offers useful resources to support students’ education,” Mr Timms said. “It helps students to meet others who are interested in becoming a GP.”

“The new site is youthful and fun — just like GPSN. The website is the premier virtual hub for students wanting to kick-start their medical career.”

Navigating through the site, students will discover a variety of exciting features, including a nifty earnings calculator, information about events, blogs, photos, competitions, and individual university club pages.

GPSN is a national student-run organisation that seeks to foster interest in general practice and promote it as a specialty of choice. There are active GPSN clubs in medical schools at all 20 university campuses across Australia. GPSN has over 7,000 members.

Visit gpsn.org.au

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For media enquiries contact:
Laura McGeoch, GPRA Communications and Publications Manager
Phone: (03) 9629 8878; email laura.mcgeoch@gpra.org.au


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