Check out TIME’s newest event! The Pink Piano Night is set to be a blast. Set in a beautiful heritage listed building on Wickham Terrace, Pink Piano is one of Brisbane’s best kept secrets! Come dressed in your best lounge attire, pull up a chair alongside the pink piano and sing along to your favourite piano tunes. A bar tab (2 drinks per ticket) and food will also be provided to kick the night off. Have an awesome night with some awesome music whilst supporting an awesome cause!
Check it out here: http://timeuq.org/events/pink-piano-night/
See you there!
Come join TIME for a night of talking about past travels and medical experiences around the world. Presentations will be made by upper year Med Students who have recently come home from their very own elective trips. Presenters will discuss everything from the hospital dynamics, patient interaction, and their own personal travel experiences.
After several quick presentations we will have a series of booths set up where first years will be able to talk to students who have recently gone on their own Electives.
Finally, between all this awesomeness, PIZZA will be provided! So come out and get some information that can help you make your decision for electives at the end of the year. See ya there right after Monday Lectures!”
Location: Physiology Lecture Theatre (behind Physiology Cafe)
Time: 6PM – 8PM
Date: 18th March 2013
Be there for some noms!
The Healthy Start Refugee Health Project is currently looking for enthusiastic volunteers for
our health education sessions with newly arrived refugees! If you want to gain experience
in health promotion, to develop your cultural competency skills, and to make a difference,
then this unique program is the perfect opportunity. Our first training workshop will be held
on Tuesday Ma
please email the TIME representative, Katherine Wyld, at email@example.com with your
For further information, visit the Refugee Health Project page.
Hi First years,
1. Be an advocate for TIME to other first years (this involves promoting TIME events + projects to other first years via pre/post lecture and facebook announcements)
2. Encourage first year students to join TIME
3. Be a voice for the first year cohort at TIME exec meetings by passing on colleagues’ concerns and suggestions
4. Be present at TIME events as a first year representative
If this sounds like you, please submit a statement of no more than 250 words detailing:
• How you can contribute to TIME
• Personal qualities which make you an ideal first year TIME representative
• Past experience in similar roles
Please send applications to Irene Guo, TIME secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close: Wednesday 30th January.
Please note, the successful applicant will need to become a TIME member, if they have not already done so.