About William Osler
Called the ‘modern father of medicine’, William Osler was born in Canada in 1849. Perhaps his greatest contribution to medicine was the idea of medical residency, where doctors in training make up much of a hospital’s medical staff. Famous quotes of Dr Osler’s include: "He who studies medicine without books sails an uncharted sea, but he who studies medicine without patients does not go to sea at all,” and, "If you listen carefully to the patient they will tell you the diagnosis," which emphasises the importance of taking a good history.
This bursary is awarded to students deemed by MedEntry staff as the best contributors during the UMAT workshops. The application for the award must be received at least one week before the applicant attends the workshop.
This bursary is available to one student from each of the following regions: NSW, Vic, QLD, WA, SA, Tasmania, ACT, NT, North Island of NZ, South Island of NZ.
Up to $500.
Information/documentation required to apply
- Proof of enrolment in a MedEntry UMAT course
- Evidence of contributions made