Australian Medical Association Leadership Prize

Each year the ANU Medical School may offer a prize known as the Australian Medical Association (AMA) Leadership Prize.

The AMA Leadership Prize reminds students of the central role doctors can play in health leadership. The prize is sponsored by the Australian Medical Association (ACT) Ltd (AMA ACT) and awarded annually to a final year student at the ANU Medical School, who in the opinion of his/her peers, senior Faculty staff and the President of the AMA ACT has shown outstanding leadership.

 

Offered by ANU College of Health & Medicine

Overview

Each year the ANU Medical School may offer a prize known as the Australian Medical Association (AMA) Leadership Prize.

The AMA Leadership Prize reminds students of the central role doctors can play in health leadership. The prize is sponsored by the Australian Medical Association (ACT) Ltd (AMA ACT) and awarded annually to a final year student at the ANU Medical School, who in the opinion of his/her peers, senior Faculty staff and the President of the AMA ACT has shown outstanding leadership.

 

Previous winners

Year Name
2019 Cathryn Youings
2017 Ian McConnell-Whalan
2010 Stephen Peterson
2009 Grant Pegg
2007 Maurice Le Guen (Inaugural award)