The University of Queensland


• Towards International Medical Equality •


Upcoming Events

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TIME Red Party
15 September 2018

As part of the national RED Aware Campaign and in an effort to raise awareness and funding for HIV/AIDS, TIME is hosting the UQ chapter of the RED Party!

Held this year at Heya Bar in the Valley, rock up in your finest RED cocktail attire and enjoy arcade games, live music and a bar tab.

Be sure to indulge on our signature RED cocktail as money from every sale goes towards our chosen charity for this year: Queensland AIDS Council. This is a community run advocacy group helping the mental and sexual health of LGBTI Queenslanders and decreasing stigma around HIV in Australia. Their projects include running an HIV and STI testing clinic in Hervey Bay and providing educational sessions about the prevention of transmitting HIV.

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18 SEPtEMBER 2018

TIME and TROPHIQ presents the 2018 Indigenous Health Seminar!

To all future health professionals who are interested in a career in Indigenous Health, come join us in learning more about Indigenous Health from our range of speakers from different areas of healthcare!

Also, enjoy a great performance from Torres Strait Islander dancers, while feasting on some free food and drinks!

The event is free! Come and enjoy a great night!

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25 AUGUST 2018

To be a member of the Executive Committee or the Board of Directors is a challenging, inspiring and rewarding experience, and one that truly will enrich your medical career. It represents a unique opportunity to contribute to global health advocacy and equality, as well as develop your own personal capacity to make a positive impact on the medical community and communities abroad. Applicants of all backgrounds are welcome! It is NEVER too early to get involved with TIME, as it is a learning experience for us all.


Our Projects

TIME projects play a vital role in our mission to advocate global health equality. The projects are run with different central themes - Maternal Health, Refugee Health, Indigenous Health, Green Med, The Medical Aid Project, and our Partnership with the Bairo Pite Clinic. 


Make a Difference

TIME is the University of Queensland’s global health society of over 850 students and alumni members, with exposure to over 2500 students and health professionals. We are unique in that we unite medical students, allied health students and junior doctors who are brave, creative and intelligent; driven to tackle the challenge of health equality.

If you believe in our cause and would like to play a part in promoting global health education and delivery around the globe, please support us by making a donation.  


Get Involved

If you wish to join our fight towards the establishment of equitable healthcare at home and abroad, then wait no longer and get involved with TIME today!

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