The AIDA Student Representative Committee (SRC) represents AIDA’s Indigenous medical student members by presenting advice and ideas which benefit all Indigenous students.
The SRC provides advice to the AIDA Board on medical curriculum, Indigenous medical student support, research and cultural safety and has input into AIDA’s policy and advocacy work. Additionally, the SRC represents AIDA at their universities, communities and on a national level.
Each SRC member is elected by their peers to be a voice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander medical students at their respective universities and form a collective to advocate on issues and matters important to our membership.
The SRC is chaired by the Director (Student) who is elected by AIDA student members for a tenure of twelve months.
Nominations and eligibility
Active AIDA Indigenous Medical Students can self-nominate OR nominate an active AIDA Indigenous Medical Student Member from their University by submitting an online webform here. The nominee must agree to their nomination. Each member may nominate one Indigenous medical student member of AIDA from their medical school campus.
See here for more information about the Role and Responsibilities of the SRC.