ICSM Ophthalmology Society would like to invite all medical undergraduates to the Duke Elder Prize Revision Course. The Duke Elder Undergraduate Prize exam happens once a year in medical schools throughout UK. This exam is a great starting point for anyone considering ophthalmology as a career. Comprehensive cover of all relevant topics + PAST PAPER QUESTIONS to gear you for passing the exam + FREE revision guide!
Our much loved careers fair is back for another year, providing you with a complete look at possible career paths in medicine.
We will have over 50 specialist stands to visit, representatives from Royal Colleges, as well as lectures giving you an insight into key specialties.
We hope you will gain all the information you need to help you choose your specialty, and learn more about what it entails.
Alongside the stands there will be freebies, entertainment, refreshments and a free prize draw.
Register now to secure your free place and ensure you receive all the information you need to help you with your chosen career path.
For more information please visit the RSM website.
By popular demand, we are back for our fourth summer conference!
Open to all doctors and students with an interest in medical education – lunch and coffees included, as well as a chance to try out UCL’s latest tech, gadgets and apps over a glass of wine after the conference!
Who: Teaching fellows, trainees and doctors or students interested in medical education
When: Wednesday 22nd October 2014, 13:30 – 17:00
Where: The Whittington Clinical Skills Centre, Magdala Ave, Greater London N19 5NF
Cost: £25 (limited number of free student places)
MDL1, Sir Alexander Fleming Building
Introduction to a Career in Cardiothoracic Surgery
Revise the Anatomy of the Heart with Individual Dissection
Learn Specialist Suturing Techniques and Practise on Ovine Hearts
Learn Through Operative & Anatomy Videos
For any queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear Final Year Medical Student,
We are organizing an OSCE Preparation Day for the final year OSCE, to be delivered by core trainees and foundation doctors.
The aim will be to run through core examination stations to better prepare you for what to expect on the day.
We require TEN volunteers for a PBL tutor training session and you will be asked to take part in a mock PBL session. Afterwards you will be asked about your views regarding the facilitation – what was good, what could have been improved etc. Your input is greatly appreciated – workshop participants usually say it was the best part of the workshop! The workshop will take place in room 5 in the Seminar and Learning Centre (SALC) at South Kensington Campus.
Each student will receive a £15.00 iTunes voucher and free tea, coffee, biscuits, cakes and fruit!
We’re collaborating with Manchester Medical School in this study on Social Media in Medical Education.
The objective of this survey is to capture information regarding the current practice of medical students on social media. In addition, this survey aims to explore whether social media can be used for educational purposes.
The findings collected will contribute to a better understanding of social media’s role in medical education. Furthermore, opportunities for social media integration into the medical curriculum could be explored.
This survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete:
If you are planning on attending on 18th October, please fill the form out so all can be catered for.