Enthusiastic and proactive Medical Student required to assist busy medical secretaries in varying specialities during peak times and annual leave over the student holidays. The role is based at a HCA hospital in central London. No direct experience necessary but must be quick learners and demonstrate good administrative skills, including audio typing and familiarity with medical terminology. Competitive hourly rate. Please contact Chloe.Merali@HCAHealthcare.co.uk.
The BDIAP offers up to five grants per year to support undergraduates undertaking a BSc, or equivalent, in Pathology as part of their undergraduate career. Such a BSc will normally be undertaken in departments of histopathology, cellular pathology or cytopathology in universities, medical schools, NHS laboratories or research institutes in the United Kingdom or overseas. Applications, including proposals for work on research projects in pathology, should be submitted by the end of May 2015 and will be considered by the education and IT subcommittee of the BDIAP. The grant will normally be for a maximum of £15,000 pounds sterling and is primarily to support living expenses and university fees during the year of study rather than bench fees.
At those medical schools where intercalation is mandatory (Imperial, Oxford, Cambridge and UCL), the BDIAP will offer two grants of £3,000 each.
Further information and an application form are available on the BDIAP website at www.bdiap.org.
We are exploring medical students’ experiences of the role of simulation in preparation to becoming junior doctors. We believe that you can make an important contribution to this study by telling us your simulation experience through a short interview at Imperial College Campus.
We would like to invite you to participate if you are:
- Final year or 5th year Imperial College medical student
- Have previous experience of simulation of acutely unwell patients
Please contact Phui Yee Wong at email@example.com if you are interested.
The first **FREE** Meducators Revision Course EVER!!!
ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW IN OBS & GYNAE COVERED IN OUR QUESTION-BASED REVISION COURSE:
*CRACK OBS & GYNAE* – May 23rd and May 24th 2015
Revising for exams? Trying to solidify your knowledge by reading 20 books a few weeks beforehand?? NOT a good idea – questions are key!!!
The Meducators revision courses will:
- Teach you ALL that you need to knowthrough question-based format…
Saturday 2nd May 2015
Robin Brook Centre, St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London
Who is this day aimed at?
This day is aimed at any medical student interested in medical education
Aims of the day
- To engage students with a basic amount of educational theory
- To give students a chance to practice their teaching skills in workshops with a supportive environment
- To expand the knowledge of students on how education fits into their careers
- To give some insight into the future of medical education