Saturday Receptionist Wanted

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Saturday Receptionist wanted for a private healthcare facility, located a stone’s throw from the Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, specializing in all aspects in women’s health. We are looking for a part time (Saturday cover) receptionist to support The Centre Medical Receptionist

The Centre is open 8:30am-3 pm on Saturdays, (occasional overtime is also available). Typical working hours will be 9.00am -2.00pm

The Receptionist/Meet & Greet Person is the “face” of the Centre. This is a very important role as you will be representing the company. The ability to thrive in a busy environment, while possessing a calm and friendly demeanor, with an excellent telephone manner and great customer service skills are key attributes for this role.

The main duties of this reception role include supporting the Centre receptionist in :

* Ensuring reception areas & consulting rooms are kept fully stocked and tidy

* Diary management/ booking of all appointments

* Telephone cover

* Invoicing patients at reception

* Liaising with all patients, visitors, consultants and users of the Centre

* General administrative duties such as filing, posting of letters, notes preparation

Training will be provided

Their mission statement is Excellence in Service as a habit not an Event. In return, you will be working in a highly dynamic private healthcare facility, with a very supportive and friendly team environment.

If you wish to apply, please e-mail your CV, with a letter of expression of interest to: Leila@womenswellnesscentre.com

Please view their website www.womenswellnesscentre.com

Pre Hospital & Emergency Medicine Conference

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“Oxford Pre-Hospital and Emergency Medicine are excited to invite you to our Annual Conference running over 11-12th November 2016. This two-day conference is aimed at students, doctors and allied health professionals with an interest in emergency medicine. We will explore some of the cutting edge techniques used in the field and give you the opportunity to practise these in small group workshops.

The keynote speaker this year is David Zideman, with other talks from Matt Edwards and Gary Baldwin. More speakers and details to follow soon.

The conference will be held at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, UK. Friday 11th November will be an afternoon programme of talks, followed by a full day of workshops and talks on Saturday 12th November. A black-tie dinner will be held on Friday night. Abstracts of a maximum of 300 words are being accepted for the poster competition until October 9th 2016. Please send abstracts to oxphem@gmail.com

Tickets are now on sale at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/…/oxford-university

Further details can be found at our website: http://www.oxfordtraumaconference.com

Or Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/oxfordtraumaconference/?fref=ts

Looking for ‘Senior Conference Makers’

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Do you have a passion for healthcare and technology? Would you like to work alongside clinicians and entrepreneurs at the forefront of this field? I am part of a team organising the GIANT (Global Innovation and New Technology) Health Event – a 4-day conference and tradeshow (16-19th November 2016) in London’s Southbank showcasing the latest innovations within healthcare and technology which will advance patient health.

For more details about the event please visit our website:http://www.gianthealthevent.com

We are currently looking for ‘Senior Conference Makers’ to help recruit, train and manage volunteers to work at the event. This is a paid position with flexible hours, and most work can be done remotely!

If you are interested or just have any questions, then please don’t hesitate to contact Alice at alice.vickers@gianthealthevent.com

Paid Mentoring Opportunity

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An Imperial alumni is running a medical course and require 5 people to act as mentors with role playing scenarios. These are similar to the Year 1/2 Simulated Patient sessions and all material will be provided. £15 per hour and return travel to High Wycombe will be paid
The session is on Wednesday 26th July at Wycombe Abbey School, 8.30 am to 12.30pm
Interested students should contact Husain directly at husain.khaki@doctors.org.uk

Volunteers Needed for Transthoracic Echocardiography Course

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A transthoracic echocardiogaphy (TTE) course is being held on the 14th of July for trainees in anaesthesia and intensive care in London. A few male volunteers are needed to act as ‘Echo models’.
This will involve:
* Three sessions of scanning lasting about 30-40min each ( between 10am-5pm) on 14/7/16
* Morning tea and lunch provided
* £50 for your time for the day
* The fantastic opportunity to learn a bit of anatomy, physiology and all about echocardiography in the meantime. Feedback from Echo models in our previous course was very positive. 
If interested, please contact Dr. Lloyd Kwanten by emailing kwanten@me.com or calling 07541247855.

Res Medica Submission Deadline Extended

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Res Medica, the official journal of the Royal Medical Society of Edinburgh and one of the oldest medical societies in the UK, has extended its submission deadline.

Be a part of the making of an open access and world renowned peer reviewed journal.

We welcome original articles, review articles, case reports, audits, perspective articles and

historical articles on any subject.

For more information please contact the Editor: editor@royalmedical.co.uk or visit our website.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 20TH JULY 2016

National Anaesthetics & Critical Care Conference

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Come along to the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow to immerse yourself in anaesthesia and critical care medicine through talks, debates and clinical skills workshops!

This event is open to anyone with an interest in anaesthetics and we look forward to welcoming more medical students and professionals from around the UK again this year. This is a superb chance for both students in senior years to mingle with the experts in the field to learn about this widening speciality and also for younger students to see what a career in anaesthetics could mean!

Abstracts will be accepted for poster presentation, giving you the chance to present your research at a national level and have it judged by an expert panel.

We will be announcing our speakers soon so watch this space!

To register your interest, please email glasgowanaesthetics.com with your name and we will contact you first when ticket sales open.

To keep up to date with the event details, visit our events page. Hope to see you there!

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