Introduction to Clinical Medicine

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Dear Students,

Clinical medicine can be a daunting prospect for new medical students, with several examinations to learn and apply prior to their end of year examinations. Coming straight from the classroom to the ward can be challenging. Often it can be difficult to adjust to this new way of learning and picking up information.

We are offering a course to bridge classroom and ward based teaching with a structured full day teaching programme targeted towards new clinical students across London. 

Street Child Big Sleep Out

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Street Child would like to invite you to our Big Sleep Out event on 1st November 2014 in support of our Ebola Crisis Appeal. This will be a night where our supporters spend a night on the streets to raise money to help those who desperately need it and we are looking to recruit as many people to this event as possible, which is where you come in.

Radiology Course

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Job Opportunity

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MCS Projects Ltd are seeking to recruit a team of medics and dentists who will be responsible for leading workshops at ‘Medical Challenge Day’ events across London. The events are aimed at students in Years 10/11 with an interest in studying Medicine at university.
We are looking for students with good communication skills, and preferably with teaching experience/ working with young students.
Medical Challenge Days take place on several Wednesday afternoons/ early evening. Students will be paid £7.50/ hr and full training will be given.
If you are interested, please email your CV to by 24th October 2014. For those that worked on the Medical Challenge Days last year and are hoping to work again this year please get in touch through the same email address.

SJT Preparation Course 2014

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Location: Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, Gleeson Lecture theatre, lower ground floor

Dates and times:

Sunday 26th October 9:30-3:30pm

Sunday 16th November 9:30-3:30pm

Sunday 23rd November 9:30-3:30pm



The only SJT course you need to help sky-rocket your FPAS score! The SJT exam is the final opportunity to drive your points up and we believe our course will do exactly that! We’re two foundation year 1 doctors who sat the SJT exam just last year and went to pretty much every course running – and feeling very out of pocket!

We both got our first choice deaneries including North West Thames and South Thames deaneries and jobs; Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and Epsom General Hospital. Having accomplished an SJT score in the top 3% of the country and studying the exam in depth, we believe that we can provide you with the best information running to get the top marks.

Where Do New Medicines Come From?

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On Friday 7th November the Royal Society of Medicine is holding a free event for medical students entitled ‘Where Do New Medicines Come From?’. For more information please see the event page.

How the Fruit-fly Transformed Biomedical Science

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Dear staff and students,

I am writing to invite you to the lecture: How the Fruitfly transformed Biomedical Science, by Professor Philip W Ingham, Vice Dean for Research and Toh Kian Chui Distinguished Professor at the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine in Singapore on Wednesday 5th November at 5.30pm.

Professor Ingham has been at the forefront of genetic and developmental biology research over the last three decades. This has included furthering our understanding of the genetic control of cell-cell signalling in the embryos of Drosophila and zebrafish and the roles “hedgehog” proteins play in human development and varieties of cancer. In 2007 he was elected an Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and, in 2014, was awarded the Waddington Medal by the British Society for Development Biology for outstanding research performance as well as services to the subject community.

Please register by online form for catering purposes.

ICSM SORA National Conference

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Thinking about getting involved in research? Considering the Academic Foundation Programme?

Future Academics In Healthcare‘ is a golden opportunity to gain insights from world leaders about their own experiences of research. With workshops tailored to give you the skills and inspiration to take on academic pursuits it shouldn’t be missed!

With lunch included and the Science Museum providing FREE liquid nitrogen ice cream, get your ticket early to avoid missing out.

Duke Elder Prize Revision Course

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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!