ICSM Heart Society are now inviting student abstract submissions for their upcoming Cardiology and Cardiothoracics Conference on Feb 4th 2017. Check out the Facebook event details to find out more.
Epoc Medical Careers Conferences, which are held in London annually, is looking for medical students to join the ‘student panel’. The event is a careers conference for A level students interested in becoming doctors. It is to be held on Saturday the 28th January 2017 at University College London, in Gower Street, WC1
The student panel (about 6 students in all) will be introduced to the A level students before lunch and will circulate and chat informally during lunch. After lunch three students will participate in a more formal question and answer session in the lecture theatre. This is a good opportunity for public speaking experience on your CV. We pay £25 to students taking part in the ‘Q&A’ session and £20 to others. We provide lunch to all. We will need students to arrive by 12:25pm sharp and to stay until about 1:35 (after lunch) or about 2:15 (after the Q&A session).
Dress code is comfortable to casual. You don’t need to prepare anything before the event – just be willing to introduce yourself, and to talk about your experiences of UCAS, interviews, your medical school and so on.
Please let Peter Scott at email@example.com know if you would like to join us with your available dates. Please contact Peter as soon as possible as there are only a few places. If you are interested in the Q&A session, please send him a current CV.
OSCE-Aid is a free and widely-used revision platform aimed at guiding clinical medical students through their OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination). It contains a vast collection of revision materials for medical students including OSCE station guides, common case presentations, communication skill notes and podcasts. It has been written by doctors for their future colleagues. OSCE-Aid.co.uk now receives over 9,000 visits per month and has more than 1,300 registered users.
Since 2013 we have also been running revision courses and have tutored circa 400 students thus far. Our peer-led one-day courses provide lectures and workshops focused on the important aspects of clinical examinations and communication skills. Our courses receive consistently excellent feedback from our students.
Interested in knowing more about your skin? Wondering what the best skin care regime for you is? Have you thought about dermatology as a career pathway?
Come to ‘The Skin & I’ being held on Monday 14th November at 6pm, Brian Drewe Lecture Theatre!
We’ll be having an expert panel, consisting of Caroline Hirons & Harley Street dermatologist Dr Ali, who will be talking about dermatology as a career and answering any skin care woes. Free dermatology handbooks will also be given out!
Interested in using innovation and design to improve health? Come to the EIT Health Innovation Day on the 19th November!
See more information on the poster here.
The Facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/EITHealthUK/ and the EventBrite is https://www.eventbrite.com/preview?eid=25240625390.
SJT: Secret for Success Webinar is designed to allow participants to become familiar with the SJT scoring system, common themes on which the exam is based, and principles which can be used to develop effective strategies when confronted with challenging scenario-based questions. The speaker, Dr Ahmad Moinie BMCh (Oxon), MA (Cantab), was in the first cohort of finalists to be ranked in the FPAS applications using the Situational Judgement Test, achieving a score of 47.5. Since then, he has taught the SJT: Secret for Success training course for three years running. On all occasions, he saw a fantastic uptake and received great feedback confirming its benefit to all attendees – 100% of last year’s attendees who left feedback said they would recommend the webinar to a friend or colleague.
The programme is being delivered as an online webinar in order to make it accessible to students around the UK. It is competitively priced at £19.99 per ticket in order to suit a student budget, making it more cost-effective than class-based courses taking place elsewhere. It will be running twice on 20th November 2016 at 12:00-14:00 and 2nd January 2017 at 12:00-14:00.
To find out more, and reserve a place, interested participants can visit the event website at:
The link to the Facebook event page (should students wish to invite their friends) is: