Medicine Summer Schools – Tutors Wanted

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Debate Chamber is a small education company running non-exam oriented academic Summer Schools for students aged 15-18.

The subjects we cover include Philosophy, Politics, Economics, International Relations, History, Classical Civilisations, History of Art, English Literature, Law, Mathematics, Physics, Medicine and Dentistry. You can take a look at our courses here –

We’re a little different to other tutoring or admissions companies, in that we don’t coach students to pass their school exams, or finesse their interview technique. Instead, our events focus on building on students’ intellectual curiosity and desire to explore academic material in a more sophisticated way than is often available to them at school. We encourage students to explore material more independently, pursuing their own interests and questions, rather than trying to second guess the desires of an examiner, interviewer or teacher.

We are looking for fourth and fifth year medics with excellent subject knowledge and strong communication skills to teach some introductory medicine topics to classes of bright and motivated secondary age students. The courses will take place at weekends in July and August and are held at University of London venues.

The rate of pay is £145 per day. We require Tutors to hold or apply for a DBS check (we can help you to do this).

If this sounds like something that would interest you, then please send your cv and cover letter to Jessica Harvey-Smith at  We will be holding interviews over the next few weeks.

Imperial College Global Medical Brigade

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There will be another info session regarding our medical brigade to Honduras this Friday, 13th May at Reynolds.

All are welcome to drop by and have their questions about the brigade answered

New Gazette Issue

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The new issue of the Gazette is now available on our website here

This is our second expanded issue of the year (as we are now printing 2 expanded issues rather than 3 shorter ones), and we hope you enjoy reading!

Also the ICSM Gazette is now recruiting! If you would like to get involved with the medical school magazine through writing, taking photos at ICSM events, or joining the Gazette committee then please get in touch with us.

If you are thinking about running for committee then you can read all about the roles available on our blog here
Our AGM will be on Monday 16th May, and there are several positions you could go for! Please get in touch with us at if you have any questions.

Job Opportunity

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There’s a vacancy to be part of an exciting venture. This is a great opportunity for any student wishing to get experience in lecturing and bolster their CV.
Medschool admissions is a successful startup company who specialise in providing courses to help students apply for Medicine and Dentistry. We are looking for the above person to drive the company forward alongside Dr Kamali and the existing senior partner. Our management are a small close-nit group but you will working with a network of tutors and school liaison staff nationwide to deliver a high quality service.
We pride ourselves on our strong background in evidence-based techniques drawn from a research paper conducted by Dr Kamali. In our first year we had a turnover of over £15,000 and expect this to grow quickly. There is huge potential for our company as we are the only provider of courses with a peer-reviewed research paper to back our work.
Position: Partner
Essential Requirements:
1. 3rd, 4th or 5th year medical student.
2. Very strong IT background (website design, social media etc.)
3. Located in London (Ideally near our headquarters in the Royal London Hospital Medical school.)
4. Hard-working, reliable, proactive, energetic.
If you are interested please email the manager at
DShortlisted applicants will be invited for interview prior to appointment.
Please visit our website for more information:

Regional IME Student Ethics Conference

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Leicester’s Medical Ethics Student Society (MESS) is pleased to invite you to the Regional IME Student Ethics Conference, to take place in our new Centre for Medicine on Saturday 11th June.

The theme this year is ‘Politics in Medicine’,  a topic that we are sure will encourage vigorous debate, given the current climate.

We hope to offer a varied and involving day; including debates, student-led poster and oral presentations, a plenary lecture from Professor Jose Miola on ‘Lord Sacchi’s Medical Innovation Bill’ , and a choice of workshops which will allow delegates to debate the issues directly.

It will be a fantastic opportunity to learn about, discuss and question the current political and ethical issues facing healthcare today, and meet like-minded medical students!

The event costs £10 to attend.

To book your place at the Event go to:

Please also follow the Facebook event, to keep up to date with the latest news:

Would you like to prepare a Poster or Oral presentation for the Conference ?

We will be accepting submissions for poster or oral presentation abstracts to present at the conference until the 30th April 2016

Please prepare an abstract of 200-300 words and include a summary of your chosen topic.

This need not be directly related to politics and medicine,  but should be within the confines of Medical Ethics or Law based topic.

There will be a prize for both best oral and poster presentations!

Submit your abstract to:

Finally,  if you have any inquires feel free to contact us on:

Pan-London Surgical Audit Day

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Location: Sherman Centre, Guy’s Hospital
Time: 9am to 1pm, Thursday July 14th 2016.
Prizes will be awarded for the best posters and oral presentations.
Accepting all abstracts in Word format, no longer than 250 words.
Surgical audits and quality improvement projects must be done in hospitals within the Thames Foundation School catchment area.

All Abstracts and registration should be sent via email to no later than May 27th.

Due to the generous sponsorship of Ethicon, and Royal College of Surgeons, the event will be free of charge to delegates.


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The Refugee Health Conference, Saturday 23rd of April, Green Templeton College, Oxford

The flight of refugees from Syria and North Africa has been called the greatest humanitarian crisis of our time, and it shows no signs of slowing down; UNHCR has just appealed for another half million to be resettled over the next few months in Europe. Rather than just watching helplessly as it unfolds, we offer you an opportunity to educate and involve yourself with the challenges ahead as this vulnerable population arrives to our shores. What particular health care needs do they have? What barriers to health care access do they face? How are the children affected in the long term? What can I do now, practically, as a medical student?

Saturday 23rd of April, 9.30am-5.30pm
Green Templeton College

Lunch is included!

Book your (free) tickets on, or find out more on