Neurosurgery UG Synopsium

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A neurosurgical symposium is being held on 25th February, 0930 – 1500, Southampton General Hospital and features 3 fantastic speakers and a burr-hole drilling workshop.

New Year, New You? Unproductive Christmas? Why not kick off your New Year resolutions by finding out more about a career in neurosurgery!

Neurosurgeons have the privilege of working in one of the most anatomically beautiful spaces, where the stakes are high.
In collaboration with the neurosurgical trainees and consultants at Southampton General Hospital, we bring you Southampton’s first Undergraduate Neurosurgical Symposium.

This is an exciting opportunity for around 30 students to explore a career not featured in the BM4/5/6 courses, network with trainees and leaders in their field, and partake in stimulating small group workshops and teaching. All for only half a Saturday. What’s not to love… This year we have a burr-hole drilling workshop for those technical ones amongst you.
We have 3 fantastic speakers confirmed, who will share their years of experience and outline what it takes to succeed in such a demanding, but rewarding, speciality.

Mr Ryan Waters – Consultant in Paediatric Neurosurgery and Neurotrauma.
Mr Aminul Ahmed – Academic Neurosurgical Fellow – MB PhD graduate and interests in stem cells for TBI.
Mr Sam Hall – Neurosurgical Trainee – Southampton alumini and founder of NUNC.

The day will round-off with an invaluable opportunity to network with trainees and neurosurgeons.
Watch this space for itinerary updates and information about ticket releases. This is an event not to be missed by anyone with an interest in neurosurgery, neurology or neuroscience.’

FB Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/169687203513112/

Business School Recruitment Event

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Interested in doing a degree at the Business School next year?
Imperial College Business School are holding a recruitment event – details of it are as follows:
Title: Business School Recruitment Evening
Audience: Imperial College London undergraduates of all faculties
Date: Tuesday 31 January 2017
Time: 18.00 – 21.30
Location: Imperial College Business School, LG Foyer

Annual Restore Elective Prize

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ANNUAL RESTORE ELECTIVE ESSAY PRIZE 2016-2017 IN PLASTICS &
BURNS RESEARCH DEADLINE FAST APPROACHING: 31st JANUARY 2017

This annual competition is a fantastic chance to develop your portfolio,
enhance your knowledge of burns and plastic surgery and win a cash prize
of £1000, and a runner up prize to help with your elective.

The competition is open to all medical students who are registered at UK
medical schools and are within one year of beginning their elective
placement.

This year the essay title is “What is the evidence that a scar can
affect someone psychologically?”

Link to the website; and the terms and conditions available here:

Essay Prize 2016-2017 Now Open


https://www.restore-research.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/160825_Essay_prize_terms_final_v3_2016_2017-JP.pdf

For ANY QUERIES and SUBMISSION POINT: essayprize@restore-research.org.uk

Invitation to ‘The Osler Club of London’

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I am writing to extend an invitation to your students to the Osler Club of London, on behalf of our president, Richard Osborn.

We are a medical society and hold meetings monthly at the Royal College of Physicians in Regents Park. The format is drinks, talk and a dinner (for which there is a charge) open to members and guests, but what may be of most interest to students is that they may as non-members attend our evening events, which is a chance to mix with senior figures in the medical world. Drinks are served at 6.30pm followed by a talk from 7pm – 8pm, for which the current cost is £5, ideally book one week in advance as space is limited.

Our speaker, on 12th January, is Pankaj Chandak, winner of the RCP Norman Tanner medal, ““From Bench to Bedside – the important legacy of Lord Lister in modern day translation”, anyone interested should book by this weekend or email to enquire at later notice.

Following, on 2nd March, is Lady Rose Cholmondeley on “The Death of Chopin” .

For more information or to book a place, email the club at oslerclub@gmail.com. Further details of the club are on our website www.osler.org.uk.

OSCE Aid Course

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Calling all Final Years! OSCE-Aid Finals Revision 2017 Courses:

Sunday 15th January (1 day) 08:30 – 18:30

Saturday 11th February (1 day) 08:30 – 18:30

Location: The Education Centre, Whittington Hospital, Archway.

Our team of junior doctors will improve your examination style, enhance your interpretation of physical signs, and develop your presentation skills. The day is split into half a day of fast-paced lectures covering common cases for your long OSCE and half a day of small-group workshops covering important topics for your short station OSCE. Book your ticket today here or search ‘OSCE Aid’ on Eventbrite

Early bird tickets £40 (book before 18.12.2016)

Tickets otherwise £50

*Buy with a friend and receive £10 off of each ticket!* OSCE-Aid (www.osce-aid.co.uk) is a free website for your OSCE revision.

FY1 Ready Course

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FY1 Ready Course is a simulation-based course for final year students on preparing to be a Foundation Doctor, common pitfalls and how to avoid them.

It will be held on Saturday 21st January 2017 10.00 to 16.30 at the Star Centre, Harefield Hospital

The Course Fee is £25 and is limited to 12 applicants only
Apply online here.

Finals Revision Day – Feb 2017

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The Royal Society of Medicine are hosting a Clinical Investigations Day for Finals on Saturday 11th February. Find out more on the poster below.