Finals Revision Crash Course – 18th/19th February

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A completely free finals crash course is being held at St George’s university on 18/19th February. This will be taken by an ex-BSMS student currently working as a teaching fellow in London. More information can be found on the facebook event here.

Final Year Dermatology Crash Course

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Imperial College Dermatology Society presents a crash course for finals!

Continuing on from its success year on year, here is an event NOT TO MISS for all final year students! The crash course will be taught by our honorary consultants Dr Alam & Dr Anjum.

The crash course will cover:

– How to examine and describe skin lesions for finals
– Common dermatology shorts with management
– Tips on how to ace the dermatology section in finals

FREE dermatology handbooks will be given out and refreshments kindly provided by our sponsors, MDU and MPS.

Dr Alam is a dermatology consultant in West Middlesex Hospital whilst Dr Anjum is a dermatology consultant in Chelsea & Westminster Hospital. Both of them have immense experience in teaching and as examiners.

Date: Wednesday 8th February, 6pm
Location: Glenister Lecture Theatre, Charing Cross Hospital, Hammersmith

We hope that this will be useful to you all.

Essential Haematology Day

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Essential Haematology Day is being held on 25th February at St Thomas’ Hospital, London.

The programme will include a series of tutorials and talks covering haemolytic anaemias, malignant haematology focussing on myeloma, transfusion, venous thrombo-embolism and bleeding disorders.

Professor Barbara Bain, Professor Beverley Hunt, Dr Tim Littlewood, BSH President, and Dr Shubha Allard will be our speakers on the day as you will be able to see in the programme attached.

Registration fee is only £20 and includes lunch, refreshments and lectures handouts.

More information can be found here.

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.’

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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 ( is a free website for your OSCE revision.