Free SJT Course

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Worried about the SJT? So were we.

Not sure how you should be preparing for it, or if you should be preparing at all? We know the feeling. That’s why we decided to design and host this free course with a little the help from the Director of the North East Thames Foundation School. Meducate is run by doctors who have been there before, and understand the lessons that students need to learn to progress successfully.

The Foundation Programme SJT is not like most tests you will have sat before and whilst it can’t be revised for in the usual way, there are definite strategies and logical rules you can apply that will allow you to maximise your score. Based on the official SJT question domains, the Meducate SJT Preparation Course will provide you with the tools to improve your score and ultimately improve your chances of securing your top choice foundation jobs.

Ophthalmology Events

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Annual Student and Trainee Ophthalmology Conference 2014

When: Sat 6th Dec 2014
Where: Royal Society of Medicine, London
Poster Presentation Abstract Deadline: 15 Nov 2014
To register:

Practical Skills for Future Ophthalmologists 2015
When: Sat 28th Feb 2015
Where: Moorfields Eye Hospital, London
To register:
Ophthalmic Trainees’ Group Symposium
When: Sat 22nd Nov 2014
Where: Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

Perspectives in Education

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From Resilience to Brilliance in5 steps: how to be smarter, happier, stronger, more fun to be with, achieve greatness and better quality of life – without trying to do any of those things

MC Schraefel
Professor of Computer Science and Human Performance, University of Southampton
Thursday 13 November 2014
Lecture Theatre G34, Sir Alexander Fleming Building
South Kensington Campus

For more information please visit the registration page.

Medical Finals Revision Day

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Please see poster for information.

Imperial Immortals

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The Imperial Immortals are the American Football team at Imperial.

  • Current London Conference champions
  • National semi-finals in the 2013/14 season
  • Coached strength and conditioning sessions
  • Vibrant social scene including Sports Night and other socials with cheerleaders

No previous experience required.
Non-medics and Medics team.

For more information see poster.

Books For Sale

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Ex-Imperial medic wanting to sell old textbooks.

Essential Cell Biology
Kumar and Clark (5th edition – big one!)
Pharmacology – Rang/Dale/Ritter
Beginners Guide to Blood Cells
Junior Doctors Guide
Crash course Cardiology, Neurology, Pathology
Essential Endocrinology (Laycock)
Obstetrics – 10 teachers
Gyaecologyy – 10 teachers
O&G Impey 2nd edition
Paediatrics Lissauer
Basic Science in O&G (MRCOG Part 1)
How to pass MRCOG Part 1
Oxford Handbook (cheese and onion) 7th edition
Leukaemia Diagnosis
Dewhursts O&G textbook

For more information please see poster

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.

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.

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.