A Day in the Life of a Doctor: Medicine Experience - Oxford, King's, UCL

Saturday  11 May  2019  7:00 AM    Saturday  11 May  2019 1:00 PM
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Are you considering studying medicine?
Come and see what it's really like to be a medical student at Crimson Education's very first Medicine Experience Day at UCL!
Hear from current UK medical students about their experiences and tips and tricks on mastering the admissions process - including the interview and UKCAT/BMAT
Learn clinical skills, including suturing
Solve real diagnostic challenges
Designed for high-school students interested in medicine, this is a unique opportunity to speak 1 - 1 with doctors and medical students, gain valuable 'inside knowledge' on the admissions process, and learn valuable medical and surgical skills.
The Medicine Experience Day will include:
Medical School – An Introduction
Career in Medicine (career timeline, specialties)
Medicine Admissions Pathways
Real medical case scenario
Day in the Life of a Medical Student
Doctors Experience Workshops (clinical skills, surgical skills, case- based learning)
Comprehensive and unique tips on successfully gaining admission into medical school delivered by recent medical school entrants.
The opportunity for 1:1 Q&A with doctors and medical students
While this event is aimed at prospective medical students, parents and family are strongly encouraged to attend.
Date: Saturday 11th May 2019
Time: 12:00pm - 6:00pm
12 - 1pm: Break
1pm: Seminar + Doctors Experience Commences
Location: UCL, Pearson Building, UK
Cost:
£50 - Single Student or Parent - Seminar + Doctor Experience
£80 - Parent + Student - Seminar + Doctor Experience
£120 - Family Pass (Up to 4 People) - Seminar + Doctor Experience
Speakers:
Katie | Oxford University
Originally hailing from Surrey, Katie is a fourth-year medic at Exeter College, Oxford University. When asked about her favourite aspect of Medical School Katie states “The variety! From patients to pathology to presentation, every day is different.” Outside the hospital, Katie is a talented author who is a current writer for the world-famous Oxford Med School Pantomime and was previously involved in student journalism. Despite all this Katie also enjoys a game of fives!
Facilitator:
Dr James | Oxford University
James graduated from Otago University with a Medical Degree in 2016 – where he was awarded the top prize in General Practice. Following graduation James worked at Auckland City Hospital as a Junior Doctor for two years. He is also a top level cricketer having played first grade cricket in Auckland and Christchurch.
James has an interest in healthcare systems and management which is why he is currently at Oxford University studying toward a Master’s in Global Health Science. His spare time is largely spent at the Oxford University Sports Centre where he is a member of the Blues Cricket team.
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