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BBC NEWS - Health

BBC News - Health

BBC News - Health

The latest stories from the Health section of the BBC News web site.

  • Wed 10 Feb 2016 00:02
    Hospitals in England are braced for another day of disruption as junior doctors take part in a second 24-hour strike over pay and conditions.
  • Tue 09 Feb 2016 00:42
    The biggest-ever rise in public dissatisfaction with the NHS was recorded last year, according to a long-running survey.
  • Tue 09 Feb 2016 09:17
    The practice of sending mentally ill adults in England long distances for care is unacceptable and must end, an independent report says.
  • Tue 09 Feb 2016 00:45
    Exposure to short flashes of light at night could help travellers adjust to new time zones and avoid jet lag, according to scientists.

 

Latest Events


LBGT History Month - Glenn Cosby Talk
10th February 5pm - 6pm
Lecture Theater F
Educational
SOLD OUT! Mindfulness-Based Living Course (MBLC)
10th February 6pm - 4th May 8pm
Hunter wing, Floor 5, Room H5.19
UK Mindfulness Association accredited 8 wk MBLC experiential course - open to all students and staff
Educational
Chinese New Year Dinner
12th February 6pm - 9pm
please note early bird and international tickets are for international students only and this will be checked on the door of the event.
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Social
Path-Ed: Thrombosis
17th February 2pm - 4pm
Pathology Museum, Jenner Basement, through Corridor 4
The Baker Street Irregulars bring you our 2nd teaching session in the Pathology Museum. RSVP here for a place in Path-Ed: Thrombosis (cardiac, CNS, pulmonary systems). £2 refundable deposit by booking on the BSI page, PLUS summary booklet with SBAs.
Educational
LGBT Film night and Social
18th February 7:30pm - 11:59pm
Clapham Picturehouse
Film Night | Social
LGBT Walking Tour at The British Museum
19th February 3:30am - 6:30pm
Meeting at SGUL
Educational
The perils of progress: tissue and transplants
1st March 6pm - 7:15pm
LTC, ground floor, Hunter Wing
Join the Baker Street Irregulars on a surgical detour as we discover the downsides to face and hand surgery with plastic surgeon Mr Jonathan Dunne, and get forensic insight into the human tissue trade from Dr Philip Adds.
Educational
Mind the Gap: Health Inequalities Conference
12th March 10am - 5pm
St George's University, Tooting
Presenting the inaugural St George’s Global Health Conference; a national conference for university students to engage on the most important issues concerning the international community in the field of health and medicine.
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Educational | Social
T Year Halfway Dinner 2016
23rd March 7:30pm - midnight
The Richmond Hill Hotel
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Ball

 

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St GEORGE'S FINANCIAL FACTS

Here's a quick breakdown of the key financial facts for the University last year.

 

SGUL Tablet competition

SGUL are hosting a competition on the most innovative or useful ways to use your tablets. There will be four categories: Best Use in Lectures/ Small Groups/ Practicals/ Revision. Check out the competition here and vote!

 

Clubs and Societies:
Find out what you're Missing!

Worried your society will be dissolved?

If you are not sure which documents you have given to the SU and are worried about dissolution, Please find out here.

Those highlighted in yellow are at greatest risk. The constitution only specifies 2 missing criteria, however we are working on 3 at the moment so you have a chance to fix it.

We apologies if you have given a document in and are marked as 'No', please could you give in/send us another copy?

Questions? Email secretary@su.sgul.ac.uk and/or Societies@su.sgul.ac.uk!

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Executive Top 4

Kat Telford

Kat Telford
Vice President
(Education and Welfare)

Steven Gilbert

Steven Gilbert
President
 

Alice Walker-Earwicker

Alice Walker-Earwicker
Vice President
(Finance and Student activities)

Ruth Varney

Ruth Varney
General Secretary
 

Kat Telford
Vice President
(Education and Welfare)

 

Steven Gilbert
President

Alice Walker-Earwicker
Vice President
(Finance and Student Activities)

Ruth Varney
General Secretary