13th September 2016
Who's excited for freshers??? WE ARE!!!
Don't miss out on any of your favourite events, get all the details here!
If you have any ideas or would like to contribute, please let us know at
Lots of sleep and studying in preparation for fresher's!
If there is anything you would like to know from the Executive please let us know.
If you missed the V-blogs from our Top 4 check out our YouTube Channel "St. George's Students' Union"!
Where? The Boardrooms: H2.3, H2.4
When? Wednesday 14th September, 15:00 - 19:00
Who? A committee representative from your society - it does not have to be a treasurer but will be more useful to them!
An introduction from VP Finance, Societies Officers, Sports Officers, Community Project Officers - who are they and how can they help you?
Minibus Information: How do we do the test? How does the booking process work? What happens if we crash it?
Accounts Information: how to find out how much money we are carrying over from last year?
Sponsorship Information: Who are societies sponsored by currently? How does the SU plan to expand on this?
How-To Documents for example; taking out a float, online subs, donating to charity.
Q&A/Feedback Session; as well as a public discussion there will also be a feedback box if you want to be anonymous/don't want to name and shame anyone!
An opportunity to mingle with other like-minded societies: Have they had this problem before? How did they overcome it?
If so, researchers from Memorial University and the University of Ottawa would like to hear from you. In confidential interviews, we want to learn about CSA’s preparation and experience with medical school abroad, residency training, or practice in Canada. To participate in an interview or learn more about this study, please contact Dana Ryan at IMGstudy@med.mun.ca or by phone at 709-864-4957 or toll free at 1-877-623-7524 by September 30th. We would greatly appreciate your participation!
Open for entries now!
Students can attend free workshops at City Hall and the winner will get £20,000 and help make their idea a reality.
More information is available on their website www.london.gov.uk/entrepreneur
2016-17 Committee Roles Available
- Vice-President (Internal)
- Recruitment and Retention Representative
- Events Representative (x2)
We are pleased to announce that we're expanding our society, and with that, our Committee. If you'd like the chance to be involved, send us your completed application ( Word limit: 200 words) to email@example.com by 9am on Monday 10th October 2016
Application forms, and details about the roles, can be found on Facebook (/sgulmmalsoc) or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Good luck!
Roles that are open are: Treasurer, Secretary, Media Officer.
Please send a short written application about- what role, why you are interested in this role, why you would be good for this role/ what you can bring to the society.
Deadline 30th of September.
For more information contact email@example.com
Bedford Hill Family Practice @ Balham Health Centre (SW12)
Hours: 6-8 per week
Details: Part time Clinical Summariser required for 6-8 hours per week in a GP Surgery in Balham. The successful candidate will be required to summarise clinical records and enter clinical data onto patients’ medical records. Previous experience in EMIS Web will be an advantage.
To apply, please send your CV and covering letter to:
Bedford Hill Family Practice
120 Bedford Hill
London, SW12 9HS Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Population Health Research Institute
(Fixed Term for 12 months to start immediately. One day a week (7.5 hours). Flexibility to work around other commitments.
This is an exciting opportunity for very good psychology graduates (2.1 or above) to gain experience of research and to work with a clinical population group as part of this research. It is a post which requires much skill and autonomy and previous experience of research is preferred. It may appeal to graduates looking to apply for clinical psychology training or junior researchers who would like more autonomy and/or experience working with qualitative material and direct patient contact.
Want to find out more? Contact us at email@example.com!
Please find a few moments to watch All of these incredible news clips and videos - you will be moved to action. When you have finished, ask yourself, if Shamel's orphaned children find themselves on a refugee smuggler route to Europe, would you sleep at night knowing that our country, amongst others want to turn them away?
Syria is a huge humanitarian crisis that our Governments have disowned for over 5 years. Please join the rally on Saturday 17 September to give a voice of support to those who have made the perilous journey to escape the horror of war and for those, like Shamel's now orphaned children, who may shortly follow. In the Channel 4's link below please scroll down the page and open each video clip - you will ask yourself "where is the love?".
Dear medical students,
Our names are Ankur Khajuria (Academic Surgery F2 trainee) and Laurence Robinson (Academic Genetics F2 trainee & George's Graduate!) at Imperial College London and we are delighted to invite you to our course; 'High Yield for AFP Success' is a NATIONAL preparation course for the Academic Foundation Programme with the aim to provide prospective candidates with non-generic, high yield guidance with focus on the individual application components - advice on white space questions, interviews and sessions on critical appraisal, emergencies, portfolios and CV building. The unique aspect of this course will be the focus on helping you develop strategies/ frameworks for articulating your approach to common clinical scenarios as well as on how to provide succinct summaries on academic papers - the 'high yield' that will score points! We will also go through how to maximise your score in the white-space section and have mock interviews and Q&A sessions providing ample opportunities for you to seek advice from the current academic clinicians. The teaching will be delivered by successful AFP candidates from around the UK who have a track record of excellence, prizes and publications in high impact journals including Lancet and Annals of Surgery. There will be depth and breadth of experience with academic doctors from London, Oxbridge and West Midlands, and them sharing their experiences of the application process.
Guest Speaker - Professor Jeremy Levy (Director of Clinical Academic Training, Imperial College London)
Venue: Drewe/Glenister building, Charing Cross Hospital, London
Dates: 24 September - lectures/tutorials
25 September - mock interviews (FIRST COME FIRST SERVED)
Tickets will go live at 1600 (30/8/16) - Do not miss out!
All proceeds will go to Kidney Research UK:
Any queries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you're an O&G enthusiast or still undecided about which specialty to choose then come along to the RCOG/BUSOG Medical Student Day. Wonderful talks from various O&G doctors, Q&As and poster presentations. Best thing ITS FREE!!
If you would like to submit an abstract drop me an email and I will send you the abstract submission form :) M1001632@sgul.ac.uk
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