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25th October 2016

A message from the communications Officers

Hello lovely George's Students! Glad to see you're getting involved and having a read :)

Don't forget, for all the details, please open the full version of the newsletter using the links!! 

Alternatively, visit www.sgsu.org.uk and check out any of the newsletters there under the red 'Get Involved' tab and following the tabs. 

 

If you have any ideas or would like to contribute, please let us know at 

sucommunications@sgul.ac.uk! 

 

On This Week

Monday

17th October

 

 

 

 Campaigning week begins 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday

18th October

 

 

Council

6pm

(LTA)

 

 

  

Wednesday

19th October

 

MBBS 2020

1.30pm-3.30pm

(H2.7-H2.8)

 

Halloween Circles

8pm-11pm

(SU Bar)

Thursday

20th October

 

 

Hustings 

5.30pm

 

 

 

 

Friday

21th October  

 If she can't see it...

She can't be it 

 6pm - 9pm

(LTF)

 

Halloween Disco

8pm - 2am

(SU Bar) 

 

Notices from your Exec

This weeks video is from the societies officers. 

Take a look back at the previous V-Blogs on our YouTube Channel - St George's Students' Union

 

Halloween disco

Fancy the chance to win FREE entry + One FREE Beverage* at the up and coming Halloween Disco?! All you need to do is let us know what you think makes 'Excellence' in Higher Education. The survey only takes 2 minutes. - https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/YTM869C 

 

 

 

Not sure how much support to expect from your parents?

CALCULATOR: How much money should your Parents be giving you?

 

For other advice including IT support (under 'Academic') visit the Advice Section of the Website!

 

A message from VP Ed&Welfare 
Halloween is soon upon us – a great time of year to dress up and have fun and also a good opportunity to make sure your students are staying safe in their rented accommodation.

Carbon monoxide (CO) – or the ‘Silent Killer’ – affects more than 4,000 people every year and can be a consequence of unsafe and unchecked gas appliances. At Gas Safe Register, we’re committed to promoting key safety messages about the dangers of CO and providing advice on how to stay safe in your home.

So with this in mind and in keeping with the season, we’ve created a Halloween horror film trailer, which illustrates the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning and encourages students to be on the lookout for the warning signs. The viewer follows a group of students as they come under the influence of the deadly ‘Silent Killer’, providing clues to the killer’s identity. The trailer also contains guidance for students on ensuring that their rented accommodation remains safe.

View the trailer here
 

By law, landlords must ensure that gas appliances fitted in rented properties are safe to use and checked annually. Badly fitted or poorly maintained appliances can cause leaks, fires and explosions as well as CO poisoning, so if you're a tenant knowing your rights could save your life.

Events happening At George's

 

A talk to commemorate black history month!
SGUL Hiking and Walking: Yorkshire 3 Peaks 

A 12 hour challenge across Yorkshire climbing the 3 highest fells: Pen-y-Ghent, Ingleborough and Whernside. Up for the challenge?!!

Places are going fast!

Date and Time: 4th-6th November 

Cost: £60

Includes: accommodation in a bunkhouse (heated and with a kitchen), travel there, food and group equipment

Email: m1100938@sgul.ac.uk for more details and how to sign up.

Join the Facebook group at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/283465635088562/

 

SGUL Sikh Society: Feed the Homeless

To get involved you’ll be required to attend a safeguarding training session, as you'll be dealing with vulnerable people:

On TUESDAY 25th OCTOBER 5:30-7:30pm in LTB

Please sign the questionnaire in the link below with all your details to enrol on the training day:https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/9T5KTKB

OPORTUNITIES

MBBS 2020

Please be reminded that you are invited to come and hear about the plans for the new MBBS curriculum, 'MBBS 2020' this Wednesday (26th October), between 13:30-15:30 in H2.7-H2.8.

The new curriculum will be phased in starting from this year with further changes coming over the next few years.

At this Open Event for students, you will have the opportunity to listen to short presentations and then discuss the changes informally with the course team. Refreshments will be included.

Remember, for more background information and a summary of communications to far regarding the MBBS curriculum, please visit the MBBS page:https://portal.sgul.ac.uk/org/lis/reg/undergraduate-programme-office-pages/mbbs-general-information/?searchterm=mbbs

 
Young People Matter Charity 

We are an award winning Charity that has had the life changing opportunity to win The People’s Millions lottery, we specialise in working with children and young people and we work very closely with the local community.  We work in a few Lambeth based primary schools running their breakfast clubs and after school clubs, we currently have 6 schools we are working with. We also currently have 5 half term holiday camp sites running which are based in Lambeth primary schools also. 

 

We are looking for play workers to come and join our team and get firsthand experience of working in this field. We are Ofsted registered and work very closely with the EYFS so we have set policies and procedures necessary to follow e.g. safeguarding, health and safety, data protection etc.

 

Our after school clubs run Mon-Fri term time between 2:45pm-6pm (depending on site) and our half term holiday camp run between 8am-6pm. We can offer support during the session from more experienced play workers, feedback and advice from team leaders and a reference if suitable. There are training opportunities with us also e.g. first aid, safeguarding, CYP courses, food hygiene etc so there is room to grow and improve

 

I will attach a link below so you can check out our website here you will find any additional information about us.

www.youngpeoplematter.org

 

******** Collaborative Project Opportunity ********

******** Interested in getting published? *********

For those interested in: Surgery / Nephrology / Anaesthetics / Academia / CV Building. OAKS-2 is a follow-up national audit of patients identified with post-operative acute kidney injury in the previous OAKS-1 audit.

 

The role of a collaborator is to ensure that the data is collected and will involve liaising with the hospital audit departments and supervising consultant.

Compared with OAKS-1 the data collection is less intensive with fewer data points, this is reflected in the need for fewer collaborators.

Read the protocol @ http://starsurg.org/oaks-2/

 

Data Collection Period: November 19th 2016 to February 26th 2017

 

Apply Here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/DKJV7FW

***** Closes Friday 28th November *****


British society for haematology essay competition
The British Society for Haematology invites Undergraduate medical and BMS students from UK schools in any year of training to write an essay on:
“Discuss the impact of obesity on the incidence and management of haematological disorders”
There will be a prize of £500 for the winner and £250 for the runner-up.
There will be a 2,500 word limit excluding references.  Maximum of 20 references in any standard style
Format: Word Doc ONLY, no PDFs or Docx, please.  Font to be Arial point 11 with line spacing of 11/2.
Entries may be checked for plagiarism.
Please send entries to Roberta Filippi  at: Roberta@b-s-h.org.uk by 31 December 2016.
Enter your abstract for the sustainability in humanitarian settings Symposium 2016:

Deadline: 30th October 2016

Abstract: 300 words submitted to:humanitariansymposium@lstmed.ac.uk

More details here

 
University students get 75% off evernote 

Find out more information or to download, click here!

 

Stats companion - job opportunity

Want to make a difference?

Join our team of teachers helping pupils prepare for Secondary School.

SATs Companion

Job description

Admin Officer £1,100 pro rata

3-4 days per week Mon - Thursday

Tooting SW17

Training provided

To apply send your CV to sophia@satscompanion.com

 
SITUATIONAL JUDGEMENT TEST REVISION COURSE

- 29th October 2016 -

Pass the Situational Judgement Test is a revision course with a difference. It is delivered by the authors of Pass the Situational Judgement Test: A Guide for Medical Students, and recent Situational Judgement Test (SJT) candidates both scoring in the top 5% of the national cohort, Drs Cameron Green and Aaron Braddy.

 

This SJT revision course will provide a unique and all inclusive study day to gain Situational Judgement Test practice and prepare any final year medical student for their upcoming Situational Judgement Test Exam. It will include an overview of all relevant guidance needed to succeed in the SJT test, first-hand personalised Situational Judgement Test tips and hints, and worked SJT practice questions throughout the day! There will also be a mock exam to consolidate your learning from the revision course.

Tea/Coffee and Lunch included.

For more information please visit www.situationaljudgementtest.org

 

MEDICAL Notes summariser

A medium sized GP Practice in Roehampton is looking for a Medical Notes Summariser / Coder . This would be on a weekly basis and the hours would vary depending on what you could offer. For further information please contact me via email: wendy.green6@nhs.net

 

SPECTRUM trans counselling service

Outside Events

Mental health conference

Click the poster below for more details

 
BMJ careers fayre - open to all MBBS students

It’s for medics at all stages, and an excellent opportunity to learn more about medical careers, including specialties, CVs, SJTs, alternative careers and international medicine.

https://careersfair.bmj.com/

Some comments from last years event: https://youtu.be/PjLGU45cqNk

 

ASTOC

 
PUBLIC HEALTH: PREVENTION IN PRACTICE

Open Forum Events are pleased to invite you to the Public Health: Prevention in Practice conference. This event is designed to consider the current public health challenges in the UK today and explore the policies and solutions to influence and improve the health of the nation.

At Public Health: Prevention in Practice expert speakers will discuss the policy and delivery of public health initiatives and their impact on the population. Analysis of the strategies most likely to produce the desired results will be explored, culminating in a panel debate where opinions will be shared, discussed and questioned.

 

 

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