31st January 2017
Exams are finally upon us which menas they're almost over - WOO! Just a few more days for you to make it through so keep going strong
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For those of you who don't know Deborah Bowman, she is one of our most highly esteemed Medical Law and Ethics Lecturers here at George's.
Following from her previous role as Dean for Students she has kindly agreed to run an agony aunt style column for our newsletter.
Therefore... we would like to hear your 'agony aunt questions'! For confidentiality reasons we obviously
would not be publishing names in the response in the newsletter. Please send in your questions anonymously on the SU website at https://www.sgsu.org.uk/advice/wellbeing/askdq/
The first article can be found at https://www.sgsu.org.uk/advice/wellbeing/askd1/
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The Library will be helping to celebrate LGBT History Month by putting out a display of our LGBT book collection on Monday 6th February. The books were selected from recommendations given to us by the LGBT staff network at St George's. We have a varied collection including memoirs, an LGBT casebook for healthcare professionals, graphic novels, stories and a well known play from 1979, first performed by Iam Mckellan. We would also like thank Margot Turner (Senior Lecturer in Diversity and Medical Education) for donating two novels from her own collection to the library.
The books are searchable from the Library Catalogue [link: http://unicorn.sgul.ac.uk/uhtbin/cgisirsi.exe/x/x/0/49/] using the search term: lgbtq. You can also browse the collection on our Wakelet
[link: https://wakelet.com/wake/cc4e3ff8-d32f-463a-8c17-20c8d7399452]or see other resource collections that we have created.
Look out for them in the Library space from Monday 6th Feb, they will be available for borrowing as three week loans.
A 16 year old student requires help with Chemistry and Biology for her A level studies.
Would prefer a female student. The student lives in Camberwell and would prefer
tuition at the weekends in her own home but is willing to travel if necessary.
Please contact the student’s mother Solange to discuss fees and for further details:
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St George's Ladies Rugby team are a developing side looking for a coach with commitment and enthusiasm.
We would require you every Wednesday during term time from 2-3pm and all day on match days (approx 1 sunday a month)
We are based close to Earlsfield station and currently play in LUSL league.
We would be looking for a volentry position which may lead to payment if results are achieved.
Perks of the job would include baked items (cookies, cakes etc) and lots of fun and enjoyment.
We are ideally looking for a man or woman with coaching and first aid qualifications alongside experience however all applications will be taken into account.
Please enquire for more information : Rachel 07901 643 124 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have any plans this summer? Fancy embarking on a trip of a lifetime, whilst adding something fantastic for CV? Well, Childreach International – an international child rights charity - is offering some incredible opportunities!
One of the trips is to climb the highest freestanding mountain in the world… Mount Kilimanjaro! Travelling out to Tanzania next Summer, it will take 6 days to climb to Uhuru Peak and summit the Mountain at 5,895m above sea level! Or how does exploring the lost city of the Incas, Machu Picchu. An incredible, unique, ancient city that’s sits high on top of a mountain in the Peruvian Andes; not far from the festive, high altitude city of Cusco!
To find out more, head over to the FINAL and LAST chance information meetings on the 6th February in LTF at 5pm for Kilimanjaro (Facebook event) and 6pm for Machu Picchu (Facebook event) or message your Challenge Office Zara for more details about how you can get involved: email@example.com
Limited spaces are left so make sure you do not miss out on your spot! Be part of your university legacy and do something adventurous this summer!
This week sees the launch of the National Student Survey and the Student Experience Survey. The National Student Survey is aimed at all final year students in the UK and administered externally by Ipsos Mori. The Student Experience Survey is for all other students and is our internal survey.
You should have received an email by now asking you to complete one or the other. The survey is a way of ensuring you have a student voice. All students who participate are able to claim a St George’s branded notebook as well as 10 points for the St George’s Award. You also have the opportunity to win one of several prizes.
The results from the survey are taken very seriously, and participating is an important contribution to the St George’s community. Your responses help us to identify areas in need of improvement, as well as helping us to celebrate the excellent work that is already taking place. Please share your honest views on your time at St George’s so far.
If you haven’t received an email with the relevant link email Paul Leech at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The BSH has organised the always popular Basic Haematology Day for Saturday 25 February 10:00-16:30, in the Governors’ Hall of St Thomas’ Hospital, London SE1 7EH.
The programme will include a series of tutorials and talks covering haemolytic anaemias, malignant haematology focussing on myeloma, transfusion, venous thrombo-embolism and bleeding disorders.
Professor Barbara Bain, Professor Beverley Hunt, Dr Tim Littlewood, BSH President, and Dr Shubha Allard will be our speakers on the day as you will be able to see in the programme attached.
Registration fee is only £20 and includes lunch, refreshments and lectures handouts.
Follow this link to book your place and see the full programme for the day: http://b-s-h.org.uk/conference-and-events/events/essential-haematology-day/
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