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Issue 2 - 18/11/13


November 21st (all tickets £8) and November 22nd (premium tickets £12, all others £10).

'You Talking To Me?' is a feedback event running on Tuesday the 19th, Wednesday the 20th and Thursday the 21st from 1-2pm in Lecture Theatre F.  We like to think of it as the punk-rock alternative to an end of attachment survey.  You'll get asked a few questions (only a few), hopefully have a laugh and get treated to a lunchtime performance by the Revue, One Dissection or our other special guests.  The first 50 people in the door even get a free lunch voucher.  So get in there!

You Talking To Me?
1pm 19/20/21 November
Lecture Theatre F (just follow the noise)
Find out more on the Student Centre facebook group or on Twitter #stgtalkingtome



Tuesday 19th November, 6.00pm, LTG


We are excited to invite you to the first talk that DermSoc is holding this year. Our Speaker, Dr Robert Allan Marsden is a consultant dermatologist at St George’s Hospital and will be delivering an “Introduction to Dermatology” talk.


Do you scratch your head in confusion at the difference between a macule and a papule? Could you confidently describe a skin lesion? If the answer is no, worry not! Come along to this lecture, which will give you an introduction into the world of dermatology.


The event is £1 or free for members. Refreshments will be provided.


Membership for the year costs £4 and gets you free attendance at all of our events plus a British Association of Dermatology handbook!



BUSOG’s annual launch event

The British Undergraduate Society of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (BUSOG) was established in 2012 to serve as a national organisation for medical students and junior doctors considering a future in the field of obstetrics and gynaecology.

On Saturday, 8th of March 2014 BUSOG will be hosting its FIRST ANNUAL LAUNCH event at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. This will be an all-day event ram-packed with talks and activities specifically FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS FROM ALL YEARS.

Not only will you find out how you can maximize your chances of succeeding in O&G; you will also learn more about the different sub-specialties and get a feel for the scope of the field; and, for a select few people, the opportunity to present a poster.

For anyone interested in presenting a poster on any O&G topics, abstracts are now welcome and are to be handed in by Monday, 6th January 2014, by email to More details about abstract formation can be found on the BUSOG website. Those who present will receive a certificate certified by RCOG and BUSOG so don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity which will look amazing on CVs!

For more information please visit and if you do have any queries please email or

For more updates please look out for notifications on Facebook and like the BUSOG Facebook page!

Good Luck everyone!


"Dear St George's Students,

"BestBeginnings" are recruiting volunteers for an event at 
the Royal Albert Hall, involving watching FREE tennis live 
between ex-champion tennis players such as John McEnroe 
and Tim Henman! This charity aims to reduce child health 
inequalities by targeting pregnancy and early life (more 

This is a great opportunity for tennis lovers, but also a 
great chance to get involved with a great charity and 
potentially add a great achievement to your CV!

See the attached flyer for more information on how to get 
involved. Please let me know if you have any further 
questions regarding this event. Otherwise, you can sign up 
by following the instructions on the flyer.

Best Wishes,

Dr Muti Goloba
Bestbeginnings volunteer