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St George's Pathology Museum would like to invite staff and students to an Art and Pathology workshop
 

Wednesday 11 June, 2-4pm

Join artist Lucy Lyons in the pathology museum for an opportunity to examine specimens from the unique historical collection.  This workshop is about perception and discovery around these specimens and we encourage anyone interested - regardless of artistic ability - to attend. We will be using a mixture of pencil and ink to draw our interpretation and gain new insights into these fascinating specimens. Selected artwork from the workshop will be displayed as part of the public event series The Art of Medicine later in the year.
 

We are delighted to welcome artist Dr Lucy Lyons who will lead the session. Lucy is lecturer in drawing research at City & Guilds of London Art School and artist-in-residence at Barts Pathology Museum where she coordinates 'Drawing Parallels: artistic encounters with pathology,' a collaborative Share Academy research project with UCL and QMUL, funded by the Arts Council.
 

Since 1999 she has worked in medical museums investigating the role of drawingas a valuable method for honing observational skills, gathering clear information, gaining insights and better understanding of a broad range of experiences within medical sciences.
 

This is a free event and is open to SGUL staff and students only.   No prior experience is required and if you have any preferred materials e.g. watercolours, sculpture feel free to bring them along.  Please email cshiels@sgul.ac.uk to book a place.
 

Exploring Graduate Entry into Medicine

16 June 2014

www.gradsintocareers.co.uk/med

 

Ever thought about becoming a doctor?

 

Want to find out more about accelerated medical degrees, designed for those with a degree in another subject?

 

This course will help you to find out about:

* The major differences between the courses offered

* How to fund your medical degree

* Writing a successful application form and support statement

 

Speakers last year included:

* The Use of the Personal Statement in Selection for Medicine - Barts and the London School of

    Medicine and Dentistry

* Funding your Medical Degree - King's College London

* The Medical Career Pathway - St George's, University of London

* The Nottingham Medical Degree & PBL - University of Nottingham

* The Oxford Degree & Traditional Teaching Methods - Oxford University

 

The day will consist of:

* Presentations – from representatives of key medical schools

* Panel discussion – with medical students currently on GEM degrees

 

Previous participants have said:

* A great event which I would highly recommend to anybody wanting to study Graduate Medicine. I feel a lot more prepared to pursue my chosen career.

* Lots of information that would be difficult to obtain online

 

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Visit www.gradsintocareers.co.uk/med for further information and to register

 

Email cs@careers.lon.ac.uk with any queries.

 

   

Job opportunity summarising Medical notes at 'Streatham Hill Group

Practice'.Training will be given and you can choose the hours suiting you. Pay will be £9/hour.

If interested, send your CV to practice manager- Viliam at: viliam.holicka@nhs.net