SGUL Winner -- 2014 National Undergraduate Neuroanatomy Competition
We are very pleased to announce that Long Nguyen (an M5Y2 medical student) has won first place in the preclinical category of the National Undergraduate Neuroanatomy Competition, which was held at the University of Southampton last month.
The format was a 70-minute MCQ paper and an 84-item anatomy 'spotter' in the dissection room - and there was tough competition from approx. 100 other students from medical schools across the UK (the winner in the clinical category was a final year student from UCL).
Congratulations to Long (who was awarded his prize by Professor Sir Graham Teasdale, originator of the Glasgow Coma Scale) and also to the six other SGUL students who took part this year.
All nominations for this year's summer elections are now closed!
You can view the candidates & their manifestos at the following link: http://www.sgsu.org.uk/elections/candidates/9/
Hustings was indeed recorded, but will be uploaded on Monday, so stay tuned for that to see candidates' presentations and responses to people's questions.
Perfect week is an opportunity for the hospital to really combat and resolve clinical issues that prevent St. George’s from achieving clinical excellence. Perfect week shall be running between the 2nd of Jul-9th of July. We are recruiting Ward Liaison Officers to observe, help out on the wards, and be our eyes and ears. This is great experience for those want exposure on the wards! You can check out how we did last time via this YouTube link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TjBZXmi54dg
All you need to do is fill in the form and hand it in at the drop off box outside M&S, alternatively email your name, email, telephone contact and whether you would like to do a 08:30-15:30 or 15:30-21:30 to Orlagh.email@example.com”
Form here and here