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Issue 9- 05/02/14

       


Are you a Final year Student? Do the NSS now and give your views on what you think of your time here at St. George's NOW. Whether it's good, bad or just Meh, it's all important!
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The National Student Survey (or NSS) goes out to all final year students in the UK. It's not spam and is actually quite important!  It takes about 10 minutes or so, and asks questions about how you find the course and whether you’ve had enough help and support while you’ve been studying.

Despite all the promotional stuff you’ll probably get sent by Registry and others, the survey is by students, for students.  It’s run by the NUS and is looking to gather the opinions of everyone at Uni.

Yan and I from the SU have sat on a number of meetings regarding the NSS and we've noticed that the University take it very seriously, and do listen to the feedback they get.  The results also get published on the web for anyone interested in studying here, and it plays a part in the league tables for your respective courses. It's a good chance to give your views on what you liked or disliked about your overall experience here at St. George's, and if you don't feel strongly either way, then it's equally as important that they hear that too!

There are incentives to take part.  Everyone who does the survey online can pick up a £5 voucher from the Student Centre to spend in the School Shop, Bookshop or Bar.  There’s also a prize draw running for one of four iPod nanos or a ‘VIP’ Graduation Package that pays for your tickets, gown hire, photos and other free graduation perks.

If you haven’t got the email from them, don’t worry, you can log straight onto the survey website at www.thestudentsurvey.com.

The sooner you do it, the less you'll be pestered about it by the NSS information gathering company Ipsos-MORI!

Best Wishes

Mo
 
 

Res Medica, the open access peer reviewed journal of the Royal Medical Society, is now open for submissions from medical students worldwide. We aim to provide a platform from which medical students can publish, read and review academic research. Indeed, to further this cause, we are in the process of applying to have the journal PubMed indexed (PMID).

We welcome original research, reviews, case reports, audits, perspective articles, historical articles and editorials from medical students, doctors and academics in the field of medical research (please see our Submissions section for more details, available athttp://journals.ed.ac.uk/resmedica/about/submissions.

The submission date for the 2014 edition of Res Medica is the 31st March 2014. Submissions will be accepted online. Articles that are accepted will be published in October 2014. Please see Editorial Policies (http://journals.ed.ac.uk/resmedica/about/editorialPolicies#focusAndScope) for details on the peer review and selection process.

Find us on:

Twitter - https://twitter.com/res_medica

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Res-Medica/452886674784171

or contact editor@royalmedical.co.uk for further information.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Res Medca Editorial Board
 
To See or Not To See: Should aid organisations bear witness?
 
A panel discussion exploring humanitarian aid organisations’ policies on whistle-blowing during operations abroad.
 
7pm, Tuesday 18th February 2014
Lecture theatre 2, New Hunt's House
Guy's Campus
London Bridge
SE1 1UL
 
Find out from the experts! Joining us on the panel:
 
Leigh Danes - Executive Director, Doctors of the World UK
 
Sandrine Tiller - Programmes Adviser on Humanitarian Issues, MSF UK
 
Sean Maguire - Head of Communications and UK spokesperson, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)
 
Tickets are just £2 available here:
http://www.kclsu.org/ents/event/707/

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50% of all proceeds to attending charities
 
Further info:
 
Different humanitarian aid organisations hold different policies regarding bearing witness during international operations. Is it morally justified to abstain from alerting the international community to atrocities witnessed in host countries in order to protect the invitation to operate in that country?
 
Each speaker will present for 20 minutes followed by questions from the floor.
 
Join us for what promises to be an interesting and informed discussion!
 
Please be in touch with any queries!
 
The KCLWMS team
 
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