Latest Medical school in the United Kingdom Stories
In celebration of the new website name, Medic Journey International has released free UKCAT and BMAT practice questions for those preparing for medical school or interested in the field of medicine.
UK medical school teaching on physical activity is "sparse or non-existent," finds research published online in the British Journal of Sports Medicine today.
Most medical students feel they lack the skills and legal knowledge required to challenge poor clinical practice and promote better patient care.
In the UK, medical students are 4.5 to 7.2 times more likely to come from the wealthier socio-economic groups 1-3 than 4-7, write Professor Terence Stephenson, president of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, and Lucy Stephenson, a medical student.
Survey of medical students at University of Michigan and University of Wisconsin-Madison shows strong interest in role-playing and strategy games for doctor training.
A new aptitude test, aimed at increasing diversity and fairness in selecting school leaver applicants to UK medical and dental schools, still has inherent gender and socioeconomic bias, although it is less subject to bias than A level results alone, finds a study published on bmj.com Feb. 16.
By Yvonne Cook The Open University is supporting a new medical school in Ethiopia that's also providing a base for distance learning. Yvonne Cook reports Ethiopia has a population of 84 million people, and fewer than 1,800 qualified doctors.
RESEARCHERS at Warwick Medical School have found that reducing the hours of junior doctors does not compromise patients' safety Their study found it could even dramatically cut mistakes on wards.
Medical students will be holding a Teddy Bear Hospital for young children later this month. The Keele University branch of Medsin will be hosting the event at Forsbrook Primary School, in Cheadle Road, Blythe Bridge, at 1pm on June 25.
By Youdas, James W Krause, David A; Hellyer, Nathan J; Hollman, John H; Rindflesch, Aaron B Background and Purpose. Reciprocal peer teaching (RPT) describes an education method whereby students alternate between teacher and student roles.
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