The London School Of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

There will be a focus on health and prevention of disease, specifically talking about behaviour change. By the third year, students will spend the majority of their time working in clinical practice, with 10 week attachments in primary care, and surgery. We combine progressive healthcare education and patient care with world-class research and outstanding teaching facilities in order to help you to become the very best doctor you can be. But don’t just take our word for it – find out from our students what it’s really like to study here.

Join this event aiming to provide a diverse overview and update of many aspects of clinical emergency medicine from emergency medicine sub-specialists and other acute specialists who interface with the emergency department. This webinar will equip attendees to recognise the variety of presentations of acute cardiomyopathies, understand clinical diagnostic pathways and management approaches. Attendees at the end of the webinar should be more confident in managing such patients. Our vision is to become the world leader in the safe and effective use of medicines.

Details about additional course costs during Years 1, 2 and 3 can be found on the Faculty of Biology’s website, and information about additional course costs during the clinical studies are available on the Clinical School’s website. All first year students are offered college accommodation either on the main site of their college or in a nearby college annexe. This means that your neighbours will also be ‘freshers’ and new to life at Oxford. This accommodation is guaranteed, so you don’t need to worry about finding somewhere to live after accepting a place here, all of this is organised for you before you arrive.

You will continue to attend teaching sessions and clinical skills practicals at our dedicated facilities within each hospital site. Here, you will develop the superior clinical and problem solving skills, and confident, empathetic approach to delivering brilliant care that Hull York Medical School graduates are known for. In light of the high volume of submissions that we are experiencing at this time due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic please note that manuscripts in revision may experience delays. For any question about the peer review status of your manuscript please email the editorial office at The London School of Hygiene & Tropical is renowned for its research, postgraduate studies and continuing education in public and global health. Only 22 places are available each year for overseas fee-status applicants.

Our students share what they wish they had known when they were applying for medicine. Outside of becoming a doctor, jobs for medical graduates are available within a variety of places including research organisations and laboratories, higher education establishments and pharmaceutical companies. Opportunities are available in both the NHS and private hospitals, as well as in NHS practice trusts as a GP. We’re looking for people who share our commitment to delivering exceptional patient-centred care, and who we believe will benefit from the contemporary education offered on our Medicine programme.