1. Outreach for Medicine Booking Form:Sixth-Form, College and Access StudentsAll information provided on this form will remain entirely confidentialThe following Outreach for Medicine events are free of charge and are available to Sixth-form, College andAccess course students from non-selective state schools/colleges in London, Kent and Medway only.Please fill in your contact details and school/college information in the boxes below: Forename: Surname: School/College: Borough: Mobile number: Home telephone: Email address: Year group:Please tick the box(es) to show which session(s) you wish to attend: The Worshipful Company of Barbers’ Science and Medicine in Action Lecture Series (5-6pm) These lectures are designed to increase your awareness and knowledge of different specialist areas of medicine. Each lecture is followed by a question and answer session, giving you the opportunity to engage with experts from King’s College London, and Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital Trust. The lecture theatres hold just over 300 people, so please book early to secure a place. Lung Cancer: the quest for a curative treatment Dr Loic Lang-Lazdunski 5 Oct 2011 Paediatric Medicine Dr Dipak Kanabar 19 Oct 2011 Emergency Medicine Dr Peter Jaye 2 Nov 2011 Addiction: Why do people use drugs and what can Doctors do about it? Dr James Bell 9 Nov 2011 Psychiatric Medicine: Are you mad? Dr Teif Davies 16 Nov 2011 Why Obstetrics and Gynaecology? Dr Deborah Bruce 23 Nov 2011 A gas about gas: the life and times of an anaesthetist Dr Matthew Brown 7 Dec 2011 Medical Law and Ethics: Can we? Should we? Ms Carolyn Johnston 18 Jan 2012 Anatomy: Changing perspectives Professor Susan Standring 25 Jan 2012 Life in General Practice Dr Rajive Mitra 1 Feb 2012 Rheumatic disease Professor Andrew Cope 8 Feb 2012 Epilepsy Professor Deb Pal 29 Feb 2012 Neurology: How the embryo builds a brain Dr Albert Basson 22 Feb 2012 Group Mentoring Scheme (5-6pm) These sessions help you with different aspects of the medical school application process. The interactive elements of each session are facilitated by current EMDP students. Except for the introductory session, all Group Mentoring workshops are limited to 50 students per session. Some sessions will run more than once in order to allow more students to sign up to them. For sessions which are running more than once, please indicate which date is preferable for you to attend. Students who are successfully allocated places to capped events will receive a numbered ticket by email, which must be printed and shown on entry to the event. Places will be awarded on a first-come first-served basis. An introduction to Medical School: what you need to know (Dr Jane Valentine and Dr Alison Stenton) 6 Oct 2011 Ethical considerations in Medicine and healthcare (Reverend Peter Haughton) 3 Nov 2011 • The importance of clinical communication in healthcare (Ms Bernadette O’Neill) First preference Second Preference 20 Oct 2011 1 Dec 2011 • Study Skills (Ms Michelle Robinson) First preference Second Preference 24 Nov 2011 26 Jan 2012 • Finance and budgeting (Ms Gretta Gavin) First preference Second Preference 1 Mar 2012 8 Mar 2012Outreach for Medicine | 0207 848 6972 | email@example.com | www.kcl.ac.uk/outreachmed
2. Journal Club (5-6pm) These sessions focus on enabling you to enhance your critical analysis skills. Each month, participating students will be emailed a topical publication from within the field of medicine and healthcare. At each session, students will then debate issues arising from the article along with King’s College staff and current EMDP students. Places will be limited to 100 students each session, and will be offered on a first-come first- served basis, so please book early to secure your place. 18 Oct 2011 29 Nov 2011 13 Dec 2011 31 Jan 2012 28 Feb 2012 27 Mar 2012 Med-View (all day, 2-4 April 2012) Med-View is an intensive 3-day non-residential medical taster course available for Year 12 and Access course students only. Students taking part in Med-View will be sent on 2 ward/GP placements, and will complete a number of interactive sessions including anatomy and clinical skills. Med-View is limited to 30 students only, and anyone who wishes to be considered for a place at Med-View must apply. Application forms for Med- View will be sent out in January 2012, not before. Please tick the box if you wish to receive a Med-View application form in January 2012.Please email your completed booking form to firstname.lastname@example.orgPlease direct any queries to Dr Jane Valentine (contact details below).