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LifeLab Medical Summer School 2017

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 This course in now fully booked. If you have difficulties being added to the waiting list click the more info words at the bottom of the page or click here

Have you ever thought about becoming a doctor? 

LifeLab would like to invite pupils currently in Years 9, 10 and 11 who are interested in finding out more about becoming a doctor to attend our Summer School on 26th - 27th July 2017. Participants will spend two days at Southampton General Hospital where they will gain experience of what it is like to train and work as a doctor.

Course Code

LSSPM2017

Course Dates

26th July 2017 – 27th July 2017

Course Leader

Dr Hannah Davey

Course Fee

£150.00
Course Description

Particpants will have the chance to:

- Learn how to perform clinical skills such as suturing and practise these on a model

- Experience anatomy and pathology teaching in the Centre for Learning Anatomical Sciences

- Visit clinical areas to see health professionals at work

- Talk to medical students about training as a doctor and find out how the application process works

- Listen to our keynote speaker talking about life in medicine

 

Reserving a place

The two-day course costs £150. All food and drink is included, but participants need to make their own transport arrangements. Accommodation is not included.

Places are allocated on a first come, first served basis.

After completing the booking process and making payment, you will receive an information pack by email.

 

Bursary Spaces

We have 5 free bursary spaces available for those pupils who meet 2 of the following criteria:

  • In the first generation of immediate family to apply to Higher Education, excluding brothers or sisters
  • In receipt of a 16-19 Bursary or similar grant OR received Free School Meals at any point during your secondary school education
  • Attend a secondary school which achieved less than the national average of 5 A*-C passes (including English and Maths) at GCSE in 2016 (53.8%)
  • Studies affected or disrupted by circumstances in your personal, social or domestic life
  • Are a Young or Young Adult Carer
  • Living or grew up in Local Authority care
  • Living in an area with a postcode which falls within the lowest 20 per cent of Index of Multiple Deprivation (please check here: http://tools.npeu.ox.ac.uk/imd/).

Please contact LifeLab by email (lifelab@soton.ac.uk) as soon as possible if you think you may be eligible and wish to apply for a bursary space.

 

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