This course, designed for students looking to explore Ophthalmology, offers a comprehensive exam-focused lecture covering all key topics of the Duke Elder examination.
About this section
The Students Section’s purpose is to provide the opportunity for enthusiastic medical, dental and veterinary students from across the country to meet and share experiences, opinions, activities and opportunities to learn and develop their future careers.
UK medical students are invited to contribute their perspectives to RSM's sixth review of undergraduate education, this year focusing on digital and technological transformation in medicine.
This is a unique and exciting opportunity for students to voice their opinion on issues that will affect their future clinical practice and to contribute to our report, which will then be published with all in attendance recognised as collaborators.
This meeting aims to teach students how to systematically interpret clinical investigations relevant to final year examinations.
Medical finals looming? It’s ok, we understand the enormity of your stress levels. Join us for a study weekend and polish your medical knowledge in time for your exams.
- First prize: £250
- Second prize: A year's free RSM membership
To be announced
Medical and other healthcare students.
The Sidney Linton Prize is an opportunity for students to explore novel ways to teach cardiology through peer-produced resources. For this prize we ask participants to take a pre-determined theme and identify different ways to convey the information in the form of an e-resource for a medical student audience.
Possible submission styles include (but are not limited to): Poster (A3), A4 leaflet, video submission, podcast, audio recording. It is designed to test the understanding of participants of core material as well as their ability to convey the information they decide to include.
The title for this year’s prize is: TBC
- First prize: £300
- Second prize: £150
- Third prize: £100
To be announced
Medical and other healthcare students, and those within six months of graduating.
Submit a 200-word abstract on original research undertaken during your undergraduate studies. The main author must be highlighted in the paper and only one submission per author can be submitted.
Please note this prize is not intended for research undertaken as part of a PhD degree.
Miss Adina Haffeez