Very occasionally you may be offered the opportunity to get involved in research by a consultant or tutor, but generally it is something you will have to seek out. I know some people who did summer research placements/jobs - some of these were advertised by the university, some of them they got by directly contacting people. Once you're in clinical years I think it's a bit easier, as you can always ask consultants if they or any of their colleagues are active in research as you are keen to get involved and start getting experience with publications(Original post by udeyomydays)
how would i go about getting involved in publications during first year? Is this something that is normally offered to students or will I have to contact individual professors?
Something you wish you knew before starting medical school?
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