Interested in lecture based teaching with early clinical workWatch
We start clinicals first year, which is once a week and the same in second year, rotating between hospitals and practices. In 3rd year we start clinicals
To be honest I'm not aware of any medical schools that really do proper clinical work in the first couple of years. A lot of medical schools are aware that students want this, so these days most of them tend to advertise things like "patient contact from day 1" and "early clinical work" but in reality what this boils down to is a few token GP and hospital ward visits scattered throughout the year, which have no real value since you have no idea how to take a proper history, do an examination, or perform any procedures. I don't think it's really worth paying much attention to any claims of clinical work within the preclinical years... you'll only be disappointed.
UEA do proper clinical work from year one. We spend 4 weeks at a time at the hospital and this starts in module one, where you have been taught how do a basic history and observations. By module two (also year one) you can do IM and S/C injections and examine all the joints. Year two you can then take blood, do cardio and resp exams etc. It definitely has proper clinical work early on.
I take back what I said