How To Run A Medicine Society Watch

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Heyy,
I am hoping to set up a medical society/club at school one lunchtime a week, and I was just wondering if anyone had any ideas of what I could do at the society.
Is anyone else part of a medicine society, and if so, what does it involve?
Thank you so much!😊
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we discussed anything related to medicine in the news (sorta like debates only way more chilled but you could always have actual debates too!): it tended to be ethics but also medical research and "hot topics" like the junior doctors contract. you could decide topics for each week in advance?

everyone was in year 12/13 and was considering either applying to medicine/dentistry/etc. so after the holidays, the year 13s also did mini presentations on things like work experience or their EPQ research or anything really which was really beneficial in year 12.
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(Original post by brionyw:))
Heyy,
I am hoping to set up a medical society/club at school one lunchtime a week, and I was just wondering if anyone had any ideas of what I could do at the society.
Is anyone else part of a medicine society, and if so, what does it involve?
Thank you so much!😊
Ok I was never involved in such a thing but you can

(1) find a medical journal and talk about it - not in an "anaylsing how the research was carried out" but more as a "what does it mean" kind of way
(2) analyse the latest copy of the student BMJ / BBC Health as suggested above
(3) talk about work experience and volunteering
(4) talk about different med school requirements
(5) talk about what happens after medical school graduation
(6) see if you can invite med students and junior / senior doctors to come to your society
(7) invite them to use TSR!! :lol: (shameless promotion)
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we discussed anything related to medicine in the news (sorta like debates only way more chilled but you could always have actual debates too!): it tended to be ethics but also medical research and "hot topics" like the junior doctors contract. you could decide topics for each week in advance?

everyone was in year 12/13 and was considering either applying to medicine/dentistry/etc. so after the holidays, the year 13s also did mini presentations on things like work experience or their EPQ research or anything really which was really beneficial in year 12.
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Ok I was never involved in such a thing but you can

(1) find a medical journal and talk about it - not in an "anaylsing how the research was carried out" but more as a "what does it mean" kind of way
(2) analyse the latest copy of the student BMJ / BBC Health as suggested above
(3) talk about work experience and volunteering
(4) talk about different med school requirements
(5) talk about what happens after medical school graduation
(6) see if you can invite med students and junior / senior doctors to come to your society
(7) invite them to use TSR!! :lol: (shameless promotion)
Thank you so so much !!
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