Category: News & Features

Surviving the Death Zone

Surviving the Death Zone

New UK Mountain Medicine site, with details of UK Mountain Medicine Fellowships and the Hathersage weekend.

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Why venom isn’t all bad.

Why venom isn’t all bad.

Would you have spotted the venomous snake across the path in a remote forest in Northern Zambia?

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SES Explorer Awards 2018

SES Explorer Awards 2018

Come along to this celebration of discovery, but be warned, itchy feet are inevitable

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The Definitive Junior Doctors’ Guide to Working and Living in New Zealand

The Definitive Junior Doctors’ Guide to Working and Living in New Zealand

Junior doctors Shona Main and Will Denehan have demystified and condensed all you need to know to make the move to live and work as a doctor in New Zealand. What are you waiting for?

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The decontamination process at one of MSF’s Ebola Management Centres, Magburaka, Sierra Leone, March 2015

The fight against ebola & the power of resilience

Dr Sam Roper, a trainee paediatrician with an interest in humanitarian medicine, reflects upon her time in Sierra Leone working with survivors of ebola: plenty to learn from stories of incredible resilience.

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Elective Competition 2017 Winner

Elective Competition 2017 Winner

We are proud to announce the winner of our 2017 Elective competition: congratulations Thomas Bennett! Well done Tom, and a big thank you to all of our medical student and junior doctor entrants.

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GASOC Journal Club

GASOC Journal Club

Join this global collaborative of trainees for their first event of 2018.

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As One Campaign Launch

As One Campaign Launch

Health Poverty Action relaunches their As One campaign. Support health professionals around the world and consider donating your own professional medical-related costs for a global cause.

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Mutual Benefits of International Volunteering: The Evidence

Mutual Benefits of International Volunteering: The Evidence

Looking for the evidence on working abroad to wave in front of your concerned programme director? The RCPSG have produced a must read report to help with job interviews or your bid for ‘out of programme’ experience.

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Doug Scott CBE talk for IPPG

Doug Scott CBE talk for IPPG

Hear about his ‘Crawl down The Ogre’, one of the most dramatic stories of mountain survival ever told. Joint fundraiser for Community Action Nepal and our friends at IPPG, Cardiff, Tues 7th November.

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