Category: News & Features

Student Wilderness Medicine Conference 2018

Student Wilderness Medicine Conference 2018

Grab your early bird tickets for the 2018 Student Wilderness Medicine Conference 2018 – brought to you by Liverpool Wilderness Medics, 12-14th October, Snowdonia National Park. See you there!

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Safeguarding on Expedition

Safeguarding on Expedition

Looking after vulnerable adults or young people? We asked Jono Oldershaw, registered Social Worker with a specialist interest in international Child Protection and Mental Health to give us a common sense approach to safeguarding on expedition.

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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 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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