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Gateway to Medicine - Touring Facilities, A Student Perspective

G2M students share their experiences of settling in on the first few days of their course.

It’s the first day with the people we’re going to spend much of our future medical careers with!

Some of us are feeling nervous and some excited, we’ve came from all different backgrounds and…

Published by The School of Medicine, Medical Sciences and Nutrition, University of Aberdeen

Gateway to Medicine - First Steps, a Student Perspective

A G2M student shares their thoughts on starting out on their pathway to a medical career.

 

Beginning at NESCOL (North East Scotland College)

As day one of the Gateway to Medicine course finally loomed, we were all apprehensive. Flatmates had been met and friendships had been made, but what…

Published by The School of Medicine, Medical Sciences and Nutrition, University of Aberdeen

Gateway to Medicine - A Student's Perspective on Beginning the G2M Journey

A G2M student shares their thoughts on arriving in Aberdeen.

My first couple of days in Aberdeen were spent exploring this beautiful city. I took several hours walking and looking at the buildings though, in my experience, I wouldn’t recommend eating outside as the seagulls will mug you for a…

Published by The School of Medicine, Medical Sciences and Nutrition, University of Aberdeen

Public Engagement for Public Awareness: Sharing is Caring

Last week, I gave the keynote talk at NHS Grampian’s Research and Development annual conference, which was held in the Suttie Centre on Tuesday, 4th December. The conference theme was public awareness of, engagement with and involvement in clinical research. My presentation was entitled ‘Public Engagement for Public Awareness: Sharing…

Published by The School of Medicine, Medical Sciences and Nutrition, University of Aberdeen

Pretending to be Ill

The following article appeared in the Winter 2018 issue of "Third Age Matters".

Patient-doctor role-play is an invaluable medical training process, extending the emotional range of everyone who takes part, says Dr Stuart Hannabuss, a writer, retired academic and lay chaplain at the University of Aberdeen.

"As we age and…

Published by The School of Medicine, Medical Sciences and Nutrition, University of Aberdeen

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