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Archives for September 2014
So the first week of the clinical course comes to an end – what are some top tips for our new students? Try these for size….. What’s up doc? The essential guide to studying medicine at university – The Independent The Sepsis Six “Oscar Caught A FLU”- Survive Sepsis Anaesthesia for the medical student – TraumaGasDoc blog ‘appy […]
Today’s the first day of the new clinical course – 161 bright young things, just 3 years away from becoming doctors. Welcome!
This month in Eyes on Evidence : Prognosis of common mental health disorders in young people A prospective, longitudinal cohort study in Australia suggests that depression and anxiety in young adults frequently begin in adolescence. Mental health disorders in adolescents may persist into young adulthood, although a proportion of cases (especially those of brief duration) can […]
Wednesday 10th update: Carpet laying is progressing well – but we appreciate it doesn’t make for good study conditions. Please bear with us – it should be completed on Friday 12th. Monday 8th – Friday 12th September 2014 We’re getting a new carpet in the Reading Room and Book Collection – goodbye sad […]