OUR PROJECTS

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FINAL YEAR TOOLKIT

Hosting a range of talks focused on preparing final year students for their first steps into foundation training, we provide information and support for those undertaking the Situational Judgement Test (SJT), choosing between deaneries and applying to the Academic Foundation Programme (AFP).

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ROYAL SOCIETY OF MEDICINE CONFERENCE

The Royal Society of Medicine and the UK Medical Students' Association have teamed up to deliver several conferences over the past few years, exclusively for medical students.  
These events will provide a unique insight into the future of healthcare in the UK, as well as highlighting the importance of multi-professional practice. We look to explore innovation within the NHS and learn more about leadership skills in order to give you the best head-start in your medical career.

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NATIONAL RESEARCH FORUM

A core aim of the UKMSA in the coming years is to establish the UK's first database linking researchers and principle investigators across the country with enthusiastic medical students in order to gain insight and experience into medical research.

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EXAM RESOURCES AND MCQS

We have years of experience in providing learning and educational materials for medical students. Now, in collaboration with the innovative new MCQ platform 'Ques', we are hoping to provide our members with access to easy-to-use, interactive learning resources.

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DEVELOPING CLINICAL LEADERSHIP 

With the growing evidence base showing the influence of clinical leadership on health outcomes, we have appointed our first National Leadership Officer. Using our platform, we will be hosting new events seeking to promote and develop the importance of leadership skills from an early stage in medical education.

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ROLE MODEL PROGRAMME

Acting as a medium to connect interested medical students with early career trainees, we want to provide relevant and up-to-date advice on how aspiring specialists can put their best foot forward when it comes time to apply for their chosen field