Job Opportunities for Medical Students

Sam Tutoring is a vibrant company looking for friendly and reliable part time tutors to teach Maths, English, Sciences and Languages (especially Spanish) at various levels across London. 
Generous hourly pay and flexible hours make this the perfect role for medical students. 
If you or anyone you know is interested please send your CV to Sam at 

BARS Presents: Critical Appraisal Workshops for SSC2a

Barts Academic Research Society (BARS) Presents: Critical Appraisal Workshops for SSC2a

Hello 2nd years! We will be hosting 3 small group interactive critical appraisal workshops for you to learn how to appraise a paper in a small group setting. Workshops will be taught by QMUL staff members who mark and supervise SSC2a. Please fill out the Google Form to sign up to a workshop. 

Subs are only £1 and we appreciate your support to keep running such events! Stay updated about our events via Facebook.

Wessex Finals Revision Weekend

The Wessex Finals Revision Weekend will run on the 17th/18th November. It comprises of a succinct series of revision lectures to cover the most fundamental concepts needed for medical school finals exams. It is being run by a group of high achieving F1 and F2 doctors, some of whom are also part of the academic foundation program and all of whom have passed finals recently.

Day 1 (medicine) cardiology, respiratory, paediatrics, renal, endocrine, tips for OSCEs. 

Day 2 (surgery) general, vascular, orthopaedics and rheumatology, obstetrics and gynaecology, tips for the written papers.

The format of the day will be completely lecture based but will address common features of the written, multiple choice and osce exams. There will be many practice osces offered by others and we do not want to duplicate this.

The event is free but we are not offering an included lunch.

Please sign up using the Eventbrite below:

Facebook event

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Barts Community Smiles - Sugar Challenge

The Sugar Challenge

We are challenging you give up 'free sugars' and swap your sugar-filled food and drinks for more healthier, sugar-free items for the duration of the campaign (12th-18th Nov).


Some examples:

- Have whole oranges instead of orange juice 

- Plain porridge with slices of banana instead of syrup/honey!


Join our simple challenge and our top swaps will WIN electric toothbrushes/£30 Amazon Vouchers! 

 To participate in the contest, tag us in your creative sugar swaps posts on Instagram/ Facebook/ Twitter with the Hashtags #SugarAwarenessWeek and #Bartscommunitysmiles" or you could email us as well!


Do join us and we look forward to seeing your swaps :)

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BL Academic Surgery Survey 2018

Dear student, 

We would like to invite you to take part in a short online survey looking into the degree of surgical and academic surgery integration in our current MBBS curriculum, with the goal of potentially improving our current teaching. This survey will also aim to explore student interest and engagement with academic research, and of the ways in which we can make research more accessible to students!

This survey will take only a few minutes to complete, and will involve answering questions relating to a variety of simple surgical clinical scenarios, as well as to the individual’s current interests and engagement with research. All responses will be confidential and stored in a password protected electronic format online. Information regarding student names will not be collected.

The feedback you provide will be extremely valuable to us, and as a thank you for completing our survey, you will have the chance to be entered into aprize draw to win a 1x £10 amazon voucher!!

To take part in this survey, please click the link below: 
Complete the survey!

Thank you.

Work Opportunities for Medical Students

I am writing on behalf of CMED-centre of medical development, who run conferences for GPs to update them on changes to medical practice by London’s leading consultants.

I am looking for medical students who would like to earn some extra money and at the same time they will be able to sit in on these update lectures and get paid to revise. This is ideal for your final year students!!  The duties they will be asked to complete may involve:
-running microphones for the Q&A sessions after each topic
-basic IT support, uploading PowerPoints
-setting up microphones for the speakers
-basic reception/admin work
-general event support

The vacancies I have are for
21st Nov: evening, for ~3hours@£15/hr for venue set up 2 PEOPLE NEEDED
22nd Nov, 23rd Nov, 24th Nov, 25th Nov: full days cover required, can be broken into half days if more suitable, but ideally full days. 4 PEOPLE NEEDED EACH DAY

Following this 4 day event the course will be ran again, currently twice a year, soon to be three times a year.

I really think this is a great crash course for final year medical students (although not a requirement) and they can earn some money at the same time.

I would be most grateful if you could kindly advertise this amongst the medical school on my behalf. Please feel free to call me on 07507509904 to discuss further if necessary.