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This conference will next be presented in July 2014 and can be booked now.

Competition for places at medical school is intense, as medicine draws from society's most committed and talented young people. Medism has been designed to give students the rich experience they need to strengthen their UCAS application to medical school.

At Medsim you will be able to take an entrance exam for a top European medical school and, if successful, will be offered a place before you take your A2 exams!

See brochure for more details:
Click HERE for Medsim brochure.

To book your Medsim Course click HERE.

Everything You Need To Know About The Medsim Course


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Dates

Medsim, 5th - 6th July 2014

Advanced Rapid Response 4th July 2014

Venue

The University Of Nottingham Read More

Prices

Medsim, £199

Advanced Rapid Response, £80

Enhance Your Experience

Value Package

MedSchool

Medic

Rapid Response


 

 

Get Ahead-Work Experience Opportunities


Clinical Presentations- Expand Your Knowledge



The Clinical Presentations: These consist of a series of short presentations intended to guide and prepare you for the extensive practicals that are the essential feature of Medsim.


+ Case History:
How and what information to take from a patient prior to examination.


+ Surgical Techniques for Keyhole Surgery: Essential surgical procedures described.


+ Patient Rounds: Step by step guide to making a diagnosis of the patients that you will meet.


+ Medsim Clinical Preparation: Extra time for those who have not attended Medlink or Medisix Plus.




Clinical Training Sessions- Experience Life As A Medical Student

Clinical Training Sessions: These sessions will give you direct experience in using some of the important tools of medicine, with special relevance to your future experience in Casualty. Working in small groups, the purpose is to provide you with actual hands on practice in these essential areas.


+ Suturing:
The techniques and skills of suturing will be practised and applied.
+ X-Rays: Learn how to use and interpret X-Rays from a variety of different perspectives and sources.
+ Ultrasound: Examine and view the actual heart of a patient as part of your training and experience.
+ Using the needle: Giving injections, watch, learn, then perform for yourself.


Clinical Experience-Mentored By Medical Students And Doctors

Clinical Experience: These sessions are a superb opportunity for prospective medical students to obtain valuable experience of employing their newly acquired skills to diagnose actual patients and to treat others through simulation. Further, these clinical events (the Emergency Call-out in particular) require skills and techniques to be applied in real-time and under pressure. Not only are these opportunities designed to add valuable experience to the student’s UCAS form, they come as close as possible to the actual excitement and experience of being a doctor. Possibly more than any other aspect of the course they confirm a young person’s choice of medicine as a career and provide them with the motivation to pursue their future as a doctor.


+ Emergency Call out
: Difficult to describe and has to be experienced. Called from bed in the early hours of the morning or in the middle of the afternoon you will be directed to the scene of a simulated emergency, which may be a road traffic accident or similar. Working in real-time and under pressure the aim is to save a life, but of course there is more…


+ Palpation: A harmless cyst or cancer? The principles of touch in diagnosis are taught and then applied.


+ Patient Case History:
Prior to examination of your patient, essential information is required. Often these skills will be required in the quiet of the ward, at other times…

 

+ Keyhole Surgery: As you look through the laparoscopic camera, you perform a genuine surgical task in real-time, working through simulated blood and tissue that is hard to distinguish from the genuine thing.


+ Emergency Tracheotomy: Your patient is choking; using the latest surgical simulator cut through the trachea and insert a breathing tube - simple? Visit, for example, www.ehendrick.org

 

+ Patient Diagnosis: Several real patients will confront you and your small group of fellow medics. Your goal will be to diagnose their condition, both personally and in emergency situations.


+ Resuscitation:
Prepare for a high-tech analysis of your timing and skills as you resuscitate your patient.

 

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Masaryk Entrance Examination Test Information

If you have taken the Masaryk entrance test at Medsim you will be informed of your result by email before the end of July.

ALL applicants for Masaryk entrance examination tests have to submit an online e-application in advance by July 5th 2013!

Applicants, who have already made it for the exam in Brno, do not need to do it twice.

 Instructions are here: http://is.muni.cz/prihlaska/info.pl?lang=en;op=n;utyp=BM;beh=876;ufak=1411

  1. select under the Faculty of Medicine - General Medicine
  2. click on: Create a new application for a place on this field
  3. option number 3 - I would like to create a new application (from scratch)

 E-application is completed with a final click on “Submit the e-application” and you can see in it when it is confirmed and then will also see if they are accepted to take the test!

 All information, syllabi and sample tests are provided on the Masaryk website http://www.med.muni.cz/index.php?id=9 and video, virtual tour round the Campus are also provided on the main Masaryk website http://www.med.muni.cz/index.php?id=1.

Students will do 3 x 1 hour multiple choice tests, covering the whole A level syllabus, not just AS components. Biology and Chemistry are compulsory. Students choose either Maths or Physics as the third test.

You are strongly advised to study the syllabi and practice the sample tests to give yourself a chance of passing. You will only be allowed to take the test once this year, but could retake it again next year in year 13.

See brochure for more details: Click HERE for Medsim brochure.

To book your Medsim Course click HERE.

PRE-CONFERENCE MATERIALS

Please note. The Clinical Preparation Briefing is only for delegates booked onto MEDSIM.

To ensure you are best prepared for the conference, and also then best prepared for your application and interview, work through the PDF documents below:

Clinical Preparation Briefing - Patients

Clinical Preparation Briefing - Stethoscope

Medsim Laparoscopic Surgery

Medsim Ultrasound

For the MAIN CAMPUS MAP click HERE

Testimonial from Emma - Medsim Delegate

I attended the Medsim course at the University of Nottingham. For me, Medsim helped to confirm that Medicine was what I wanted to do. The chance to have a go at taking blood from a simulated arm and using a model to experience Key Hole Surgery was a unique opportunity to take a look at the practical side of medicine.  The chance to meet and talk to other applicants from around the country, as well as current Medical Students, was also a valuable opportunity.

I was able to discuss my experiences at Medsim in my personal statement and interview. I felt that I had had the opportunity to discover the many different aspects of medicine. I also practised key communications skills, since I had to work well in teams of people I had never met before in order to be successful, much like in Clinical Practice.

Overall, Medsim deepened my knowledge and understanding of Medicine as a career and strengthened my application to Medical School. I would recommend the course to anyone who is considering a career in Medicine. I am now studing medicine at Nottingham Medical School.

Delegates MUST be at least 16 yrs old on the first day of the conference.

View some of the highlights from Medsim and hear from some of our past students.


 

Everything You Need To Know About The Medsim Course


 

 

Get Ahead-Work Experience Opportunities


Clinical Presentations- Expand Your Knowledge



The Clinical Presentations: These consist of a series of short presentations intended to guide and prepare you for the extensive practicals that are the essential feature of Medsim.


+ Case History:
How and what information to take from a patient prior to examination.


+ Surgical Techniques for Keyhole Surgery: Essential surgical procedures described.


+ Patient Rounds: Step by step guide to making a diagnosis of the patients that you will meet.


+ Medsim Clinical Preparation: Extra time for those who have not attended Medlink or Medisix Plus.




Clinical Training Sessions- Experience Life As A Medical Student

Clinical Training Sessions: These sessions will give you direct experience in using some of the important tools of medicine, with special relevance to your future experience in Casualty. Working in small groups, the purpose is to provide you with actual hands on practice in these essential areas.


+ Suturing:
The techniques and skills of suturing will be practised and applied.
+ X-Rays: Learn how to use and interpret X-Rays from a variety of different perspectives and sources.
+ Ultrasound: Examine and view the actual heart of a patient as part of your training and experience.
+ Using the needle: Giving injections, watch, learn, then perform for yourself.


Clinical Experience-Mentored By Medical Students And Doctors

Clinical Experience: These sessions are a superb opportunity for prospective medical students to obtain valuable experience of employing their newly acquired skills to diagnose actual patients and to treat others through simulation. Further, these clinical events (the Emergency Call-out in particular) require skills and techniques to be applied in real-time and under pressure. Not only are these opportunities designed to add valuable experience to the student’s UCAS form, they come as close as possible to the actual excitement and experience of being a doctor. Possibly more than any other aspect of the course they confirm a young person’s choice of medicine as a career and provide them with the motivation to pursue their future as a doctor.


+ Emergency Call out
: Difficult to describe and has to be experienced. Called from bed in the early hours of the morning or in the middle of the afternoon you will be directed to the scene of a simulated emergency, which may be a road traffic accident or similar. Working in real-time and under pressure the aim is to save a life, but of course there is more…


+ Palpation: A harmless cyst or cancer? The principles of touch in diagnosis are taught and then applied.


+ Patient Case History:
Prior to examination of your patient, essential information is required. Often these skills will be required in the quiet of the ward, at other times…

 

+ Keyhole Surgery: As you look through the laparoscopic camera, you perform a genuine surgical task in real-time, working through simulated blood and tissue that is hard to distinguish from the genuine thing.


+ Emergency Tracheotomy: Your patient is choking; using the latest surgical simulator cut through the trachea and insert a breathing tube - simple? Visit, for example, www.ehendrick.org

 

+ Patient Diagnosis: Several real patients will confront you and your small group of fellow medics. Your goal will be to diagnose their condition, both personally and in emergency situations.


+ Resuscitation:
Prepare for a high-tech analysis of your timing and skills as you resuscitate your patient.

 

Medical School

Dates of Open Days 2014

Aberdeen School of Medicine

August 26th

Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary, University of London

June 20th, July15th and July 18th

Birmingham School of Medicine

June 27th, June 28th, September 13 and September 18th

Brighton and Sussex Medical School

TBA, normally June and September

Bristol Faculty of Medicine

June 20th, June 21st and September 13th

Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine

July 3rdand July 4th

Cardiff University School of Medicine

June 27th and June 28th

Dundee Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing

TBA, normally June

Edinburgh College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine

June 13th, September 1st and September 27th

Exeter Medical School

TBA

Glasgow College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences

June 19th, September 3rd and October 25th

Hull York Medical School

TBA in the Spring

Imperial College School of Medicine

February 12th

Keele University School of Medicine

February 22nd, March 16th and March 29th

King's College London School of Medicine (at Guy's, King's College and St Thomas' Hospital)

TBA in the Spring

Leeds School of Medicine

20th June, 21st June, 27th June, 13th September and 11th October

Leicester Medical School

TBA, normally in the Summer

Liverpool Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

20th June, 21st June, 27th September and 11th October

Manchester Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences

20th June, 21st June and 4th October

Newcastle Medical School

TBA, normally Summer and Autumn

Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia

21st June, 5th July and 13th September

Nottingham Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences

27th June, 28th June, 12th September and 13th September

Oxford Medical Sciences Division

2nd July, 3rd July and 19th September

Plymouth Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry

26th April

Queen's Belfast, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences

TBA, normally June and September

Sheffield School of Medicine

19th June, 11th July, 12th July and 6th September

Southampton School of Medicine

4th July, 5th July, 5th September and 6th September

St Andrews Faculty of Medical Sciences

12th March, 2nd April, 9th April and 16th April

St George's University of London

Generally the last Wednesday of every month excluding July and December

Swansea School of Medicine

28th June, 11th October, 1st November

University College London, University College Medical School

TBA

 

 

Who Attends The Medsim Course?

  • Students wanting to enhance their application
  • Those seriously considering a career in medicine
  • Students interested in studying abroad
  • Find out how to gain work experience

Benefits Of Attending Medsim

  • Enhance your application form
  • University experience
  • Gain work experience
  • Have a medical school interview
  • Gain clinical experience

Medsim Enhanced

Medsim Practicals


Medsim Testimonials

'The atmosphere was amazing'

'I left the conference with a firm offer to read medicine'    

'I cannot describe the boost to my confidence'

'It took my confidence to a whole new level'

'It's so different to anything else I've been on'

'The whole experience has been great fun'

'It's been so useful for interview techniques'    

'I really enjoyed every aspect of Medsim'



'It's been an amazing experience'

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