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Ethics In The Medical Application

In our most recent UCAT Situational Judgement Test (SJT) hangout we discussed, among a variety of tips and questions, the topic of medical ethics and what you need to know for the UCAT.
Medical ethics is central to your future education, so naturally it may well feature in your personal statement and is very likely to feature in your interview(s) in one form or another. Yes, even in Oxbridge interviews!
Read on for a quick summary of the ethics you should be aware of and how you might be asked about them.

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How to Approach Problem-Based Learning (PBL)

Problem-based learning (PBL) is an active teaching style in which students are at the centre of their own learning. Organised in a series of sessions, students learn about a topic through the experience of solving ‘problems’ they encounter in a scenario (known as triggers).
Read on to find out what they are all about!

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Getting the most out of Full Body Dissection

Although compulsory, whole-body cadaver dissection is becoming increasingly rare in UK medical schools. However, it is still considered an essential and enriching experience for many doctors and students.
It allows you to appreciate the spatial arrangement of the body’s organs and systems in relation to each other and allows you to begin to develop manual dexterity skills, which are an important foundation for many medical fields.

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Ethics In The Medical Application

In our most recent UCAT Situational Judgement Test (SJT) hangout we discussed, among a variety of tips and questions, the topic of medical ethics and what you need to know for the UCAT.
Medical ethics is central to your future education, so naturally it may well feature in your personal statement and is very likely to feature in your interview(s) in one form or another. Yes, even in Oxbridge interviews!
Read on for a quick summary of the ethics you should be aware of and how you might be asked about them.

Read More »

How to Approach Problem-Based Learning (PBL)

Problem-based learning (PBL) is an active teaching style in which students are at the centre of their own learning. Organised in a series of sessions, students learn about a topic through the experience of solving ‘problems’ they encounter in a scenario (known as triggers).
Read on to find out what they are all about!

Read More »

Getting the most out of Full Body Dissection

Although compulsory, whole-body cadaver dissection is becoming increasingly rare in UK medical schools. However, it is still considered an essential and enriching experience for many doctors and students.
It allows you to appreciate the spatial arrangement of the body’s organs and systems in relation to each other and allows you to begin to develop manual dexterity skills, which are an important foundation for many medical fields.

Read More »

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