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INTERACTIVE VIRTUAL WORK EXPERIENCE FOR MEDICS IN THE MAKING

AVAILABLE EVERY OTHER WEEK ON MEDICPLAYER

"INCREDIBLE"

24HRS on the ward is a 24 part series offering students a fully certified medical work experience to supplement their application to medical school. In each episode you will follow a doctor as they meet and treat a patient. In the episode you will be front and centre in controlling the patients clinical journey. Learn the pillars of medical ethics, decision making in clinal practice and the process of diagnosis and prognosis.

  • Fully certified for UCAS

  • We work with over 40 NHS trusts

  • We train over 55,000 medical professionals

  • Produced by real doctors

  • Complete a reflective log for your records

  • Talk about your experience in your personal statement

  • Exceed at interview and secure your university place

  • Demonstrate crucial skills in empathy and compassion as well as situational judgement and decision making.

Available every other Wednesday on Medic Player.

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Filmed in Birmingham with our real NHS doctors

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"THE BEST ACADEMIC MEDICAL EXPERIENCE ON OFFER"

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"UNLIKE ANYTHING

WE'VE SEEN BEFORE"

"AN AMAZING EXPERIENCE"

"THEY'LL NEED IRON STOMACHS"

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The COVID-19 outbreak spread globally in just three months, in its wake it caused unprecedented economic disruption and left a global death toll unlike anything witnessed in modern society. But how did this respiratory virus creep upon us? Where did it come from? What is the mechanism of action? How does it spread… but more importantly, how do we stop it?

The events of this spring have taught us that we need a more coordinated global effort to prevent dangerous viruses from jumping from animal to human, better testing, greater PPE stocks and more importantly greater investment in biomedical research.

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