Want to teach students? Network with other alumni in your specialty? Interview prospective students? Help in our widening access work? Here's how.
There are many ways for you to come back and even contribute to medical education. Whether it’s helping select students at admissions interviews, teaching, examining in OSCEs or just popping in to say hello at an event!
Whatever the stage of your career, we believe there is always a place for you to develop professionally, build networks or share your experiences with students in the UCL Medical School community.
See below our upcoming events and activities:
|Contribute directly to teaching medical students, including bedside teaching, Twilight Teaching and more on our Teaching Portal. If you are based at one of our teaching hospitals contact your undergraduate lead to find out more.
|MBBS Year 4 Reflective Practice marking
|Year 4 students complete 2 short essays reflecting on a situation they found interesting/challenging. You would be marking essays and giving feedback online via Turnitin for max 15 students.Training provided.
|We are always looking for GP placements for students. If you would like to get involved, fill out our online form, see our website or get in touch. We would love to hear from you!
|Alternate Thursdays (evening)
|Medics4Medics: student mental health talks
|This student-led group aims to improve mental health awareness. They are looking for speakers for their informal talks on various topics such as Burnout, Perfectionism, Social Media and more.
Student lead: Anojah Sivarajah