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50 at 50: Making the First Cut – Increasing diversity in surgical careers

Surgeons aren’t born. They’re made. A cliché statement, we know, but true in every sense of the word. As medical students we commit to spending a lifetime training to be effective doctors and providing quality care for our patients. We can all speak to a time where we did whatever it took to get into …

50 at 50: Mental Health and Medical Students

I’m Issy and I’m a fourth-year medical student. Going into the 50th year of medicine here at Nottingham, obviously a lot has changed from that first cohort to my own, with cohorts in between producing doctors that have even treated me! Even since I started in 2017, there have been changes. Particularly close to my heart are changes in …

50 at 50: A message from the MedSoc President

My name is Pascal Vogiaridis and I am going into my 3rd Year of Medicine, here, at Nottingham. In June, I took over as President of MedSoc from the wonderful Callum McIntyre. MedSoc is a student-led organisation that every single medical student is automatically part of at no cost. The committee is responsible for ensuring that every member feels like they are fully involved in this …

50 at 50: Dean’s Blog

As we start our celebrations for the 50th Anniversary of Medicine at the University of Nottingham, I have been reflecting on how quickly time passes.  So much has changed in all our lives in the past six months, yet alone in the past 50 years! Such occasions allow us to look back on the many …