Last November, I received an invitation to represent the European Society of Medical Oncology, speaking at the Japanese Society of Medical Oncology in Kyoto in July 2019. My first thought was “what a great opportunity”, my second was “I think
Medics Revue is one of the events marking the Christmas season calendar and for any of you who were part of similar shows in your student days, you will find that the entertainment that is on offer is a tradition
We are nearing the end of another busy term, trying to ensure all urgent and important tasks are progressed, along with most of the important and less urgent ones, while aiming to keep a check on the mountain of those
I’m writing this the evening before a meeting with the General Medical Council and HEE Wessex, when we will be formally given feedback from our regulator on their five yearly Review of our University of Southampton BMBS Medicine programmes.
The latest edition of Medical Education[i], which has long been the top ranked journal of its kind[ii], reminds us that it is 30 years since the Edinburgh Declaration[iii] was approved at the World Conference on Medical Education held in the
I’m writing this on the evening of the Faculty of Medicine Leadership Team Away Day, when the heads of Academic Units, Associate Deans and Dean meet to discuss key aspects and priorities for the Faculty.
It’s Open Day season once again – that time of year when universities throughout the country open their doors to prospective students, advertising what’s on offer, trying to entice the brightest and best.
I attended the MedSoc Spring Ball on 6th May. I was advised that the dress code was ‘summer chic’, or ‘what you might wear at a wedding’, and had been asked to present certificates to the winners on the Dean’s