Medical Leadership and Management Society

 

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  • Medical Leadership and Management Standard Membership£0.00
  • Medical Leadership and Management Society Associate Membership£0.00
 

About Us


We aim to build leadership attributes among students from all healthcare disciplines. This can be achieved by a number of ways: 

  1. By providing you with opportunities to organise your own events e.g. acting as student leaders in National Pathology Week.

  2. By giving guidance and training to build skills and attributes like management, presentation and innovative skills through keynote lectures.

  3. By getting you involved in outreach and teaching e.g. assisting prospective medical students with their interviews, applications and personal statements.

  4. By offering you networking opportunities with professionals from different specialties.

 

Committee Members

 

Events Lead (Exeter)

President (Exeter)

Secretary

Treasurer

 

 

All Events

 
Everyday Pathology around us – NPW Stall
1st November 9:30am - 1:30pm
Streatham Campus
The event will consist of having a stall at the Streatham campus dedicated to educating students about how to avoid common pathogens, such as foodborne illness, respiratory infections, other frequent diseases. This is part of the National Path Week
Pathology in Clinical Practice – the AMK Quiz
3rd November 5:30pm - 7pm
St Luke's Campus
A quiz for medical students on Pathology in Clinical Practice. Hosted in-person at St Luke's campus, LSRC room (capacity of 60 people, suitable for in-person events). Maximum attendance of 30 people, booking attendance in advance required.
Pathologist's guide to Clinical Microbiology – Prof Marina Morgan
4th November 6pm - 7:15pm
Online
A talk by a Consultant Microbiologists on choosing a career and becoming a clinical microbiologist. Hosted online
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Next Event

Everyday Pathology around us – NPW Stall
1st November
Streatham Campus
The event will consist of having a stall at the Streatham campus dedicated to educating students about how to avoid common pathogens, such as foodborne illness, respiratory infections, other frequent diseases. This is part of the National Path Week

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