Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing have announced that the September BMAT test session will not be going ahead as of new information provided on 01/06/20. This is a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and keeping students and other candidates sitting the test’s safety as a top priority.
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The junior doctor contract is a very likely topic to crop up during your medical interviews or MMI. It’s something that will greatly affect your future as a doctor and show a good understanding of the trials and tribulations of becoming a doctor in the UK. It’s had a lot of coverage in the UK with debates and strikes within the NHS; here’s our (kind of) simplified guide to the whole issue.
The first human genome sequence was completed in 2001. Since then, whole genome sequencing has been used as an important tool in scientific research. What does the availability of this information mean for our society?
Madagascar. A highly biodiverse island off the southeast coast of Africa. The island belongs to the group of Least Developed Countries (LDCs), a UN categorisation representing the poorest and weakest segment of the international community. Check out more information!
Medico-legal questions, a daunting world of case law, complications and consents, are probably last on most people’s list of interview preparation tasks, with a few examples and basic legal principles, putting a “legal spin” on any question you are asked can set you apart from the rest and help you get an offer.
NHS privatisation is a hugely polarizing topic, but a lot of people miss the details behind this hugely important debate. Anybody hoping to work in the NHS in the future is affected by this issue so here’s a brief look at the pros and cons of privatisation.
NHS funding is a topic that rarely makes the headlines these days, and any good medical student should have a basic understanding of the issues involved – it’s always a good interview!
Opening a newspaper is a great way to prepare for any Oxbridge interview: fact. But for historians, current affairs are often seen as an unnecessary side-line to the real sources. Here’s how current affairs can actually increase your chances of gaining a place reading History at Oxbridge.
Despite the lack of proven efficacy, complementary and alternative medicine has been funded by the NHS since its inception.
What is puzzling is that no information is collected on the costs of these treatments. However, there are currently three NHS hospitals in the UK that offer complementary medicine exclusively, all of which require funding and maintenance.