Surgical Society

Surgical Society

Queen Mary, University Of London (QMUL)

About Surgical Society
Hello!Whether you're already certain of a career in surgery and are working towards building your portfolio, or are simply exploring your options and would like to learn more about this fulfilling career, BL Surgical Society is here to help! Foundation programmes have recently undergone significant changes in educational structure and content towards more primary and community-based specialties – a necessary shift that has also been adopted by medical schools across the country. As a result, the BL Surgical Society committee believes it has become particularly important for surgical representatives at medical schools to ensure that alternative routes and opportunities are available to students considering a career in surgery, as well as others looking to prepare for foundation years and develop key procedural skills necessary across all disciplines.Throughout the year, BL Surgical Society will be running a range of surgical skills workshops, journal club sessions to promote surgical research, mentorship schemes for a more personalised surgical experience, careers oriented talks by guest surgeons, and more!Membership Purchase Options  Barts/ QM students: Surgical Society Standard Membership Alumni, Staff, students from other UK higher education institutuions: Surgical Society Associate MembershipFeel free to contact the team on Facebook, or email us at info@blsurgical.co.uk if you have any questions!Facebook and Twitter BL Surgical Society Committee 2020/21 Presidents: Kai Liang and Raneesha Pillay Vice president: Aleksandra Lopuszko Careers Lead: Anna Szukala  Conference Lead: Soundarya Soundararajan  Skills Lead: Sara Hui Treasurer: Ryan Patel General Secretary: Yaeesh Khan Academic and Anatomy Officer: Julia Daukszewicz Women in Surgery Representative: Pamela Adamowicz  Publicity Officers: Alex Haiser and Bhavit Dhokia Clinical representative: Katie Gibbs Pre-clinical representative: Nathan Yap
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