Motivation for Medicine
Lesson 1: Why Medicine?
Lesson 2: Being a Doctor
Lesson 3: Specialties
Lesson 4: Non-Clinical Roles of Doctors
Lesson 5: Allied Health Professionals
Lesson 6: Extracurricular - Academic
Lesson 1: Four Pillars of Medical Ethics
Lesson 2: Euthanasia
Lesson 3: Abortion
Lesson 4: Autonomy
Lesson 5: Confidentiality
Lesson 6: Doctor Strikes
Lesson 1: Introduction to Oxbridge
Lesson 2: General Oxbridge Tips
Lesson 3: Medical Knowledge Questions
Lesson 4: Medical Knowledge - Role Play
Lesson 5: Data Interpretation Questions
Lesson 6: Data Interpretation - Role Play
Lesson 7: Creative Questions
Lesson 8: Creative Questions - Role Play
Lesson 9: Why Oxbridge?
Lesson 10: The Oxford Interview
Lesson 11: The Cambridge Interview
Lesson 1: Skills and Qualities
Lesson 2: Inspiration and Emotion
Lesson 3: Teamwork and Leadership
Lesson 4: Organisation & Time Management
Lesson 5: Personality - Scenarios
Lesson 6: Academia and Motivation
Lesson 7: Thinking Outside the Box
Lesson 1: General Questions
Lesson 2: Surgery
Lesson 3: GP
Lesson 4: Hospital
Lesson 1: NHS Background
Lesson 2: NHS Constitution
Lesson 3: Health and Social Care Act Summary
Lesson 4: Health and Social Care Act Debate
Lesson 5: Saving Money in the NHS
Discussing Your BMAT Essay
Lesson 1: Introduction to BMAT Essay
Lesson 2: How to Talk About Your Essay
Lesson 3: September - Essay Title 1
Lesson 4: September - Essay Title 2
Lesson 5: September - Essay Title 3
Lesson 6: November - Essay Title 1
Lesson 7: November - Essay Title 2
Lesson 8: November - Essay Title 3
Lesson 1: What is MMI?
Lesson 2: MMI Key Tips
Lesson 3: Data Interpretation
Lesson 4: Calculations
Station 1: Communication
Station 2: Breaking Bad News
Station 3: Breaking Bad News II
Station 4: Dealing with Difficult Patients
Station 5: Dealing with Incompetent Doctors
Station 6: Informing Patients of Mistakes
Station 7: Giving Patients Medical Advice
Station 8: Ethical Scenario
Station 9: Data Interpretation
Station 10: Calculation
Station 11: Abortion
Station 12: NHS
NHS Current Topics
Lesson 1: Junior Doctors' Contract
Lesson 2: 7 Day NHS
Lesson 3: Charlie Gard Case
Lesson 4: Brexit
Lesson 5: Mental Health Provisions
Lesson 6: Obesity Crisis
Lesson 7: A&E Waiting Times
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