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  • GP Society
    UoBirm - GP Society on 13/02/18
    Hey guys,
    Don?t forget that GPSociety are co-hosting third year cbm revision lectures with PONGSoc followed by a Q&A on any queries you may have! This session is also great for fifth years wanting some paeds revision. Event details are in the attached link!! See you there!https://www.facebook.com/events/186197762137614/?ti=icl
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  • GP Society
    UoBirm - GP Society on 09/02/18
    Abstract submission is now open for the poster presentation at the RCGP regional conference at UoB on the 10th March.

    Please email submissions to uobgpsociety@gmail.com by Wednesday 21st February and include your name, university and email address. Abstracts should be a maximum of 250 words.

    Both landscape and portrait A1 posters will be accepted on the day and you will be informed whether you have been accepted in the week leading up to the conference.

    This is a good opportunity for any GP related audit projects to present at a regional conference, with prizes available from the RCGP.
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  • GP Society
    UoBirm - GP Society on 09/02/18
    Sign up is now open for the Central student RCGP conference hosted at the University of Birmingham on the 10th of March 2018. Sign up for the conference before it?s too late! It is totally FREE if you create a FREE student account on the RCGP website!
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  • GP Society
    UoBirm - GP Society on 24/01/18
    Medicine too routine? Need a cognitive challenge? Considering a change?

    Join us for a wonderful (FREE! +pizza!) evening where we will explain what you can expect from careers in healthcare consulting and finance.

    https://www.facebook.com/events/329451450873735/
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  • GP Society
    UoBirm - GP Society on 17/01/18
    Join us for a wonderful (FREE!) evening where we will explain what you can expect from careers in consulting and finance.

    1) Fahad Mohammad (Founder of TIMESoc) - Introduction to consulting and his experience interning for a strategy consulting firm in the heart of London.

    2) Lucy Wild (Careers Network) - How to maximise your chances at an internship including perfecting your CV and interview skills.

    3) Adam Cheung (Royal Bank of Canada) - One doctor's journey from General Practice to working for the Royal Bank of Canada as a Senior Manager in Strategy.

    https://www.facebook.com/events/329451450873735/
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