First mini medical school launched

Ever wanted to understand more about the human body and the latest treatments for illnesses without the need to spend five years at med school?

Birmingham University has come up with a solution with the first mini-medical school to be run in the UK.

A series of two-hour sessions over the 10-week course will tackle some of the major topics in medicine in a fun and accessible way, including cancer, cardiovascular disease, psychiatric disorders and communication between doctors and patients.

For more information see Birmingham University


Wanna be a doc?

Interested in becoming a doctor?

Keele University is offering the chance to find out what the job’s like at a medicine careers day on Wednesday, March 12.

It’s aimed at school students aged 15-16 who want to find out more about the career.

For more see Keele University.