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Students pursuing a career in Medicine are choosing to embark on a lifelong journey of learning.

Young Person's Medical Conference

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The Young Person’s Medical Conference is an excellent opportunity for any prospective medical applicant to not only learn about excelling in the medical application process, but to experience being a medical student. 

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EXPERIENCE BEING
A MEDICAL STUDENT

Doctor talking to patients

Seminars on how to submit a successful application.

INTERACTIVE MEDICAL
SKILL-BASED WORKSHOPS

Join like-minded applicants in discussing medical topics.

HEAR FROM JUNIOR
DOCTORS AND CONSULTANTS

Tutor speaks to audience

BMAT/UCAT and personal statement focus sessions.

Doctors attend hundreds of global conferences every year, with the General Medical Council (GMC) offering specific guidelines on responsible personal learning to medical doctors in the UK.

We believe that prospective medical students can benefit from these learning environments, just as a fully qualified medical doctor can. Choosing Medicine is, in most cases, choosing a whole lifestyle – a vocation. At the Young Person’s Medical Conference, you will have the opportunity to hear from qualified doctors in different specialties about their own reflections on the medical profession, its challenges, and how to become a doctor.

Work Experience
How to use work experience in your personal statement, and an interview, volunteering and picking the right university when applying to a medical course.


Medical Interviews
Students will see a real interview in action and analyse communication, structure and content of answers.


BMAT & UCAT Admissions
This session will look exclusively at the BMAT and UCAT, giving students the opportunity to work through mock papers with our medical test experts.

Young male student studying medicine
Doctors during a surgery

The Tribunal
In The Tribunal, you will file into a mock General Medical Council hearing. Holding the fate of a doctor’s career in your hands, you will interrogate and debate which decisions should have been made in a controversial case.


The GP Surgery
At The GP Surgery, armed with medical research tools and diagnostic equipment, it is your job to analyse patient complaints based on real clinical cases, and try to diagnose the cause of their suffering.


The Operating Theatre
Join us in The Operating Theatre, where you will roll up your sleeves, don a surgical gown and pair of plastic gloves, and learn to stitch up a wound under pressure.


The Ward Round
On The Ward Round, our consultants will test you on your bedside manner with difficult patients. Can you pick up the clues you need to in order to provide the best level of personal care?

DateLocationCountryEvent
23rd June 2019106 Piccadilly, Mayfair, London W1J 7NLEnglandYoung Person's Medical Conference

Young Person's Medical Conference Testimonials

I learnt what life as a medical student entails and how logic and problem solving is key.

Sofia Consuegra Sully, 2019 attendee

Learnt many things and found it very helpful in applying to medicine soon.

Sam Vickers, 2019 attendee

I learnt insight on the decision making doctors face on a daily basis and how ethics come into play.

2019 attendee

I found the medical experts’ advice very useful. It was also like a one day work experience. We diagnosed patients in specific scenarios and learnt how to stitch up a wound!

Nehir Byat, 2019 attendee

I’ve learnt the different application process aspects and how to do well in applications, different types of careers in medicine and the different aspects of a career in medicine.

2019 attendee

Today has motivated me to become a surgeon.

Sahar Houssaini, 2019 attendee

I learnt what is useful to write about when completing work experience, what is on the admissions tests and tips on them and how the interviews are structured.

Felicity Herbert, 2019 attendee

I absolutely loved the ward rounds. It exposed us to situations that we don’t normally experience but it was great because I learnt how to pick up hints from patients and that we should pick up on these during interviews.

2017 attendee

As a parent, I have been able to clarify the path my daughter wishes to follow and find ways to support her in her choices.

Parent of a 2017 attendee

Before today I was unsure of the journey a doctor had to take, but now I have a much greater understanding of what I would have to do.

2017 attendee
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