For many, the idea of early retirement is a dream and doing more work is the last thing on their mind. For others, it’s forced upon them and in the case of Innes Simon Chadwick, whilst his time as a GP is over, he has far from finished learning about medicine. Here he gives us … More Trying my hand at Medical Humanities
David Rothwell is a second year Adult Nursing student who certainly lives up to the reputation of student nurses being some of the busiest on campus. Below, David documents a week in his life, beginning it with placement in a chemotherapy suite and ending it on a trip with the Army Medical Reserves…. Monday Today … More Week in the life of a 2nd year Adult Nursing student
After graduating from her undergraduate degree in Virology from The University of Glasgow, Anya Morrison wanted to further explore the interactions between humans and viruses by undertaking a PhD. However, due to limited lab experience and competition for funding, this is currently the next step in a longer-term objective. Meanwhile, in an effort to upskill … More MRes vs MSci: Exploring a research-led master’s in Infection Biology
For many people already working full-time, the prospect of going on to further study and returning to the classroom seems out of the question… Fortunately, with Advanced Community Pharmacy Practice – one of our many postgraduate courses that can be studied part-time – the flexible hours and distance-learning delivery method means that current pharmacists can continue their … More Pharmacy from afar: Advanced Community Pharmacy Practice
With the UCAS deadline looming for students to select their firm university offer, University of Manchester medical student, Masumah Jannah answers questions below from prospective medical students who are weighing up their options. If you’re still undecided on what your firm offer should be, then hopefully Masumah’s responses below can alleviate any doubts that you … More Is Manchester the medical school for you?
Malaika Haider is an international Medicine student from Singapore who is currently coming to the end of her first year at the University of Manchester. Picking the right university is, of course, very important for all students but perhaps even more so for international students who can’t just hop on a train and go home … More Medicine at Manchester: An International Student’s Perspective
Msc Organisational Psychology graduate, Anna Powell, has taken a completely different path to her peers since graduating with her undergrad in psychology in 2015. Instead of going down the popular routes of clinical and educational psychology, Anna has found herself working within nuclear facilities. And how does that relate to psychology exactly? Find out below… If you’d … More How my Psychology degree led me to the nuclear industry