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    It’s All in Your Head

    This year, Suzanne O’Sullivan has won the Wellcome book prize for her first book, ‘It’s All in Your Head’. The book explores the concept of psychosomatic illness, how [...]
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    Electing something different

    The line-up of experienced and well-travelled consultants for the Oxford Electives Conference in November promised a thought-provoking day, but the challenges and advice I [...]
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    OMSG Skills Day

    Are you doing your GCSEs or A-levels and thinking about applying for medicine? Want to find out what it’s like? OMSG is running a Medical Skills Day on Saturday 17 [...]
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    Between chaos and hope

    In September 2015, following several boat tragedies and the emotive photos of three-year-old Alan Kurdi washed up on a Greek beach, German chancellor Angela Merkel made the [...]

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    Rosamund Snow, a Patient Tutor at Oxford Medical School, asks if students really know if they are practising good communications skills? Good communication includes open [...]
  • all-in-your-head
    This year, Suzanne O’Sullivan has won the Wellcome book prize for her first book, ‘It’s All in Your Head’. The book explores the concept of psychosomatic illness, how [...]
  • electing-different
    The line-up of experienced and well-travelled consultants for the Oxford Electives Conference in November promised a thought-provoking day, but the challenges and advice I [...]
  • blood bottles
    Are you doing your GCSEs or A-levels and thinking about applying for medicine? Want to find out what it’s like? OMSG is running a Medical Skills Day on Saturday 17 [...]
  • med-ted
    In September 2015, following several boat tragedies and the emotive photos of three-year-old Alan Kurdi washed up on a Greek beach, German chancellor Angela Merkel made the [...]

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    Are you doing your GCSEs or A-levels and thinking about applying for medicine? Want to find out what it’s like? OMSG is running a Medical Skills Day on Saturday 17 [...]
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    A new UK study has provided key insights as to why some individuals maintain good lung function and avoid respiratory disease even after a lifetime of smoking. The study made [...]
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    Junior doctors railed against planned contract changes at a large protest in London last night. Over one thousand trainees marched on Downing Street following the decision [...]
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    Encouraging clinical trial results unveiled this week at the European Congress for Cancer suggest that kidney cancer patients may benefit significantly from two new [...]
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    A study presented at a recent meeting of the European College of Neuropharmacology suggests that water is relatively ineffective at alleviating hangovers. A group of [...]

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