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Swedish Covenant Hospital becomes Chicago clinical site

The Medical School is pleased to announce that Swedish Covenant Hospital has become our clinical training partner in Chicago.  Swedish Covenant Hospital is a comprehensive healthcare facility providing health and wellness services to the communities of Chicago’s north and northwest sides.

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Campus Visits and Tuition Incentive

Over the past 3 years, many prospective students have visited our campus before making a final decision on a medical school – and the vast majority of them have then enrolled at the St George’s, University of London medical programme at the University of Nicosia Medical School in Cyprus. 

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Medical School becomes regional exam centre for Royal College of Surgeons of England

Thursday, 30 October marked the beginning of a new partnership between the Medical School and the Royal College of Surgeons of England.  The Medical School hosted a team of examiners from the UK who assessed surgeons from across the Middle East and Africa applying to become members of the RCSE.

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Ethics in Medicine

Dr Julia Hynes, Lead for Medical Ethics and Law at the Medical School gave a public lecture about 'Ethics in Medicine' on April 7, 2014.  The presentation examined the history of medical ethics and discussed how this discipline came to be firmly integrated into the medical curriculum.  Dr Hynes started by mentioning that the rapid and continuing development of medical science in the last fifty

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New study shows that pre-participation screening guidelines are too restrictive and unfair for black athletes

A new study by researchers at St George’s, University of London published in the journal Circulation has found that current European screening guidelines used by sports organisations to detect heart abnormalities lead to over-investigation and potential false disqualification of black athletes with pe

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New study shows guidelines are preventing organ donations that could save dozens of tiny lives in UK

Dozens of tiny lives could be saved if medical guidance about the death of new born babies was changed to allow the donation of organs, a new study has found.

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