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This July, St George’s held its first in person graduation ceremonies in three years. Seven ceremonies took place over four days on 12, 27, 28 and 29 July at the Barbican centre.
Our team falls into seven management sections but there is a collaborative networked approach to working within and between the sections.
At St George's we are proud of our emphasis on clinical communication in the MBBS curriculum.
The team delivers clinical skills teaching to all medical undergraduates and provides an opportunity for clinicians to get involved in teaching.
The clinical teachers section is St George's home for senior hospital doctors with core roles in undergraduate medical (MBBS) education.
We enable students on a number of different courses to learn about the humanities, ethics, law and global health.
This section contains individuals who, as well as having subject expertise, have roles and expertise that cross-cut individual subject disciplines.
The primary care education group develop and deliver the primary care teaching, learning and assessment within the MBBS Course.
We provide teaching opportunities for students that enhance their appreciation of diverse and multiple perspectives on the core topics of biomedical science and medicine.
Physician Associates are healthcare professionals who support doctors in the diagnosis and management of patients.
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