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Today, St George’s, University of London has launched a Coronavirus Action Fund to support research in response to the coronavirus pandemic and continue work to improve health.
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Applications for clearing at St George’s will be opening online on Thursday 13th August. For the first time, this year, St George’s will be taking a “digital-first” approach to clearing.
We have places available on the following courses.
Study human biology, health and disease to prepare for a career in medicine or research. Excellent links with industry and employers will give you a head-start in the job market.
How do we develop pharmaceuticals? From discovery to development, testing to trials, immerse yourself in pharmacology and its impact on our world.
Gain broad experience in diagnosing and assessing patients with a variety of problems, disorders and injuries. You’ll work on placements and in simulation environments.
Develop skills that’ll help you contribute to life-changing decisions about patient treatment. You’ll work with cutting-edge clinical and technological advancements.
Get the knowledge, understanding, skills and attitudes required to practise medicine competently and professionally in a patient-centred, multidisciplinary environment. (NB Places on Graduate Entry Medicine will not be available through Clearing or Adjustment this year.)
Take a person-centred approach in learning to support people experiencing challenges in their health and wellbeing as a result of injury, illness, or disability.
Become effective in responding to and managing life-threatening emergency situations. Learn out-of-hospital care, mental health, chronic conditions, pharmacology and trauma.
Learn to help people rehabilitate and regain movement after an illness or injury. You’ll treat patients with muscle and skeletal injuries, as well as neurological and breathing problems.
Learn to help people rehabilitate and regain movement after an illness or injury on this two-year course which will put you in an ideal position to become a Chartered Physiotherapist.
Work alongside clinical oncologists, physicists and other healthcare professionals in a multi-disciplinary oncology team to provide patient-centred care.
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