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ReMEDy

ReMEDy is an alumni newsletter raising awareness of the activities and achievements within the School of Medicine.

 ReMEDy edition 33

ReMEDy edition 33

7 January 2020

Take a look inside and see what we've been doing.

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Highlights

Explore some of the features of the latest edition:

C21 north Wales programme

Introducing...the C21 north Wales programme

The C21 north Wales programme gives Cardiff medical students the option to study 4 years of their MBBCh degree based at the School of Medical Sciences at Bangor University.

Vaccination against HPV

Vaccination against HPV: a story of cancer prevention in 2 parts

HPV is now established as the fundamental cause of nearly all cervical cancers and as a major contributor to many other anogenital cancers, especially anal cancers.

Iechyd Da!

In the Spotlight: Iechyd da! Welsh medium medical education in Cardiff

Generations of Welsh doctors have been trained in Cardiff to serve the Welsh population’s needs.

Medsoc

Cardiff MedSoc 2019/20

Within Cardiff University MedSoc, one goal is to provide academic support for students, both in terms of revision of course content and looking towards the future of students’ careers.

10 ways Medic is making an impact

10 ways we are making an impact

Efforts by many staff and students highlight a rich variety of ways in which we are engaging with and benefiting society.

Dr Alice Hoole

In conversation with our alumni: Dr Alice Hoole (MBBCh 2014, MRCP, PG Cert 2019)

Alice is an Acute Internal Medicine (AIM) specialty trainee and has started her second year of training in the Intensive Care Unit at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff.

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