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ReMEDy

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

ReMEDy edition 30

ReMEDy edition 30

18 December 2018

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:

Community settings in Mid and North Wales.

Introducing the Community and Rural Education Route (CARER) programme

Run in partnership with Aberystwyth and Bangor Universities, this gives Cardiff medical students the opportunity to have a year of their education delivered in GP practices and hospitals in North and Mid Wales.

Year 12 students on the Summer School in the Clinical Skills Lab, Cochrane Building

Welsh Government thanks Cardiff University for Raising Welsh Aspirations

We deliver an exciting programme of school engagement initiatives that aim to raise the aspirations of pupils across Wales and improve educational attainment.

2017/18 cohort of students

In the Spotlight: The Inequalities and Rural Health Module, Clinical Epidemiology Intercalated BSc

As the NHS celebrates its 70th birthday, in the year that Dr Julian Tudor Hart died, health inequalities continue to widen in both developed and developing countries.

Lipids

LIPID MAPS Gateway - A global open access community-driven resource for all things lipid

A global open access community-driven resource for all things 'lipid'.

10 ways Medic is making an impact

10 ways Medic is making an impact

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

Dr Nicholas Bullock BSc, (MBBCh 2013), MRCS

In conversation with our alumni: Nicholas Bullock BSc, MBBCh, MRCS

Nick is currently undertaking a PhD within the European Cancer Stem Cell Research Institute exploring ways to increase the efficacy of PARP inhibitors in advanced prostate cancer.

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