Upcoming Online Tutorials Schedule for week 04/05 to 08/05  @BecomingaDr

Becoming a Dr are pleased to launch online tutorials for medical students and newly qualified doctors. 

We’ve got a great week of interesting and engaging content to get you through your exams so don’t forget to put us in your calendar!

The @Becomingadr team is delighted to be working with enthusiastic tutors to support your medical education.  Please note although we have recommended target groups, these tutorials are open to all interested. 

Last week @BecomingaDr ran the tutorials on Facebook and Youtube and for this week the team are trying out Zoom. Please do let us know on the feedback form which platform you prefer. Therefore don’t forget To Get the Zoom Access Links for the Online Tutorials for the week commencing 4th May 2020 – Make sure you sign up to our mailing list click here – Thank you @BecomingaDr 

Please submit any questions beforehand via tutorials@becomingadr.org and there will also be an opportunity to ask questions live during the tutorial! See the schedule for This Week! (w.c. 4th May 2020)


WHEN (time zone GMT+1)SUBJECTTOPICTUTORRecommended Target Group
Monday 04/05 7:00pmGenitourinary MedicineHow to approach common GUM presentationsJaye BrunningClinical Years
Tuesday 05/05 7:00pmRenalWhy do we wee?: Kidney anatomy and physiologyDr. Saati PaulYears 1 and 2
Wednesday 06/05 1:00pm Obstetrics and GynaecologyEmergencies in Gynaecology and Early PregnancyDr. Camilla HathawaySpecialty Years
Wednesday 06/05 4:00pmNeurologyIntroduction to Neuroscience IIChris OldfieldYears 1 and 2
Thursday 07/05 7:00pm F1 TipsAcute Medical ScenariosDr. Yathukulan MaheswaranFiY1 or Starting F1 this August
Friday 08/05 7:00pm MedicineDifficult topics: Cancers, Paraneoplastic syndromes and NephrologyDr. Daniel HuddartClinical Years

See you online at one or all of the session! @BecomingaDr

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Elliot is a St George’s graduate currently working as an F1 Doctor in East London. As the first in his family to apply to university, Elliot is well aware of the barriers that can be faced in trying to get to medical school. He is passionate about widening access to medicine for underrepresented groups.
 He was the representative for St George’s on the BMA Medical Students Committee, and has done lots of work with local schools and colleges to raise awareness of medicine as a career, as well as working on admissions policies with the widening participation team St George’s. Elliot is part of the @BecomingaDr outreach team and National Health Careers Conference Team.