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Clinical Guides

How to Excel in Your OSCEs

Once you start a career in medicine, OSCEs are with you for life. Your lectures and seminars give you the foundation you need for your

Clinical Guides

Phlebotomy & Cannula Guide

“Can we have one of the med students take some bloods?” Tweet “Can one of the med students help us cannulate the patient in room

Woman studying while surrounded by books
Study Hub News

Stress less

There are only two types of people in the world: those who like exams, and those who don’t. But even for those self-professed exam aficionados,

Hourglass with running red sand on an open newspaper
Study Hub News

The anatomy of a year in lockdown

23 March 2021 marked a year of living under some form of pandemic restrictions in the UK. While it feels like an appropriate moment to

Study Hub News

When will it stop?

This week began with International Women’s Day and ended with the court appearance of the man accused of kidnapping and murdering Sarah Everard in London.

Study Hub News

Becoming clinical

This fortnight, we found out about where we would be going for our placements from September as we enter the clinical part of the course.

Study Hub News

Authentically yours

One’s real life is so often the life that one does not lead Oscar Wilde Tweet Dictionary definitions describe authenticity in terms of truth; to

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Conversations to save lives

On the news or in films, medicine is so often presented as a profession of action – of inserting lines and resetting bones, and with

Study Hub News

Thinking ahead

It’s the second term of my second year and we are about to begin symptoms-focused learning, with a view to next year’s clinical course. I’m

Study Hub News

Sticking with it

Real change, enduring change, happens one step at a time. Ruth Bader Ginsburg Tweet Over the holiday season, it has been intriguing listening to broadcasters

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Looking forwards – and back

For last year’s words belong to last year’s language | And next year’s words await another voice. T. S. Eliot Tweet There is no neat

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Goodbye 2020, it’s been real

We learned about gratitude and humility – that so many people had a hand in our success, from the teachers who inspired us to the

Study Hub News

Testing times

You may trod me in the very dirt. But still, like dust, I’ll rise. Maya Angelou Tweet I mentioned that I was going to try

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Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow

Procrastination is the thief of time Charles Dickens Tweet Who invented procrastination? Or at least, who made up the word? Is looking up its etymology

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A touchy subject

Touch comes before sight, before speech. It is the first language and the last, and it always tells the truth Margaret Atwood Tweet This week

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All systems go

In some ways, the little things are the only things Daniel F. Chambliss Tweet It was good to read the responses that came through in

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On the power of words

Let’s have some new clichés Samuel Goldwyn Tweet This is my third blog post for Study Hub and I am getting into the swing of

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Changing environments

‘Great is the power of steady misrepresentation.’ – Charles Darwin, The Origin of Species Tweet I was going to open this blog with a different

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Our platform wants to centralise resources. Addressing all your needs as a student…

To achieve this we need your help! Please share with us any resources you find useful, and feel other healthcare students should be aware of. Share as many as you possibly can.

Please include a link to the website where the resource can be accessed, and a brief description of why you are recommending we include it in our resource section.
These can be resources for study, or more supportive resources e.g. But it can also be links to good sites to access cheaper equipment needed as a student e.g. Or even places that do awesome student discounts… 

In other words share with us all the awesome things you wished were shared with you much earlier than they were!


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Our platform wants to recognise healthcare professionals are humans too!

To achieve this we want to provide support in all areas, not just your revision – from meal prepping to revision techniques to mindfulness! This October we will be joining forces with some incredible people and organisations to name drop a few:

Mindful Medic






The founders of BiteMedicine

Tom Watchman founder of Zero to Finals

If you feel you have something to contribute to this section, please get in touch with our collaboration team.

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Our platform wants to become a supportive community!

To achieve this, we want to work with students and professionals who have developed their own study materials they wish to share with the wider community! On 28th September this section will go live and will give you access to all the materials that have been shared with us. Currently we are compiling resources provided by St Georges University of London’s finest, the BNOCs:
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By 28th September we hope to have materials provided from more contributors from universities across the UK. If you feel you have something to contribute to this section get in touch with our collaboration team.

When sharing your materials with us, we want to make it clear that you retain all intellectual property rights and receive full recognition the work is yours!