As an extension to our work experience programme, we also run
the 'Dare to Doctor', 'Dare to Nurse' and 'Dare to Deliver'
programmes during the summer.
These are invitations to Year 12 students to shadow doctors,
midwives and nurses on the wards, learn about basic clinical skills
and gain support for medical school interviews.
They typically include classroom-based activities, talks and
visits, rather than more conventional work experience concentrating
on a particular job or department.
This is a three-day course in early July - please see Doctors of
tomorrow see how it's done at GWH.
It's aimed at students aged 17 and over who wish to apply to
Applicants are from local schools and colleges and should
ideally have six A* GCSE grades including Maths and sciences; and
three A* AS levels which must include Maths and sciences.
Successful students will have opportunities to learn basic
clinical and resuscitation skills.
They will shadow staff in clinical areas, watch live theatre via
video link, and receive advice for UCAS/interview techniques and
Interested students can attend an Open Evening (usually in
April) run by a clinical teaching fellow, where they can watch
mini clinical films, use basic medical equipment and take part in
question and answer sessions.
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