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MEDICAL TV CREATED FOR ASPIRING MEDICS
Join award-winning Sam Piri, Amy Straughan and their clinical team for all things medicine. Especially created for students aged 14-19 aspiring to study on academic courses in medicine, dentistry and healthcare.
Jam packed with academic content, suppliers to the NHS and hundreds of UK universities, in each live episode we’ll unpick the pathology of a new patient. We’ll be going into the AWARD WINNING operating theatre to examine the incredible structure of the human body to learn in a way never done before.
Pull up front row seats for the live dissection of real organ specimens, turbo charge your understanding of how the human body works and receive top tips for interview and applying to study medicine or healthcare.
Live close up dissection of real anatomical specimens!
Downloadable exam linked worksheets
Unpick the pathology of a new patient LIVE in each episode
Interviews with clinical staff and tips for the UCAT exam
Certificate for UCAS as well as coaching on university applications
Interact with us LIVE in the studio in real time with exam linked Q&A sessions
Learn the secret of writing a winning UCAS application and succeed at interview to medical school
Boost your science & maths exam performance with our curriculum-linked content
Work experience is crucial to demonstrating core skills required as a doctor. With COVID-19 placing heavy restrictions on access to work experience Operating Theatre Live TV now encompasses 24 hours of certified clinical work experience delivered alongside your studies.
By taking part in 2 consultations on the second and third Wednesday of each month at 5pm. You will build up core skills required of any ambitious and aspiring doctor. Each session is 1 hour and will be set on our hospital ward where you virtually shadow a doctor on a ward round in the care setting. You will be front and centre as a patient is assessed and monitored. You will be posed with a variety of scenarios and patients with all types of clinical need, the sessions have a variety of outcomes based on the choices you make during the session.
You will develop wider competencies required of doctors including application of the pillars of medicine, situational judgement, medical ethics, verbal reasoning, decision making, quantitative reasoning and abstract reasoning. You will reflect on the session to demonstrate other wider skills including empathy, conflict and problems solving. Take away your certificate for UCAS and interview to demonstrate how you have supplemented clinical work experience for your application to medicine.
“Sam & his clinical team are experts in anatomy, hold QTS and have extensive experience in the NHS”
THE MEDIC PORTAL
The Medic Portal (TMP), in official partnership with the Royal Society of Medicine, is a global leader in medical school application support, hosting the trusted medical school application resource. TMP supports over 1.6 million users each year. They work with over 70% of the Times top 100 Schools in the UK alongside multiple academy chains and hundreds more schools globally. Their award wining online and offline courses and private tutoring focus on the UCAT, BMAT, Interviews and the Personal Statement, prodding
Working in Partnership with Operating Theatre Live
In a stroke you must act fast. Sam and Amy delve into a patient's brain to learn what happens in a stroke. Amy dissects the blood supply to the brain.
Sam gets to grips with Multiple Sclerosis. A conditon that affects the brain. Amy learns about the myelin sheath in a brain dissection.
Amy and Annie meet a podiatrist after being faced with a patient with foot problems. They find the reason is due to glucose dysregulation...
Join the team as they meet a 77 year old man who has collapsed whilst holding his chest.
Amy and Annie are joined by 22 year old Josh displaying symptoms of a common cold but is progressively worsening. What should his treatment be?
Join Amy and Annie as they see the relationship between Huntington’s and genetics.
Join Annie as she delves into the origin of our patient’s pain; the worst pain he has ever experienced.
The team talks about a life- threatening, hereditary disease that has been diagnosed in our infant patient.
24 HOURS ON THE WARD
The team talks about alcoholism
This episode focuses on what happens when there is a build up of fluid in the brain; a condition known as Hydrocephalus.
Join Sam and Annie as they discuss the appendix, what it’s for and what happens when it gets blocked
24 HOURS ON THE WARD
Join the team as they treat a hip fracture.
We uncover how a tumour might affect our field of vision by delving into the anatomy of the eye and how vision works.