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HOW APPLICANTS FROM DIFFERENT SOCIAL BACKGROUNDS CHOOSE MEDICAL SCHOOLS

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University of Exeter- St Luke's Campus

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CLINICAL EDUCATION SEMINAR: How do applicants from different social backgrounds choose which medical schools to apply to?

Keynote speaker Dr Eliot Rees is a doctoral research student at University College London (UCL) Medical School, and Teaching Fellow in Medical Education at Keele University.

He undertook his undergraduate medical degree, MA in Medical Education, and academic foundation programme in medical education at Keele, before moving to UCL in January 2018.

His doctoral research is exploring how applicants from different social backgrounds choose which medical schools to apply to. He has undertaken a national qualitative interview study of applicants and medical students at eight UK medical schools, exploring what factors influence their choice.

He has previously led a Best Evidence Medical Education (BEME) review in to the utility of Multiple Mini Interviews (MMIs) for undergraduate selection. His other previous research areas have included teaching and learning in general practice and developing students as educators.

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14:30-15:00 Festive mince pies and tea and coffee served in gallery outside South Cloisters 3.06

15:00-15:45 Presentation "How do applicants from different social backgrounds choose which medical schools to apply to?"

15:45-16:00 Q&A

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Please register suing the 'register' link on this page. If you wish to register without using Eventbrite by email or phone please contact c.pierce@exeter.ac.uk or

01392 406808




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