During Medical School exposure to radiology is minimal and therefore it is important that medical students are given an appreciation for such an important speciality of medicine. The UCLan Radiology Society aims to engage students with radiology primarily through its teaching events. This will help students to be able to understand the importance of radiology. Working with the Royal College or Radiologists we can put out events for students to keep them informed about Radiology.
Our main aims are to introduce radiology as a career to students of all years, and provide teaching sessions which will focus on the usage and interpretation of radiology in the clinical setting. Pre-clinical and clinical years will benefit from valuable lectures, run in association with experienced radiologists.
We aim to meet in Preston, if we are delivering material for Phase 1 medical students or Blackburn Teaching Hospitals or Preston Campus or Burnley Victoria Mill depending on where the radiologists/doctors/students will be when delivering for Phase 2 students.
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