Date: Thursday 13 - Friday 14 August 2002
Venue: Royal College of Pathologists/The Gordon Museum Guys Hospital, London
This annual event held every August is open to medical students in any year of training, offering the opportunity to find out about the wide range of pathology specialities through a mixture of lectures and small-group interactive breakout sessions. This free two-day course will give you a chance to talk to current trainees and established consultants about their careers.
We are excited to present the Pathology Summer School Programme for 2020.This is not a revision course but a chance to learn more about the role of pathology in healthcare, including current research and future advances. The content will be relevant whether you are considering a career in pathology or not. All doctors use pathology services and benefit from a greater understanding of the speciality.
When is it happening?
The next summer school is scheduled for the 13th and 14th August 2020. Places will be offered based on a formal application process. All food and drink is included in the event, plus the evening meal on the first night. For those students attending from outside of London we will also cover the cost of the Thursday night accommodation. Please note we are unable to cover travel expenses.
On the day
The first day of the Pathology Summer School will take place at the Royal College of Pathologists, 6 Alie Street, London E1 8QT. You will have opportunities to interact with trainees and consultants in various pathology specialities as well as take part in numerous interactive activities. Plus enjoying informal networking at the evening meal on the first night with a BBQ and quiz. On the Friday you will have a unique opportunity of working with the specimens at the Gordon Museum of Pathology at Guy's Hospital.
How to apply - now accepting applications
We are now accepting Pathology Summer School applications. Please fill in the application form and send to email@example.com. Applications close Friday 1st May 2020.
This course was the best thing I have done all summer. I loved both days and relished the opportunity to look around the Gordon Museum as well as speak to such friendly and engaging subject specialists. I am so glad I signed up and would strongly advise you to also.
This was one of the best summer schools I have ever attended. This course has shown me how diverse and interesting pathology can be, and now I look forward to becoming one.
For further information please visit the event website.