Plymouth student wins national surgical skills competition
James Russell beat peers from medical schools across the UK to win the National Surgical Skills Competition, run by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd) with sponsors Medtronic
New foundation course to increase doctor numbers and diversity for the future
Budding doctors from disadvantaged backgrounds have the chance kick-start their career thanks to a new six-year programme at the University of Plymouth.
Plymouth’s medical school in UK top two for teaching quality
University of Plymouth Peninsula Medical School (PMS) has made the top two in the UK for medical student experience as an organisation offering primary medical qualifications – with 98% of students ‘satisfied overall’ with the quality of the course.
Medical student helps raise over £12,000 for children’s charities
Graduating as one of the first to complete their entire BMBS Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery with the University of Plymouth Peninsula Medical School, Arslan Arshad has raised over £12,000 for charity and reflects on his medical training
Pole dancing and medical training – it’s all about balance for one new graduate
Shin Tan is graduating with a medical degree, but she is also a semi-professional pole dancer. She is one of the first graduates to complete their entire BMBS Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery with the University's Peninsula Medical School.