Keep CALM and learn Anatomy through YOGA

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Wish you paid more attention in anatomy class? Open to a productive, memorable and fun way of learning anatomy? In need of some stress relief?

UCL Anatomy Society is collaborating with Teresa Scott (doctor and KCL anatomy demonstrator) and Sallie Brook (physiotherapist and ex-KCL anatomy demonstrator) of Anatomy Embodied to bring to you the most fun way of learning anatomy!

Learn lower limb anatomy through yoga and Pilates! Beat stress with a good stretch!

Limited number of spaces; sign up soon to avoid disappointment: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/keep-calm-and-learn-anatomy-through-yoga-tickets-42692042047#tickets

**FREE** for MEMBERS of UCL Anatomy Society and £5 at the door for non-members

Check out the FB event page to register interest!!

 

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The Anatomy of Facial Reconstruction

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UCL Anatomy Society are very lucky to host Professor Iain Hutchison, a Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, who is going to give a talk about his most interesting cases.

In 2000, Professor Hutchison launched the charity, Saving Faces, which is dedicated to funding research into this rather overlooked field of medicine.

The talk will include paintings by Mark Gilbert of patients before, after, and even during their surgery, which is part of an art project by the charity. We will hear about how facial reconstruction is conducted: how 3D templates of the bones are crafted and incorporated into the operation, and where the future of facial reconstruction lies. He will also touch upon the psychological impact of facial reconstruction, and the influence of the social environment of patients on their perceptions of their faces.

***Ideal for surgery-enthusiasts, psychology-lovers and anyone interested in Med-Tec***

All welcome. UCL Anatomy Society membership required.
Check out our FB event page to register your interest!!

Anatomy and Art for Lonely Hearts

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Nursing a broken heart? No plans for Valentine’s week?

Join UCL Anatomy Society and General Medicine section (UCL Medical Society) for a Valentine’s day themed drawing workshop 💖. What better way to spend your evening than with some pathological heart specimens – drawing, drinking and socialising with fellow singletons?? #drawsomeheartsoverdrinks 💕🥂

Couples welcome too 👩‍❤️‍💋‍👨👨‍❤️‍💋‍👨👩‍❤️‍💋‍👩 #quirkydateideas #conventionalisboring #museumdatedrawinghearts

>> Ideal for MBBS1 students and students taking anatomy modules. Clinical medical students – make the cardiac pathology you read in textbooks come alive <<

Membership of UCL Anatomy Society or UCL Medical Society required. All artistic abilities welcome!! Refreshments and drawing materials will be provided!!​

Check out the FB event page to register your interest

Term Two Anatomy Tutorials

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We are returning with a second term of small group anatomy tutorials and revision lectures that will help you pass your exams with flying colours 🙂

We will kick off with some small group anatomy tutorials:
• THORAX: 30th January – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/thorax-tutorial-tickets-4239…
• PELVIS and PERINEUM: 8th February –
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/pelvis-perineum-tutorial-tic…
• ABDOMEN: 6th March – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/abdomen-tutorial-tickets-423…

Sign up using the Eventbrite links above to let us know which sessions you are coming to, so that we can split you in to small groups and tell you where to go on the day 🙂

A discounted one-off charge of (£2) to access tutorials + end of term revision lectures, if you are a member of either UCL Anatomy Society or UCL Surgical Society. One-off charge of (£10) to access tutorials + end of year revision lectures for non-members. Link to buy tickets to access tutorials: https://studentsunionucl.org/…/clubs-so…/anatomy-tutorials-0.

If you are a member, drop UCL Anatomy Society or UCL Surgical Society a message on FB for the access key that will let you buy the discounted tickets 🙂 You will be asked to show your tickets on the day!!

Check out the FB event page and register your interest!!

 

Forensics: The Anatomy of A Crime

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UCL Anatomy Society are proud to present a talk by our favourite anatomist, Dr Wendy Birch.

Dr Birch is a leading forensic anatomist and anthropologist at UCL, with interests in human and non-human anatomy, forensic osteology and archaeology. As she manages the UCL anatomy laboratory, she is a familiar face amongst students who take anatomy modules. Among other fascinating work investigating and identifying human remains, Dr Birch led the analysis of the human skeletal remains that were famously found buried under the UCL Quad in 2010!

Prepare to gain insight into some of Dr Birch’s most interesting forensic cases. This gripping event is one that you definitely do not want to miss!

*** Medical Anthropology iBSc Applicants *** write about this talk in your PERSONAL STATEMENT! This is a great way to show how you have gone beyond the curriculum to explore an area of medicine that you are curious about.

Check out our FB event page to register your interest and receive updates!!