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Most viewed BMC Medicine paper of all time!

Emily Unwin

Emily Unwin

A paper by Emily Unwin, Katherine Woolf, Clare Wadlow, Henry Potts and Jane Dacre, has become the most viewed BMC Medicine paper of all time.

Sex differences in medico-legal action against doctors: a systematic review and meta-analysis currently has over 104291 hits (achieving over 98,000 hits in its first two days) making it the most viewed BMC Medicine paper of all time.


Faye GishenProvost’s Teaching Award – Dr Faye Gishen

Huge congratulations to Dr Faye Gishen, Academic Lead for Clinical & Professional Practice/ Consultant Physician, who has won a Provost’s Teaching Award for her outstanding contribution to teaching. The award ceremony will be held on 19th April at the Teaching and Learning Conference, Institute of Education.

Inspirational women at UCL – Jayne Kavanagh nominatedJayne K

To celebrate International Women’s Day 2016, the UCL Institute for Women’s Health held a series of events including exhibitions, lectures, drama and art. We are incredibly proud that Dr Jayne Kavanagh, Principal Teaching Fellow, was nominated for inclusion in the exhibition for her inspiring work and dedication to students, staff and patients. The exhibition can currently be viewed in the South Cloisters, Wilkins Building.

Calling all healthcare professionals – Ovarian cancer research survey

PROMISE (Predicting Risk of Ovarian Malignancies, Improved Screening and Early detection) is an international collaborative programme led by Professor Ian Jacobs. PROMISE aims at improving early detection of ovarian cancer using such methods as genetic testing and risk appraisal. The views of healthcare professionals form an essential part of our work.  If you are a healthcare professional who is involved one way or another in the care of ovarian cancer patients, we would be grateful if you would take part in our confidential online survey before it closes on 30th May. Click here for more information and to take part.


Evening Seminar: Patient As Paper – 4th May – FREE tickets

Inviting all those working in primary and secondary healthcare and medical education to the next in UCL Medical School’s popular seminar series :


Depersonalization in medicine – the collaboration of an artist and an ENT surgeon

Emma Barnard MA (RCA), Artist in Residence, Whipps Cross University Hospital Barts Health NHS Trust

Followed by a drinks reception. Book your free ticket here!

WHEN: Wednesday, 4 May 2016 from 5.30pm
WHERE: UCL Art Museum – South Cloisters, Gower Street, London


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