Junior Conference 2017

Sunday 3rd December - Sir Alexander Fleming Building, Imperial College London

The Vision Junior Conference is an exciting medical school admissions conference for students in years 11 and 12 who are interested in entering the medical profession. Please click below to learn more about the features of the conferences. The focus of the day is a number of fun practical stations giving you a taste of life as a student and learning about the trials and tribulations of life as a doctor from our inspirational speakers.

The online booking form can be found here.
A copy of our photo consent form can be found here.

Places are free and include lunch, all materials on the day and an information pack.
Places for Outreach schools will be prioritised until Friday 17th November 2017.

If you have any questions, please email us at visioninfo@imperial.ac.uk

Essay Competition

Delegates are invited to write an essay with the following title:
Telemedicine is becoming an increasingly popular method of communication used by doctors for diagnosing and treating patients. How is telemedicine used in healthcare? (30%) Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of telemedicine, including the issues that may arise from using telemedicine in healthcare. (70%)

Essays must be a maximum of 1000 words with no more than 5 references. Please structure your essay with an introduction and a conclusion.
One essay may be submitted per student, and the student must have a confirmed place and attend the ICSM Vision Junior Conference 2017 in order to be eligible for a cash prize.

Please click below to learn more about the features of the conferences:

Practical Stations

Small group teaching on a number of practical stations to give you a taste of the skills you’ll be learning as a med student.

Tutorials will include using a stethoscope, breath sounds, stroke and neurology, chest X-rays, and clinical communication/history taking.

Inspirational talks from practising doctors

Hear about the experiences and the trials and tribulations of being in the medical profession from those at the top of the profession.

Get clued up on the application process

Can’t wait to get to medical school after having a taster!

Submitting an application for medical school is far more complicated than the UCAS form.

Learn about the special requirements for a successful application process:

  • Interview technique
  • BMAT and UKCAT admissions tests
  • Work experience
  • Volunteering and extra-curriculum activities
  • Personal statements