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emergency and Pre-hospital medicine
Work Experience 

Streamed LIVE from a hospital in London

One-day virtual work experience for SCHOOL STUDENTS

 Saturday 20th August 2022, 12:00pm-6:00pm (*UAE time)

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Largest medical conference in UAE for school students

1 day, 800+ school students 

Conference support from:

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Following the Covid-19 pandemic, the university requirements for work experience have changed drastically and will continue to change. Fewer hospitals accept students to undergo work experience, and Covid-19 regulations make finding work experience extremely challenging. This one-day virtual work experience event has been designed around the latest university requirements for work experience to give students access to real doctors inside real hospitals, from the comfort of their own home.

Nobody would want to go for a career in medicine without understanding the realities behind the profession and what it's like on a daily basis. Whether you are still trying to decide if medicine is the right career for you, or if you've already made up your mind and building your application and are looking for CV improvements - this event is for you!

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Open the best-kept Secrets of Pre-Hospital Medicine | LIVE Emergencies, Blue Lights - Medicine ‘On the Road’

Streamed LIVE from a hospital in London

 Saturday 20th August 2022, 12:00pm-6:00pm (*UAE time)

Learn the key differences between medical specialities and pick your favourite:









Open the best-kept Secrets of Pre-Hospital Medicine | LIVE Emergencies, Blue Lights - Medicine ‘On the Road’

Want to experience the adrenaline in the emergency department? Are you passionate about medicine and want to gain some valuable work experience?

The difference between life and death often happens before a patient even reaches the hospital. 

There is no better beginning for anyone wanting to experience medicine than by joining REAL doctors, real ambulances, in a REAL hospital, in London, all done online from the comfort of your own home. Recognised worldwide as the ultimate in medical education and professionalism, this one-day work experience event will allow you join the emergency  team LIVE and find out what life is like as a medical doctor in the emergency department.

Observe the multidisciplinary, fast-paced and challenging art of pre-hospital medicine, where your decisions impact whether your patients LIVE or DIE before they reach resus.


During this event, you will learn all the key techniques used in emergency medicine and bridge the gap between the first few seconds of a serious illness or critical injury, and the rest of the patient’s care journey. 

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This event has previously helped students get into:

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Not a 'first-aid lecture',
R E A L emergency medicine

  • Experience what it’s like living and working against the clock to save a patient's life
  • Take quick medical decisions after learning how to diagnose, identify key symptoms and perform practical techniques such as tracheal intubation, cardiopulmonary resuscitation 
  • Decide on the right medical pathway for your patient and make real-life decisions, all from the comfort of your own home
  • Interact with REAL London and Oxford doctors and receive feedback from them which will help with your medical application
  • By actively taking part in this virtual work experience event, you’ll make your medical school application stand out by demonstrating a deep understanding of emergency medicine, communication, teamwork and problem-solving.
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Join the best. Join the brave. Join us ‘on the road’.

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Add this event into your medical school application

Put on your virtual stethoscope! Get teaching not from 'education advisors', but from the ones who know this field better than anyone else: London doctors and world-renowned academics from world’ best universities: Oxford, UCL, Imperial College London. 

We’ll go through some of the biggest mistakes students make when it comes to work experience. 

Get LIVE feedback and mentoring from London doctors on what to add and how to integrate this event into your application to make sure you differentiate from other applicants. 

*Limited seats. Sign up now! 

Do you have what it takes to be a surgeon?

Whether you are still deciding if medicine is the right career for you, or if you've already made up your mind and building your application and are looking for CV improvements - this event is for you!

Even practising doctors have a limited understanding of the lifesaving work done to patients pre-handover, so are you up to the challenge of learning how to save lives ‘on the road’?


Curious to see how emergency and prehospital medics stabilise, treat and evacuate patients outside of a clinical setting with limited equipment? 


Join the best. Join the brave. Join us ‘on the road’.

Receive a certificate of completion which you can add to your UCAS/College application.

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Join the best. Join the brave. Join us ‘on the road’.

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What makes this virtual work experience event so unique?

This one-day virtual event will be covering all the aspects required for a work experience placement and was specifically designed to be incorporated in your medical application. You will experience different techniques and medical concepts to get you familiar with what medicine is truly like.

However, some things remain constant throughout your experience: the highest quality of teaching, guidance and mentorship from London and Oxford doctors who’ve been through the medical application process themselves and are ready to share what it takes to be successful. 

Theory and practice sessions throughout the day will assess your progress and understanding of the key requirements for a medical career: communication, medical ethics and teamwork.

A mentoring session at the end of the event will leave none of  your burning questions unanswered by the doctors, and ensure you are achieving the learning goals required for a work experience placement. 

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Who is this event for?

This event is open to any SCHOOL STUDENTS from Year 9 to Year 13 (or the equivalent Grade 8 to Grade 12). This event is suitable for:

  • students who haven't decided whether medicine is the right career for them and would like to get a better understanding

  • students who are currently preparing their medical school application

  • students who would like to enhance their CV and application with medical work experience which covers the latest university application requirements

Certificate provided

Receive a certificate of completion which you can add to your UCAS/College application.

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Scrub in, we've got some lives to save!

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Are you ready to work against the clock to save the patient?


Tickets for this 1-day event

Registrations for this even have now closed.

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“Thank you so much for organizing such a wonderful event yesterday! I’m so glad to have been a part of it and it was extremely informative and useful, not just for my medical application but has significantly motivated me to become a part of this profession in the future. 

—  A.Z., Hong Kong

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