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Miss Samira Green talks about how she got into medical school, and gives advice to potential applicants about the processes, and various other methods open to them. She discusses the personal traits, qualifications and work experience that could help an applicant secure a place. She places an emphasis on her experiences and what others could learn from her path into medicine.   

This talk was filmed at an event called 'Medical careers day: so you want to be a doctor?'.

Date of Lecture: 5th March 2012. 

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Length: 00:21:32

00:00:01 - Introduction
00:03:34 - What does it take to be a doctor?
00:10:46 - What to do if you don't get in?
00:19:57 - Take home messages
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Dr Robert Wilkins, University Lecturer at the Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics at the University of Oxford.

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Mr George Fussey, Head of Tutoring at Eton College.

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Mr Joseph Fitchett, a student at Imperial College, London.

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Professor Michael Roberts, Respiratory Physician and Dean of Students at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry.

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Mr Steve Mannion, Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon.

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Dr Iona Heath, President, Royal College of General Practitioners.

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Mr Peter Lees, Medical Director and Director of Leadership, NHS South Central.

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Jane Dacre, Vice Dean and Director of Medical Education, University College London. 

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Dr Kevin Murphy, Deputy admissions tutor, Kings College London Medical School. 

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