Prep for Med
Prep for Med 2022
The School of Medicine held the 11th Prep for Med virtually on Wednesday 23rd March 2022
For the past 11 years the School of Medicine has ran the very successful ‘Prep for Med’ event for transition year secondary school students from across the region. The event was originally aimed at TY students who may be considering a career in medicine but also specifically at the career guidance teachers who would accompany them to visit both BHSC and CUH. The event has proven to be very popular with students, and now features widely among school diaries and social media. A selection of the videos from the virtual event this year, last year and the in-person day in previous years can be seen below:
This will be a fully virtual event for 2022.
The School of Medicine is committed to the delivery of Prep for Medicine event 2022.
Schedule of the event will be circulated nearer the date along with a link you can send to your transition year students interested in this event.
If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Prep for Med 2021
2021 was the 10 year anniversary of this initiative, and particularly given the difficult year it has been for universities and secondary schools alike, we altered the format and expanded involvement from beyond the School of Medicine to all of the Schools of the College of Medicine & Health (Medicine, Nursing and Midwifery, Therapies, Dentistry and Public Health) to create an online event. This was a fully virtual event presented to participants online on Wednesday 14th April 2021 where:
- Each school from the college presented for a one-hour slot.
- The first 30 minutes involved a tour around the facilities used at the university ,meeting some students and lecturers along the way.
- The second 30 minutes switched to CUH where a specialist working in the relevant clinical discipline described what it is like to be a specialist in their field.
This year we worked with a charity partner for the event - CUH charity. The charity was the Breda McGrath memorial fund through the CUH charity which helps cancer patients in financial difficulties through their treatment. https://www.cuhcharity.ie/cancerservicesappeals/
This year’s event saw in excess of 2,300 views of the event throughout the day.
Please see the links to the videos from each participating Schools below
UCC School of Medicine:
UCC School of Nursing and Midwifery:
UCC School of Pharmacy:
UCC School of Clinical Therapies:
Cork University Dental School and Hospital:
UCC School of Public Health:
UCC Prep for Healthcare - Highlights
The videographer for the event was Ger Griffin.
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Further information about UCC’s School of Medicine can be found by visiting https://www.ucc.ie/en/medical/