TMP Med Soc – Build a Better Medical Society
Does your school have a medical society – or would it benefit from creating one? Then you need TMP Med Soc: the indispensable new resource for medical societies!
It’s been designed by the doctors at The Medic Portal – an official partner of the Royal Society of Medicine – and will ensure your society is the best it can be.
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What is TMP Med Soc?
Find out more about TMP Med Soc and how it can help your students in our video below!
TMP Med Soc gives you instant access to a society framework, consisting of interactive session plans, online videos, downloadable materials and stimulating group activities.
When creating TMP Med Soc, the aim of our in-house doctors was simple: to provide every school with the tools they need to create a truly inspiring society.
That’s why the programme includes debates on current NHS hot topics, medical ethics workshops, an interactive problem-based-learning session – and much, much more!
The first TMP MedSoc sessions will be released in October 2017.
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