I’m Sharan, and thanks to your support, I have served as your Academic Representative for two years running. This election period, I request your support once more; I aspire to be ICSMSU’s Early Years (1 & 2) Academic Officer for 2020-21.
Following the MBBS curriculum review (implemented in 2019), the Early Years Academic Representation Network needs a leader with a deep understanding of the new... read more
The role of ICSMSU Academic Officer for early years appeals to me as I am keen to increase the representation of academic support for years 1-3 within ICSMSU. My goal is to use feedback from students in these years and work with medical education societies including Medical Education, Muslim Medics and the Surgical Society to promote new teaching series targeted towards areas students in these years find more... read more
I’m Varja, one of the academic reps on the new MBBS curriculum and I’m standing for Academic Officer for Early Years!
With the work of this year’s reps, the simple issues in the new MBBS curriculum have been resolved. The complicated ones persist. Next year’s Phase1a and 1b find ourselves in the new medical curriculum, where many things are still uncertain and unpredicted problems arise often. This year... read more
Hi, I'm Grace and I'm running to be your academic officer! (Early Years)
With the new curriculum only recently being put into place, it is vital there is someone to support years 1 and 2, to help them to pass on their feedback to faculty in order to change what they feel is necessary. Having been on committees in the past, I understand the importance of clear communication between members when... read more
My name is Daniel from Year 2 Medicine and I am running for ICSMSU Early Years Academic Officer. Previous positions in societies allow me to enjoy working with others and I would like to participate in positions with more involvement in improving students' experience with Medicine.
I would like to focus on the following should have the privilege to be elected:
1. Increase the transparency... read more