Talbot Heath pupils receive an introduction to Medicine

Talbot Heath School | 1 Dec 2017 | ISC Icon GSA Icon
During the recent half term holiday, eight Talbot Heath students, from Lower 5 to Lower 6, were lucky enough to attend a two day course at Poole Hospital.
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Future medics at Talbot Heath

The course was entitled 'An Introduction to Medicine - Secondary Care' and some of the girls had also been to an additional session at Bournemouth University earlier in the week. They listened to talks such as 'What is a Doctor and what it is like to be a Doctor?'; they had introductions to Paediatrics and Surgery; group talks with current Junior Doctors and Medical students; chats to patients; a visit to the Simulation Suite, and they also had a grand tour of all of the hospital facilities.

They found the whole course a fascinating experience and gave great feedback to the course organisers. The participants were Harriet Jessop, Isla Parker, Leni Battistotti – Moore, Eleanor Pitman - L6; Evee Hendey and Martha Pawson - U5; Roha Kohlany and Sophia Fenwick - L5.

Thanks go to Miss Collins, Head of Careers, for organising the event.



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Talbot Heath is a leading independent school in Dorset that offers girls aged 3-18 an outstanding education within a strong and supportive community.

The Daily Telegraph described the school as ‘a gem in its own right: a small but palpably warm school where individual girls get the attention they deserve.’ In an increasingly competitive and challenging world, the education that a young person receives at this independent school is crucial in their preparation for later life.

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