Junior Doctors Together (JDT) is a Hull-based group focused on quality improvement and patient safety. JDT meets approximately once per month, usually on a Thursday evening, at the East Riding Medical Education Centre at Hull Royal Infirmary. The group offer friendly advice on quality improvement projects and act as a catalyst for further support and opportunities in leadership and management. Highly recommend this useful group for students and juniors: why not come along one evening (there’s food before the meeting). For more information, you can follow JDT on twitter at @JDrsTogether.
Hull Institute of Learning and Simulation (HILS) is a Hull-based faculty and clinical skills facility at Hull Royal Infirmary. The facility offers state-of-the-art equipment, excellent technicians and support staff, and regularly runs courses for health professionals, including Train the Trainers in Simulation, In-situ Simulation, Debriefing, and PACES revision courses. HILS contribute to the training of local juniors by offering a number of Associate Simulation Fellowships, which provide the opportunity to develop skills as a clinician and educator. HILS are currently recruiting new Associate Simulation Fellows. There are also opportunities for students to get involved i.e. through SSIP projects.
Hull Medical Society was founded in 1889 and is a charitable organisation that seeks to promote the advancement of medical science and camaraderie. Hull Medical Society generously sponsors Medly Blog and provide travel grants for students and juniors as part of our conference reporter programme. For more information about the society, see their page under “Our Partners”. You can keep up to date with the society on twitter at @hullmedicalsoc.
York Medical Society was founded in 1832 “for the purpose of promoting and diffusing medical knowledge”. They are also a charitable organisation and have close links with HYMS. The society holds regular meetings at their beautiful Grade II listed building at 23 Stonegate in the City of York. Students are juniors and welcome to attend meetings and to sign up for membership. For more information about York Medical Society, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
HYMS MedTech Society
The HYMS MedTech Society was established in 2018 to increase the awareness of the use of medical technology within healthcare. They aim to foster a generation of students from all academic disciplines that will look to innovate medical practice through the use of technology and bring innovative leaders in medical technology to the university to inspire students. For contact and social media, watch this space.