Medschools Online http://www.medschoolsonline.co.uk Medical resource services Sun, 11 Sep 2016 13:19:40 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.5.3 65960717 Top 25 Health Career Blogs to Follow http://www.medschoolsonline.co.uk/best-health-career-blogs/ http://www.medschoolsonline.co.uk/best-health-career-blogs/#respond Wed, 17 Aug 2016 15:53:52 +0000 http://www.medschoolsonline.co.uk/?p=1947 If you are interested in a health-related, it can be very helpful to learn from people who are already entrenched in the field. Fortunately, there are dozens of incredibly health career blogs and website where you can turn to for information. Unfortunately, it’s not always easy to know which ones to follow. Fear not however, as we’ve compiled a list of the top 25 health career blogs to follow in 2016!
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If you are interested in a health-related, it can be very helpful to learn from people who are already entrenched in the field. Fortunately, there are dozens of incredibly health career blogs and website where you can turn to for information. Unfortunately, it’s not always easy to know which ones to follow. Fear not however, as we’ve compiled a list of the top 25 health career blogs to follow in 2016!

Just a note, these bloggers below are obviously all fantastic so the numbers 1 through 25 are not a top to bottom ranking – they’re all worthy of being number 1! 🙂

Best Health Career Blogs 2016

Health Career Blog1. New Nurse Blog

Andria will help you succeed in your career as a nurse by helping you ace your admission interview as well as other tips. She also has a podcast where she shares her experience and give valuable resources.

 

health career blogger 2. Nurse Keith

Keith a self proclaimed nurse entrepreneur helps individuals that are looking to enter the health field to learn the ropes of surviving in the 21st century as a nurse. Read about his advice on modern nursing.

 

Nurse blogger 3. International Nurse Support

Joyce has over 20 years of experience working as a flight nurse, operating room nurse to general floor nurse. She will help you by narrating her experiences throughout the years.

 

Nurse Code4. Nurse Code

Nurse Code was founded by Nurse Beth, a Staff Development Educator in acute care. There is a range of valuable information to help would-be health career professionals get started in their career, particularly in nursing.

 

Nature-Jobs 5. Naturejobs Blog

Julie is the editor of Nature Jobs. For all jobs related with science academia and its industry, Naturejobs Blogs is your go to resource and it truly is as thorough resource for career information.

 

Your_Career_Nursing-150x80 6. Your Career Nursing

Tina covers a wide range of information on different nursing career options including nurse entrepreneurs, cruise ship nurses and nursing informatic jobs. Her blog helps find jobs to suit your lifestyle.

 

health career blogger 7. Donna Cardillo

Donna who self proclaimed herself as an “inspiration nurse”. She is an expert blogger and a multi-awarded author. She is a great inspirational writer to nurses who wish to get ahead in their career.

 

Dr. Renee Thompson8. rtconnections

Dr. Renee with her 23 years of experience talks executive leadership, quality management, nursing education and clinical practice. she will help you foster an effective leadership and competence and build a healthy and positive workplace.

 

nurse blogger 9. ER Nurses Care

ERNursesCare is a blog that draws on Leslie’s close to three decades of healthcare experience. She covers the hot topics sand the information relevant to the healthcare sector.

 

KevinMD10. KevinMD

Kevin, and other authors on this site, will give you good insights about healthcare and nursing. If you are looking to advance your career, this website will help you on the right path.

 

career nurse 11. Code Blog

Gina is a nurse for 15 years now and have experiences in CCU and inpatient dialysis. She also narrates experiences of other people in the healthcare department.

 

Kathy 12. The Nursing Site Blog

Founded by Kathy Quan, The Nursing Site Blog is one of the most awarded health care resources online and rightfully so! Kathy offers a huge depth of advice across all areas of nursing and really is a must-read health-related career resource.

 

The Population Health Blog 13. The Population Health Blog

Jaan covers information on disease management, chronic care, primary care, pay for performance, in a jargon free and easy to understand way, drawing on over 20 years industry experience.

 

Toni-Brayer-e147079424087214. Everything Health

Toni is a professional internal medicine physician practicing in North Carolina for 20+ years. She has a lot of tips on being healthy that people who are not in the medical field will also benefit from.

 

Jason Shafrin 15. Healthcare Economist

Jason shows his research about medicare research, the health insurance market, economics and healthcare policy. He expresses his thoughts about issues surrounding a wide range of issues in the field of medicine.

 

Joseph Paduda 16. Managed Care Matters

Joseph focuses on healthy strategy, health research, workers compensation and medical news. He updates his blog twice a week which means that you will get a lot of updates regarding his research.

 

Dr. Lorne Lavine 17. The Digital Dentist

Dentistry is a popular career path in the field of health and Dr. Lorne will tell you how the digital age can help with the dental practices. He aims to help people advance their career as a dentist.

 

career speaker 18. Classy Career Girl

Anna helps women by providing them courses, coaching, and free webinars to help them succeed in their careers. She also gives them insightful tips to help them move up in the corporate world, so it’s a broader career resource to follow.

 

Lorry Schoenly 19. Correctional Nurse

She is a nurse writer and educator that actively talks about correctional nursing in her blogs/podcasts. She points out that incarcerated people are the ones who are most in need of medical care so her blog is a useful non-mainstream resource.

 

adrienne20. Adriennern.com

Adrienne is an RN working in cardiology and says that she blogs as there are stories to be told and everyday at work more weave themselves. Adrienne has a passion for her work which shows through in the quality of her blog!

 

Brittney Wilson 21. The Nerdy Nurse

Brittney is an author and a clinical informatics nurse. She blogs about health care and how it relates and interrelates with technology which is very relevant, given how fast technology progresses.

 

health career blogger 22. Nurse Nacole

Nurse Nacole helps nursing students be successful in their career and share nursing tips. She also has educational materials that can be found in her etsy shop.

 

Nurse Gail 23. Nurse Gail

Nurse Gail is a multi-author blog and an interesting addition to the mix as it doesn’t just focus on health careers, but rather healthy living which is relevant for healthcare workers overall.

 

Nursing Show 24. Nursing Show

Jamie has great content about anything related to being a nurse. He also interviews medical professionals and contribute to the ever changing healthcare environment.

 

Confident Voices 25. Confident Voices

Beth specializes in collaboration and communication in the world of health care. Her blog focuses on the important issues surrounding nurses.

 

Summing Up

There you have it, 25 fantastic resources for anyone looking to get into the field of health care as a career. Be sure to click through to some of the blogs above that sounded of interest to you and once there, be sure to follow them on social media so that you never miss the latest health career information.

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10 Reasons to Pursue a Health Career http://www.medschoolsonline.co.uk/10-reasons-pursue-health-career/ http://www.medschoolsonline.co.uk/10-reasons-pursue-health-career/#respond Tue, 26 Jul 2016 04:13:22 +0000 http://www.medschoolsonline.co.uk/?p=1980 Medicine counts itself as among university degrees that take a long time to finish but never too late to start studying. Students who are already taking up a health-related course or just planning to embark on the whole process have a lot to think about. It’s like contemplating on the responsibility that goes with; and also, the price you have to pay in order to get done with it successfully.
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Medicine counts itself as among university degrees that take a long time to finish but never too late to start studying. Students who are already taking up a health-related course or just planning to embark on the whole process have a lot to think about. It’s like contemplating on the responsibility that goes with; and also, the price you have to pay in order to get done with it successfully.

Before entering a particular field of study, you might have considered the pros and cons that go alongside with your choice. There are no rules that say which is the right way and which one is not. Research shows that children start thinking of what profession they want to embark in the future in as early as the first several years in school. However, several factors and challenges come in the way that would affect these ambitions and among these is health related education like Medicine.

So why choose this course among the many that are available for the picking and way cheaper? Below are the top 10 reasons why.

  1. Respect in society

Doctors belong to every community’s crème de la crème.  They are always placed on top of social ladders and considered as highly credible and morally upright individuals. Taking up Medicine is a social status and this is undeniably true in other parts of the world. Fame goes with it too!

  1. Opportunities are abundant

There is a broad range of job opportunities in store for every doctor who graduates and passes the state board exams. Jobs are varied depending on the specialized field of study and work is everywhere. They can get employed in hospitals, public health facilities, science institutions, part of a medical team, or work privately in clinics.

  1. Huge need for doctors

The world needs doctors in various fields of health issues and these requirements can be found everywhere. As global health crisis arise, we call on the expertise of medical practitioners to prevent if not solve medical challenges we face each day. However, not all doctors can practice in different countries or states as there are also tests to take before they can do so.

  1. Safe job, career, and lifestyle

Right after passing the board exams, doctors begin a good life, with nice homes, cars, and everything you wanted to have. Yes—they can easily own those possessions. In situations where people find it hard to look for jobs or in countries that experience economic crisis, these medical practitioners are way above the poverty line. Job is safe, career continues to flourish and lifestyle is stable.

  1. Constant learning process

Graduating from a medical school is not the end of learning.  Alongside a stable career, doctors submit themselves to seminars, conventions, and additional learning to further their craft. This is a welcome idea both for patients and would-be patients because trust and reliability is raised to a higher level. And with these upgrades come upgraded lives for them and more income.

  1. Science is universal

If English is regarded as the international language of all nations, Science is universal to the entire world. Medical students meet Latin (aside from English) in school as some of the medical terms are rooted from this ancient language. Nevertheless, doctors can make themselves understandable to many patients even though they speak in different tongues because English is an ideally accepted language all over the world.

  1. Jobs Available for Education and Experience Levels

A health career is an exciting job as regarded by many students. Whether you choose to become a doctor or a nurse, both of which takes longer years of study, there are so many things that you can hope for. It does not take away the possibility of taking you to other places, learn new skills, and earn more. These are just a few things health care students get motivation from.

  1. Competitive Earning Potential

The high demand for health care professionals creates a rewarding earning potential. With several years of experience and additional years of specializing on skills makes you earn higher than the rest of your peers. Simply put, the more knowledgeable you are in your field f study, the more pay you are bound to receive.

  1. Team work

In school, professors teach medical or nursing students teamwork as they are divided into groups to take on cases. With a joint effort, they learn to undertake specific problems together and take in each member’s opinion. As these opinions are gathered, they would come to a decision or rationale that may become the final output of the group. Cooperation is essential in healthcare practice.

  1. Touch Lives – Make an Impact

Some people study to become nurses or doctors because they want to make an impact towards many people’s lives. Taking high earnings aside, there is something about other individuals that magnetize health practitioners. It is human nature to help others and the best way to do it is to help cure the sick, alleviate them from their medical condition to eventually lead a better and healthier life. Charity? Yes, there are doctors who work for free and take pride in doing so if just to help other individuals who cannot afford to pay.

Deciding on a health career takes several things to consider. But with the ones mentioned above, bet you are going ahead as planned. So, we bid you good luck on your chosen field of endeavor.

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Top 10 UK Universities for Medicine http://www.medschoolsonline.co.uk/top-10-uk-universities-for-medicine/ http://www.medschoolsonline.co.uk/top-10-uk-universities-for-medicine/#respond Tue, 24 Nov 2015 06:04:10 +0000 http://www.medschoolsonline.co.uk/?p=1932 The field of medicine is a very respectable career path. Students taking a degree program in this field need to have a great amount of passion and determination in order to succeed. People entrust their lives to doctors and other medical professionals, which is why it is crucial for students to choose the best medicine school in the United Kingdom. Here are 10 of the top UK universities for medicine that you can consider for your medical career:


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The field of medicine is a very respectable career path. Students taking a degree program in this field need to have a great amount of passion and determination in order to succeed. People entrust their lives to doctors and other medical professionals, which is why it is crucial for students to choose the best medicine school in the United Kingdom. Here are 10 of the top UK universities for medicine that you can consider for your medical career:

  1. Keele University

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Keele University has finally reached the top 10 after stepping up its research game. Its full-time medicine program ensures graduates that they will meet the necessary standards, such as attitudes, skills, and knowledge, to become an excellent doctor. The school has a dedicated support service for all its medicine students, providing them assistance in addressing certain issues. This service is available at the University, as well as all major hospital sites.

  1. Newcastle University

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Newcastle University’s School of Medical Education has been teaching medicine since 1834. Its four-year accelerate program was designed for graduates of any discipline who aspire to become a doctor, as well as for those whose previous profession makes them qualified for the study. The initial phase of the program uses clinical cases for students to learn to take a problem-first, task-based approach. They will then be integrated into a common pathway with undergraduate students.

  1. University of Glasgow

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The University of Glasgow’s School of Medicine has consistently been in the top 10 UK medical schools. Its four-phase program exposes students through the basic disciplines of medicine to ensure that they are well-prepared for a career in the field.

  1. University of Edinburgh

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The University of Edinburgh Medical School is just one of the two Scottish medical institutions in this list. This school is known for its high-quality medical education, and excellent provision for every student. In addition, the Edinburgh Medical School also accepts students from across the globe as they deal with their elective placement.

  1. Queen Mary, University of London

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The University of London’s Queen Mary is part of the Russell Group that comprises of leading universities in the United Kingdom. The group has recognized the school for its excellence in teaching and research. Russell Group university graduates are highly valued by employers. This gives them a head start when they search for jobs. The institution exposes students to a highly diversified environment, helping them get ready for a medical career.

  1. Imperial College London

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Imperial College London has eight campuses across London, with a new one currently under development. This institution is one of the top engineering, scientific, and medical teaching and research schools across the globe. Imperial focuses on the practical application of engineering, science, and medicine in the fields of healthcare, commerce, and industry. Students can expect high-quality teaching, research skills development opportunities, and high patient contact.

  1. University College London

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The University College London’s Medical School is one of the largest across the UK. This institution has an annual student population of up to 330. UCL medicine students enjoy a 100 percent employment rate, as well. Its six-year program focuses largely on key health programs, patient pathways, and clinical presentation. Students will be given clinical contacts with doctors and patients.

  1. Cardiff University

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Cardiff University’s School of Medicine has upped it game to ensure that future doctors are well-prepared for the medical challenges in the future. Founded in 1883, the university is located in Cardiff’s civic center, around five minutes away from the city center by foot. The academic buildings, the Students’ Union, and student residences have been strategically placed for added convenience to students.

  1. University of Cambridge

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The University of Cambridge was founded in 1209. It has a global reputation for world-class original research and outstanding academic achievement. While getting admitted in a UK medical school is extremely difficult, students will have the hardest time gaining admittance in the University of Cambridge. Aspiring medical professionals need an entry score of 627, which is difficult to obtain. However, students who were able to get in will definitely reap the rewards.

  1. University of Oxford

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The University of Oxford Medical School has consistently been a top performer in the country, going head to head with the University of Cambridge. The institution has an impressive student satisfaction score of 4.63, making it one of the best medical schools in the United Kingdom.

Its medicine program offers a well-rounded training with focus on the basic medical research. The school has retained its distinct three-year, pre-clinical phase that involves working on obtaining a BA Honours degree in Medical Sciences. This program is followed by another three-year study for the clinical stage. The Oxford Medical School remains small, despite recent expansion, to allow staff and students to know one another better, and benefit from a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.

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Easiest Med Schools To Get Into http://www.medschoolsonline.co.uk/easiest-med-schools-to-get-into/ http://www.medschoolsonline.co.uk/easiest-med-schools-to-get-into/#respond Wed, 11 Nov 2015 23:45:22 +0000 http://www.medschoolsonline.co.uk/?p=1924 A common characteristic amongst medical schools around the world is the difficulty of acceptance.
This has the result of discouraging many students to chase their dreams of following a medical profession.
Below we have listed some tips in order to help you get accepted, and also the top 10 easiest medical schools to get into.
How to make it easier to get into medical school
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A common characteristic amongst medical schools around the world is the difficulty of acceptance.

This has the result of discouraging many students to chase their dreams of following a medical profession.

Below we have listed some tips in order to help you get accepted, and also the top 10 easiest medical schools to get into.

How to make it easier to get into medical school

With the competition being fierce when it comes to getting accepted to a medical school we have listed 4 tips that will make this process a bit easier for you.

  1. Consider Uniformed Service

People who choose to follow this path will have to perform 2 years of active military service for each year of scholarship after they become MDs.

  1. Consider going to Cuba

With medical school program fees being extraordinary high a good choice is to go and get your medical degree to Cuba. Cuba offers a 100% scholarship for low income medical school students from various countries (including UK).

  1. Consider State Universities

State universities are considerable cheaper and easier to get accepted than private ones. It is a good choice for all medical students.

  1. Evaluate the Test Scores

All medical schools define an average MCAT or GPA score as an admission criteria. If you are not sure that you will get accepted before apply a good idea is to evaluate your test scores first.

Top 10 Easiest Medical Schools to Get Into

  1. University of Missouri–Kansas City School of Medicine
  • 386 Applicants each year
  • 86 Matriculates each year
  • Applicants to Matriculates ratio: 4
  • Average students’ MCAT score: 3
  • Admission difficulty: 4
  1. University of Mississippi School of Medicine
  • 266 Applicants each year
  • 110 Matriculates each year
  • Applicants to Matriculates ratio: 2
  • Average students’ MCAT score: 29
  • Admission difficulty: 8
  1. San Juan Bautista School of Medicine
  • 504 Applicants each year
  • 60 Matriculates each year
  • Applicants to Matriculates ratio: 8
  • Average students’ MCAT score: 17
  • Admission difficulty: 9
  1. University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences
  • 306 Applicants each year
  • 62 Matriculates each year
  • Applicants to Matriculates ratio: 5
  • Average students’ MCAT score: 27
  • Admission difficulty: 12
  1. LSU Health Sciences Centre Shreveport
  • 703 Applicants each year
  • 116 Matriculates each year
  • Applicants to Matriculates ratio: 6
  • Average students’ MCAT score: 27
  • Admission difficulty: 14
  1. University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine
  • 942 Applicants each year
  • 108 Matriculates each year
  • Applicants to Matriculates ratio: 9
  • Average students’ MCAT score: 24
  • Admission difficulty: 14
  1. Mercer University School of Medicine
  • 773 Applicants each year
  • 90 Matriculates each year
  • Applicants to Matriculates ratio: 9
  • Average students’ MCAT score: 26
  • Admission difficulty: 18
  1. University of Arizona College of Medicine
  • 855 Applicants each year
  • 158 Matriculates each year
  • Applicants to Matriculates ratio: 5
  • Average students’ MCAT score: 29
  • Admission difficulty: 18
  1. LSU Health Sciences Centre New Orleans
  • 990 Applicants each year
  • 179 Matriculates each year
  • Applicants to Matriculates ratio: 6
  • Average students’ MCAT score: 29
  • Admission difficulty: 18
  1. Central University of the Caribbean
  • 1021 Applicants each year
  • 65 Matriculates each year
  • Applicants to Matriculates ratio: 16
  • Average students’ MCAT score: 20
  • Admission difficulty: 20

Author Bio:

Noel Griffith is a webmaster at www.careerswiki.com and works as a recruitment consultant and career advisor. He focuses on helping people find their ideal career, and giving ongoing advice in regard to finding a progressive career path to match their skill set. With a strong belief in communication and networking, Noel’s goal is to help connect the right people and forge strong professional relationships. To contact Noel you can email him at careerswiki1@gmail.com

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Medschools Online Nominated Best Medical Student Resource 2014 http://www.medschoolsonline.co.uk/medschools-online-nominated-best-medical-student-resource-2014/ http://www.medschoolsonline.co.uk/medschools-online-nominated-best-medical-student-resource-2014/#comments Wed, 09 Apr 2014 11:54:54 +0000 http://www.medschoolsonline.co.uk/?p=1626 Having worked hard to restore this site to its previous glory, and to provide more and more services and guidance for you, we are proud to have received this recognition from whom we believe to be an excellent service provider themselves.
You can read more about Gap Medics by clicking here.

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Best Medical Student Resource

Yes, you read that right. It’s not the effects of whatever narcotic gases your Breaking Bad style lab session has released.

Medschools Online has been nominated by Gap Medics, providers of work placements around the world for medical students, as one of the most valuable resources for medical students.

Having worked hard to restore this site to its previous glory, and to provide more and more services and guidance for you, we are proud to have received this recognition from whom we believe to be an excellent service provider themselves.

You can read more about Gap Medics by clicking here.

To vote for us as the Best Student Medical Resource 2014, click on the image above or go to http://www.gapmedics.co.uk/blog/votenow and select Medschools Online.


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Medschools Online Book Store launching soon http://www.medschoolsonline.co.uk/medschools-online-book-store-launching-soon/ http://www.medschoolsonline.co.uk/medschools-online-book-store-launching-soon/#respond Thu, 03 Apr 2014 13:38:59 +0000 http://www.medschoolsonline.co.uk/?p=1548 We are currently working on a website to fill such a void.
Using an affiliation with Amazon UK, Medschools Online will shortly be launching a standalone website including books relating to all medical categories. We are also contacting universities and trawling websites to amalgamate the relevant reading lists advised by medical training facilities.
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One thing we have noticed whilst redeveloping this site and talking with students, lecturers and service providers is a lack of online book stores aimed solely at benefitting students and medical practitioners. This is often an arduous task of browsing various multi discipline websites and picking from an endless list.

We are currently working on a website to fill such a void.

Using an affiliation with Amazon UK, Medschools Online will shortly be launching a standalone website including books relating to all medical categories. We are also contacting universities and trawling websites to amalgamate the relevant reading lists advised by medical training facilities.

We hope to provide a valuable service to students and graduates where they will be able to shop for the materials, create a complete shopping cart, and process their orders via the well respected Amazon interface.

This is proving quite a labour intensive process but we are nearing completion of the design phase. The catalogues have been compiled and awaiting addition to the site.

This could be a very interesting development in the service provided by Medschools Online and one which has not been tried before by ourselves. As with anything MSO related, we are doing this for the benefit of our readers and would appreciate any feedback from you when its live and functional.

The MedSchools Online Team

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MedSchools Online is Changing http://www.medschoolsonline.co.uk/medschools-online-changing/ http://www.medschoolsonline.co.uk/medschools-online-changing/#respond Sat, 29 Mar 2014 14:07:57 +0000 http://msotest.exmc2.co.uk/?p=1316 In those 10 years the site has been viewed and hopefully appreciated by around 10,000 pairs of eyes every month (figures correct as of March 2014), who have come to read the information on the 400+ pages, forum posts and medical careers sections. This puts http://www.medschoolsonline.co.uk healthily amongst the most visited advisory sites for UK medical students and is a standing we take great pride in.
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Since it’s inception in 2004, MedSchools Online has had one primary goal; acting as an online resource to aid and guide medical school applicants and prospective students all the way from their first thoughts of a medical careers right through to becoming qualified practitioners.

In those 10 years the site has been viewed and hopefully appreciated by around 10,000 pairs of eyes every month (figures correct as of March 2014), who have come to read the information on the 400+ pages, forum posts and medical careers sections. This puts http://www.medschoolsonline.co.uk healthily amongst the most visited advisory sites for UK medical students and is a standing we take great pride in.

What users may have noticed however is that certain areas of the site were in need of updating. Our advice guides on courses had last been updated a number of years ago. Certain universities had also changed their entry exam process. And most notably, the costs of studying at UK universities across the board has been steadily increasing, with many now charging up to the maximum fee of £9,000 per annum following increases to the limits in recent years.

That all changes now.

In 2014 you will start seeing a lot of changes to the website. Both in content and in navigation. We are going to streamline the way in which users travel through our pages and make the areas as intuitive as possible. We have also worked hard on a new layout which will enable us to incorporate more new and exciting features that we intend to launch in the coming months.

We no longer want to serve just those wishing to enter medicine. We want to create a community which is all encompassing for every aspect of your career path. And god willing we will do so.

During this process we would love to hear from our site users; we’d like to hear your comments on the layout, our content, what features you would like to see, and what it is that makes you visit and keep visiting http://www.medschoolsonline.co.uk

With this information we can sculpt a site that suits your needs and does so in the best way possible. After all we are here for you.

 

The MedSchools Online Team

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