Our first event of the year, held at Manchester Royal Infirmary, was attended by over 60 sixth formers and was deemed to be a huge success! One attendee stated: "I wish I could do the day again,a nd I feel condifent that I can get in (to medicine) because of this event". Almost 100% of attendee's said that they felt that their knowlege of applications had improved. Thank you to all the volunteers who helped with this event. #workshop
MOMs were very excited to return to Royal Blackburn Hospital for a follow-up event to their workshop in November 2016. The workshop reached approximately 60 young people from the East Lancashire area, and was a storming success yet again!
MOMs volunteer Charlotte Auty took lead yet again, organising all the volunteers, running many of the lectures, and ensuring that the workshop lived up to it's high standards! #workshop #volunteerstories
MOMs were very excited to have ran their first ever workshop at Royal Preston Hospital, for first year sixth formers in West Lancashire. The workshop reached approximately 30 young people, and yet again received overwhelmingly positive feedback! #workshop
MOMs return to Royal Blackburn Hospital to run another workshop for first year sixth formers in East Lancashire. Nostalgia was at an all-time high as many volunteers were reminded how far MOMs have came in just 12 months. With approximately 40 young people in attendance, MOMs were very pleased to be working yet again with young people from East Lancashire.
Running the event was Amy Kitchen, a 4th Year Medical Student, and a very involved MOMs volunteer. Amy Kitchen is from
After a very successful first year, MOMs had a strong start to their second year with a workshop in Manchester.The workshop reached over 60 first year sixth formers in Greater Manchester, with extremely positive feedback. MOMs were especially excited to have Charlotte Auty, a new member of the team, running the workshop and delivering high-quality teaching throughout. Here at MOMs, we're always very excited when new volunteers take on responsibilities and go above and beyond
To ensure that the amazing work MOMs do is accessible, they ran a follow-up workshop in Manchester for first year sixth formers in Greater Manchester who were unable to attend the workshop in April. The workshop proved to be an amazing opportunity for young people considering a career in medicine, especially before they start their application process! #workshop
After collaboration with Manchester Medical School and Access All Areas, a branch of University of Manchester Students' Union, MOMs ran their first event for young people in Manchester. With approximately 50 first year sixth formers from the Greater Manchester area in attendance, the event was an excellent continuation of the work they started earlier in the academic year. #workshop
MOMs ran their first event on November 21st 2015, at Royal Blackburn Hospital's Learning Centre. With approximately 70 first year sixth formers from East Lancashire in attendance, MOMs first Medical School Applicant Workshop was a huge success, receiving extremely positive feedback. #workshop