Medical Students

We currently train and provide clinical experience for Year 1, Year 2 and Year 4 medical students over a period of 55 days per year. Medical students often sit in on consultations; if they are sitting in with the doctor or nurse you are seeing you will be asked to give your consent that you are happy with this.

 

The students also learn a huge amount from talking to patients in-depth about their medical conditions, so we often contact patients with specific medical conditions to come in and discuss their experiences with medical students on specific teaching days. This is, of course, entirely voluntary and your care will not be affected in any way if you would prefer not to do this.

 

Here at Bacon Road we are proud to be teaching and training the next generation of GPs.

 

As part of the teaching, we are keen to provide the students with ‘real life’ conditions and would love to have you involved.

 

If you suffer, or have suffered, from any of the conditions listed below and would be happy to speak with our students, please let the receptionist know. Leela, our Medical Student Administrator, will then contact you to discuss further.

If you have any of the following, and would be happy to share your experience with our students, please contact our reception team:

 

Bone pain
Soft tissue pain
Suffered a fall
Gait disturbance & limping child
Fractures & dislocation
Monoarticular pain
Polyarticular pain
Connective tissue problems
Spinal pain
Haematological cancers
Anaemias
Bleeding & clotting
Rashes
Pruritus & acne
Lumps, bumps & ulceration
Blisters, rashes & hair loss
Chest pain (last 12-24m)
Valve disorders / murmurs
AAA & peripheral vascular disease
Stroke
Arrythmia, syncope & cardiac arrest
Shortness of breath & heart failure
Hypertension & risk
Noisy breathing
Acute cough
Wheeze & breathlessness
Chronic breathlessness
Chest pain / PE
Chronic cough
Haemoptysis
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