This form allows MBChB staff to request access to any technologies or tools used throughout the MBChB programme. Access to University of Edinburgh systems is granted via an EASE login, the University’s authorisation service.
We’re always keen to hear from our students (and staff) about what they’ve been up to, so we can share their success stories with the MBChB community and on our social media channels. It might be you’ve recently attended or presented at a conference; competed for a national sporting team; or won an academic or extra-curricular award: whatever your story, we want to hear from you.
The General Medical Council (Good Medical Practice (2013)) sees the ability to raise concerns as integral to patient safety, but it really goes beyond this to protect students and staff from unreasonable, unethical, or prejudiced behaviours in an organisation; and to ensure an environment of continuous quality improvement. Medical students are expected to develop an understanding of voicing a concern, why it is at times necessary, and how to do it. As well as issues affecting patient safety directly, this includes worrying issues with fellow students and members of staff. Any student, member of staff, or member of the public can use this form to get in touch with Edinburgh Medical School regarding MBChB-related matters.