Welcome to the all new Learn Live website. Why not get involved and join the chat? Join here
NHS Jobs Live - Medicine
NHS Jobs Live – Medicine
NHS Jobs LIVE is a live streamed event that broadcast to thousands across the UK wanting to find out more about the different job roles within the NHS.
This live broadcast featured Dr Jonathan Sadler, a Teaching Fellow at Brighton And Sussex Medical School who discussed how to enter a career in Medicine within the NHS along with the students from East Sussex College.
The live chat is always open next to the video player so feel free to leave a question or comment and we’ll get it forwarded to the panel.
Broadcast length 15 minutes
There are many different ‘specialities’ within medicine, ranging from psychiatry, surgery, anaesthesia and pathology through to general practice and obstetrics. This broadcast will outline the skills and training required to become a doctor.
Dr Jonathan Sadler
Teaching Fellow, Brighton And Sussex Medical School
Jonny is a teaching fellow at BSMS. Coming from a background of 5 years of anaesthetic training he currently teaches many different topics to year groups 1-5 at BSMS in classrooms, lecture theatres, simulation rooms and hospitals. As well as teaching duties, he also interviews students, supports the BSMS student revision app, examines students, iss helping with careers for our students and performs research.
Currently he is studying for a PG-Cert in medical education and is looking to start a follow on PhD in October.
- What browser should I use to watch this event?
For best performance please ensure you are using Google Chrome on a PC/Laptop. For Mac and tablet/smarphone users the live event will stream fine with Firefox, Safari etc.
- Will I be able to test the live stream before the start of the event?
Yes you can test the video player we will be using for the event by clicking on the video above.
- How do I ask a question before or during the LIVE event?
You will be able to ask questions in advance of the event as well as on the day by using the chat facility above located next to the video player.
For best results please use Google Chrome on a PC/Laptop or Safari/Firefox on a tablet device.