Cleveland Clinic London is collaborating with Queen Mary University of London’s Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry to help train final year medical students.
Students on the five-week clinical attachment will receive training from Cleveland Clinic London medical staff across one of the hospital’s areas of focus: neuroscience, perioperative medicine and ITU, orthopaedics and musculoskeletal, acute medicine and medical subspecialties, heart and vascular, and digestive diseases.
The programme will be delivered by senior consultants through a combination of direct face-to-face learning and will involve a range of clinical activities including attending surgeries, medical rounds, multi-disciplinary meetings, outpatient clinics and radiology meetings.
‘We are very excited to bring Cleveland Clinic’s long-standing reputation for research and education together with such a prestigious United Kingdom medical school,’ said Cleveland Clinic London chief academic officer Tommaso Falcone. ‘For more than 100 years, Cleveland Clinic has been striving to learn and innovate through research and medical education, and we are pleased that students will have the opportunity to learn through our doctor-led model of care.’