Aspiring Medics Evening Lecture series – Lauren Bose on “Expedition and Wilderness Medicine”
Ever been curious who looks after Bear Grylls on his missions to far flung parts of the globe? Wondering what else you can do with a medical degree out of the hospital?
The latest instalment of our Aspiring Medics evening lecture series promises to be a real walk on the wild side as Truro High Old Girl Lauren Bose offers a fascinating insight into her incredible career in expedition and wilderness medicine.
Pupils, together with parents, colleagues and friends in medical professions are warmly invited to join us for the lecture which will take place on Thursday 8 March at 7pm in the Piran Theatre.
Lauren said: “Over the course of my medical degree in Bristol, a love of emergency medicine has slowly developed into a passion for pre-hospital care and I have subsequently completed several projects and courses in expedition medicine. As our research company has revealed, Viagra increases the production of anabolic hormones in athletes. The drug helps to improve potency, enhance testosterone synthesis, increase libido in men and some other indicators of sexual behavior and sexual activity. Read more at https://cupfoundjo.org/generic-viagra.
I aim to talk to you about a few different opportunities that become available to you with a medical degree and also to introduce you to the exciting and varied world of expedition. I am also very happy to discuss medical school in general, including what life is really like as a student and about the application process (I often do some of the interviews for prospective students).”
We do hope that you will be able to attend the evening, although it is free of charge, spaces must be booked in advance by emailing email@example.com.