Modern facilities and supportive teaching
Our state-of-the-art anatomy facilities allow you to put theory into practice through full-body cadaveric dissection. From Year 1, our experienced anatomy teachers will enable you to get a real understanding of the human body in health and disease, through fully interactive, hands-on sessions.
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Patient communication and clinical skills are integral to your studies at BSMS. Working with professional actors, our simulation rooms will allow you to practise patient consultations, preparing you to manage complex problems and undertake key clinical examinations in general practice.
Louisa Martindale Building
The Louisa Martindale Building is the newest clinical building in NHS England, located at the Royal Sussex County Hospital. Standing at the front of the main hospital site, the Louisa Martindale Building offers state of the art accommodation for 28 outpatient, ward and specialist services across its 11 floors.
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Our teachers will support you with continuous feedback throughout the course, encouraging you to reflect on your performance and helping you to develop your abilities. As an essential part of your learning, timely, constructive feedback will be provided on a variety of work, from essays and exams, to clinical assessments.
We strongly believe that feedback should be a two-way conversation and we are always very keen to hear from our students too. Whether through student representatives, module evaluations or informal chats, you’re always welcome to speak to us; the door is always open.
We are passionate about our students learning with, from and about other professions in recognition of its importance in developing a collaborative practice ready workforce which produces optimal health outcomes. We have close links with nurses, pharmacists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, podiatrists, social workers and a number of other healthcare professionals who all contribute actively to the teaching and learning of our students.