Need ideas for your Medical Elective? Read through some past electives here:

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Each year we run grants for Women Medical Students undertaking electives (read more here) and ask them to complete a feedback form once they return. We have asked them to share their feedback forms with you, so that you can get some ideas and so that you can contact individuals and ask questions. 

We hope this helps!

2015

 Location  Project Title
 Africa  
 Ghana A Reflective Elective Project on Maternal Health and Infectious Diseases in Ghana
 Uganda  Maternal Health in Uganda
Australia  
New South Wales Obstetrics and Gynaecology Elective in Australia
Barbados  
Bridgetown Clinical Placement in Emergency Department, Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Canada  
Vancouver Paediatric Orthopaedics
Cuba  
Havana Cuba - A Healthcare Paradox
Solomon Islands  
Honiara A Reflection on the Ethical Dilemmas Faced by Medical Students During Their Elective in the National Referral Hospital in the Solomon Islands, a Developing Country
South Africa  
KwaZulu-Natal Comparison of Visual Estimation of Blood Loss to Gravimetric Measurement During Caesarean Section in a Rurual South African Hospital
Switzerland  
Geneva Mental Heath Policy and Service Development Research Intern
The Philippines  
Iloilo City Infectious and Tropical Disease in the Philippines: Investigating the Emerging Epidemic
USA  
Atlanta Clinical Haematology
Baltimore Otolaryngology in the US and the UK
UK  
Sheffield Anterior Skull Base Surgery

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