Why Join Us?

1) Seminars from healthcare professionals

2) Regular workshops and scenarios

3) Academic advice 

4) Opportunity to meet and socialise with like-minded students 

What do we do?

This year we plan to go big!! We will be holding regular evening workshops and talks from people that have seen it all. Want something that you feel your course is lacking or do you just have a knowledge gap? Let us know and we'll seek a way to fill that gap! 

We aim to bring together students studying in different areas across the Health and Social Sciences faculty who have an interest in emergency care as well as the pre-hospital environment. We will be holding meetings and workshops covering a broad range of subjects as well as providing a forum for students to share information and gain greater knowledge. 

We will also be holding regular social events, these will include movie nights, friendly sporting events, nights out and much more! We strongly believe this is a brilliant way to unwind from the stress of our courses as well as being a brilliant opportunity to meet like-minded students and make friends for life! 

This society is open to all students but aimed at those on the technical courses with an interest in health and social sciences such as Nurses, Paramedics, Midwifery and other Allied Healthcare courses.

If you are interested in getting involved in teaching or would like to present to the society please email subuprehospitalSoc@bournemouth.ac.uk for more information.

Winners of the SUBU Community Impact Award 2016/17

and nominated for the SUBU Investors in Inclusivity Award 2016/17 

 

For queries please contact: subuprehospitalSoc@bournemouth.ac.uk

 

Key Events

See Facebook for details

When and Where?

Lansdowne Campus / Talbot campus or any interesting places we can find for scenarios...

Meet the Committee

President: Nathan Le Blancq

Communications & Events: Holly Sanderson

Treasurer: Charlie Crutcher

Health & Safety: Nathan Le Blancq

Social Sec: Jessica Bolton

 

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