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The 143rd LMSS Committee

The elected LMSS Full Committee is typically formed of 39 full-time medical students representing the entire membership body. The committee works hard behind the scenes to make sure the society functions smoothly and all events run without a hitch. 

By convention, nominations for the three LMSS Officers of the Society are opened at the Annual Hustings Meeting, after which all years are invited to vote for their preferred candidates by secret ballot. The Full Committee is then chosen at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) in the March of every year.


THE OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY


President@lmssonline.co.uk
President 
Will Thompson

Hello Freshers!

Welcome to the city of Liverpool, the Liverpool Medical Students’ Society (better known as the LMSS) and the best 5 years of your lives! You are about to embark on the biggest and best adventure of your lives!

My name is Will Thompson and I am the President of the LMSS for 2017/18, I am hugely proud to be welcoming you to Liverpool, helping you get involved in everything the LMSS has to offer! This may be sports, drama, music, adventure, charity and oh yeah the reason we are all here....academic work. Sometimes its easy to forget that we will doing work with all the other activities offered by the LMSS! I can promise you that you will always find something to do or someone to speak to in the LMSS! All I can say is Don’t Be Shy (DBS) and get involved in as much as you can!

The LMSS has something going on all the time throughout the year, so when you’re not sat at a desk or in hospital, you will always have loads to keep yourself entertained! As you will go on to read there are a number of balls held by the LMSS for all medical students, each one unique in its own way. These support amazing local charities and will have up to 800 medics attending.

There are loads of medics sports teams which will welcome people of all standards from complete novice to representative level. These teams compete in local and national competitions so there are plenty of chances to represent the LMSS against other medical schools and bring home some silverware!

The mentor-mentee system is amazing! This will allow you to meet your second year mentor who will help you in all aspects of life during your time in Liverpool! They will host a welcome night for you early in the year where they will cook for you and get to know you, before taking you for a night out in THE RAZ!!! You will get to know this place throughout your time in Liverpool, it is everyones second home during first year as you make your pilgrimage there every Monday night! Your mentor will then put on fantastic teaching when you need it most before exams!

This brings us onto ‘The Grand Round’.....this mysterious annual event will be taking part on 24th November 2017. It dates back up to 130 years offering students of all years an opportunity to get involved in what is always an unforgettable experience. This takes place in the o2 Academy in front of around 1000 fellow medical students! All I can say is... Don’t Be Shy!

As mentioned earlier the LMSS is now independent of the university. We have been lucky enough to become a registered charity! This allows us to host more charitable events and raise even more money for the amazing Charities we support. Over the past three years we have raised around £80,000 for amazing local and national charities. This is all thanks to the amazing work of LMSS members! This total will continue to grow and grow with your help!

Whenever there isn't one of the bigger events on the will be an ‘LMSS Ordinary Meeting’. You will probably be thinking why would I want to spend my Thursday night coming to an ‘ordinary’ meeting?! All I can say is that these meetings are far from ordinary! Here you will have a chance to catch up with your friends from all years, and meet loads of new people!

Ordinary Meetings are amazing value as they will be absolutely FREE, how can you argue with that! There is FREE FOOD too, which I can promise you will be very grateful for once you have blown your student loan in freshers week! There will also be Alumni coming back to tell you about amazing experiences they have had, such as working as the England Rugby Doctor to working abroad in Camp Bastion. Amazing entertainment is also offered at them such TV comedians, magicians and bands!! Thursday nights are for the LMSS!!!

So as I mentioned earlier, I am President of the LMSS. This has been my dream ever since attending my first LMSS Ordinary Meeting all the way back in first year! I fell in love with the society immediately, over the years my love for the LMSS grew and grew. Until one fateful night last March at the LMSS Hustings, I got down on one knee and was proposed to be the LMSS President. I could not be more excited for you guys, you have the best 5 years of your life coming up!

As President it is my job to represent you and the society in everything we do! I will fight tooth and nail to ensure that we put on the biggest and best events for our members, and that you have the best freshers experience in the country! Over the next year I will be making a fool of myself at Ordinary Meetings, representing our society in national conferences and running the society behind the scenes ensuring this coming year is our most successful year yet!

Over the coming year I will keep you all up to date as I send email updates and post on all the Facebook group. I am also here for you academically throughout the year. If you ever have any problems feel free to contact me or my fellow committee members. I will do everything I can to ensure you get the help you need.

So once again, I welcome you to the LMSS!!! Come down to the Freshers Fair where I can’t wait to meet you all! Here you can pick up your BUS TOUR T-Shirt and you LMSS Membership! Joining the LMSS will be the best decision you make during your time at university!!!

DON’T BE SHY and get involved in everything you can!! I look forward to meeting you all very soon upon your arrival in Liverpool!

Will Thompson
 

LMSS President 2017/18 

 
Treasurer@lmssonline.co.uk
Treasurer
Mike Whitehead

HELLO FRESHERS!!!

 

First off, a HUGE congratulations for getting into Liverpool! It truly is the best city on earth and all of those hours, hard at work, leading up till now have been worth it! You are all soooooo lucky that you have five of the best years of your entire lives ahead of you, studying medicine, exploring all of the wonderful things this city has to offer. (I’m a little jealous of you all, starting again where you are now would be amazing!)

 

My name is Mike Whitehead and I’m your Treasurer of the LMSS for the next year. It’s my job to make sure that you get the best bang for your buck as an LMSS member, with many discounts and savings for all of the wonderful social, academic and charity events we have to offer. It’s also my job, along with everyone else on the LMSS committee, to help you settle in, as your second family, throughout your time in first year and through the rest of your years studying here in Liverpool.

 

The LMSS is the oldest and largest medical students society in the entire country, more than 130 years old, with over 1000 active members, from students of all years through to doctors who’ve lived through it all before. We are now a registered charity in our own right, dedicated to maximizing your time here, to strike a good work-life balance, and provide welfare and support for all medical students in Liverpool. The LMSS is here for your every need; academic support, sports, creative, welfare, giving you the opportunity to raise thousands for local charities as well as the countless amazing social events we put on.

 

We’ll kick off the year with our LMSS Freshers’ Faire at our new home, the LMI (Liverpool Medical Institution), just across from the big wigwam cathedral next to campus, where you will have the chance to see all of the wonderful things we have to offer, sign up for sports, talk to current students and best of all…. Get your ticket to BUS TOUR!!!! Bus tour is the simply biggest freshers event going, taking you all on a trip around Liverpool’s finest establishments travelling between venues on our lovely fun-buses, dancing the night away with all your new mates!

 

You can get your memberships for the bargain price of £40 for your entire time here in Liverpool, which offers you discounts on everything the society runs. Trust me, you make all of your money back within your first year, and reading through the rest of this lovely Freshers’ Guide, you’ll see why.

 

It can be daunting, heading off to live in a new city, but don’t worry, be excited, because you already have a huge family here in the LMSS. You will make lifelong friends here and over the next 5 years, you’ll be given so many opportunities to meet new people, get involved in things you never though you would and as cliché as it sounds, you really will find yourself in Liverpool.

 

I’m so, so excited to meet you all, and show you all the other AMAZING things we have lined up for you, our legendary Ordinary Meetings, Mentor Mentee, Annual Ball, Charity Dinners, huge bar crawls, Bus Tour and the super mysterious GRAND ROUND, amongst many many more. You will absolutely love it here I’m sure and I urge you all, DON’T BE SHY, get involved with everything and really throw yourself into student life here in Liverpool.

 

Enjoy the rest of your summer and rest up, because this year is gonna be HUGE!!! See you all in September!

 

Lots of love,

 

Mike Whitehead

LMSS Treasurer 2017-18


Secretary@lmssonline.co.uk
Lady Secretary
Charly Waldon

Hello Freshers and FUTURE DOCTORS!

 

First of all, I’d like to congratulate each and every one of you for getting a place to study medicine in what is undoubtedly one of the best cities in the world, LIVERPOOL! You have done ridiculously well to get here and should be so proud of yourselves. A huge welcome to what will inevitably be the best five/six years of your life.

 

I’m Charly and I am your LMSS secretary for the coming year. I’m going into my 6th year of university having intercalated in Humanitarian Studies last year at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. My job is to ensure that the inner workings of the society run as smoothly as possible and to oversee the rest of the committee (who are absolutely FAB this year, you couldn’t wish to meet a bunch of friendlier people). I’m also here to lend a helping hand to whoever may need it, to ensure you get the most out of your time in Liverpool!

 

I know that moving away from home to university is a daunting experience and that is why I want you to know that through the LMSS you already have a whole new set of friends, who can’t wait to meet you in September! The LMSS has totally shaped my university experience and took me under its wing when I was a fresher and that’s why I want to ensure we do the same for you.

 

The LMSS is the oldest medical student society in the whole of the UK and currently has over 1500 members (this provides you with the opportunity to meet lots of older students who can provide you with plenty of advice and guidance). Whether you’re looking to challenge yourself by completing the 3 peaks in <24hrs, get involved in multiple charity events, excel in fancy dress at our themed nights out, get suited and booted at one of our many balls, try out a new sport or swot up at our extensive revision weekends…it’s got something for everyone.

 

The LMSS has given me some of the best teaching I have received in my whole time at Liverpool, provided me with brilliant socials and friends for life. You’re going to be receiving a lot of advice before you come to Liverpool but the one piece of advice I’d love you to listen to is:

 

-Take every opportunity that comes your way

-Don’t be shy (although it’s fine if you are)

- Join the LMSS!

 

Make sure you come and say hello at Fresher’s Fair, (you’ll be given all the details about that soon) so you can purchase your membership, which gets you discount on every LMSS event! In the mean time, join the ‘Liverpool Medics 2017 entry’ group on Facebook so you can keep up to date with all the excitement...Fresher’s bus tour is on 25th September and is an event not to be missed!

 

I can’t wait to meet you all! Enjoy the rest of your summer (so well deserved) and I’ll see you in September. If you have any questions in the mean time please don’t hesitate to get in touch!

 

Love Charly xxx


THE FULL COMMITTEE

 

annualdinner@lmssonline.co.uk
The Annual Dinner Chairman 
Eddie Lane

Hello Freshers!

My name’s Eddie and I am your Annual Dinner/ Men’s Bar crawl Chairperson  for 2017/2018!

On the 3rd November this year you will be invited on what is simply one (of two) of the best nights you will have in your first year at Liverpool and that is the Men’s bar crawl. It is a night where the fine, fine gentlemen of the society get suited and booted and embark on what will be the best bar crawl of your life through some of Liverpool’s finest establishments! Whilst you are in the midst of bonding with your future best man over a lovely, delicious pint, the ladies of the society will be attending the Ladies Dinner, to which we will be getting on buses from our last pub and joining them to throw some filthy shapes into the early hours of the morning.

Two weeks later, on the 17th of November, the roles are reversed and here will come the second, best night of your first year in the shape of the Annual Men’s Dinner. This event is one of the oldest and very best in the LMSS calendar, with 2017 seeing in the 173rd Annual Dinner. The night itself will entail the gentlemen of the society meeting for a night of sophistication and class in a hotel, having dinner and drinks before being joined by the ladies who will be on their annual bar crawl for even filthier shapes to be thrown. Having been to the Annual Men’s Dinner every year I can say it is a truly unique and amazing night and one not to be missed!

If you guys have any questions at all regarding either event then please feel free to get in touch over Facebook- Get excited for an unbelievable year, I shall see you all on Bus tour!

Eddie x



annualball@lmssonline.co.uk
The Annual Medical Ball Secretaries
Joe Clarkson & Paige Hall

Hey! We’re Joe & Paige and we will be your Annual Ball Reps this coming academic year! That means we’ll be responsible for the biggest night of the year! LMSS Annual Ball is a night of black tie and fabulous frocks combined with this years theme of CARNIVAL! We promised you MAGIC, FIRE BREATHERS, CANDY FLOSS, POPCORN, and many more of your fun fair favourites! All this included in the ticket price as well as a 3 course meal and after party with a live band and the DJ churning out your favourite hits. Enter the carnival and kick the evening off with the free drinks reception and have a go at the VODKA LUGE (an LMSS Annual Ball essential) whilst making the most of the PHOTO BOOTH to make sure you remember the best night of the year (we often find we have slightly hazy memories the day after).

But until January enjoy all the other great LMSS events and DON’T BE SHY!

Lots of Annual Ball love, Joe & Paige xoxo
 

smoker@lmssonline.co.uk
The Grand Round Chairmen
Hamish Baxter & Alex Boone

November 2017 marks the return of the most highly anticipated event of the LMSS calendar… The Grand Round! Join us at the illustrious O2 Academy Liverpool on the 24th of November for a supreme evening of rip-roaring raunchy entertainment. Equal parts mysterious and titillating, The Grand Round 2017 promises to be an unequivocally mouth-watering, mind-altering and transformative experience. This year’s Show is brought to you by the devilishly handsome Boone & Baxter. The disgustingly delicious duo is well known for their razor-sharp wit, bulging bouncy buttocks and all-round heart-throbbing double dreamboat status. Join us all this November as we take to the Stage once again to wow and mystify audiences. Prepare yourselves for an evening of unadulterated joy and pleasure that is sure to set your soul on fire. This Show is not to be missed. And don’t, whatever you do, do not be shy!

 


associatedsocieties@lmssonline.co.uk
The Associated Societies Liaison Secretary
Rea Hughes

Hi I’m Rea! I’m your Associated Societies rep (ASS rep ;) ) for 2016/2017!

The LMSS has a wide variety of extra-curricular activities for people from all years with the society. These range from volunteering to teach in local schools to learning valuable skills like suturing. I will be your point of call if you need any advice about any activities or have any ideas for starting up new societies. 

Lots of Love Rea xx

 

       bma@lmssonline.co.uk
The British Medical Association (BMA) Liaison Secretary
Sam Dolan
Hi there! I'm Sam and I'm your rep for the British Medical Association, commonly known as the 'BMA' (or 'the militant doctors' if you read that reputable news outlet-the Daily Mail!) What is the BMA I hear you ask? As a trade union, the BMA defends and represents all of those in the medical profession (including you!) in matters associated with training and employment- you may have already heard about the BMA disagreeing with our (dear) Health Secretary over the Junior Doctors Contract Dispute. However more importantly they also have a national medical students committee-the voice of medical students in the UK. Through this committee we fight for various issues to protect and improve student welfare, education, finance and widening participation to medicine. If you want to get more involved yourself and represent the best medical school there is, then be sure to attend our national student conference in London, take part in our annual ethics debate against Manchester medical school (and continue our winning streak!) and come to talks that the BM(Yay!) organises throughout the year. If you'd like to raise anything with the BMA or would like more info, please feel free to contact me anytime on s.k.dolan@liv.ac.uk-always happy to help! X
 


business@lmssonline.co.uk

The Business Secretary
Mark Williams

Hello new freshers! My name is Mark and I’m gonna be your LMSS Business Rep during your first year! This means I can get you any LMSS merchandise you want and I’ll be in charge of the online shop for all the great event tickets you need! I’m gonna work hard this year to make sure you get as much out of your LMSS memberships as possible and bring new merchandise to the table like LMSS pint glasses! (why has this never been done before??). Well done for getting into med school and into the best city ever to spend your 5 years of Uni/studying/buying merchandise off me. Anyway, not much to say other than buy loads of stuff off me and I’ll deffo be your mate – now go and read everyone elses cringey bio, SEE YOU IN SEPTEMBER! - ON BUS TOUR! – WITH ALL THE COOL STUFF YOU’VE BOUGHT IN ADVANCE FROM LMSSONLINE.CO.UK!

 

charities@lmssonline.co.uk
The Charities Secretaries 
Charlie Hextall & Oscar Edginton 

Hello All,

First off, congratulations from both of us for smashing your exams and getting into an ace university!

We are Oscar and Charlie, your Charity Reps!

Once again, the LMSS will be supporting Claire House, an amazing children’s hospice on the Wirral which is very close to everyone in the societies hearts and Wirral HeartBeat, a cardiac rehabilitation centre as our second charity. This year, it’s our goal to raise more than the previous year, which is going to be a challenge as Maddie and Alex raised over £21,000 and we are going to need your help to do this!

Over the course of the year, we will be putting on loads of events from the classic raffles at the all the balls to the Charity Talent Auction (A personal favourite of Charlie’s). In conjunction with this, we will be creating a charity committee, with a rep from each year, so if you want to get involved, please give us a shout on charities@lmssonline.co.uk or via Facebook at LMSS Charities. Be sure to drop us a like to stay in touch with all the events we will be running.

We are also very proud to let you know we are going to be running a national three peaks challenge in September as our first big fundraiser in which we will be attempting to climb Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon all in 24 hours, so if you want to get involved, don’t hesitate.

We both had the best time at Liverpool as Freshers last year and the society was a big part of that! Some of our best nights were at LMSS charity events and we can’t wait to create some of our own for you guys. Our advice is don’t be shy and get involved!

Looking forward to seeing you guys at the Freshers fair on the 21st and when you see us on BUS TOUR please come and say Hi!

Lots of charity love,

Oscar and Charlie

 

alumni@lmssonline.co.uk
The History and Alumni Secretary
Josh Callon

Hello everyone. My name is Josh, I’m in 4th year and this year I’m the LMSS History and Alumni Secretary. My primary role is to be the liaison between the society and the alumni (those who’ve graduated). This involves informing them of all the different things that the society is up to, involving them in our activities (balls, dinners, shows, meetings etc), acquiring donations and organising an alumni ball. You’ll be surprised just how many doctors, some now eminent professionals from around the world, are keen to get involved with the society and who are interested in current medical students in Liverpool. My other role also involves looking after the archives of the society (143 years’ worth!) and to protect our long history which for so long has been at the heart of Liverpool medical students’ lives. Give me a shout if you want any more information about the society or our alumni, or if you just want to have a chat! Looking forward to meeting you all. Josh.

 

house@lmssonline.co.uk
The House Secretaries
 Maddie Boyers & Steph Cheetham

Hellooo Freshers!!! Welcome to Liverpool and welcome to the LMSS. 
We're Steph and Maddie, your House Secretaries this coming year, and it is our role to fill your tummies at our regular Ordinary (or not so ordinary) Meetings. At each meeting, we will provide a hearty plate of food for everyone who comes down, not only will this be delicious (fingers crossed) but will be FREE for all you wonderful people. 
As well as cooking food, we both want to be here for you all as you start this new chapter in your lives and we want to help you settle in as quickly as possible. If you have any questions feel free to ask either of us, either on LMSS or life in general! We'll be helping and getting stuck into all of the events this coming year and we hope you will too. 

SEE YOU ALL SOON, Steph and Maddie x

 

ladiesdinner@lmssonline.co.uk
The Ladies Dinner Secretary
Anna Griffin

Hey guys! My name is Anna and I have the amazing privilege of being your Ladies Dinner Secretary this year. Ladies dinner is one of the most highly anticipated events in the LMSS calendar each year. I’m now in 4th year and have attended this event every year along with hundreds of others and still look forward to it just as much each time. The night will be taking on a ‘Narnia’ theme this year, where you will step through the wardrobe to a magical winter wonderland.  

 

Keep the 3rd of November free, as this is not to be missed.  You’re going to be treated to a champagne reception, lavish three-course meal with wine/soft drink, winter gifts and a host of cheeky entertainment… The night will continue with some questionable dancing before the boys join us after their annual pub crawl! This year Ladies Dinner will be supporting ‘The Malala Fund’ – working for a world where every girl can learn and lead without fear.

 

2 weeks later and the roles will be reversed as the girls will hit the town for their annual bar crawl before crashing the Annual Men’s Dinner. 

 

So get hunting for your outfit girls, and don’t be shy! If you have any questions at all regarding the event or anything else then don’t hesitate to message me on Facebook. GET EXCITED, can’t wait to see you all there,

 

LMSS LOVE,

Anna xx

 


publications@lmssonline.co.uk
The Publications Secretary
Natalie Henry

Hello Freshers! I’m Natalie and I’ll be your Publications sec this year! Firstly I want to say a big big welcome to Liverpool, you’re going to have the best 5 years so start getting excited! I wish I was in your shoes getting to do it all again. The LMSS (Liverpool Medical Students Society) are here to make your time at university as fun and enjoyable as possible! SO whether you fancy trying a new sport, becoming an actor/actress, or be part of an academic society, we’ve got it covered!
As well as writing the freshers guide for you, I will also be in charge of editing the termly medical student magazine, SPHINCTER! SPHINCTER has been going since 1937, and we’re pretty proud of it. So any budding writers/illustrators/photographers/generally clever craft folk keep your eyes out because I’m always after contributers!
Hopefully this freshers guide will help you prepare for the big move to Liverpool, and make things feels a little more at home when you get here. I know moving to university can be a little daunting at first, so we’re all here to help if you need any of us!
Can’t wait to meet you all! xxx

 

sports@lmssonline.co.uk
The Sports Secretary 
Ben Cottam

Hi everyone, I’m Ben this years’ Sports’ Representative for the LMSS!

Joining a sports team is not only great fun. It is also a great way to make friends, and get help from older years. We have a wide variety of sports teams suitable for both beginners and top level players so get involved and look out for them at the Freshers Fair and on the facebook pages! If you have any questions or want to find a team feel free to give me a message!

Many of our teams play in both local leagues and compete against other Medical Schools. With many having many successes over the past few years – our Football teams regularly finish top of the university Sunday league, and won the National Association of Medical Schools (NAMS) cup in 2015 and were finalists in 2016. Our rugby team being champions of the NAMS plate in 2016 and 2017, respectively. Hockey winning the NAMS Shield in 2016 and Netball also regularly progressing to the late stages of the NAMS cup. Throughout the year I’ll keep you updated with the results from the various sports teams and any upcoming events from them.

Also be sure to save a date in your diary when it comes for AU night – one of the best socials of the year where each sports team will dress up and go for a great night out on the town! Be sure to get yourselves down!

 
social@lmssonline.co.uk
 The Social Secretaries 
Ellie Briegal and Jess Duffy

Hi guys! We're Ellie and Jess, your social secretaries for this year! The LMSS is an amazing society providing the best opportunities to make friends from all year groups and create lasting memories. Our role is to organise social events suitable for everyone, such as bar crawls after Ordinary Meetings, Welcome Back Parties which are a great way to catch up with pals after the holidays and even an LMSS curry night! The LMSS help to make this incredible city feel like home so don't be shy and get involved, starting with BUS TOUR, an unforgettable (well, not for all) night! Looking forward to meeting you all at freshers fair in September
Get excited, 
Ellie and Jess x 

 

webmaster@lmssonline.co.uk
The Webmaster 
Paddy Broadley

Alright freshers! I’m Paddy and I’ll be webmaster for the coming year. My job is to look after the website (www.lmssonline.co.uk), as well as run the LMSS Twitter and Instagram accounts (follow us @LMSSOnline for both).

The site is a hub for all students, whether you’re looking to buy tickets for the incredible upcoming events, buy that LMSS hoodie you’ve always wanted or get a bit of a guidance with revision.

The social media is there to keep students up to date on all the goings on in the society, whether that be social, sports or revision!

If there’s anything you want putting on the website don’t be shy and drop me a line on facebook or find me at the class weekly socials!

The LMSS is the greatest society in the world so DON’T BE SHY, get involved and I’ll see you all on Thursdays!

Muchos love,

Paddy xxx


 

welfare@lmssonline.co.uk
 The Welfare and Diversity Secretary 
Camilla Williamson

Hello everyone! I'm Camilla and I'm in 5th year. 

I will be your LMSS Welfare and Diversity Secretary this year. "What does that mean?" I hear you say.... Well, I am here to look after your social, emotional and cultural needs and ensure you are well supported. I am here to help all medical students whether it be a chat over a coffee, a shoulder to cry on, or to point you in the right direction if you need further support. This year we are going to be supporting the BMA's campaign 'Know Mental Health' to raise awareness of mental health issues that may affect medical students. 

Additionally, I will be celebrating the success and achievements of our lovely members at our ordinary meetings (the first being your amazing success of getting into Medical School!). 


On top of all of this, we will be allocating you a mentor from an older year to guide you through your studies. The infamous Mentor-Mentee night will be on Thursday 28th September - you don't want to miss this! 

You can contact me on the email welfare@lmssonline.co.uk, drop me a message on Facebook or say hi if you see me around! And of course, everything discussed will be confidential. I can not wait to meet you all, you are about to embark on the best year of your life, enjoy every second! Xxxx 

  The Year 1 MBChB Representatives 
 
 The Year 2 MBChB Representatives
Joe Clarkson and Lauren Battey
Hi everyone! We’re Lauren and Joe and we’re the 2nd year reps for 2016-2017! 

This means that it’s our job to help organise revision lectures and weekends, help to organise our years performance in Snowcase and make sure 2nd year get their voice heard on the committee! On top of this, we’re hoping to organise a social specifically for the second years! We’re both really passionate about the LMSS and love getting involved in everything they do. We’re really excited to be taking on this role this year, so any queries or suggestions you may have don’t hesitate to get in touch with us! 

We’ll be at all the ordinary meetings and LMSS socials so we’ll see you there! 

Lots of LMSS love

Lauren and Joe 

xxx

 
 The Year 3 MBChB Representatives
Josh Callon and Anna Griffin
Hi guys! We’re Anna and Josh and we’ve been lucky enough to be voted in to be this years 3rd year reps for the LMSS. Our role is to ensure all 3rd years have the best year possible and ranges from us organising cracking year socials, to providing helpful revision weekends.


Another task we take on is organising the Midcourse ball to celebrate us all reaching the halfway point to becoming a Doctor. And we will be trying our best to lead the 3rd years to a victory at this years Smoker.


Feel free to approach us at any time and we’ll always be happy to help,


Much love 

 
 The Year 4 MBChB Representatives 
Mark Williams and Charlotte King
We're Charlotte & Mark and we are super excited to be the LMSS 4th Year Reps for this Academic Year!
That means we'll be taking on specialities rotations, finals, locas and all that Jazz but we get to celebrate by hosting the POST-FINALS BOAT PARTY before jetting off on elective - not so bad after all!
Preparing for finals means we are currently the smartest students on the block (obvs..) so if we didn't already meet you on BUS TOUR then we would love to meet you at all of the great LMSS events and could help you out with any questions!
Good luck and have a ball!

Charlotte and Mark X

 
 The Year 5 MBChB Representatives 
Chloe Barnes and Kyle Millar
Hey, we're Chloe and Kyle. We're the 5th year reps for 2016/17. Our Job is to look after the 5th Years, help organise our years Snowcase and throw a sophisticated going away Ball for our Graduating peers. Yes, we are the king & queen of 5th year but that's not to say that we won't help people from outside 5th year. So if you have any questions or problems, 5th year or not, don't ever hesitate to ask away!
 

academic@lmssonline.co.uk
The Academic Secretary
Alex Parker

Congratulations! You’ve done it! You are now a Liverpool Medical Student and oh my, are you going to have some fun over the next few years…

However, as much as you are going to enjoy this first year of uni, you do still have the unavoidable task of having to pass those pesky exams at the end of the year.

That’s where I hope I can help, my name is Alex and I am the medical school’s Academic Rep. Don’t hesitate to contact me if you are struggling with your work or there are parts of the course you’re worried about. I am here to support you in all aspects of your academic life. I will be having meetings with faculty to make sure any worries you may have are being addressed. We will be putting on extra seminars and workshops to help with any trickier topics as well as organising revision weekends to help you prepare for your exams at the end of the year.

I’m really looking forward to meeting you all!

Alex Parker

  
  
  
  
  


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