RUMS Review

Current issue

Our current October issue can be downloaded in PDF here: bit.ly/1NuihO6

About

RUMS Review is a termly publication- which as the name suggests, retrospectively acknowledges, celebrates and evaluates UCL medical schools current affairs. We endeavour to inform, inspire and intrigue you by providing the platform to explore what matters to you. Top alumni interviews, in depth looks into UCL’s most exciting medical research, topical debates and discussions, tips and advice, raising issues, creative writing, book reviews and an extensive sports and societies round up are to name but a few of the features to cover our wide spectrum of contents.

The magazine is produced by an editorial team composed entirely of students, and we actively encourage anyone who is interested to get involved. Do you have a particular interest or view point? Are you interested in writing, medical journalism or editing? Do you have an issue to raise or a unique experience to share? The RUMS Review team would like to know.

Articles

News

RUMS Review is now Recruiting!

Having received some fantastic feedback, we are now starting the process of creating our second edition (due to be published on the 12th of January). We need more enthusiastic and innovative medical students to join the team and continue to help evolve, establish and tailor the magazine to the interests of our readers; creating a highly anticipated second edition.

Becoming a part of RUMS Review is a fantastic opportunity to involve yourself in medical school life, whilst also developing many useful and highly transferable skills. Additionally, the magazine is received by all medical students, staff and over 4500 alumni – providing a fantastic opportunity to raise the profile of topics which matter to you.

If you are interested, then please find below the list of roles available. No previous experience is required, however we do ask that you provide an example of why you would be good for the role and any ideas you may have if you were chief editor of the section. Please send in an application via email (rums-review@ucl.ac.uk), stating clearly in the subject title which role you are applying for. The deadline for applications is the 8th of November.

    Social Media Manager

    We are looking for a creative student to help maintain and further establish our social media pages, in order to promote the magazine and keep our readers up to date on any developments.

    Advertising and Distribution Manager

    We need a student to raise awareness of RUMS Review and make sure that all students have access to the magazine. This will be achieved through effective advertising and distribution to all sites regularly attended by medical students.

    Research Editor

    We are looking for one more student, with a keen interest in medical research, to join our research editorial team. Tasks include editing and sourcing articles.

    Alumnus Interview Editors

    We need 2 more students to join our alumnus interview editing team. Team members will be involved in formulating, performing and editing an interview with one of UCL Medical Schools top alumni.

    Articles Editor

    Looking for an innovative and creative medical student, with a broad perspective of medical topics, to join our articles team. This role will involve sourcing, selecting and editing articles.

    Comment and Correspondence Editors

    We need 2 more students to help direct and edit our comment and correspondence section.

    Welfare Editor

    Our welfare team is looking for one more student to help edit and source welfare articles.

    Sports and Societies Editor

    Looking for one more student, ideally someone with a good knowledge of RUMS sports and societies, to join the sports and societies editorial team. This role will involve editing and sourcing articles.

    Events Review Editor

    This is a new role which has been created for the second edition and involves sourcing and editing reviews on the most popular medical events within UCL and London.

Contact

The magazine is produced by an editorial team composed entirely of students, and we actively encourage anyone who is interested to get involved. Do you have a particular interest or view point? Are you interested in writing, medical journalism or editing? Do you have an issue to raise or a unique experience to share? The RUMS Review team would like to know.

For all enquiries, please email us at rums-review@ucl.ac.uk