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Student Area

We aim to support your future career in occupational health.

As a SOM student member, you have access to:

Also, join our social community and interact with other SOM members and students at:

  • @SOMNews on Twitter to stay up to date with news, events, job opportunities and resources. We’ll retweet you if you need study tips and congratulate you on your successes!
  • SOM on LinkedIn - highlight that you’re working towards a professional qualification!
  • SOM on Facebook

We may be able to facilitate work placements or work shadowing - please contact us for more information.

We offer free online access to our Occupational Medicine journal website – which includes a wide range of articles and e-leaning. We are also planning to establish a new student advisory group to explore what else we can offer – for more information e mail

Contact if you have any other queries.


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