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Are you an undergraduate who’s keen on sport & exercise medicine? Liam West offers advice.

Are you an undergraduate who’s keen on sport & exercise medicine? Liam West offers advice.

Liam West, a medical student at University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff and passionate student of sport & exercise medicine, talks to Karim Khan about the barriers to developing a career path in sports and exercise medicine. He shares a successful approach to carving out a path while also coping with the rigid obligations of medical school. Liam also coordinates a blog series for the BJSM on the undergrad’s perspective, and has helped set up a national network for undergraduate students who will be the future doctors in SEM called USEMS (Undergraduate Sports & Exercise Medicine Society).0.49 - Getting into SEM3.10 - Barriers to starting your career6.00 - Overcoming the obstacles8.15 - Undergrad SEM societies10.41 - Take home messagesSee alsoOriginal article Physical activity education in the undergraduate curricula of all UK medical schools. Are tomorrow’s doctors equipped to follow clinical guidelines? http://bit.ly/PARRhnReview: Investments that work for physical activity. http://bit

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