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Introduction

The main aid to monitoring student progress is the formal supervision, (see section 2 and Log), but more complete assessments occur through the ‘milestones’ such as the literature review, and particularly through the annual assessments, as outlined below.  In compiling this guidance the Graduate Education Committee has deliberately avoided the use of the word “examination” to describe these assessments.  Assessment of student progress is necessary to detect students who are unsuitable to continue, but the assessments should also function as a forum for discussion of the design, direction and progress of the project, and a focus for offering strategic advice and help to the student (and sometimes the supervisor).

Congratulations

Mike Herrtage and Julie Sales completed their 250-mile cycle ride from London to Paris raising money for CAMVET. They have raised more than £6500 so far, which will gotowards equipping the new Clinical Skills Lab. The hardest part was the 17% ascent of Bexley Hill, the best part was cycling down the Champs Elysees despite Julie doing this with her fifth puncture!

Research into the control of CTVT

Dr Elizabeth Murchison and Andrea Strakova publishes their latest research into the control of CTVT.

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