Aesculapius

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Aesculapius is the central part of the Sands Cox Charity.

 

It is produced annually and distributed in July each year to all members. This much appreciated high quality colourful journal provides a wide range of articles and information about alumni and their progress and interests. Articles include updates on the activities of alumni, their reunions, the history of the medical and dental schools along with that of leading characters of the past and present.

 

As well as providing lines of communication between members it gives information about the College, its students, its research and its hospitals.

 

On a broader front it also allows alumni to indulge in presenting work on their hobbies such photography, firework making, mountain climbing and many other subjects of general interest.  The 2014 Aesculapius can be accessed below.

 

Those students who have been awarded Sands Cox Charity Elective Bursaries have their elective reports published each year : these  underline the vitality and enthusiasm of those following behind us in their medical training.

 

Whilst providing updates on student year group.reunions it also has the responsibility to inform members of obituaries and gives detailed information about major characters in our training

 

From 2016 a newsletter will be sent to all members updating them throughout the year of important College news and especially act as a conduit of information about planned reunions.

 

The journal itself remains the flagship of the Charity and allows us all to keep in touch, update us on our alma mater and most importantly to support and encourage the young doctors in training

Aesculapius Journal 2017

Aesculapius Journal 2014

© 2017 by Sands Cox Charity.

Designed and Developed by Ruth West