Research & Impact
The GKT School of Medical Education’s Class of 2016 graduated in July, marking the end of another great year for the School. Graduating students passed on their own thanks to all colleagues who supported them throughout their time at King’s. You can watch the video montage of a few of their messages of thanks below.
Passing on his personal thanks, Professor Stuart Carney, Dean of Medical Education said: 'Thanks to all our staff for their contributions to our MBBS programme and the role they played in helping 361 of our students become doctors this year. The success of our students owes much to you. As we all know, medical education is not just about the passing on of knowledge and skills, but the nurturing of the the next generation of compassionate team-players, who are committed to making a difference.'
We wish our graduates and doctors all the best with their endeavours.
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