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Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running4
Available position1
Total ballots53
Valid votes53
Invalid votes0


Round Simon Rey Emma Lloyd Massimiliano Fornasiero RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 14.00 22.00 17.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 26.50
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 26.50. No candidates have surplus votes so candidates will be eliminated and their votes transferred for the next round.
2 30.00 20.00 3.00 5.00 25.00
All losing candidates are eliminated. Count after substage 1 of 1 of eliminating Simon Rey and RON (Re-Open Nominations). Transferred votes with value 1.00. Since no candidate has been elected, the quota is reduced to 25.00. Candidate Emma Lloyd has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Emma Lloyd.

Number of vacancies: 1


Simon Rey
Hi, my name is Simon and I’m currently in 3rd year.

I believe that to be a successful Anatomy Tutorials Director you need to be highly organised, proactive and most importantly, creative. Below I have highlighted what I believe demonstrates my suitability for this role:

- I have lots of experience in organising teaching; this year in collaboration with Imperial and Birmingham I co-ordinated a national meeting. This involved coordinating training/workshops designed for a large student and trainee group. I’m also currently acting as education officer for RUMS RFC and have worked alongside RUMS FC to co-create and deliver a series of tutorials.
- As an anatomy tutor for SurgSoc I have first-hand experience of delivering the slides, from this I have gaged what works well and equally what could be altered to improve the student learning experience.

As Anatomy Tutorials Director I would:
- Continue Hadiya’s great work in creating tutorials that take an OCAPE-style approach by adding a clinical anatomy tutorial on the pelvis and perineum. I would also add content to existing tutorials reviewing the anatomy of core conditions as outlined in the pre-clinical curriculum.
- Continue to expand the YouTube channel by creating a new revision resource consisting of a series of videos utilising 3D modelling to recap abdomen, thorax and MMB anatomy.
- Build on the ‘Top Tips for Learning Anatomy’ initiative by creating a top tips document with a master list of acronyms.
Massimiliano Fornasiero
I am running for Anatomy Tutorial Director because I thoroughly enjoy learning anatomy and would like to help others have the same experience.

I have experience of teaching through offering numerous tutorials to second-year students both as part of a tutorial programme and independently.

I have recently learned what medical students want from tutorials through sending a survey on behalf of the Anatomy Society and would like to put this to good use to deliver the most informative and effective tutorials possible.

I have really enjoyed my time on Anatomy Society Committee this year and would work as much as possible to build on its unwavering success from this year.

If I were elected I would like to:
-Make an online platform for practice SBAs and quick video tutorials. Online learning has become increasingly important and I would like to develop resources with this in mind.
-Work closely with the faculty to organise a mock OCAPE-style exam to prepare students for answering anatomy questions in the way required by the new exam format.
-Prepare more revision resources needed for students to review closer to exam time
-Develop tutorials for small groups of students in line with the curriculum for all year groups with further summary tutorials around exams
-Hold as many in-person sessions as possible to create an engaging atmosphere for learning with plenty of opportunities for questions and discussion surrounding anatomy learning as a whole.

Emma Lloyd
My name is Em and I’m currently in Y3. I’m running for the position of Tutorial Director because I have really loved my role as a tutor for Anatomy Soc this year, and want to continue to support this fantastic teaching programme!

As the Communications Officer for UCL Bioethics, I have built my skills in planning and delivering engaging events, as well as managing external correspondence and publicising opportunities. Furthermore, my current position as an Anatomy Mentor with UCL SurgSoc has given me excellent experience of creating teaching resources and running engaging tutorial sessions, whilst my role as the Deputy Lead for the Be The Change QI Initiative has allowed me to build strong organisation and time management skills. These skills make me ideally suited to this role, but more importantly, I’m genuinely passionate about delivering anatomy teaching in engaging and interactive ways, and promise to deliver a great programme of tutorials and revision lectures for the coming year!

Thank you for reading my statement, and please vote for me as Anatomy Society’s Tutorial Director!