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Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running4
Available position1
Total ballots59
Valid votes59
Invalid votes0


Round Ruhi Satia Clodagh Kelly Rebecca Jaeger RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 3.00 32.00 24.00 0.00 2.50 29.50
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 29.50. Candidate Clodagh Kelly has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Clodagh Kelly.

Number of vacancies: 1


Ruhi Satia
As last years social sec, I didn't get the chance to fully enrich your RUMS netball experience like I wanted to (but nevertheless I still LOVED it). So I'm trying this from a different angle ...
For the next coming year, I would love to be able enrich your RUMS experience with rather an academic approach as your education officer.

Struggling with work in first and second year, I really think that RUMS netball, especially attending the tutorials, has really helped me when I needed it and gave me the confidence to ask all the silly questions I never could during lectures.

My main goal is for everyone to feel this reassurance and support because med can be really stressful and I think knowing that there is someone there to offer a helping hand is invaluable.

As part of RUMS netball, I have always felt like part of a family and felt supported, so I would love to spread this. Playing in the 4s and attending many socials, I've built a great rapport with many different years which will help me to collate academic resources and organise tutorials for different year groups, which I hope will be beneficial but also enjoyable!

Vote for me and I'll try and make learning as fun as possible!
Rebecca Jaeger
I have really enjoyed being a member of RUMS Netball for the last 3 years and I would love to be your Education Officer next year! I have always had such a positive experience learning from other club members, and I would like to ensure that each year group continues to feel supported by club tutorials. I believe this will be so important next year as a way to all connect with each other again. I am passionate about teaching, and have tutored online for the last 2 years, so am keen to both run tutorials and encourage others to do the same. It can sometimes be difficult to know where to start at Medical School, so I would like to introduce regular education drop-in sessions. I hope this would give younger club members the opportunity to chat to older years if they are feeling unsure about their studies. I would like to introduce similar events for 2nd years when they start thinking about their iBSc applications, and for 3rd years transitioning into clinics. It would also be great to run education sessions on topics outside of medicine, chosen by the club, and collaborate with other RUMS clubs too!
Clodagh Kelly
Hi, I’m Clodagh and I’m in 4th year…

Every year I’ve attended lots of tutorials from various societies, so I have a good idea of the types of tutorials that are most useful and as I’ve got both pre-clin and clinical experience I know what to focus on for each year group. I’d also be more than happy to organise/adapt tutorials based on what you feel would be most beneficial.

I’ve always found tutorials from older students one of the most useful ways of learning, so I’m keen to organise lots of these throughout all modules. Practice and feedback are also key for preparing for exams, so I’d arrange practice SBAs and mock OSCEs, along with revision sessions towards the end of the year.

Tips and extra resources are really useful for passing exams, so I’d like to collate these for each year group, so everyone has access to them.

Outside of medicine, I’d also like to integrate education on other topics like culture, travel, food and life skills.

Our course can be quite overwhelming, but as Education Officer I’d try my best to help you all get through your next academic year as smoothly as possible.