Glasgow University Emergency Society is a student run medical society that was formed in 2011 by ambitious students from several year groups. Since then we’ve ran the National Undergraduate Emergency conference each Autumn, organised various other talks and clinical sessions throughout the year.

Kicking off with the blockbuster National Undergraduate Emergency Medicine Conference (NUEC) in October the same year, the society continues to thrive hosting ever more popular conferences year upon year.

Our aims:

  • To advance undergraduate medical students’ clinical knowledge and skills in the field of emergency medicine, in related fields, and in managing common emergencies which present in other clinical settings
  • To advance undergraduate medical students’ clinical knowledge and skills in the field of emergency medicine, in related fields, and in managing common emergencies which present in other clinical settings.
  • To hold events such as lectures, workshops, tutorials and other external events in hospitals
  • Organise an annual national undergraduate conference to give students the opportunity to learn more about Emergency Medicine