University of Hertfordshire
Tuesday 18 June 2019 -
17:30 to 21:00
British Council Siam Square (BTS Siam)

Interested in working in Dermatology? British Council and University of Hertfordshire are pleased to invite you to attend a special seminar on Current Development in Dermatology in the UK and Career Opportunities 

  • How Dermatology has been developed in the UK and some new innovation 
  • Studying Dermatology in the UK and professional development opportunities 
  • Graduate School of Medicine at University of Hertfordshire and the cutting edge facilities 

Who should attend? 

The University of Hertfordshire is currently recruiting suitably experienced health professionals to study the following master’s degrees commencing in either September 2019 or January 2020:

  • MSc Cardiology and Stroke 
  • MSc Clinical Dermatology 
  • MSc Clinical Skin Integrity and Wound Care 
  • MSc Medical Education 
  • MSc Medical Simulation

On the spot offers 

Interviews will be held and on-the-spot offers will be issued where possible.


17.30-18.00 Registration
18.00-19.00 Special Seminar by Madeleine Flanagan, Principal Lecturer Dermatology/Wound Management, University of Hertfordshire
19.00-19.30 Testimonials from Alumni
19.30-21.00 Interview Sessions

About the University of Hertfordshire

University of Hertfordshire is one of few UK universities offering the degrees in Clinical Dermatology. Our students benefit from state-of-the-art facilities, in particular, the Clinical Simulation Centre, which is one of the largest and most advanced in Europe. The university is rated Top 50 ‘best UK universities chosen by major employers’ for producing ready-to-work graduates in THE’s 2015 ranking and awarded ‘Gold Ranking’ in the UK Government Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) since 2018.

About the speaker

Madeleine Flanagan, Principal Lecturer Dermatology/Wound Management, University of Hertfordshire

Madeleine Flanagan has been a Wound Specialist for over 30 years in a variety of hospital and community settings and was responsible for the development of the first undergraduate wound management programmes in the UK. She is an author of textbook Wound Healing and Skin Integrity: principles and practice, which was published in 2014 and is the first of its kind to combine wound management and dermatology to provide a practical resource for managing patients with a variety of skin integrity problems.