School Representative – Medicine

Hannah Curley I’m Hannah, a current fourth year and last year I intercalated in Critical Care and Peri-Operative Medicine. I understand the different challenges that each year of medical school offers and feel confident in accurately representing all students, regardless of their stage of education. I have held numerous roles throughout University. In first and […]

Hannah Curley

photoI’m Hannah, a current fourth year and last year I intercalated in Critical Care and Peri-Operative Medicine. I understand the different challenges that each year of medical school offers and feel confident in accurately representing all students, regardless of their stage of education.

I have held numerous roles throughout University. In first and second year I was the Glasgow BMA representative, representing medical students both locally and nationally and was involved in successfully lobbying the medical school to reimburse Inverclyde travel expenses.

For the last year I have sat on the SRC Council as Sexual Orientation Equality Officer. As an active member of council I have ran my own campaigns as well as contributing to SRC projects. I have organised on-campus HIV testing, the first transgender flag raising in Scotland, and I’m in the process of conducting a review of LGBTQ+ students experiences at Glasgow.

My year on council has given me invaluable insight into the resources available to students and council members. I want to use this experience to represent the views of medics with the school, improve communication between the school and student, and campaign on key issues such as travel expenses and welfare support.