Her qualifications include a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Flinders University of South Australia, Mr Davis said.
What does BMed stand for?
BMed stands for Bachelor of Medicine
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We have 2 other meanings of BMed in our Acronym Attic
- Brain Microvascular Endothelial Cell
- Brigade Main Engineer Cell
- British Marine Equipment Council (est. 1966; trade association; London, UK)
- Business Management Education Centre (UK)
- Blue Mountain Eagle Climbing Club
- Burmese Muslim Education and Community Center (Fort Wayne, IN)
- Black and Minority Ethnic Community Partnership (UK)
- Beaumont Municipal Employees Credit Union (now Beaumont Community Credit Union; Beaumont, TX)
- Boulder Municipal Employees Credit Union (Boulder, CO)
- Bachelor of Mathematics Education
- Bachelor of Music Education (various schools)
- Bilingual/Multicultural Education Department (College of Education; California State University, Sacramento; Sacramento, CA)
- Board on Manufacturing and Engineering Design (National Research Council)
- British Mediterranean Airways
- Business and Marketing Education Department
- Bachelor of Medical Biology
- Boise Metro Economic Development Council (Boise, ID)
- Bachelor of Media Studies
- Base Management Engineering Data System
- Bachelor of Medical Science
Samples in periodicals archive:
Mullighan attended medical school at the University of Adelaide, earning a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery with honors in 1993; received a Master of Science from the University of London in 1997; and earned a Doctor of Medicine from the University of Adelaide in 1998.
He was addressing as the chief guest at the 2nd Convocation of the Saidu Medical College, Swat at its premises on Saturday wherein the graduates right from Session 2005 to Session- 2010 were awarded bachelor of medicine and surgery degrees and the gold medals who have achieved distinctive positions in various disciplines and the respective academic sessions.
The university offers degrees in Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery and the Bachelor of the Art of Obstetrics.
The bachelor of medicine and bachelor of surgery (MBBS) course will be the same as that taught in Newcastle.
Dr Sharon Probert, 46, and Dr Gemma Probert, 23, from Yarm, both studied for a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) degree at Newcastle University.
He received his bachelor of medicine and bachelor of surgery (MBBS) from the Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine, University of London, and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians (FRCP) in London and Edinburgh.
She then moved to Manchester University where she graduated as a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery.