Isabelle Legood is a final year medical student at St George’s University of London. She has completed a BSc in human anatomy, which fostered an interest within the fields of general and orthopaedic surgery.
She has carried out research evaluating Patient Reported Outcome Measures, mainly Quality of Life, in women with Stress Urinary Incontinence. She has also undertaken projects assessing tourniquet use in paediatric orthopaedics, and evaluating follow up imaging in patients post hemiarthroplasty.
She has a keen interest in medical education and is involved with the peer tutoring scheme, teaching younger undergraduate medical students’ clinical skills. She has also acted as a student assessor for Multiple Mini interviews (MMIs) for entry to medical school at St George’s University of London.
She was one of the captains for United Hospitals Boat Club, overseeing and planning races and socials for rowers at medicals schools pan London. Currently she sits on the university Trauma and Orthopaedic society and is helping to create anatomy specific teaching for medical students.