Meducation Obs & Gynae Revision Course

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The first **FREE** Meducators Revision Course EVER!!!

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW IN OBS & GYNAE COVERED IN OUR QUESTION-BASED REVISION COURSE:

*CRACK OBS & GYNAE* – May 23rd  and May 24th 2015

Revising for exams? Trying to solidify your knowledge by reading 20 books a few weeks beforehand?? NOT a good idea – questions are key!!!

The Meducators revision courses will:

  • Teach you ALL that you need to knowthrough question-based format…

Cardiothoracic Surgery Workshop

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The ICSM surgical society would like to advertise its Cardiothoracic Surgery Workshop on the ICSM webpage. The details are as follows:

Venue: MDL1, SAF Building
Date: Saturday 28 Feb 2015
Time: 9am – 5pm
Tickets: £10, http://tinyurl.com/CTSW2015

Brompton PACES

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Brompton PACES flyer new price
NEW lower prices for 2015 BromptonPACES courses- now only £45 for six hours of high-yield learning AND a substantive handout – all provided by experienced medical SpRs with a proven track record in medical education. BOOK NOW at www.bromptonpaces.co.uk
BromptonPACES provides intensive, day-long, lecture-based revision courses aimed at final year medical undergraduates. This course was run previously from 2008-12 and was extremely popular with Imperial College students (completely sold out for four years running).

Orthopaedics Revision Course

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West Middlesex Hospital is running its annual comprehensive Orthopaedic revision course for finals. The one day course is consultant and registrar led and very exam orientated, it always receives incredibly good feedback. It will cover lectures on Orthopaedics and Trauma, Radiographs, Instruments and Examination and Viva techniques.

Date: Saturday 14th February 2015

Time: 9:00-17:00

Cost: £35 (working lunch provided)

Please see poster for more details and register online at http://www.surginet.org.uk/ortho

Please note that places are limited to 80 students.

RSM Expedition Medicine

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As doctors we learn a vast range of clinical, professional and personal skills. This course will focus on how we can utilise these skills and apply them to the wider context of expedition medicine. Expedition medicine is a diverse entity, from working overseas in remote areas and conflict zones to being a medic at a UK sporting event.

The aim of this meeting is to be inspirational, on a background of practical advice of how to get involved in expedition medicine, whether this is as a complete career choice or an interest to be maintained alongside mainstream career choices.

https://www.rsm.ac.uk/events/events-listing/2014-2015/sections/trainees-committee/trf09-opportunities-in-expedition-medicine.aspx