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A Successful Evening with Professor Harold Ellis

With our series of lectures well under way with regular teaches occurring every week, we just wanted to take a […]
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Adrenal Gland Pathologies

4th year medical student Jonathan Carter introduces his teach on adrenal gland pathologies.  This teach is aimed at 2nd and […]
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Haematological malignancies: Acute & Chronic Leukaemias

Fourth year Benjamin Smeeton presents a case-based lecture on acute and chronic leukaemias. Absolutely ideal for AMK.
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Haemolytic Anaemias

4th year student Samuel Belete introduces a teach covering everything you need to know about the Haemolytic Anaemias. Aimed predominantly […]
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ECG Interpretation

4th year student David Kuan will be providing a teach covering ECG interpretation. Perfect for the upcoming competency!
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Ophthalmology series part four – Chronic opthalmic conditions

In the final session of our four-part ophthalmology series, Mr Michael Blundell (SpR Ophthalmology) covers the topic of chronic opthalmic conditions.

An evening with Professor Harold Ellis

Exeter Surgical Society Proudly Presents '65 Years of the NHS: An Old Surgeon Looks Back' with Professor Harold Ellis CBE […]
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Medical emergencies in haematology

Local haematology expert and fourth year Johnathan Pascoe presents "Medical emergencies in Haematology"; ideal AMK revision for all years. To book please email: john.pascoe@students.pcmd.ac.uk.
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Common Causes of Hearing Loss

Fourth year medical student Kirsten Herregods introduces a teach on the common causes of hearing loss.  This teach will be […]
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Common causes of hearing loss

Fourth year Kirsten Herregods presents a teach on the common causes of hearing loss.
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Haematological malignancies – Part one

Fourth year Benjamin Smeeton presents a two-part series on haematological malignancies. In this first instalment we will be covering the topics of haematopoiesis, acute / chronic leukaemias, the myeloproliferative disorders and multiple myeloma. Pre-reading material will be sent out to those attending. Whilst the teach will predominantly be aimed at second and third years, first years are also welcome to attend.
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PsychoNeuro Pharmacology of recreational drugs

Fourth year medical student Daniel Halls presents the pharmacology of recreational drugs.
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All a medical student needs to know about skin cancer

Fourth year medical student Hannah Stowe will be covering everything you need to know about skin cancer. This teach will […]
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An ABC of ENT: The Ear

Fourth year medical student Charlie Wade presents the first in a series of ENT teaches covering the anatomy and common clinical conditions related to the ear. Third year students only please.
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An introduction to Ophthalmology – second year teach

Fourth year medical student Alex Gall delivers an introduction to ophthalmology, including the relevant anatomy and common clinical conditions. <br> […]
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Endocrinology for second years

Fourth year medical student Rachael Marsh will be presenting a one hour endocrinology teach aimed at year two students, mainly […]
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Neck Lumps – second year teach

Fourth year students John Pascoe presents a one hour teach on the differentials of neck lumps. This is AMK gold. […]
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Anatomy of the liver, pancreas and portal system and discussion of surgical conditions

Anatomy of the liver, pancreas and portal system with surgical discussion of upper GI haemorrhage and pancreatitis, by the much acclaimed Mr. Antonio Manzelli (Consultant Upper GI Surgeon).
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Anatomy of the stomach & duodenum and common clinical conditions

Mr. James Brewer (UGI research Fellow) will be covering the topic of stomach & duodenal anatomy and common clinical conditions.
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Oesophageal anatomy and common clinical conditions

A lecture on oesophageal anatomy and common clinical conditions by the much acclaimed Mr Wajed (Cons Upper GI Surgeon).
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Ophthalmology series part three – Opthalmic emergencies

In the third session of our four-part ophthalmology series, Mr Michael Blundell (SpR Ophthalmology) covers the topic of opthalmic emergencies.
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The basics of anaesthesia

An introduction to the basics of anaesthesia by Dr David Hutchins (SpR Anaesthetics). Kindly organised by Chris Acott (Year 4).
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DAT – Common sports injuries

A micro-teach by our very own Abhinav Singh covering lower limb anatomy and common sporting injuries. Aimed at pre-clinical years.
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Ophthalmology series part two – Gradual visual loss and chronic conditions

In the second session of our four-part ophthalmology series, Mr Michael Blundell (SpR Ophthalmology) covers the topic of gradual visual loss and chronic eye conditions.
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Introduction to AMK and basic clinical anatomy (1st years only)

An introduction to AMK and basic clinical anatomy by Benjamin Smeeton and Alexander Gall (4th years).
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Ophthalmology series part one – Ocular anatomy

In the first session of our four-part ophthalmology series, Mr Michael Blundell (SpR Ophthalmology) covers the topic of ocular anatomy.
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Clinical microbiology

A lecture on the subject of clinical microbiology by the highly regarded Dr Marina Morgan (Consultant Microbiologist - RD&E).
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Interpreting chest & abdominal radiographs

The inaugural lecture of the Exeter Surgical Society provided by the much acclaimed Mr Jamie Dunn (SpR Urology).