This is a half-day high-yield overview of ear disease, presented by passionate teacher and ear, nose, sinus, and throat surgeon Dr Ronald Chin. Common presentations seen in the hospital and clinics will be discussed, and a problem solving-approach will be applied to help students (and future interns…) navigate the complexities of ENT.
This lecture series is tailored for Stage 3 students preparing for upcoming surgical exams and to Stage 1 and 2 students who wish to fill crucial gaps in knowledge. Topics have been selected directly from the ENT Surgery Core Curriculum, covering clinical issues from infections to foreign bodies to vertigo to ear emergencies. The lectures will be of significant benefit to students wanting to consolidate anatomical, physiological, and clinical teaching in preparation of the end of year barrier exams.
Dr Chin has compiled this lecture series in order to complement ENT teaching in the medical program. He draws on his extensive experience as an ENT Surgeon at Nepean Hospital and his subspecialty training in head and neck cancer.
Saturday August 22, 2015, 8 am to 12 pm
Venue: New Law Lecture Theatre 106
Registration: please RSVP on the form below.
This is a one-day intensive review of general surgery for final year medical students hosted by Dr. Gary Sharp, general surgery registrar. The program will include a comprehensive review of general surgery with focus on gastrointestinal surgical presentations and is tailored to final year medicine exams.
This session will be valuable for stage 3, years 3 and 4 written surgery exams and long cases. Junior students are also welcome, but stage 3 students will be given preference.
*Registration has now closed for this event.*
Saturday July 25th, 8AM to 5PM
KPEC auditorium at RPAH
Slides from the day are available here