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Duke Elder Examination Revision Series

9th Mar 2024
9:00am - 5:00pm (GMT)
9th - 24th Mar 2024
9:00am - 5:00pm (GMT)
£0 - £5.00 (GBP)
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The Aberdeen University Ophthalmology Society is back with another teaching event. This time, we will cover materials relevant to the Duke Elder Prize Examination which will be held on 18 September 2024.

We are aware of the limited exposure to the specialty that medical students have and we want to help support more of yous who are interested in taking this exam.

Our fantastic ophthalmology registrars will facilitate this event and covers all the materials relevant for the exam to help support your learning!

The first part of this revision series will be held over 2 weekends from 9am-5pm:

  • Saturday, 9 March 2024
  • Sunday, 10 March 2024
  • Saturday, 23 March 2024
  • Sunday, 24 March 2024

For this even we will be charging a small fee:

  • £5.00 for 4 days of teaching as above!
  • you will receive a certificate and recording of the event to be watched at a later date!

Summary

Join Aberdeen University Ophthalmology Society's Duke Elder Preparation Series, a comprehensive teaching event designed to help medical students successfully prepare for the Duke Elder Prize Examination on September 18, 2024. Recognizing the limited exposure students often have in this specialty, our expert ophthalmology registrars will cover all exam-relevant material across two weekends in March. For just £5.00, participants will receive four full days of teaching, a certificate, and a recording of the event for future review. Secure your spot today and boost your chances of acing this crucial exam!

Learning objectives

1. To gain a comprehensive understanding of the topics included in the Duke Elder Prize Examination, thereby enabling participants to effectively prepare for the test. 2. Develop a practical knowledge of key ophthalmology principles and concepts, with a specific focus on those areas most likely to appear in the exam. 3. Enhance diagnostic and problem-solving skills in the field of ophthalmology through interactive discussions and revision activities. 4. Strengthen participants' ability to apply theoretical knowledge of ophthalmology to hypothetical clinical scenarios, improving their clinical reasoning and decision-making skills.
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9th - 24th Mar 2024
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Attendance certificate available
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