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STEER Research Collaborative 20th Journal Club (Virtual)

28th Feb 2024
7:00 - 8:30pm (GMT)
28th Feb 2024
7:00 - 8:30pm (GMT)
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This session of the STEER Journal Club is geared specifically for medical professionals and those preparing for their Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS). Come join us for a critical appraisal of a randomised controlled trial, overview of landmark upper GI trials, and get some tip and tricks on passing the FRCS viva.

We are honoured to be joined by our extremely experienced speakers - Mr Bhaskar Kumar (Upper GI Consultant Surgeon at NNUH and author of FRCS: Companion Cases for the Intercollegiate Exam in General Surgery) and Mr Alex Loh (Upper GI ST8 Trainee at L&D)

Summary

Join the 20th STEER Journal Club session for a comprehensive exploration of a randomised controlled trial and an overview of landmark upper GI trials. This is an excellent opportunity for medical professionals and those studying for the FRCS, offering tips and tricks for passing the FRCS viva. Get the chance to interact with esteemed speakers, Mr Bhaskar Kumar, an Upper GI Consultant Surgeon, and author, along with Mr Alex Loh, an Upper GI ST8 Trainee. Don't miss out on this enriching and informative session!
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Learning objectives

1. To enhance understanding of the randomised controlled trial process, including the key elements, selection and analysis of data, outcome measures, and the principles of critical appraisal. 2. To gain comprehensive knowledge of key landmark upper GI trials in order to stay abreast with the latest developments and findings for improved patient care. 3. To develop the ability to critically review, interpret, and apply findings from medical research articles, especially those related to upper GI conditions, in daily clinical practice, hence promoting evidence-based medicine. 4. To cultivate strategies and techniques for successfully passing the FRCS viva by learning from experienced professionals, specifically focusing on areas like oral defense, argument construction, and stress management. 5. To encourage interactions among participants and with experts through an open forum, fostering a learning environment wherein participants can exchange insights, clarify doubts, and engage in meaningful dialogue about GI surgeries.
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28th Feb 2024
7:00 - 8:30pm (GMT)
Hosted on MedAll
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