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October 3, 2016 - August 31, 2017
- MSc International Health Management Imperial College Business School
- Imperial College
- 03-10-2016 to 31-08-2017
Imperial College Business School MSc International Health Management This one-year programme uniquely combines business-focused teaching and cutting-edge research to provide the essential management skills to springboard you into a management career in the global healthcare sector During the programme you will study eleven taught courses providing you with a solid knowledge base in each subject area. Initially the focus is on the principles of management, moving increasingly towards a focus on healthcare. In the summer term, you will consolidate and apply your understanding of the material so far, choosing specific aspects to pursue in greater depth. The programme is paperless and uses state of the art teaching methods in order to provide students with a rich and interactive learning experience. All course materials will be delivered through a bespoke Virtual Learning Environment. Applications for October 2016 entry are now open. For further information, please see the following webpage: http://wwwf.imperial.ac.uk/business- school/programmes/msc-international-health- management/ Apply on the follow webpage: http://wwwf.imperial.ac.uk/business- school/programmes/msc-international-health- management/admissions/
February 4, 2017 - February 4, 2017
- Reforming Anatomy: The Interplay between Art and Surgery
- Institute of Contemporary Arts, London
- 04-02-2017 to 04-02-2017
Scheduled for February 4th 2017, Reforming Anatomy: The Interplay between Art & Surgery will be a multifaceted conference examining the human body through a cross disciplinary lens. Experience how surgical and artistic disciplines intertwine through a dynamic programme of keynote talks, workshops and performances. Join us as we inspire creativity in surgical practice, encourage multidisciplinary collaboration and reinstate the importance of anatomical study in contemporary art practices. Historically, the fields of anatomy and fine art have been closely intertwined. Whilst observation of the interior and exterior human form constituted a fundamental pillar of academic training, artists and surgeons worked together to create illustrated anatomical atlases which were important didactic texts for both medical and art students. Adding to this, the artisanal processes of attentive looking and recording formed the basis of empirical thought which fuelled medical innovation throughout much of the early modern period. Despite changes in both fields, this conference offers a multi-faceted platform to explore how artistic and surgical practices continue to benefit each other through promoting medical innovation and supporting a continued interest in visually exploring the human body. This will be mobilised through a programme of lectures given by leading professionals, and via practical workshops which will offer a venue for collaborative creation between artists and surgeons. As a finale, attendants are invited to the evening champagne event where we will enjoy a performance exploring bodily conditions through dance.
February 11, 2017 - February 11, 2017
- Duke Elder National Revision Day
- Sherrington Building, University of Liverpool School of Medicine, Ashton Street, L3 5PS Liverpool
- 11-02-2017 to 11-02-2017
Liverpool Ophthalmology Society is proud to present: ***DUKE ELDER NATIONAL REVISION DAY*** Aims & Objectives: - Promoting interest and improving knowledge in Ophthalmology among medical students of University of Liverpool and further afield. - Assist students in preparation for the prestigious Duke Elder Examination 2017. ____________________________________________ Background information of Duke Elder exam: The Duke Elder examination is a prestigious examination, sit by approximately 500 students in the UK. It is an annual exam and it is regarded as an assessment of high quality. Date of exam: 8 March 2017 Students who sit for the exam will be ranked throughout the country. Students who achieved results of top 10% of the annual cohort will be awarded 2 points for their ST1 application. Students who achieve top 20 will receive special commendation. ___________________________________________ Why coming to this National Duke Elder Revision event? - Duke-elder exam oriented talks given by experienced Ophthalmologists trainees, fellows and consultants! - FREE refreshments and lunch! - FREE duke elder revision booklet provided to all who attend this event! - Certificate of attendance for your CV portfolio, to show early interest in Ophthalmology, even if you are not taking the exam in 2017! ___________________________________________ Event Outline: 8.30-9.10am: Registration 9.10-9.15am: Opening 9.15-10.00am: Duke Elder important eye anatomy & physiology,histopathology (tumours etc), microbiology, pharmacology, refraction and optics (Common exam questions in basic sciences of the eye and vision sciences) 10-10.15am: BREAK 10.15-10.45am: Ophthalmic examination and investigation tools and interpretation 10.45-11.25am: Cornea and external eye disease (lid, sclera, conjunctiva, lacrimal) 11.25-11.40am: BREAK 11.40am-12.20pm: Paediatrics Ophthalmology, ocular adnexal and orbital disease 12.20-12.50pm: Glaucoma and glaucoma surgery 12.50-1.50pm: LUNCH 1.50-2.15pm: Cataract and vitreoretinal surgery 2.15- 3.00pm: Neuro-Ophthalmology and Strabismus 3.00-3.15pm: BREAK 3.15-3.55pm: Uveitis and medical retina (I) 3.55-4.10pm: BREAK 4.10-4.50pm: Uveitis and medical retina (II) 4.50-5pm: Closing Early bird tickets on-sale now! Grab the FREE early bird tickets (if you are the member of Liverpool Ophthalmology society) while it lasts till the 20th of January 2017 here: https://www.liverpoolguild.org/groups/ophthalmolog y-9963/events/duke-elder-national-revision- day/buy_ticket Before you are able to view and select the ticket options for members on the link above, you need to first register and be a member of Liverpool Ophthalmology Society, which you could pay for the membership fees (£3) at this link: http://www.liverpoolguild.org/groups/ophthalmology -9963 Contacts: If you have any queries regarding the event, any difficulties buying the tickets, or if you have any arrangements that need us to be aware of, please contact us directly at email@example.com. We will provide you a step-by-step guide to buy the FREE early-bird tickets! :) See you on the 11th of February! :)
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