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Orthopaedics Crash Course Day

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A day covering high yield orthopaedic topics delivered by specialist clinicians, with the opportunity to interact and ask questions!

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The Unofficial Guide to Medicine Presents: Orthopaedics Crash Course Day!

A day filled with high yield orthopaedics topics, both trauma and elective. Short lectures ensure maximum content can be covered, creating a setting ideal for revision. The day will focus on the most important cases and concepts that medical students need to know. We have listened to your suggestions and selected the most popular topics you wanted covering!

The day will provide you with the opportunity to ask questions to specialists and gain clarification on concepts which may have previously been more complicated.

Lectures will be delivered by various orthopaedic specialist clinicians including Mr Christopher Gee a Trauma and Orthopaedic consultant and honorary senior lecturer at the University of Glasgow.

More information and a timetable for the day will be released shortly!

Tickets are free but we are raising money for the amazing charity Project GO, a small charity focusing on raising funds to support reserach into a cure for Duchennes Muscular Dystrophy. https://www.duchenneuk.org/project-go

Please help us to support the really important work of Project Go, by making a donation if you are able to.

Special discount for the day - use ORTHO15 for 15% off all books in the UGT Radiology collection! (Discount valid from 05/10/20-26/10/20)

Please also listen to The Unofficial Guide Podcasts with Mr Gee, on Spotify or Apple Music, to gain further insight as to life as an orthopaedic surgeon.

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