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Pulsenotes LIVE РMedical & surgical finals revision weekends.

Supercharged revision from just £40!

An immersive medical and surgical finals revision weekend. Covering a range of topics from cardiac arrhythmias and acute kidney injury to X-ray interpretation of fractures and management of acute pancreatitis.

13th & 14th January 2018
King's College London
London
3rd & 4th February 2018
TBC
London
3rd & 4th March 2018
TBC
London

Suitable topics pitched at the correct level. Great exam focussed learning!

Final yearImperial College London

All of the presentations had a good interactive layout. Presenters were very knowledgeable and enthusiastic. Haematology was particularly good!

4th yearUniversity of Cardiff

Excellent range of topics. Case-based from a doctor's perspective. Challenge of answering questions about investigations and management. Rotating speakers made it more engaging.

4th yearUniversity of Birmingham

Really good things covered. Clear points in every lecture. Thank you! Was good starting at 10 / 10:30!

4th yearUniversity of Cardiff

Lectures short and sharp. Really clear presentations. Armed with most important points for foundation years!

4th yearUniversity of Birmingham

Enthusiastic teaching, well presented. Clearly relevant teaching points. Beautiful slides!

4th yearUniversity of Bristol

The slides were amazing - very concise but detailed in high yield points. Lecturers were amazing - very clear teaching and engaging. Handouts useful as can concentrate on what's being said. Best lecture course EVER! Thank you.

4th yearSt. George's, London

Really useful explanations of key conditions. Very good cover of a large array of topics in a short time frame!

4th yearWarwick Medical School

Clear, precise teaching. Small group size. References to common presentations ideal for OSCEs / written examinations.

4th yearKing's College, London

Relevant cases with interesting points and consolidating what was being taught. Really good slides - clear, concise and detailed. Notes provided were very helpful as I can take in all that's said rather than taking notes!

4th yearSt. George's, London

The slides were really helpful, right amount of details. Clearly laid out content and enthusiastic teachers!

5th yearUniversity of Bristol

Medicine

Saturday

From cardiology to renal medicine, we'll cover some of the common medical scenarios you will encounter as a junior doctor, highlighting the key concepts, and helping you to consolidate the important facts.

Surgery

Sunday

Utilising core anatomy and physiology, we will cover the surgical essentials for any junior doctor. From neck of femur fractures to the acute abdomen, we'll guide you through the common presentations.

Medicine - Saturday.

Recognition of cardiac arrhythmias to management of complex neurology.

10:00 - Registration

10:30 – Cardiac arrhythmias
11:30 – Upper GI bleeding
12:00 – Inflammatory bowel disease

12:30 - Lunch

13:30 – Haematological malignancies
14:30 – CXR interpretation

15:00 - Break

15:30 – Renal
16:00 – Neurology

16:30 - Close
Surgery - Sunday.

Management of vascular emergencies to principles of fracture healing.

10:00 - Registration

10:30 – Fractures
11:30 – Vascular emergencies
12:00 – Urology

12:30 - Lunch

13:30 – Acute abdomen
14:30 – Bowel obstruction

15:00 - Break

15:30 – Lumps & bumps
16:00 – Fluids & shock

16:30 - Close

The Lecturers

Mr. Benjamin Smeeton

BSc (Hons) BMBS MRCS (Eng)

A surgical trainee in Central London, Ben is a driven and enthusiastic individual. He is a budding plastic surgeon, competent coder with a good eye for design.

Dr. Benjamin Norton

BSc (Hons) BMBS

Ever passionate about medicine, Ben is a core medical trainee in London. He has a keen interest in Hepatology and has published in several leading academic journals.

Mr. Samuel Belete

BSc (Hons) BMBS MRCS (Eng)

A surgical trainee in North West London, Sam developed an interest in medical education during his time at university. Outside of business, Sam is a qualified rescue diver.

Mr. Abhinav Singh

BSc (Hons) BMBS MRCS (Eng)

A surgical trainee in London, Abhinav is passionate about orthopaedic surgery and has presented research internationally. Outside of work, Abhi is a keen cricketer.