A unique, knowledge-packed course comprising seven beautifully illustrated and interactive lectures.
10:00 - Welcome
10:15 – Gynaecology
11:00 – Obstetrics
11:45 – GUM
12:30 - Lunch
13:15 – Paediatrics
14:00 – Psychiatry
14:45 - Break
15:00 – Ophthalmology
15:45 – Practice makes perfect (SBA quiz)
17:00 - Q&A and close
Lecture 1 - 10:15 AM.
Assessment of pelvic pain, to the diagnosis of PCOS and emergency management of ectopic pregnancy.
Using a number of clinical cases and utilising her own experiences, Dr. Nagla Elfaki, a London-based O&G Speciality Trainee, tackles some of the core gynaecological presentations. Cases include dysmenorrhea, pelvic pain, and vaginal bleeding.
Lecture 2 - 11:00 AM.
Management of antepartum and postpartum haemorrhage, to the diagnosis of pre-eclampsia.
For our second lecture, Dr. Nagla Elfaki tackles some of the common obstetric presentations. Cases include antepartum haemorrhage, postpartum haemorrhage and hypertension in pregnancy.
Lecture 3 - 11:45 AM.
Investigation of penile ulcers, to the management of discharge.
Dr. Benjamin Norton, our resident medical enthusiast, tackles genitourinary medicine for Finals. Cases include penile ulcer, penile discharge and vaginal discharge.
Lecture 4 - 1:15 PM.
Assessment of neonatal jaundice, to the investigation of the limping child and management of breathlessness.
Dr. Arjun Sahota, a London-based Paediatric Speciality Registrar, tackles some of the core paediatric presentations you need to know for your finals examinations. Cases include breathlessness, cough, jaundice, vomiting and child with a limp.
Lecture 5 - 2:00 PM.
Diagnosis of depression, to management of bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.
Using a number of case-based discussions, Dr. Laura Stacey, a Specialty Trainee in Psychiatry tackles a number of core presentations for speciality exams. Cases include low mood, change in behaviour and delusional state.
Lecture 6 - 3:00 PM.
Assessment of acute visual loss to the investigation of red-eye and management of chronic visual changes.
Dr Faye Horner, an ophthalmology trainee in Portsmouth, joins us to tackle some of the most common ophthalmic presentations and generally geek out on all things eyes. Cases include acute visual loss, red-eye and chronic visual loss.
Mr. Benjamin Smeeton
BSc (Hons) BMBS MRCS (Eng)
A Plastics Registrar in Broomfield, Ben is a driven and enthusiastic individual. He is a competent coder with a good eye for design. Outside of medicine he enjoys rowing.
Dr. Benjamin Norton
BSc (Hons) MSc BMBS MRCP
Ever passionate about medicine, Ben is Medical Registrar in London. He is interested in Gastroenterology and outside of work he enjoys cricket and rugby.
Mr. Samuel Belete
BSc (Hons) MSc BMBS MRCS (Eng)
A surgical doctor 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.
Dr. Nagla Elfaki
Nagla is an O&G trainee in central London with a special interest in reproductive medicine. She’s also a keen bookworm who helps run a feminist book club in King’s Cross.
Dr. Laura Stacey
Laura is a psychiatry trainee in South London. She is passionate about challenging negative stereotypes and normalising the conversation around mental health. When not at work she can usually be found in a green space with her dog.
Dr. Arjun Sahota
BMBS BSc (Hons) MRCPCH
Arjun is a Paediatric Registrar in South London. He has developed an interest in teaching during his career and is keen to help others develop their knowledge and skills. Outside of work, he enjoys running and pretending he’s a good cook.
Dr. Faye Horner
Faye is an ophthalmology trainee in Portsmouth, currently working in paediatric ophthalmology. When she isn’t behind a slit lamp, she loves reading in the sunshine and decorating her first home.