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An Introduction to Surgical Research Course – A testimonial

Over the past 3 weekends, I attended the ‘An Introduction to Surgical Research’ Course, a Royal Australian College of Surgeons (RACS) accredited course run by Mr James Lee, a Specialist General and Endocrine Surgeon at the Alfred. This course was targeted at medical students and junior doctors, aiming to teach participants practical skills in conducting …

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Amos Liew on research as an international student

1) Why are you interested in doing research as a student? Firstly, as for many students, research is an opportunity to make our resumes stand out. With the increase in the supply of doctors with reduce in demand for specialists, a lot of students are using their available time now to do research. Likewise, I …

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What it’s like to present at MRSS journal club

“Presenting at the MRSS journal club gave me a unique opportunity to practice critical appraisal and giving a presentation in a relaxed atmosphere. Journal club enabled me to not only build on skills that we are taught but also practice conveying research results to a group and get feedback from a consultant who is an …

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