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MBChB Open Day 22: the curriculum

Professor David Kluth, Dean of Undergraduate Medicine, outlines the MBChB curriculum.Recorded June 2022.

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MBChB Open Day 2022: introduction

An introduction to the MBCHB programme by Professor Lorna Marson, Dean of Admissions. Recorded June 2022. Notes Attributes to be examined during the Assessment day will be based on the Core…

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Clinical Club - 1st June - Craig Breheny

Clinical Club 1st June Recording - Craig Breheny - Senior Lecturer in Emergency Critical Care - Haemorrhagic gastroenteritis - diagnosis, emergency treatment and longer term management

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Clinical Club 11th May - Ingrid Tundo

Clinical Club 11th May - Ingrid Tundo - Simple tips to increase your extraction techniques in dogs and cats

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An insight into endometriosis and pelvic pain research from the EXPPECT team

We hear from researchers in the EXPPECT Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain team. They talk about their current research work and aims to help improve treatments and quality of life for those with…

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Rethinking Embryonic Germ Layers

Val Wilson and Elena Tzouanacou discuss their interests in mammalian cell lineages and how they came to identify one such lineage that violates a strict assumption of germ-layer segregation, as…

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Nurses Clinical Club - 23rd February 2022

Nurses Clinical Club - Lindsey Ashburner - Emergency and Critical Care Nurse - Triage of the emergency veterinary patient

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Introducing Edinburgh Medical School: a student insight

Year 5 medical students have teamed up to bring you this insight into studying medicine at Edinburgh. They will take you on a tour across the city (pointing out their top spots) give you a flythrough…

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Research Insights | Science after Dolly: gene editing and ethics

Twenty-five years ago, scientists cloned a sheep and called it Dolly. In this Research Insights event, we were joined by Dr Christine Tait-Burkard and Dr Sarah Chan to discuss how science has…

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Athena SWAN Inspiring People - 26 January 2022

Our second session in the series was focused on barriers and actions. Speakers: Julie Jebsen, Lecturer in Organisational Psychology at the University of Manchester, on her work research on gender…

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Using the DiagnosisView app on your phone

Short explanation of the DiagnosisView app for mobile devices. Go to www.diagnosisview.org for the web app. Download the mobile app from: iOS - Apple Store - or Android - Google Play

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Athena SWAN Inspiring People - 19 January 2022

Our first session of the series was focused on perceptions, assumptions and their impact and effects. Speakers:Dr Gwenetta Curry, Lecturer of Race, Ethnicity & Health at the Usher Institute, on…

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Clinical Club 12th Jan 2022 Tobias Schwarz - Imaging of the Canine Shoulder Joint

Clinical Club 12th Jan 2022 Tobias Schwarz - Imaging of the Canine Shoulder Joint

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Virtual Lab Tour with Prof Neil Carragher’s Research Group

Live from the Lab with the Brain Tumour Award teamWe have missed our usual lab tours at the Cancer Research UK Edinburgh Centre, which have unfortunately been curtailed during the pandemic.…

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Research Insights | Traveller genes: genetics & ancestry

How do genes vary across populations and why is this important for understanding our health and the risk of diseases? In early 2021 a group of Scottish Travellers asked Professor Jim Wilson a…

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Edinburgh Medical Debate 2021 | Surviving Covid-19: The future of the NHS

The delivery of healthcare has evolved significantly since COVID-19 swept the globe in early 2020, with many services adapting to ensure continuity of care while prioritising only the most urgent of…

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