Join us on the live stream of the second event of Gut club 2021-22. This event will see medical students and junior doctors present on clinical trials and research on liver dysfunction, as well as provide the opportunity to learn from a renowned gastroenterologist on how to confidently diagnose liver tests.
- Date and time Wed 23 Mar 2022 from 5:45pm to 8:00pm
- Location Royal Society of Medicine
- Organised by Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Join us for the second event of Gut club 2021-22. This event will see medical students and junior doctors present on clinical trials and research on liver dysfunction, as well as provide the opportunity to learn from a renowned gastroenterologist on how to confidently diagnose liver tests. This is a unique opportunity to explore recent advances and research in the field and to learn from the reflections and lessons of an eminent gastroenterologist.
Can't make it to London? Click here to attend the live stream of this event.
During this event delegates will:
- Gain experience in submitting and presenting audit/research/clinical cases for medical students and junior doctors
- Understand what the tests of liver dysfunction reveal about the physiological state of the liver
- Be able to interpret these tests to make specific diagnoses with confidence in a variety of clinical situations
This meeting is a part of Gut club 2021-22
Gut club is a three-part series of in-person meetings which will deliver high-quality teaching on key topics in gastroenterology. Medical students and junior doctors will have the chance to learn from the careers of eminent and notable gastroenterologists as well as their fellow peers who will be given the opportunity to present research and cases relating to gastroenterology.
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Non - Member
|Consultant / GP||AHP / Nurse / Midwife||Non Healthcare Professional||Trainee||Student|
Disclaimer: All views expressed at this event are of the speakers themselves and not of the RSM nor the speaker's organisations.
This event will be recorded and stored by the Royal Society of Medicine and may be distributed in future on various internet channels.