Year 2: Websites and Workbooks

SSC2a Webfolios 2016/2017

A gene a day keeps the doctor away – does the future of medicine lie with DNA?

Anti microbial resistance: new ways of fighting superbugs

A prompt PEEP at preventing postoperative pulmonary problems

Biologics, revolutionary change or a risky choice?

Causes and treatment of occupational induced acute lung injury

Cupping – back to the dark ages or back to the future?

Diabetes treatment in the 21st Century – technology or transplantation?

DNA surgery: are gene editing systems changing the concept of “Drug”? The case of CRISPR/CAS9 and renal disease.

Exercise and alzheimer’s disease; healthy life, healthy mind

Future drug treatments for alzheimer’s disease

Genome-wide to bedside

Hormone replacement therapy: good or bad?

How to choose the correct size of a double-lumen endobronchial tube for lung isolation and one-lung ventilation

Inflammatory bowel disease and pregnancy

In vitro derivation of blood from stem cells: a comparison of the different types and the future for each

Is drug development a barrier to personalised medicine?

Is malaria overdiagnosed and overtreated?

Justified and ancient? How does the Ayurvedic medical system withstand interrogation with evidence based medicine?

Management of shock in critical care

The ABC of cardiac arrest: a bad case of dodgy evidence?

The blood brain barrier

The importance of attachment

The learning curve in practical medical and surgical procedures. What constitutes competence?

The pros and cons of CRISPR-CAS gene editing: taking one giant leap while playing with fire?

The science behind age-related hypertension

Treating neurological degenerative disorders using pluripotent stem cells

Watching your brain at work: applications of functional MRI

What is good sleep and how do we achieve it?

SSC2b Workbooks 2016/2017

Art in Anatomy: Musculature (PDF)

Functional disorders: are functional disorder symptoms dependent upon the patient’s understanding of the symptom?

Getting the word across: improving information provision for patients with Multiple Sclerosis