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Remarxs.com educational blogger and content producer
Dr Deeban Ratneswaran
We are looking for bloggers (medical students or doctors) to produce featured educational content on our website remarxs.com. You will be supported by the Remarxs team, educationalists and video production where relevant. We have a list of current priorities (see link below) but you are also welcome to blog about anything that interests you. Please also see other blogs that are already on our website for more ideas of what you could blog about. You will be provided with certificates of contribution which can help enhance your educational portfolio. https://www.remarxs.com/Blog/Blog/Become_a_blogger_or_reviewer_on_Remarxs https://www.remarxs.com/Blog/Blog/Remarxs_blog_priorities
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Electrical Stimulation in Obstructive Sleep Apnoea - randomised controlled trials, meta-analyses and sub-studies
Dr Deeban Ratneswaran
LOOKING FOR Medical students, clinicians and academics from the UK and abroad, to support a large body of work related to developing a new treatment for patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA). PROJECT I am currently undertaking a significant body of work related to the field of respiratory and sleep medicine. Our team at St Thomas' Hospital, London, are investigating the use of electrical stimulation as an alternative treatment to CPAP in patients with OSA. Our research centre is based in the Lane Fox Respiratory Unit/ Sleep Disorder's Centre, working collaboratively with King's College London. We are looking for students, doctors and co-collaborators who are keen to develop skills in research and academia, but contributing to the aforementioned studies. Once you have connected to us via this project on Remarxs we can discuss roles and expectations, in further detail. Thanks. AREA St Thomas' Hospital in London is based in Waterloo, and a 10 minute walk from waterloo station. This is close to many famous landmarks, the houses of parliament, big ben, the London eye, with lots of nice places to eat and drink. KEY RESEARCHERS Are number of researchers from across the world are involved in our research group including, China, Switzerland, Australia and Egypt. Key researchers include: Dr Deeban Ratneswaran Research: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Culadeeban_Ratneswaran LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/deeban-ratneswaran-6b735384 Remarxs: https://www.remarxs.com/u/p/Deeban.Ratneswaran/ Professor Joerg Steier KCL Profile: http://tiny.cc/0z8sdz
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Remarxs - project
Kevin
Please do not select this project as it is for testing purposes by Remarxs admin only. Kind regards Kevin - Remarxs Co-founder
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TAG mentorship
Subomi
I'm a mentor with TAG (The Advantage Group). We transform the narratives of young people from underrepresented backgrounds. The Advantage Group is available to offer your students a number of initiatives, including: • Mentorship schemes • Student business challenges • Inspiring panel discussions Contact us for more information and/or partnership opportunities: info@theadvantagegroup.co.uk
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Alisha Arty
I'm a mentor with TAG (The Advantage Group). We transform the narratives of young people from underrepresented backgrounds. The Advantage Group is available to offer your students a number of initiatives, including: • Mentorship schemes • Student business challenges • Inspiring panel discussions Contact us for more information and/or partnership opportunities: info@theadvantagegroup.co.uk
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Medicine for the Masses - personal support 2019
Dr Deeban Ratneswaran
Medicine for the Masses - personal support 2019. This project is only available for students who are looking for support on their application to medical school. Feel free to connect with me here.
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Disseminate information on harmful use of NSAIDs in chicken pox.
Kevin
Anecdotal evidence exists that doctors are ill informed of the harmful effects of administering Non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in patients with chickenpox. We are establishing working group with an aim to ascertain the full scope of this gap in medical professionals and aim to devise strategies to educate and train doctors on the adverse effect of NSAID use in chicken pox disease.
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Time to C-Spine clearance in major traumas
Kevin
C-Spine immobilization is a key factor in almost all major traumas. It has well been established that this can cause great disturbances to patients and we are establishing an audit to see does a local major trauma unit adhere to nation guidance on timely c-spine clearnce
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Using technology to increase medical ward round efficiency
Dr Deeban Ratneswaran
Using technology to increase ward round efficiency. This project is currently full.
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