Monthly Archives: August 2012

Taking stock-2

My blog has now been running for 18 weeks and I thought it would be a good time to once again take stock of progress. I have now posted 24 updates which is slightly less than I had hoped but … Continue reading

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The importance of research in clinical training

Here is a talk that I gave a while ago to a meeting hosted by the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh and attended by many trainees from diverse medical backgrounds and representatives of the major UK funding bodies MRC … Continue reading

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HCC resect or transplant – what would you do?

Here is my current highlight for september from the journal  HPB.  Comparison of outcomes of transplantation and resection in patients with early hepatocellular carcinoma: a meta-analysis, Mashaal Dhir, Elizabeth R. Lyden, Lynette M. Smith, Chandrakanth Are. HPB September 2012, vol 14, issue 9, pages … Continue reading

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