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Medical professionals of the 21st century benefit greatly from utilising the Internet. As well as traditional resources such as journal articles, new sources of information are now readily available, including videos, audio files and high-definition images of many different clinical conditions. It is accessible through one piece of software, the web browser, and there is an opportunity to discuss issues with colleagues and experts all around the world. These benefits can improve health care ...
Utilising Dropbox™ for Free and Shared Educational Resources: A New Initiative
Introduction Plastic surgery trainees in the UK are required to complete six years of higher surgical training. During this period, they must pass the Intercollegiate Specialty Examination (FRCS(Plast)) in order to gain the Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) and be eligible to be placed on the GMC specialist register, subsequently enabling them to apply for consultant posts. The FRCS(Plast) examination consists of two written sections, a single best answer paper and an extende...
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