Dr Adam Rehak, Dr David Marshman, Sharon Lum, Dr Kei Woldendorp and Prof. Tom Hugh
Dr Bill Cumberland, son of the late Dr Harry Cumberland, and his wife Genevieve were in attendance to present the Travelling Scholarship while Dr Ray Hollings, wife Beverly and family joined online. Dr Geoffrey Wong (pictured front cover) was the recipient of the Cumberland Travelling Scholarship for his study titled “Early recurrence after resection of colorectal liver
discovery.” This work was under the supervision of Professor Tom Hugh Dr Krishna Kotecha was runner-up finalist for his study titled - Propensity score analysis on pancreatoduodenectomy patients following neoadjuvant chemotherapy. This work was under the supervision of Clinical Professor Jas Samra and Clinical Associate Professor Anubhav Mittal.
There were two recipients for the Ray Hollings award: Dr Michael Symes (pictured page 6) for the Spinal and Orthopaedic Research Epidemiology Database project, and Dr David Marshman (pictured above) for the peri-operative
blood product usage in cardiothoracic surgery project.
metastases, clinical data to proteomic biomarker
“We had to adapt to this, so we developed a good system of case-based scenarios to simulate conditions they could centre their learning around, with the help of their peers. “Students were proactive; sometimes they would be allowed on the ward but not allowed to have patient contact, so they would spend time looking at scans and learning in any way they could.” While some of those methods adapted to cope with COVID-19 remain, thankfully many of our trainee doctors, nurses and allied health professionals have returned to the wards for 2022.
Dr Animesh Singla leads a tutorial for some of his medical students
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