GASOC virtual journal club

03 Mar 2017

Attend the next meeting of the Global Anaesthesia, Surgery and Obstetric Collaboration virtual journal club.

GASOC

The next Global Anaesthesia, Surgery and Obstetric Collaboration (GASOC) ‘virtual journal club’ meeting will be held in College on Monday 13 March, 18.30-20.00.

GASOC is a UK group of trainee surgeons, anaesthetists and obstetricians who share a passion for improving health at a global level. GASOC ran its first UK-wide conference in 2016 and has established regular web-based academic discussions around global health research and projects.

The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow is partnering with GASOC to support academic discussions on global health issues through a virtual ‘journal club’, with video-conferences taking place simultaneously in London, Oxford and Glasgow.  

Trainees, students and senior staff are invited to join the next meeting in Glasgow from 18.15 for refreshments. There is the capability to join the meetings via Skype, however we would encourage attending your local group where possible, to enhance local coordination and networking on global health issues.

Please contact stuart.fergusson@rcpsg.ac.uk if you would like to attend this upcoming video-conference meeting remotely or in person, and if you are interested in future similar events.

Find out more about GASOC

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