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LIVE @ FIVE  

Every Tuesday & Thursday   

OPERATING THEATRE LIVE TV

Join award-winning Sam Piri, Amy Straughan and guests for all things human body for students aged 14-19 or those on an academic courses to healthcare or medicine.

 

In each live episode we'll unpick the pathology of a new patient. We'll be going into into the AWARD WINNING operating theatre to examine the incredible structure of the human body to learn in a way never done before.

Pull up front seats for the live dissection of real organ specimens, interviews and tips for applying to medicine as well as turbo charge your understanding of how the human body works.

In partnership with 

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LIVE @ FIVE  

Every Tuesday & Thursday   

OPERATING THEATRE LIVE TV

Join award-winning Sam Piri, Amy Straughan and guests for all things human body for students aged 14-19 or those on an academic courses to healthcare or medicine.

 

In each live episode we'll unpick the pathology of a new patient. We'll be going into into the AWARD WINNING operating theatre to examine the incredible structure of the human body to learn in a way never done before.

Pull up front seats for the live dissection of real organ specimens, interviews and tips for applying to medicine as well as turbo charge your understanding of how the human body works.

In partnership with 

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cells.jpg

LIVE @ FIVE  

Every Tuesday & Thursday   

OPERATING THEATRE LIVE TV

Join award-winning Sam Piri, Amy Straughan and guests for all things human body for students aged 14-19 or those on an academic courses to healthcare or medicine.

 

In each live episode we'll unpick the pathology of a new patient. We'll be going into into the AWARD WINNING operating theatre to examine the incredible structure of the human body to learn in a way never done before.

Pull up front seats for the live dissection of real organ specimens, interviews and tips for applying to medicine as well as turbo charge your understanding of how the human body works.

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Live close up dissection of real and anatomical specimens!

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ONLINE CLINICAL WORK EXPERIENCE PROGRAMME 2020

BRAND NEW TO JULY!

Work experience is crucial to demonstrating core skills required as a doctor. With COVID-19 placing heavy restrictions on access to work experience Operating Theatre Live TV now encompasses 24 hours of certified clinical work experience delivered alongside your studies.

 

By taking part in our 2 consultations each month. You will build up core skills required of any ambitious and aspiring doctor. Each session is 1 hour and will be set on our hospital ward where you virtually shadow a doctor on a ward round in the care setting. You will be front and centre as a patient is assessed and monitored. You will be posed with a variety of scenarios and patients with all types of clinical need, the sessions have a variety of outcomes based on the choices you make during the session.

 

You will develop wider competencies required of doctors including application of the pillars of medicine, situational judgement, medical ethics, verbal reasoning, decision making, quantitative reasoning and abstract reasoning. You will reflect on the session to demonstrate other wider skills including empathy, conflict and problems solving. Take away your certificate for UCAS and interview to demonstrate how you have supplemented clinical work experience for your application to medicine.

"Sam & his clinical team are experts in anatomy, hold QTS and have

extensive experience in the NHS"

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Lilly Barker is a 2 year old girl, who was brought to her see her GP by her mother due to a rash. Lilly was very irritable in the doctors surgery, refusing to open her eyes curled in a ball in her push chair. Her mum said that she’d noticed the rash on her arms and chest this morning.

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Family members of Colin Hinks, a 83 year old care home resident, are concerned with his behaviour. They are worried that he is a lot slower than usual and has had multiple falls. They ask the GP to visit in regards to this. The GP notices that Mr Hinks has a “pill rolling” tremor, shuffling walk and is slow in his speech.

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22 year old Nick had suffered from asthma since childhood. He presented to hospital after cleaning

out his garden shed when he suffered an asthma attack. He started wheezing and this wasn’t

relieved by his inhaler. His breathing was getting worse and worse so attended hospital.

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Registered address: ITAE Productions  Limited, Unit 6 Roman Park, Tame Valley Industrial Estate, Fazeley, Tamworth, Staffordshire, B77 5DQ. Registered company in England & Wales 12557621. Part of the Itae Group. Copyright 2020. All rights reserved.

All patients are fictional and recreated for the purposes of educational activity.

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