North American training - the view from an Englishman abroad Archived

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Martin Gargan gives an overview of orthopaedic training in Canada. He outlines the principles of training and career progression in Canada compared with the UK and looks at their prospective training programmes. Martin goes on to outline the advantages of both programmes and discusses how fellowships are an important influence on a doctor’s development.

This lecture was part of the event ‘Trauma symposium: answers to the questions you are asking’ at The Royal Society of Medicine in London. 

Date of lecture: 24th February 2015

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Length: 00:17:08

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