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Clinical Aptitude Testing: The UKAT and BMAT Christopher Nordstrom, co-founder, The Medic Portal. Free View
The hypoxic patient Anthony Bastin, Consultant in Critical Care, Royal Brompton Hospital, London. CPD View
Treatment of the Playtex fold Raj Ragoowansi, London. View
Alcohol and ill health Anthony Mander, President, Food & Health Forum, Royal Society of Medicine. View
Disorders of sexual development Sarah Creighton, University College Hospital London. CPD View
Cosmeceuticals: Emerging trends in skin health Paul Banwell, The Banwell Clinic, McIndoe Hospital, London. CPD View
Acute ischaemic stroke Nick Losseff, University College London Hospitals and NHS England. View
Coeliac disease and non-coeliac wheat intolerance Suzanne Claire Donnelly, Senior Clinical Fellow in Gastroenterology and Multivisceral Transplant, Addenbrooke's Hospital. CPD View
The place of radical cancer surgery in gynaecological malignancy Christina Fotopoulou, Consultant Gynaecological Oncologist, Queen Charlotte's & Chelsea Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. View
Is red wine good for you? Roger Corder, Professor of Experimental Therapeutics, Queen Mary University, London. CPD View
Medical disorders of pregnancy Catherine Nelson Piercy, Professor of Obstetric Medicine, Guy's & St Thomas' Hospitals Trust and Queen Charlotte's Hospital, London. CPD View
We are what we eat Vanya Gant, Consultant in Microbiology, University College Hospital. CPD View
Faecal transplantation in gastrointestinal diseases (IBD): myth or reality Ailsa Hart, Consultant Gastroenterologist, St Mark's Hospital, Harrow. CPD View
Virtual nasendoscopy for the difficult airway Imran Ahmad, Consultant Anaesthetist and Airway Lead, Guy's and St Thomas', London. CPD View
Hair cell protection and repair during treatment with ototoxic drugs Corne Kros, Professor of Neuroscience, University of Sussex.  View
Vestibular neuroepithelium: Regenerative biology and therapeutics Andrew Forge, Professor of Auditory Cell Biology, University College London.  CPD View