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Sherpa survival strategy could improve critical care

24th Aug 2017 // The Xtreme Everest team have recently been featured in the latest edition of Clinical Research Update the magazine for research taking place at the University of Southampton and University Hospital Southampton. Full article>

Apply now for a MSc in Perioperative Medicine at UCL

8th Aug 2017 // There is still time to apply for the University College London MSc in Perioperative Medicine. The MSc is designed for doctors (anaesthetists, surgeons, physicians) and nurse specialists engaged in the management of patients in the perioperative period, and who are committed to developing expertise in perioperative care through active participation in this innovative education forum. Full article>

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