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Remarxs.com - a educational tech start-up
Dr Deeban Ratneswaran
Hi, thanks for considering joining our journey on Remarxs.com. This is the platform you are using right now to join the "Start-Up Experience Initiative". It allows students to find support for academic work and collaborate on projects and experiences. We also run educational teaching courses (oslersroom.com). We would welcome anyone that wants to join us in this journal in a mutually beneficial way. Opportunities would include: - Blogging on remarxs.com - Supporting educational courses - Publishing in the medical literature (for health care staff) The idea would be to grow your own personal profile, while also supporting the growth of Remarxs and Oslersroom.com. Both of these platforms rank highly on Google for search terms such as: "med osce course London" "finals med theory course London" "free medicine personal statement reviews" There is a lot of opportunity for cross-linking to your own websites/ initiatives too via blogs. If any of this interests you, or you have any other thoughts and ideas, we are open to suggestions. Please feel free to connect and we can discuss more. Thanks!
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Create an online interactive Q&A forum for COVID-19 questions addressed by Medical professionals
Kevin
During the COVID pandemic there is a second sinister pandemic beneath the surface. The pandemic of fear and misinformation. As a Doctor, I have been inundated with questions from friends and relatives about COVID. This includes its origins, its impact and the management. I felt the duty to answer these questions and dispel any myths and misinformation. That's why I created a COVID Q&A page on Remarxs. The general public can ask questions anonymously and have these answered by doctors; that's were you come in. I am assembling a team of doctors that are willing to answer these questions in a well-researched manner, including references, with the name of the doctor, serving as an additional layer of trust and accountability. Once a member of the public has created a question, it will appear on a dashboard that you will have access to. You can then "pick up" the question and answer it. It will allow you to add references, external links and accompanying graphics. Once you "mark as answered" it will be made viewable to the public. If this project interests you, then join me in the fight against misinformation! Given our value in society, I feel it is noble for us to take the mantle and provide up-to-date and accurate information to the public.
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Remarxs.com educational blogger and content producer
Dr Deeban Ratneswaran
What you gain Writing opportunity to publish content online, which will be edited by another reviewer. Certificate of contribution; further opportunities to become an editor yourself on our site. Royalty from each published blog. What we need We are looking for bloggers who are looking to develop their own online presence by curating content related to the current themed priorities: Topic thread 1 - Medical School Life Bi-monthly publication (200-400 words each blog) New interesting experience in the last month e.g. blogs about new placements, topics, learning points Topic thread 2 - New research Bi-monthly publication (500 word blog) Summarising new interesting research articles that have been published in high impact journal e.g. Nature, NEJM, etc. Topic thread 3 - Life hacks Bi-monthly publication (200-400 word blog) Description of one or more 'life hack' to support productivity Topic thread 4 - A tribute to... Weekly publication (200-400 word blog) Summaries of important individuals in medicine and their achievements e.g. William Osler, Cushing, Pasteur, Crick etc. We want to build a repository people can delve into to access
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A systematic review on the outcomes of elective hand procedures in a general practise setting
Dr Murtaza Kadhum
Looking at carpal tunnel, steroid injections, trigger finger thumb releases. These are being done more and more in a general practise setting, and we would like to investigate the outcomes and benefits through a systematic review.
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TEP in major trauma patients - audit
Dr Murtaza Kadhum
Major trauma patients are at risk of deterioration compared to ordinary in patients, however are neglected in terms of not having treatment escalation plans. I am looking for students interested in collaborating on this audit through data collection. You will learn skills in undertaking service improvement projects, implementing new pathways, and analytical skills.
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Cauda Equina Pathway
Dr Ahmed Mahdi
Review of MRI imaging for patients presenting with suspected cauda equina syndrome
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Test project for trial with QI collaborative
Dr Deeban Ratneswaran
Hi Sam, when a supervisor creates a project via the landing page I sent to you. Here is where the details of their project will be displayed. Below they can add the types of people they want to join their project, and when they do that they have the option to add 'tags' e.g. specific universities, hospitals etc. As the QI collaborative grows, the ability to add tags will be even more important so that students can search for projects that are relevant to them.
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Medical education research projects 2020
Dr Deeban Ratneswaran
Medical students must have experience in publication and manuscript submission. If not, other academic opportunities exist, not limited to the projects below. 1 - Using lecture based simulation to educate pharmacists on clinical roles they can play -> data completion complete needs, submission. (Letter to editor) 2 - Incorporating red flag ideology into pharmacy curriculum (Letter to editor) -. Draft complete, needs revision and submission 3 - Interprofessional education improves multi-disciplinary team work (original manuscript) - --> Draft completed, needs re-working and submission 4 - "Missing the point" - the role of interprofessional education in today's NHS --> Draft complete, needs revision and submission 5 - Posterior circulation stroke - clinical examination and education --> Data collection complete, needs revision and submission 6 - Screening for adverse psychological ill health in medical students --> Data complete, needs revision and submission 7 - A model for medical application courses: widening access to student participation --> Needs revision and submission 8 - Incentives to increase medical student ECG interpretation (original manuscript) --> Paper complete, needs revision and submission 9 - "Do as I say, not as a I sleep" --> Needs data collection, draft manuscript complete, will need revision and submission 10 - Impact of waiting times on perception of care --> Data collection completed, needs manuscript preparation, revision and submission
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Remarxs.com educational blogger and content producer
Dr Deeban Ratneswaran
Bloggers and vloggers We are looking for bloggers (medical students or doctors) to produce featured educational content on our website remarxs.com. You will be supported by the Remarxs team, educationalists and video production where relevant. We have a list of current priorities (see link below) but you are also welcome to blog about anything that interests you. Please also see other blogs that are already on our website for more ideas of what you could blog about. You will be provided with certificates of contribution which can help enhance your educational portfolio. https://www.remarxs.com/Blog/Blog/Become_a_blogger_or_reviewer_on_Remarxs https://www.remarxs.com/Blog/Blog/Remarxs_blog_priorities
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Systematic review on visual impairment intracranial pressure (VIIP)
Dr Saeed Azizi
Literature search, data extraction, qualitative and quantitative synthesis, writing discussion. To start in March/April 2020
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Eye rubbing & keratoconus - Systematic review
Dr Saeed Azizi
Literature seach, data extraction, qualitative & quantitative analysis. To start in March/April 2020
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Spirometry in shisha smokers
Dr Saeed Azizi
Statistics, medical students. literature review.
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Glaucoma and Obstructive sleep apnoea - Short review
Dr Saeed Azizi
Student who is keen in research, able to write in a scientifiically coherent manner and has the time to commit.
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Review papers in respiratory and sleep medicine
Dr Deeban Ratneswaran
Invited reviews into the Journal of Thoracic Disease (Impact Factor 2). High chance of publication provided the time commitments are met, and appropriate quality and attention to detail. Each individual will also be sharing 2 short blogs on www.remarxs.com.
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Medicine 4 The Masses 2020
Dr Deeban Ratneswaran
Medicine for the Masses - personal and interview support 2020. This project is only available for students who are looking for support on their application to medical school. Feel free to connect with us here.
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Electrical Stimulation in Obstructive Sleep Apnoea - randomised controlled trials, meta-analyses and sub-studies
Dr Deeban Ratneswaran
LOOKING FOR Medical students, clinicians and academics from the UK and abroad, to support a large body of work related to developing a new treatment for patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA). You must be a student based in King's College London. PROJECT I am currently undertaking a significant body of work related to the field of respiratory and sleep medicine. Our team at St Thomas' Hospital, London, are investigating the use of electrical stimulation as an alternative treatment to CPAP in patients with OSA. Our research centre is based in the Lane Fox Respiratory Unit/ Sleep Disorder's Centre, working collaboratively with King's College London. We are looking for students, doctors and co-collaborators who are keen to develop skills in research and academia, but contributing to the aforementioned studies. Please note, the role will require EVENING studies from 6pm to 10pm on a Monday to Wednesday.. LEARNING You will learn a vast array of skills related to research, analysis, physiological data interpretation and ultrasonography skills of the upper airway; as well as being involved in a key randomised controlled trial. AREA St Thomas' Hospital in London is based in Waterloo, and a 10 minute walk from waterloo station. This is close to many famous landmarks, the houses of parliament, big ben, the London eye, with lots of nice places to eat and drink. KEY RESEARCHERS Are number of researchers from across the world are involved in our research group including, China, Switzerland, Australia and Egypt. Key researchers include: Dr Deeban Ratneswaran Research: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Culadeeban_Ratneswaran LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/deeban-ratneswaran-6b735384 Remarxs: https://www.remarxs.com/u/p/Deeban.Ratneswaran/ Professor Joerg Steier KCL Profile: http://tiny.cc/0z8sdz
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This is a test project - do not select
Kevin
Remarxs will test new features from time to time and create new projects to do so. This is one such project. Please do not select this project . Regards Kevin
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Disseminate information on harmful use of NSAIDs in chicken pox.
Kevin
Anecdotal evidence exists that doctors are ill informed of the harmful effects of administering Non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in patients with chickenpox. We are establishing working group with an aim to ascertain the full scope of this gap in medical professionals and aim to devise strategies to educate and train doctors on the adverse effect of NSAID use in chicken pox disease.
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