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Familiarisation With Another Two Medical Specialisations

Presentations by two prominent medical specialists, with an opportunity for questions; live-streamed for those in other locations. Whether you're an interpreter or a translator, spoken language or Auslan, here's an opportunity to enhance your contextual knowledge of two important fields of medicine. Presenters: John Manolopoulos is an ophthalmologist based in Melbourne, and is a fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists. John's clinical interests are in general eye surgery, cataract surgery, and retinitis pigmentosa. He consults both privately and publicly. Simon Ellul is an ear, nose and throat (ENT) surgeon. His surgical training was in the Victorian state training scheme and he did a fellowship in Neuro-otology, Cochlear Implantation and Otology at the University of Utah. He is an expert on otology (ear surgery). He is the current Head of Department of the Western Hospital ENT unit.
When
11/07/2017
Where
VicDeaf Level 3 340 Albert Street East Melbourne, VIC 3002 AUSTRALIA
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2017-07-11 18:30:00 2017-07-11 20:30:00 Australia/Melbourne Familiarisation With Another Two Medical Specialisations Presentations by two prominent medical specialists, with an opportunity for questions; live-streamed for those in other locations. Whether you're an interpreter or a translator, spoken language or Auslan, here's an opportunity to enhance your contextual knowledge of two important fields of medicine. Presenters: John Manolopoulos is an ophthalmologist based in Melbourne, and is a fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists. John's clinical interests are in general eye surgery, cataract surgery, and retinitis pigmentosa. He consults both privately and publicly. Simon Ellul is an ear, nose and throat (ENT) surgeon. His surgical training was in the Victorian state training scheme and he did a fellowship in Neuro-otology, Cochlear Implantation and Otology at the University of Utah. He is an expert on otology (ear surgery). He is the current Head of Department of the Western Hospital ENT unit. VicDeaf, Level 3, 340 Albert Street, East Melbourne, 3002, VIC, Australia Australian Institute of Interpreters and Translators admin@ausit.org AUSIT_Event

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