News - Dubai Core Review (16th April- 19th April 2016)

We are very pleased to announce today that the London Core Review Course, in addition to the annual event in London (19th May-22nd May 2016), will this year have an event in Dubai -16th April- 19th April 2016). Our Director Of Arab Countries Core Review, Professor Abdallah Raweh, and Dr. Abdul Salam Al Madani, Chairman Of Index Holding signed the agreement on 27th December 2015. We look forward to working with everyone involved in launch of this new course.

The 1st Edition of The Dubai Core Review Course will be held at the The International Family Medicine Conference & Exhibition (IFM), held under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai, Minister of Finance and President of Dubai Health Authority and is actively supported by the Ministry of Health – UAE, Dubai Health Authority, International Hospital Federation, Health Ministers Council for Cooperation Council and Global Family Medicine Scientific Alliance.

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The London Cardiothoracic Surgery Core Review Course is based upon the well reputed and longstanding Salt Lake City Core Review Course in Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery ( established by Donald Doty, Editor of Kirklin's Cardiac Surgery textbook.
London Core Review is proud to present "Pioneering Cardiac Surgeons" as part of Sunday Supplement 2016

Pioneering Cardiac Surgeons 2016

Prof Tirone David Professor Gebrine El-Khoury Prof Steve Westaby  
Prof Tirone David (Toronto) Prof Gebrine El-Khoury (Belgium) Prof Steve Westaby (Oxford)
Pioneering Cardiac Surgeons - Prof Sir Magdi Yacoub, Prof Tirone David, Prof Gebrine El-Khoury

In the United States, the Core Review Course is attended by nearly all residents prior to sitting their board examinations as well as practicing surgeons wishing to re-certify.

The course will provide a comprehensive review of the core information required for surgeons preparing primarily for Section I as well as Section II of the Intercollegiate Specialty Examination in Cardiothoracic Surgery. In addition, it will be beneficial for candidates preparing for the European Board of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgeons (EBTCS) examinations.

The course would also serve to provide junior trainees commencing their cardiothoracic surgery career with a solid and broad knowledge base which they can apply to their day to day practice.

It is hoped that in future, this course will serve as a useful tool for surgeons wishing to revalidate.