Our four day intensive London Core Review cardiothoracic surgery course is for those preparing for FRCS (C-TH) examinations, surgeons in training requiring up-to-date knowledge for daily practice and re-validation. The surgery course is ideal for surgeons requiring CME and CPD credit in cardiothoracic surgery. The course is excellent for healthcare professionals such as anaesthetists, cardiologists, medical students interested in cardiac and thoracic surgery education. To re-cap, our cardiothoracic surgery course is for:
Over the years, the London Core Review course has been honoured to have renowned pioneering surgeons give lectures at our events. Our 2020 guest speakers lineup will be announced shortly. Below are some of our prominent speakers who are regular guests at our events. This is an excellent opportunity for delegates to talk directly with not only the guest speakers but faculty during the numerous tea, coffee and lunch breaks between the intensive lectures.
We have an extensive gallery of photos taken from our previous events on our gallery page which can be accessed by the button below. The gallery highlights auditorium features, food halls, delegate, faculty, and sponsor exhibition areas.Event Gallery Page
We have created two promotional videos for our 2020 Event. The first one showcases our cardiothoracic surgery course, the second one highlights some of the amazing qualities of our venue - The Royal College Of Physicians.
Below are useful PDF downloads for our 2020 London Core Review course. Our dedicated downloads page has a lot of other useful downloads such as specific venue information, travel visa guide for international delegates, venue map, prospective sponsor's brochure, and archived schedules useful for web app subscribers.
Book before 1st December 2019 and save on our Super Saver tariff. Those who register early will qualify for early access to our web app. Below is a summarised version fo the course features, our registration page has much more information. As such we encourage you to visit this page using the button below. Our registration page also has useful information on nurse/healthcare workers, group bookings and so forth.
Adult cardiac surgery, congenital surgery, thoracic surgery and interactive sessions are delivered over the four days respectively.
4 Day delegates 34 hours CDP credit, 1 day delegates get 9 hours CPD credit Our course is SCTS accredited.
we provide well balanced hot lunches, snacks, tea and coffee during our events. All food is Halal.
4 day delegates receive a 1 year access to our video course /quiz web app. Single day registrations are not eligible for this.
All four day delegates receive a course bag and books. The books cover lectures from day 1,2, and 3.
we have single/variant day registration options available for those who cannot attend the course. Seee registration page for enrolment options.
Our US/UK faculty comprises of world-class consultant cardiothoracic surgeons who not only have mastery of the disciplines but also create an environment for effective learning. The faculty volunteer their time, delivering the 4 day course with a view to keeping registration prices as low as possible with the goal of making this course as accessible as possible to delegates from around the world. Our organisation's non profit ethos means, all funding is used exclusively to en-hence the course continually. Be sure to check our our individual faculty profiles with minute video excerpts from previous courses to give an invaluable insight into what to expect at our events.
Every 4 day delegate that attends our course will get one year access to our innovative, immersive web app that captures 80+ event lecture videos (includes archived footage from previous years) for continued learning. Randomized preview and follow-up quizzes will further aid in reinforcing learning. Our web app built with simplistic navigation and fast streaming HD videos, is used globally everyday. While we highly recommend that everyone attends the course at the Royal Society of Medicine to get a fantastic learning experience, our web app is available for purchase for those who cannot attend our event.
Over the 8 years, since the formation our renowned London Core Review cardiothoracic course, we have received delegates from all over the world. A dedicated video testimonials page showcases the numerous global testimonials our organisation has received. Visit the page by clicking/touching the link below.
While the London Core Review organisation does not directly get involved with travel visa applications for delegates travelling from abroad, we are happy to produce a PDF invitation letter which can be included as a supporting document. Through our course survey, which we conduct at the end of each event, we have learnt our letters are quite helpful in helping our course delegates with their visa applications as supporting documents. Kindly check for requirements from local British Embassy/High Commission, you may also use the button below which goes to an official UK government website. As visa applications can take time to process, we advice everything is planned in good time. We have produced a useful PDF to provide general advice which we advice you to read before submitting a request for an invitation letter. You may request this by emailing us directly using the option below, please ensure that the following is provided (responses normally within 24 hours) :
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, M.D. , Editor of Kirklin's Cardiac Surgery textbook and advanced by his son John Doty, winner of 2011 Dwight C. McGoon Mentoring award from the National Thoracic Surgery Residents Association. Donald Doty and John Doty's books Cardiac Surgery - Operative Techniques and Textbook of Cardiothoracic Surgery are highly reputed globally.View US Core Review
The London Core Review 2019 event will be held at the Royal College Of Physicians . The RCP is a British professional body dedicated to improving the practice of medicine, chiefly through the accreditation of physicians by examination. Founded in 1518, it set the first international standard in the classification of diseases, and its library contains medical texts of great historical interest. Complementary lunch, coffee and tea are available on all four days (all foods - Halal) for course delegates. Visit our venue page for more information.View Venue Page