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Number of items: 125.

Acute management of suspected spinal injury

Slides accompanying lecture on the assessment and systemic effects of spinal cord injury

Admission under the mental health act (MHA)

Slides explaining why someone might be sectioned and who is involved

Amenorrhoea and oligomenorrhoea

Slides accompanying lecture on the definitions, possible causes, history, examination, investigation and management of amenorrhoea and oligomenorrhoea

Anaesthesia Lecture

Lecture from Dr Wimbush


Slides accompanying lecture covering: how the body sense pain; the various drug groups involved in treating pain; the mechanism of action and the major adverse effects of these drugs

Anatomy and pathology of head injury

Slides accompanying session on the anatomy and pathology for intracranial haemorrhage, diffuse axonal injury and contusions, and ischaemia/hypoxia

Anatomy for O & G

Presentation by Dr J Rust

Anatomy of the male/female pelvis, perineum and genitalia

Slides accompanying lecture on the anatomy of the male and female pelvis, perineum and genitalia

Anatomy of the upper and lower limbs

Slides accompanying anatomy lecture

Ante-natal Care

Lecture from Mrs.K.Sargant

Anti-convulsant drugs (anti-epileptics)

Slides accompanying lecture covering: types of epilepsy; stages of epilepsy; drug treatment for epilepsy

Antidepressant drugs

Slides accompanying lecture looking at drug strategies in the treatment of depression

Aseptic Non Touch Technique

Lecture from Claire Townsend January 2017

Assessment of the patient with head injury

Slides accompanying lecture exploring a head injury case study

Autoregulation of cerebral blood flow

Slides accompanying lecture on autoregulation and treating raised ICP

Back Examination Lecture

Examination of the spine lecture by Dr. S. Frye 2016.2017

Basic bone biology and bone remodelling

Slides accompanying lecture covering: bone structure; intramembranous and endochondral bone formation; how bone cells interact in bone remodelling; osteoporosis

Behaviours that can be challenging within an acute setting

Slides accompanying lecture describing behaviours shown by dementia patients and how to respond

Blood Glucose Lecture

Lecture from Mrs Claire Townsend January 2017

Blood supply to the CNS

Slides accompanying lecture on the vascular supply of the brain, covering: the arterial supply of the CNS; its venous drainage; cerebrovascular disease

Bones, muscles and falls

Slides accompanying lecture on osteoporosis and falls prevention


Slides accompanying lecture covering: the basic anatomy of the brainstem; common clinical lesion sites; correlating cranial nerve functions to brainstem reflexes

Brainstem and cranial nerve anatomy

Slides accompanying lecture on the anatomy of the brainstem and the cranial nerves

Calcium homeostasis

Slides accompanying lecture exploring how calcium homeostasis is maintained, the disorders resulting from loss of calcium homeostasis and the skeletal changes occurring in rickets/osteomalacia

Case-based discussion: gynaecology

Slides describing history-taking, examination and investigations for a gynaecological case study

Clinical assessment of the gynaecology patient

Slides accompanying lecture on a gynaecological clinical assessment, covering history taking, examination, investigations and a case-based discussion

Clinical manifestations of HIV and AIDS

Slides accompanying lecture on HIV and AIDS, describing the clinical features and symptoms by system, and some clinical vignettes

Clinical vignettes - pituitary

Case studies for discussion

Common Problems in the Elderly

Presentation given by Dr Oswell

Cushing's syndrome - pituitary lecture by Dr Oswell

Slides accompanying lecture on the symptoms, signs, screening tests, investigations and treatment for Cushing's syndrome. Updated for 2015.

Dementia screening

Slides accompanying lecture covering: recent changes in screening; screening from a patient's perspective; comparing screening tools; the effects of screening on a patient and their family

Dementias and mild cognitive disorder

Slides accompanying lecture on dementia and MCI, covering: epidemiology; risk and genetics; differential diagnoses; assessment; types of dementia; management


Slides accompanying lecture on depression, covering: types of depression; diagnosis; history taking; psychological and pharmacological treatment

Depression - case based discussion

Slides looking at different case scenarios

Depression Cases

Dr S. Frye November 2016

Development of the nervous system, motor and sensory systems - part 2

Slides accompanying session on the embryological development of the nervous system, and related clinical fetal malformations

Diagnosis & Medical Management of Dementia

Presentation given by Larissa Ryan

Drugs for Parkinsonism

Slides accompanying lecture on the drugs used to treat Parkinson's disease

Dysmenorrhoea Presentation

Presentation by Mrs K Sargant

ECG Revision

Revision Lecture by Dr S. Frye January 2017

Early supported discharge team

Slides accompanying lecture on the ESD service

Endocrine Cases

presentation given by Richard Crane during Endocrine Week

Endocrine control of the menstrual cycle

Slides accompanying lecture covering: functions of the menstrual cycle; timeline of female reproductive function; hormonal contraception

Endocrine system: hypothalamus, pituitary, adrenal and thyroid glands

Slides accompanying lecture on the anatomy of the hypothalamus, pituitary, adrenal and thyroid glands


Slides accompanying lecture on the demographics, definitions, classifications and management of epilepsy

Experiencing and coping with MS

Slides accompanying lecture on psychological adjustment to living with chronic illness, looking at multiple sclerosis

Falls in the Elderly

Lecture by Dr Gail Loudon November 2016

Falls in the elderly

Falls in the elderly by Dr Gail Loudon, Clinical Falls Lead for RHCH AWHH.

Female reproductive system

Slides accompanying lecture on the gross anatomy of the uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes, including their relation to surrounding structures, blood supply and innervation

Final Slides for PMS: Fact of Fiction? The Social Construction of a Disease

This is the final and complete version of the slides

GALS - gait, arms, legs, spine

Slides explaining GALS screening examination

Gametogenesis and Implantation

Presentation by Mrs R Behrens

Gametogenesis to implantation

Slides accompanying lecture on gametogenesis, fertlisation and implantation

Gynae Case Based Discussion 2016

Lecture from Mrs. K. Sargant


Slides accompanying lecture on HIV, covering: epidemiology; clinical presentation; HIV testing; prevention

HIV quiz

Quiz to revise information covered in HIV lectures

Heavy Menstrual Bleeding Presentation

Presentation by Mrs K Sargant 2016

Hip and shoulder

Slides accompanying lecture on the anatomy of the hip and shoulder, covering: the structure and function of synovial joints; the axilla and femoral triangle; the brachial and lumbosacral plexuses

History taking and GALS Lecture

Clinical assessment of the musculoskeletal system lecture from Dr S. Frye 2016.2017

Immunology Workshop

No description.

Interactive discussion - dementia and delirium

Slides accompanying discussion of case presentation, comparing dementia and delirium

Introduction to the reproductive system

Slides accompanying lecture describing the anatomy of the male reproductive system

Knee and elbow

Slides accompanying session covering: the structure and function of the knee and elbow; cubital and popliteal fossa; dermatomes and peripheral nerve distribution; myotomes

Learning and memory

Slides accompanying lecture covering: key psychological theories of learning and how these are relevant to treating and managing health conditions; key research findings regarding human memory, and the implications for students, doctors and patients

Long-term care

Slides accompanying geronotology lecture looking at disability in older people and options for long-term care

Mature person: case scenario

Slides describing the examination, history, investigations, diagnosis and treatment for a case study of an older patient who has had a fall

Menopause Presentation

Presentation by Mrs K Sargant 2015, covering: the definition and pathophysiology; chronic conditions affecting PM health, HRT

Multiple sclerosis

Slides accompanying lecture on the pathology, diagnosis, treatment and management of MS

Muscle and innervation 1

Slides accompanying session covering: the micro and macroscopic structure of muscle; the sarcomere; the brachial and lumbrosacral plexuses

Nerve cells and response to injury

Slides accompanying lecture covering: neuroglia in the CNS and PNS; nerve cell injury; types of neuronal damage; degeneration and regeneration

Neurological examination

Slides accompanying lecture on carrying out a physical examination of the peripheral nervous system

Normal Labour

Presentation by Kate Wildman

Normal birth

Slides accompanying lecture outlining the physiology of normal birth, and explaining how midwives facilitate normal birth and create a positive birth experience

Obstetric History Taking 2

Lecture by Dr Shah

Overview of rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis

Slides accompanying session comparing the clinical and radiographic features of RA and OA; the presentation and management of RA and OA, and the role of the MDT in managing RA

Oxygen and Inhaler Technique

Lecture from Mrs Claire Townsend January 2017

Pain Management Lecture

Lecture from Sonia Rushby & Charlotte Dore

Parkinson's disease and movement disorders

Slides accompanying lecture covering: common movement disorders; clinical features of Parkinson's disease (iPD); treatments available

Pathology and pathogenesis of arthritis

Self-study module giving an overview of the pathogenesis and pathology of osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis

Pathology of ageing and dementia

Slides accompanying lecture looking at how the brain changes with age and dementia, including Alzheimer's disease, vascular dementia, Creutzfeldt-Jacob disease and Huntingdon's disease

Pelvic Anatomy Presentation 2015

By Tim Hookway- uploaded November 2015

Pelvic Contents - BM4

No description.

Pelvis Anatomy - BM4

No description.

Peripheral neurological examination

A guide to peripheral neurological examination written by a student

Physiological adaptations at birth

Slides accompanying lecture covering: birth; intrauterine life; foetal and neonatal circulation; the first breath; renal and other systems; jaundice and neonatal resuscitation

Physiology of the Menstrual Cycle

Lecture from Mrs.K.Sargant

Placental anatomy and function

Slides accompanying lecture covering: what the placenta does; placental structure at term; placental development; how the placenta functions as a barrier; how nutrients are transported across the placental barrier; how placental hormones change maternal physiology

Porter House Blues Lecture

Lecture from Dr A Oswell 2016.2017

Psychological adjustment in multiple sclerosis

Slides accompanying lecture on psychological adjustment to living with chronic illness, looking at multiple sclerosis

Psychological factors and interventions for chronic pain

Slides accompanying lecture covering: models, theories and research on the psychology of pain; the types of psychological interventions used in chronic pain

Psychological impact of HIV

Slides accompanying lecture by representative from the organisation 'Positive action - embracing life with HIV'

Recognition of self from non-self

Slides accompanying lecture covering: the function of T-cells; how antigens are processed and presented to T-cells; how T-cells recognise foreign antigens; how they know to respond only to these

Rehabilitation after head injury

Slides accompanying lecture describing the rehabilitation process for head injuries

Rheumatoid Arthritis & Osteoarthritis Lecture

Lecture from Dr Frye 2016.2017

Screening for Swallowing Problems

Lecture from Ailsa Bond and Suzanne Ramos Speech and Language Therapists

Services - Depression Risk Assessment Dr Gleeson 2015

Presentation from Dr Gleeson November 2015.

Skull and meninges

Slides accompanying lecture on the anatomy of head injury

Social aspects of ageing

Slides accompanying gerontology lecture on population ageing; the impact of longer life expectancy; changing working and family lives

Spinal Cord Injury

Slides by Dr Sam Hall

Spinal Lecture

Lecture from Mr Bandi 2016.2017

Spinal cord

Slides accompanying lecture reviewing spinal cord anatomy and pathways, and relating this to spinal cord injury

Spinal cord - clinically relevant anatomy

Slides accompanying lecture on the anatomy of the spinal cord

Spinal imaging interpretation for the non-radiologist

Slides describing the available spinal imaging modalities and their common clinical indications; the pros and cons of each modality; the typical appearance of normal spinal anatomy and common pathologic findings

Summary of the known major neurotransmitters

Table explaining the function of the main neurotransmitters, the effect of deficit and surplus for each, and how drugs can effect synaptic transmission


Slides accompanying lecture covering: the structures and mechanisms involved in swallowing; the clinical importance of swallowing

Taking a sexual history and sexually transmitted infections

Slides accompanying lecture covering: an introduction to taking a sexual history; common symptoms; summary of sexually transmitted infections (STIs); case scenarios

The Deteriorating Patient 2016

Presentation by Teresa Connolly and Lesley Hollister

The Mental Health Act

Presentation given by Dr Richard Crane

The doctors role in maintaining patient confidentiality and their responsibility to wider community

Slides accompanying lecture on HIV testing, looking at confidentiality and disclosure, and considering case scenarios

The gate control theory of pain

Information about the gate control theory of pain, from Chesterfield PCT Health Psychology service

The genetic and cellular basis of ageing

Slides accompanying lecture on the mechanisms of ageing; longevity genes; how genes influence ageing; syndromes of premature ageing. Also two papers for further reading.

The spine

Slides accompanying lecture on the anatomy of the vertebral column

Thyroid Assessment Lecture

Lecture by Dr. S Frye 2016

Thyroid clinical cases

Four example cases for conisderation

Thyroid examination

Slides and proforma explaining how to examine the thyroid

Transmission of electrical signals by the nervous system

Slides accompanying lecture covering: chemical and electrical gradients; membrane potential; generation of action potentials; transmission along nerves; synaptic and junctional transmission; initiation of action potentials in neurons

UPDATED Medicine Handbook 2016

Updated Medicine Handbook for First Rotation only.

Vertebral column

Slides accompanying lecture looking at the anatomy of the vertebral column

Viruses in medicine

Slides accompanying lecture exploring the different mechanisms of viral replication and the implications that these have for viral transmission, identification and control

This list was generated on Mon Sep 25 08:59:29 2017 BST.