. Superficial lesions . Abdomen and trunk . Musculoskeletal and neurology . Circulation and lymphatic systems . Communications skills
Professor Marc Gladman MBBS DRCOG DFFP PhD MRCOG MRCS(Eng) FRCS(Gen Surg) is a Professor of Surgery at Blacktown / Mount Druitt Hospitals in Sydney, Australia and holds the position of Chair of Surgery at the School of Medicine of the University of Western Sydney. He qualified from King's College School of Medicine, University of London and completed training in obstetrics and gynaecology and general surgery in the UK. He won the prestigious Frances and Augustus Newman Foundation Research Fellowship and the HJ Windsor Prize of the Royal College of Surgeons of England and The Worshipful Company of Cutlers' Fellowship in Surgery. After being awarded a PhD for a period of original research by the University of London, he began higher training in general surgery as a specialist registrar, but later moved to integrated academic training as a NIHR clinical lecturer. He then went on to complete senior training fellowships in London and Sydney before securing his Chair in Surgery in Sydney. He is committed to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and career development. During the last 10 years, he has been extensively involved in surgical examinations at multiple centres in the UK and Australia and has designed, directed and delivered a portfolio of educational courses.
Highly Commended Award in BMA Book Awards
"Clinical Cases and OSCEs in Surgery is essential reading for any medical student looking for a book to help with examination skills. It is written to guide the reader how to perform the examination in a systematic step-by-step fashion. Reading this book you almost feel like you are at the patient's bedside. New Zealand Medical Journal "An excellent and comprehensive book of surgical OSCE stations . as a tool for passing surgical OSCEs / clinical exams I rate this book as very useful." King's College London Surgical Society "The authors of this book have definitely succeeded in their goal of developing a ready reference textbook for examination candidates. The way in which the information is delivered is attractive and also stimulates further reading. I will certainly be recommending it to both undergraduate students as well as basic surgical trainees. " Australia & New Zealand Journal of Surgery