How much do you know about Sarcoma?
About the course
Sarcoma Awareness Week 2nd – 8th July 2018
Chance to win funded, short- term clinical fellowships
Project supported by Bone cancer research Trust
How Much Do You Know About Sarcomas?
What would your differential diagnoses be?
What is the ideal referral/treatment plan?
*Complete our free e-learning module*
Please participate in our
National Sarcoma Awareness Project
(Open to all final year medical students and F1/F2 doctors)
If you are interested in taking part, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Please provide your name, designation ie Final year/F1/F2, Medical School/Hospital and email contact. You will receive the e-learning resources and the link to the online MCQs.
- Read selected e-learning resources
- Complete an online MCQs survey on sarcomas
- Receive a certificate of completion for your portfolio
The top scoring participants will be given the opportunity to take part in funded short term clinical fellowships at a regional sarcoma centre to further their knowledge on sarcomas and to boost their CV
Please help us increase sarcoma awareness, aid early diagnosis and save lives
Sarcoma Awareness Week 2-8 July 2018
Ms. Jennifer Lamb, Mr CR Chandrasekar.
National Sarcoma Awareness Project Team, Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospital, Liverpool
‘I’d advise any medical student to jump at an opportunity like this’ –Dr Philip Broadbent, Fellowship winner 2013, Scotland Deanery
‘If you are interested in oncology, it is worthwhile pursuing an elective at a tertiary centre like the Royal Marsden—the National Sarcoma Awareness Week offers some annual funded fellowships, which are worth keeping an eye out for.’ –Alexandra Ho, Fellowship winner 2013