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23 February 2018

Welcome to our next instalment of Digital digest. We try to look out for interesting bits we find online. Connect with us on social media to let us know of anything we might miss.

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Watch


The Royal College of Physicians is celebrating its 500th anniversary this year. Have a look at this cartoon video detailing their 500 years of history. 

Find out what else the RCP have been doing to celebrate by following #RCP500

 

With the Winter Olympics in full swing, Andrew Liteplo's video has gone viral in the medical professional community. The video demonstrates his curling efforts in the ultrasound department, coining the tag #sonolympics 

 


 

Look

History Professor Jaipreet Virdi has shared this fascinating photo from 1870 of a blood transfusion.

  


 

Listen

Did you know that the American Society of Haematology produce regular podcasts? Listen to Omar Abdel-Wahab, MD discuss 'Vitamin C Treatment Restores TET2 Deficiency and Confers Sensitivity to PARP Inhibition'. 

 


 

Read

Each week the NHS put someone from the organisation in charge of their Twitter feed. This week it was Anthony who is the Assistant Director for Organ Donation and Nursing. Click on his profile for more of Anthony's tweets.

 

St George's London have highlighted a recent article from the Independent which includes a demonstrative video about Cancer-hunting 'nanorobots'.


 

Run

Fancy a run? Why not do it to support haematology services at University College London Hospital?


 

And Finally...

On the subject of organ donation, we wanted to share the joy of what a donation can mean to a family. 


Have a look at our past Digital Digests for more interesting pieces from earlier weeks:

Digital Digest - 16 February

Digital Digest - 9 February

Digital Digest - 2 February

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