Update: Registrations have closed for this event.
The Surgical Interest Group of Monash University Malaysia (SIGMUM) is excited to kickstart our first-ever research themed event with Dr. Anil Gandhi, and we want to welcome you to be a part of it!
As medical students, we are no strangers to Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM), yet, many of you may have questions about the ‘bigger picture.’
- Why and how is research more than just questionnaires & statistics?
- Why should we learn the foundations and skills of research now?
- How do we get involved, even as a student?
- How does research serve as a spearhead for greater prospects and achievements in your medical career?
- Why is it even important for me to know?
Join our 1.5 hour webinar to get answers to these questions and more.
You will receive an e-certificate after attending this webinar.
About our speaker
MBBS, M.S. (Surgery), F.C.L.S., G.C.H.E.
Academic Advisor for SIGMUM
Dr Anil Gandhi joined Monash University in August 2009 as a Clinical Associate Professor (Surgery). He graduated from Christian Medical College, India in 1980 and obtained his Master in Surgery from the renowned Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Education & Research, Chandigarh, India.
After post-graduation, Dr Gandhi worked in various hospitals in India and South-East Asia namely Brunei, Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong. He specializes in the field of Endoscopy, laparoscopy and upper GI & Bariatric Surgery.
For the last few years, Dr Gandhi has developed a keen interest in Medical Education. Before joining Monash University, Dr Gandhi was working at Queen Mary Hospital, University of Hong Kong and was Deputy Director at the centre for Education & Training within the Dept. of Surgery. He has worked extensively in the field of clinical & surgical skills lab and was a vital contributor in setting up skills centres in his previous places of work. His current plan is setting up a skills centre on-line apart from clinical interest in Endoscopy and Upper GI & Bariatric Surgery.
Speaker: Dr Anil Gandhi
Date: 15th May 2021 (Saturday)
Time: 10 AM – 11: 30 AM (MYT: Malaysian Standard Time)
Platform: Zoom (IDs will be sent via email after registration)
Price: RM 2; free for SIGMUM Webinar Pass holders*
*Note: SIGMUM members and subscribers are automatically Webinar Pass holders. Learn more about our Webinar Pass.
- E-certificates will be provided for participants who attend this webinar.
- Registration deadline: 13th May 2021, 11:59 PM MYT
- Limited availability on a first-come, first-serve basis.
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