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Click here for information relevant to surgical foundation doctors (F1 and F2) working and training at the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton. The general surgery firm structure at Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust is currently undergoing a period of reorganisation so some details recorded here may have changed.

Moore Firm Timetable for F1 and F2 doctors created by Etienne Moore
Summary of the Activities of the Moore Surgical Firm for F1 and F2 doctors
Moore Patient List created by Etienne Moore
One of the most important jobs of F1 house officers is to keep an up-to-date list of Mr Moore's in-patients
Discharge Summaries created by Etienne Moore
Typing a discharge summary to the GP when a patient leaves hospital is an essential job for Mr Moore's F1 doctor team
Morbidity and Mortality Meetings created by Etienne Moore
F1 house officers should record and present morbidity and mortality data
M&M meetings advice from Meera Joshi created by Etienne Moore
Meera Joshi, one of my surgical registrars, gives advice for F1s presenting at Morbidity and Mortality meetings here (written in October 2013)
Audit created by Etienne Moore
All Digestive Diseases F1 doctors are given an audit project to complete during their post
Mr Moore ward round presentation tips created by Etienne Moore
Get experience presenting on Mr Moore's teaching ward rounds and click here for hints and tips
Mr Moore's Medical Education Articles created by Etienne Moore
Click here for medical education articles by Mr Moore. Medical students and trainee doctors joining his firm would do well to read these articles because Mr Moore will often ask questions about these topics on his teaching ward rounds!
Advice from recent Moore-Ridings F1 House Officers created by Emilie Elliot and Jamie Franklin
Advice to future Moore-Ridings F1 House Officers and interested parties such as medical students from two doctors who have recently completed their F1 attachment on the Moore-Ridings firm. (Please note that Mr Moore now leads a different firm with Mr Lamah and that his timetable has changed since this article was written).
F1 Moore-Ridings Doctor Information created by Hannah Bainbridge
A Moore-Ridings F1 Doctor writes here about her post. (Please note that Mr Moore now leads a different firm with Mr Lamah and that his timetable has changed since this article was written).
Laparoscopic skills station created by Etienne Moore
A laparoscopic trainer is available at RSCH for those wishing to practise laparoscopic skills
Sepsis - A Short Synopsis for Foundation Year (FY) doctors created by Etienne Moore
Lola Eid-Arimoku (surgical registrar to Mr Moore 2014) writes here about sepsis
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