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Click here for information relevant to medical students. 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.

Introduction to Moore Firm created by Etienne Moore
Those students attached to Mr Moore should click here for further information
Mr Moore Firm Timetable for Medical Students created by Etienne Moore
Summary of the Activities of Mr Moore Surgical Firm for Medical Students
Moore In-Patient Lists created by Etienne Moore
Medical students attached to Mr Moore's firm should obtain the patient list from the F1 house officers. They should use the list to make sure that they understand the reason for admission for all Moore patients and use the list to write down any aide memoires about patients' clinical scenarios and any questions that they want to ask. Use the patient list during the surgical attachment to make sure that you understand what every patient's surgical story is when you visit them each day on the daily ward round. The patient list is a confidential Trust document and should be treated with great respect and disposed of appropriately. Please use the level 9A shredders to dispose of any confidential papers that are no longer required. Confidential Trust documents should not be taken out of Trust buildings unless officially authorised. Medical students who do not keep the information on patient lists private and confidential will be disciplined.
Tips on how to present on Mr Moore's ward rounds created by Etienne Moore
Click here to find out what Mr Moore looks for in a consultant ward round presentation
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!
A student's experience on the Moore-Ridings firm created by Paul Zeun
A medical student who has completed his Moore-Ridings surgical firm year 3 attachment writes here. (Please note that Mr Moore now leads a different firm with Mr Lamah and that his timetable has changed since this article was written).
A third year medical student's experience created by Guy Mole
A BSMS 3rd year medical students writes about their time 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).
Mr Moore's Year 3 Case Based Discussion Examination Tips created by Etienne Moore
Click here for tips on how to do well in the BSMS third year surgical case based discussion exams
Mr Moore's Year 3 and Year 5 OSCE Exams hints and tips created by Etienne Moore
Mr Moore is a regular OSCE surgery examiner and BSMS students can find his hints and tips for success here
Laparoscopic skills station created by Etienne Moore
A laparoscopic trainer is available for use by medical students if they are accompanied by a departmental doctor
Morbidity and Mortality meetings created by Etienne Moore
Click here for further information about these important departmental meetings
Sepsis - A Short Synopsis for Foundation Year (FY) doctors created by Etienne Moore
See here for a surgical registrar's comments about sepsis
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