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EEPD Volume  21. Learning

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A source for items of potential use when studying or teaching Obstetrics or Gynaecology.


1. At present each time someone needs to give an Obstetrics or Gynaecology Powerpoint Presentation they almost always have to start from scratch with a blank computer screen. 


It seemed to me probable that some doctors, having spent some time preparing a good presentation on, for example “Endometriosis”, might not mind if other doctors or teachers elsewhere in the world subsequently made use of their material as the basis for their own later presentation. The new user would thus be able to spend more time looking up the most recent information, or on other more urgent tasks in a busy world rather than recreating a completely fresh lecture.


One idea for this volume was therefore to provide web-space for any volunteers to download any potentially useful powerpoint presentations which they have taken time preparing and are now willing for others to use cost free.


2. Hyperlinks to Free Electronic Textbooks concerned with Obstetrics (and Gynaecology)


3. Miscellaneous Advice.


4. Printable A4 pages suitable for laminating or using with a Overhead Projector.


    Rupert Fawdry (5 Aug 2010)




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