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Amanda Nikolic
First Incision
A podcast about preparing for the General Surgery Fellowship Exam. Each year, Australian and New Zealand surgical trainees sit this exam in order to gain a 'fellowship' in General Surgery. This podcast follows one trainee doctor on her journey towards FRACS (Fellowship Royal Australian College of Surgeons).
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 28 ratings
The key to success
I listened to this podcast every day to and from work since it’s inception, and I have no doubt it helped me recently pass the exam. It served as a great adjunct to my other study, with thoroughly covered content and a true exam focus. We’ll done Amanda and thank-you, however I do look forward to...Read full review »
Appreciative Trainee via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/11/21
Fantastic reliable resource
Have to give it up for Amanda here. I am recommending this resource to all my trainees. She makes the content interesting and packs each episode with high yield information. As a HPB surgeon, I’m also thoroughly impressed with the level of nuanced knowledge she has about HPB pathologies and...Read full review »
HPBSurgeonSydney via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/18/21
Valuable resource
Very clearly, concisely and eloquently spoken. Up to the point. No BS. High yield facts. These podcasts have been a staple in my weekly drives to and from country Victoria. I prefer this to a similar US based podcast (BTK). I hope that you continue making these podcasts and cover the entire...Read full review »
surgicalregistrar via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/13/21
Recent Episodes
This week's trauma episode is presented with our guest host Ben Finlay. We cover hollow viscus injuries including: - gastric - duodenal - small bowel - colonic, and - rectal injuries We also cover pelvic trauma including: - pelvic fractures and the Young and Burgess classification - pelvic...
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Published 01/10/22
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