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Interview: Dr Yu Jeat Chong

Dr Chong Graduated from Imperial College London and is now a ophthalmology trainee. He organises talks and courses at a range of events including venues like Imperial Warf in London and the Royal Society of Medicine. Yu Jeat has a keen business mind and has completed an MSc in informatics. Alongside his clinical practice, he has also…

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My Talk: think small, not big

I couldn’t get to sleep until 4am. It wasn’t nerves, I’ve become used to giving talks. I’d recently done a stint of nights and ever since I passed the age of 25 I find it harder and harder to readjust back to a normal sleep pattern. Luckily my talk was at 3pm so arriving at…

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Good idea! Don’t tell anyone

The summer days are starting to cool down, night shifts are finished and my sleep pattern is taking full advantage. I always seem to be looking forward to the change in weather. Midway through summer I long for the crisp air and early nights of winter. Midway through winter, I can’t wait for the long…

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Prepping for talks

Once again I am finding shelter in a local coffee shop. The sun is beating down and my week is packed and this is my last couple of hours of freedom for the next eleven days. In the next eleven days I have nine night shifts in accident and emergency, a day where I shadow…

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