Dissertation Training Day 2012
The Faculty of Occupational Medicine (FOM) hosted a Dissertation Training Day in April 2012. The day was aimed at trainees and was particularly helpful for trainees in their early stages of planning for their dissertation. The presentations from the day are available below.
Introduction to study design and analysis for the MFOM dissertation 2012 – Dr Katherine Venables 
How to avoid plagiarism – Dr Harvey Marcovitch 
Looking at project findings and presenting them clearly – Professor Paul Cullinan 
Working up your ideas and integrating the project into your training programme – Dr Jon Poole 
Principles of Assessment for Examining the MFOM Dissertation 2012
FOM hosted a one-day workshop aimed at FOM assessors, or those considering becoming assessors in the future, and educational supervisors. The presentations from the day are available below.
Introduction presentation – Dr Katherine Venables 
MFOM Protocol Review – Dr Katherine Venables 
How to approach the assessment of a completed dissertation – Professor Raymond Agius 
Publishing MFOM Dissertations – Professor David Coggon 
Detecting and preventing plagiarism – Dr Jude Carroll