Latest winning review in Trainees’ eJournal Club – Dr Lok Yi Tan, Congratulations!

We are delighted to announce our eJournal Club Submission Winner for September - October 2021

Congratulations to Dr Lok Yi Tan, a second year BST Trainee who is currently working in University Hospital Limerick, for submitting the winning review for September – October 2021.

Dr Lok Yi Tan’s submission is entitled “Tirzepatide versus Semaglutide Once Weekly in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes”

She chose this paper because of the ongoing exciting field of new diabetes treatment. While we are starting to embrace the use of SGLT-2 inhibitors in cardiorenal disease and GLP-1 RA in tackling obesity, another agent which has dual mechanism is being developed and has shown superiority to the current agent on the market. Pending its outcome on the cardiovascular trial, it could potentially be practice-changing.

Dr Lok Yi Tan’s career interest is in endocrinology.

You can read the winning submission below.

Dr Lok Yi Tan

Read the winning ejournal club review for September - October 2021

Tirzepatide versus Semaglutide Once Weekly in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes by Dr Lok Yi Tan

About the eJournal Club

Our eJournal Club, launched in October 2019, is for doctors in Basic and Higher Specialist Training. It's a unique opportunity to share reviews of practice-changing articles with over 1,000 doctors.

The eJournal Club is in RCPI Brightspace, our virtual learning environment, and is open for submissions from doctors in BST and HST.

Trainees are welcome to submit reviews presented at journal clubs in their hospital. Articles must be relevant to the specialty of General Internal Medicine.

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