The Institute of Medical Ethics are hosting their first annual student conference on Saturday 10th February 2018, at the University of Sheffield.
This promises to be a valuable and stimulating experience for the development of Medical Students, and is free of charge.
Please find attached the event poster: Conference Poster_IME_2017
Booking details can be found using this link.
Anyone wishing to submit an Abstract should do so through the following submission portal.
David Charchoglyan is the IME Committee Student Lead.
“Annual Meeting Essay Awards 2017 for Medical Students & Foundation Doctors Y1/2”
1. Deep impact: the impact of interventional radiology on modern patient care
2. The art of intervention: describe a case where interventional radiology played a major role in treating the patient and what you learnt?
Please select one of the essay title options above. There is a drop down menu on the submission site.
- ELIGIBILITY: medical students and foundation doctors year 1 , 2.
- Entrants are asked to provide an essay using one of the titles above
- Word limit is 500 words
- Deadline for submission is 30th August 2017
- Once submission is complete an automated email with unique number will be emailed to you Please retain this
- Best 2 essays will be published in the BSIR Delegate Handbook 2017 and BSIR website.
- Certificates of awards will be given to all recipients
AWARD DETAILS : An award (£300 plus free annual meeting registration ) will be made towards travel and accommodation at the BSIR 2017 ICC Birmingham 1st – 3rd Nov 2017 . It is anticipated that this award will be given for attendance on all three days of the annual meeting. A prorated rate will be in place for reduced attendance. A record of attendance at BSIR 2017 Annual Meeting sessions will be required for reimbursement.
Essays will be scored on:
- Quality of the construction of the case
- Relevance to BSIR& IR
Any queries to firstname.lastname@example.org or call direct + 44 (0) 141 942 8104
Should you find yourself at a loose end and fancy earning some money whilst immersing yourself in medical notes; come and join us at a friendly GP practice in Shepherds Bush.
Your hours can be flexible and you will be supported by friendly staff and a couple of knowledgeable GPs.
No experience required; apart from enthusiasm and a slight sense of humor. We will train you up. £10/hour
Please contact me at:
email@example.com if interested or you require more details.
- Date: Tues 15th August
- Time: 6pm
- Venue: Royal College of GPs, 30 Euston Sq, London
Medicine Unboxed: MAPS – 25-26 November 2017, Parabola Arts Centre, Cheltenham, UK Call for Participation in Medicine Unboxed Students
Closing date: Midnight Sunday 16 July 2017
Medicine Unboxed aims to inspire conversation in society and healthcare. Practiced now in a world of extraordinary scientific and therapeutic advances, medicine nonetheless faces huge ethical, political and social challenges. Medicine Unboxed engages the general public with healthcare professionals to explore wider questions around life, social justice, illness and mortality. We believe the arts can illuminate these questions, bring us to debate, foster awe, wonder, and perhaps even humility.
Our events – Unboxed (2009), Stories (2010), Values (2011), Belief (2012), Voice (2013), Frontiers (2014), Mortality (2015), Wonder (2016) – are theatrical, moving and challenging, and draw sell-out audiences of over three hundred people. We bring writers, politicians, philosophers, musicians, performers and theologians into dialogue with patients and clinicians, indeed all of us who will one day be patients.
We are inviting applications for this year’s Medicine Unboxed student interns. Our interns are integral to the running of Medicine Unboxed events and also present their own original work and ideas within the events. Presentations are fifteen minutes long including time for questions, and can take any form at all; in fact, the more creative the better. We welcome and encourage applications from all student disciplines, including art, drama, music, medicine, literary studies, philosophy and allied health subjects. All travel expenses will be remunerated and accommodation arranged.
Applications should be 500 words long and specify: name, presentation title, planned format, contact details including email and mobile phone number, educational institution and subject being studied. The closing date for applications is midnight Sunday 16 July 2017. The four winning interns will be announced on Friday 4 August 2017. Please send all applications and any enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.