We will be celebrating the 10th birthday of the Royal Parks Half and we’d love for you to join us in these celebrations. This stunning central London half marathon takes in the capital’s world-famous landmarks. Sign up today for one of our guaranteed places.
Sunday 8 October
Only £30 to register and £300 sponsorship pledge
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We welcome submissions (maximum 400 words) for oral and poster presentation at the APM Juniors Conference 2017, which will be held at the Education and Conference Centre, City Hospital Campus, Nottingham on Saturday 4th November 2017.
Please submit the attached with your abstract (maximum 400 words using ‘background, methods, results, discussion’ format) to email@example.com. Two submissions will be offered a 15 minute oral presentation. Please use the form to indicate if you would NOT like your abstract to be considered for this.
The deadline for submissions is Monday 14th August 2017.
Abstracts will be peer-reviewed and successful applicants informed by Monday 18th September, 2017.
This forum is an excellent way for medical students and juniors to gain presentation experience at a national conference. It represents a useful networking opportunity, and will offer valuable learning on topics pertinent to a career in palliative medicine. We look forward to your submissions. Queries regarding the above should be addressed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The British Society for the History of Medicine Congress is in Edinburgh this year.
Keynote speakers will include Philippa Langley , who led the successful search for the remains of Richard III, and the Guthrie lecture will be delivered by Professor David Watters from Melbourne. The Congress is being held in association with the Society for the Social History of Medicine whose sponsored keynote speaker is Professor Malcolm Nicolson.
We are keen to encourage medical students and students of history of medicine to attend the Congress and present a poster or paper.
Students have reduced delegate rates and there are bursaries for travel and delegate fees for students who register as delegates. More information can be found on the poster below.
“Frontiers in TBI 2017”
13-14th July, South Kensington, London (UK)
· A 2-day scientific program at the forefront of TBI research.
· Networking with colleagues from a range of disciplines.
· A beautiful location in Central London.
We have a fantastic speaker line-up, covering major topics in TBI, from big data collaborations to animal models, from neuropsychiatric complications to new treatment approaches. We’ll also be covering sports TBI, military TBI and medicolegal aspects. Our speakers include: David Brody, Lee Goldstein, David Sharp, David Menon, Steve Gentleman, Tony Belli, Marten Risling, Simon Fleminger, Seena Fazel, Tom McMillan, Faraneh Vargha-Khadem… This promises to be an exciting conference for any scientist or clinician working within the field of TBI.
For full details: www.frontiersintbi.org