British Society for the History of Medicine Congress

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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

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“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

***Abstract and Early Bird Registration Deadline March 31st 2017***

MedTech inaugural National Student Conference

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MedTech inaugural National Student Conference is happening at Imperial on the 25th of March!

This is the perfect opportunity for students from universities across the UK who are interested in the integration of healthcare, business and technology! Gain more exposure and insight into the MedTech industry with:

– Talks from experienced personnel in the field
– Workshops to equip students with the basic information and skills to help you start your own healthcare innovations
– A Pitching contest with expert feedback for any of you with ideas!

The keynote speaking is Professor TONY YOUNG the NHS National Clinical Director for Innovation. Professor Young has successfully founded four of his own medical start-ups as well as the world-renowned £500m MedTech Campus. He has a passion for inspiring healthcare professionals to transform the NHS into the “Silicon Valley of healthcare”.

Students from ALL academic backgrounds are welcome! As places for the conference are limited please ensure you sign up early.

Facebook event:

https://www.facebook.com/events/1410810252287101/?active_tab=discussion

Purchase your ticket from the following link for only £5:

https://www.medtechstudent.org/conference

Lunch will be provided!

National Undergraduate Neuroanatomy competition

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National Undergraduate Neuroanatomy competition (poster attached) to be held in Southampton on 8th April. More information can be found on the poster below.

Undergraduate Symposium on Prehospital, Emergency and Extreme Medicine 2017

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The Undergraduate Symposium on Prehospital, Emergency and Extreme Medicine 2017 will be held at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff on Saturday 10th June 2017. We are excited to welcome medical students from across the UK to our Symposium.

More information can be found on our Facebook event page.
Please feel free to contact PEMS via pemscardiff@gmail.com or like our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pemscardiff/ .
More details about the keynote speakers and workshops will be released soon. We look forward to seeing you at the event!