The National CAMHS Conference 2017 London

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The National Children and Young Peoples Mental Health Conference will be happening on Thursday 6th July at the Royal National Hotel, London.

Addressing children’s mental health is everyone’s business and will require investment, expertise, commitment and joined-up working from the public, private and third sectors to ensure we deliver the high quality mental health support that our young people deserve to thrive in the future.

The National CAMHS Conference is to explore a whole-system approach focused on prevention of mental ill health, early intervention and intergration of services.

More information and the full programme can be found here.

SORA National Conference 2017

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Looking to present a piece of research you have done and gain recognition? Are you interested in academic medicine? Want to know what it takes to make the Academic Foundation Programme? Simply interested in gaining research opportunities?

Imperial College Society of Research and Academia presents the National Conference 2017! This is taking place on the 18th of March. With our fantastic line up of inspiring speakers, you can learn about the research options and academic career choices available. We’ll also be holding a diverse range of engaging workshops, including a workshop on how to master the AFP application and interview, lead by experts to help you hone the skills needed to succeed in this field.

This is a fast selling event so be sure not to miss out! Tickets are available here for only £7.

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Global Health Conference 2017

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St George’s University of London Medsin Group is hosting their annual Global Health Conference 2017. ‘Challenging Borders: Addressing the barriers to Global Health’ will take place on Saturday 25th February.

The conference aims to shine a spotlight on the impact of division as an obstacle to global health. Borders can be physical, such as nation lines or geographical impediments, man-made, such as walls and prisons, but also more abstract, such as stigma towards mental health.All create a barrier to personal, community, and international well-being. Many examples exist today, and none more topical than the myriad issues surrounding migrant health. Success has been varied in addressing these barriers.

‘Challenging Borders’ focuses on the effects of these barriers on health and what can be done to overcome them. The day will consist of a morning of talks and in the afternoon attendees will have the opportunity to engage in stimulating interactive sessions to broaden their understanding and approach to these issues. Over the next few weeks we will be announcing the line up of high-profile speakers and organisations. Tickets will be available soon from St George’s Student Union website.

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RMS MedEd Conference

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Royal Medical Society Conference: Calling all medical and biomedical science abstracts! DEADLINE MONDAY 23RD JANUARY

The Royal Medical Society of Edinburgh is calling from abstracts of all fields for its 7th National Conference on the 5th March. Importantly, whilst the topic is medical education, abstracts from all of medicine/ biomedical sciences are accepted, allowing all students to present their work. Along with detailed feedback, all successful abstracts will be published in the journal of the Royal Medical Society, Res Medica. The top 3 abstracts will be offered an oral presentation, whilst the rest shall be entered into the poster competition.

For information on how to submit your abstract, as well as our submission rules, please visit our Eventbrite page or our Facebook event. Here you will also find more information on the day itself and be able to purchase tickets! Early bird tickets for our conference (£8) close on Friday!

– 3 talks from prominent speakers in the field of medical education
– A choice of 2 workshop sessions from an available 6
– A chance to see pioneering research from students across the country
– An extensive buffet lunch
– Morning refreshments, tea and coffee
– Delegate bag with freebies and personalised name badge

ASiT International Surgical Conference

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The 2017 ASiT International Surgical Conference will be held in the beautiful seaside town of Bournemouth, 31st March – 2nd April 2017. With a fantastic line up of plenaries and workshops, covering topics across surgical practice, training and research, there is something for delegates of all stages of training. Don’t miss our legendary gala dinner!

This is a fantastic opportunity for medical students to present and network with over 800 surgical trainees on an international scale for a significantly reduced price (just £89!). Additionally there are a number of tailored medical student prizes for entrants and specific medical student breakout sessions!

Speakers include:
Presidents of all four Surgical Royal Colleges
Chief Scientific Officer Chair of the Joint Committee on Surgical Training
Director of Medecins Sans Frontieres
Chair of the General Medical Council

We are delighted to also announce that abstract submission is now open!
There are over 20 specialty prizes to be won, including the ASiT Medal, Poster of Distinction Prize, and Medical Student Prize. Our prize cash pot has now reached over £3000! We welcome abstracts of audits, original research, pilot-projects, case reports, systematic reviews or meta-analysis. International trainee submissions are welcome from outside UK and Ireland.

Please follow the link below to submit your abstract, deadline 16th January 2017.
Early Bird Rates now available, PLUS a heavily discounted rate for ASiT members; starting at just £89 for medical students, the cheapest international surgical conference fee around!

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