Conferences

Royal Medical Society of Edinburgh –  4th National Student Conference

15th March 2014

The Royal Medical Society of Edinburgh is delighted to announce plans to hold its 4th National Student Conference on Saturday 15th March 2014.

We would be delighted to welcome students from your university to submit their research for presentation at the conference. Submitted abstracts will be judged by professionals from a variety of medical specialties. Successful students will be offered the opportunity to present their research either through a poster or oral presentation. On the day, a panel of medical professionals will judge students’ work with the best being awarded prizes.

In previous years the conference has been highly successful, attracting students from across the UK and we hope this year will be no different. We would be very grateful if you could advertise this opportunity to your students through the most appropriate forms (whether that be by email, intranet or the posters provided).

More information and forms for the submissions of abstracts are available on our website: www.royalmedical.co.uk/conference2014/

Email: conference@royalmedical.co.uk

Please visit our Facebook event for more information!


UKMSA Conference – Call for abstracts

UK Medical Student Association Conference 2014: a joint conference for medical, nursing, pharmacy and physiotherapy students.

The conference provides an excellent opportunity to enhance your CV through poster and oral presentations, as well as hearing a range of keynote speakers talk on important topics that will affect the next generation of healthcare professionals, including:

  • NHS reforms and privatization
  • Patients and information in the NHS
  • Medico legal issues
  • The future of NIHR and clinical research
  • Global health and the impact of migration on the NHS
  • Management of chronic illness and future trends

For more information on the UKMSA please check out our website www.ukmsa.org.

Deadline for abstracts has now closed.

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