Why should I go?
Free to attend, including refreshments and lunch
- Opportunity to present your work at a national level
- Network with other UK medical students, junior academic trainees and notable senior academic guest speakers
- Attend workshops which are based on essential academic medicine skills
- Successful abstracts will be published in Scottish Medical Journal (SMJ)
General registration for the event will become available once all successful delegates have been informed the decision of their abstracts.
|0900 – 0930||Registration Open|
|0930 – 0945||Welcome Address|
|0945 – 1045||Oral Presentation of Abstracts|
|1045 – 1100||Coffee & Poster Viewing|
|1100 – 1230||Clinical academic training & INSPIRE at Glasgow –Professor Matthew Walters & Current Trainees|
|1230 – 1330||Lunch & Poster Viewing|
|1330 – 1430||Oral Presentation of Abstracts|
|1430 – 1600||Break out sessions (Choose 2)A – Critical appraisal and decision making. Where’s the proof? – Professor Sir Kenneth CalmanB – Interviews, The good, the bad and the ugly – Academic foundation trainees
C – Clinical medicine and research, A perfect combination – Dr Scott Shepard, Dr Collin Lindsay
|1600 – 1615||Coffee|
|1615 – 1715||Preventative medicine and screening, a sufficient evidence base? – Panel discussion chaired by Professor Sir Kenneth CalmanPanelists- Dr Margaret McCartney, Dr Mike Winter, Current medical students|
|1715 – 1730||Close & Prize giving|
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We look forward to seeing you in Glasgow in October 2013.