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Presidential Address, IMT Clinical Presentations, Clinical Research Presentations

  • Date: Tuesday 29th June 2021 from 9.30 am-12.30 pm
  • Venue: Zoom meeting
  • Members £0.00
  • Non Members £

This meeting is being subsidised by the Manchester Medical Society and is FREE for all to attend. You will be able to submit questions to the speaker during the event using the Q&A function on Zoom. The webinar will be recorded.

Register in advance for this webinar at:  available soon

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.  To create a free zoom account, visit www.zoom.us

9.30-10.30 am
IMT Clinical Presentations

  • Applications are invited from Foundation Trainees (FY1-2), Internal Medicine Trainees, ACCS Trainees, Specialty Trainees (ST1-2) and Clinical Fellow / Trust Grade doctors (ST1-2 level) to submit an abstract of no more than 400 words (in Word format) summarising a case of clinical interest with which the candidate has been personally involved. The covering email from each applicant should confirm that they had some personal involvement in the care of the case they wish to present.
    All finalists will receive a certificate of commendation for their portfolio.
  • Closing Date: 14th May 2021
  • Submissions to: admin@mms.org.uk

10.30-10.40 am
Short break

10.40-11.40
Registrar Research Presentations

  • Applications are invited from Specialty Trainee Registrars (ST3-8) to submit an abstract (as a Word document) of no more than 500 words dealing with research on a clinically related topic, with which the candidate has been personally involved.  The covering email from each applicant should detail their personal contribution made to the research.  All finalists will receive a certificate of commendation for their portfolio.
  • Closing Date: 14th May 2021
  • Submissions to: admin@mms.org.uk

11.40-11.50 am
Short break

11.50 am-12.30 pm
Presidential Address of Dr Philippa Newton