This event will provide a comparison between the UK and other cultures and how doctors view medical professionalism, with a particular focus on wellbeing.
- Date and time Wed 18 Sep 2019 from 5:00pm to 8:30pm
- Location Royal Society of Medicine
- Organised by Occupational Medicine
We invite members of the occupational medicine community of all grades to hear insightful recent clinical case presentations from specialty registrars training in occupational medicine, as we recognise and encourage excellence in occupational medicine oral case presentation skill.
The four shortlisted candidates for the Occupational Medicine: Ramazzini Prize will be presenting their clinical case research at this evening meeting. This year's theme is 'Making a difference in Occupational Health' clinical case management and work outcomes that add value for the patient, manager and organisation.
Attendees will vote for the prize winner on topic choice, content and evidence base, presentation, participatory effort, reflection and take away message to improve future practice.
The meeting is the perfect opportunity for delegates to hear a broad range of topics that have been well researched by up-and-coming occupational medicine practitioners.
Occupational Medicine: Ramazzini Prize
Submit a 500 word case report abstract fitting the theme, 'Making a difference in Occupational health' - clinical case management and work outcomes that add value for the patient, manager and organisation.
Case criteria: A clinical case of relevance to occupational medicine and fitting the meeting theme. The case should be one which has been clinically assessed and managed by the applicant personally since entering specialty training in Occupational Medicine.
Four cases will be shortlisted by Council and invited to give a 10 minute presentation at the Occupational Medicine’s September evening meeting.
Prize: First prize: £250 + certificate
Submission deadline: Friday 2 August 2019
Open to: All specialist trainees in Occupational Medicine, ST3-ST6
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