About this event

  • Date and time Sat 29 Oct 2022 from 11:00am to 4:00pm
  • Location Online
  • Organised by Students

The purpose of this event is to promote partnerships between patients and the medical profession to pave the way for a better, more inclusive healthcare system as we rebuild after the pandemic. By strengthening this relationship, we aim to ensure patients never feel isolated when they are at their most vulnerable. We will discuss real-life examples of partnerships and their successes. 

There will be a series of presentations and workshops by students and experienced professionals on non-technical aspects of medical practice, such as political challenges with the public health service and humanitarian values. The event will end with a prize-giving ceremony for the Dr Edwin Doubleday essay award (apply below), which funds medical students who aspiring to improve the relationship between patients and the medical profession. 

Aims of the event: 

  • To highlight the role and importance of patient partnerships 
  • To educate the medics of tomorrow about non-technical aspects of practice
  • To inspire attendees to improve the relationship between patients and the medical profession
  • To give attendees the chance to improve their presentation and networking skills 

This event is run in association with the University of Manchester Doubleday Centre and the Doubleday Medical Schools Patient Partnership Collaboration. 

Students are invited to submit an essay using the link below to enter the Doubleday Student Prize. 

Doubleday Student Prize

Deadline: 30 July 2022
Open to: 
Students attending UK Medical Schools
Apply here

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Registration for the live stream event will close at 10:00am on Saturday 29 October 2022. Registration for the in-person event will close 24 hours before the start time. Late registrations will not be accepted.  

The agenda is subject to change at any time 

If the event is recorded, we are only able to share presentations that we have received permission to share. There is no guarantee that all sessions will be available after the event, this is at the presenters and RSM discretion. 

All views expressed at this event are of the speakers themselves and not of the Royal Society of Medicine, nor the speaker's organisations. 

This event will be recorded and stored by the Royal Society of Medicine and may be distributed in future on various internet channels. 

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