A flagship annual event hosted by the RSM Students Section will be taking place at the RSM during the weekend of 10/11 June. Aiming to equip medical students and trainees with knowledge to help them decide on their future career paths, the Tomorrow’s Doctors conference will gather a panel of world-leading speakers to offer insight into recent breakthroughs, development and innovation in both medical and surgical specialties.
A series of lectures will cover a wide range of topics, including:
Throughout the two-day programme, unique practical workshops will offer participants opportunities to develop their competencies across medical and surgical skills, including laparoscopic surgery simulation, endoscopy, microsurgery and tendon repair, fracture fixation, ultrasonography, and angiography.
Members of the Students Section Council, Nikki Kerdegari, Deevyesh Sunder and Jack Wellington will introduce and close the sessions on both days.
Speaking ahead of the conference, President of the RSM Students Section Miss Bhumi Shah said: “The Tomorrow’s Doctors conference is the highlight of the Student Section calendar. This year we are expanding this event to include further specialties and opportunities for networking, with a real focus on the wide range of skills doctors can develop. It will be a great platform for the ‘doctors of tomorrow’ to showcase their skills and gain new ones!”
Everyone registering for the conference will have the opportunity to submit an abstract, with the three highest-scoring abstracts invited for oral presentation at the conference. Judging will take place at the conference and the winning oral presentation and poster will each be awarded a prize of £100.