This meeting aims to empower clinicians and other users of population health tools to confidently transform their use of data, to better help their patients.
About this section
The Epidemiology & Public Health Section’s purpose is to study the occurrence and character of diseases in populations and the means for their prevention.
Join us as experts shed light on the importance and effective provision of nutrition education for future doctors.
The Royal Society of Medicine commemorates The World TB Day with an annual meeting to review the most relevant advances in clinical, public health and scientific aspects of tuberculosis.
Join us as we examine the recent developments and future directions on topics ranging from occupational asthma to construction workers health and the Australian epidemic in accelerated silicosis.
- First prize: £250
To be announced
Any medical and non-medical epidemiologist or public health practitioner under the age of 40 years.
Submit a 1,000-word paper addressing a public health issue which relates to a project conducted. Your paper should include an introduction, methodology used and results, discussion headings and a conclusion.
Dr Gabriel Scally