RSM and UKMSA conference 2016: Equipping tomorrow's clinical leaders


Sunday 2 October 2016


Venue Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
Organised by

Student Members Group , UKMSA



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about this event

2016 theme:
Embracing change: What the future holds for the practice of medicine in the UK. 


Attend this meeting to:

  • Gain insight into the future of healthcare in the UK 
  • Explore innovation within the NHS 
  • Learn more about leadership skills and the importance of multi-professional practice 
  • Get a head-start in your medical career

This is an unmissable opportunity in the heart of London for medical students to attend lectures delivered by distinguished clinicians working at the forefront of medicine, take part in interactive sessions and network with like-minded individuals.
Book now to secure your place.



Students Section: Research Presentation Prize
Prize: 1st: £300, 2nd: £150, 3rd: £100

Students Section: Sidney Linton prize
Prize: 1st: £250, 2nd: A year's free RSM membership


We would like to thank our exhibitor Medical Defence Union for supporting this meeting.


**Please note: Programme subject to change**



8:50 am

Registration, tea and coffee

9.20 am

Welcome from the RSM-UKMSA committee

Morning session

9.30 am

KEYNOTE: What the future holds for UK healthcare

Dr Andrew Vallance-Owen, Chair, Private Healthcare Information Network (PHIN) and former Group Medical Director, BUPA

10.00 am

BMA Junior Doctor's contract

Mr Harrison Carter, Medical Students Committee Co-Chair, British Medical Association

10.30 am

Tea and coffee break

11.00 am

Application of ink-jet and 3D printing to medicine formulation

Professor Simon Gaisford, Reader in Pharmaceutics and Head of Pharmaceutics Department, School of Pharmacy, University College London

11.30 am

The future of medicine: 100,000 Genomes Project

Professor Tim Hubbard, Head of Department of Medical and Molecular Genetics and Director of Bioinformatics, King’s Health Partners and Head of Genome Analysis, Genomics England

12.00 pm


and poster presentations of shortlisted candidates for the Students Section: Research presentation prize

Students Section: Sidney Linton prize oral presentations

3 shortlisted candidates will present their work - the audience and a panel of judges will vote on these presentations to decide the winner of the 2016 Students Section: Sidney Linton prize

1.15 pm

Oral presentation 1: ECG changes associated with electrolyte disturbances

Mr Richard Bartlett, 1st Year MBPhD Student, University College London

1.35 pm

Oral presentation 2: ECG changes associated with electrolyte disturbances

Mr Ali Al-Hadithi, 5th Year Medical Student, University of Cambridge

1.55 pm

Oral presentation 3: ECG changes associated with electrolyte disturbances

Mr Ameer Hamid Ahmed Khan, 3rd Year Medical Student, Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry

Afternoon session - part one

2.15 pm

Leadership: Working together across boundaries

Dr Zeshan Qureshi, Paediatrician, Queen Elizabeth Hospital London and Academic Clinical Fellow, Great Ormond Street Hospital and the Institute of Global Health


You will have the opportunity to attend 2 of the following workshops. Each will last 30 minutes. Please select your workshop choices (A, B, C or D) when registering.


CV and cover letter workshop

Miss Lauren Quinn, Fourth Year Medical Student, University of Birmingham


How to get involved in research workshop

Mr Andrew Cole, Fifth Year Medical Student, University College London


Teacher training skills workshop

Dr Razan Nour, FY1 Doctor, Northern Deanery


AFP and UKFPO advice workshop

Dr Rafail Angelos Kotronias, AFP1 Doctor, Oxford University Clinical Academic Graduate School, Wrexham Park Hospital Frimley Health NHS Trust

3.45 pm

Tea and coffee break

Afternoon session - part two

4.05 pm

KEYNOTE: The future of medical research

Dr Mahiben Maruthappu, ‎Senior Fellow to the CEO, NHS England

4.35 pm

Prize winners announced


Completion of evaluation forms and close of meeting

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For information on this event, contact Karina ZorlakkisTel: 02072903846 Fax: 02072902989 Email: arrow