Trainees Section

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UPCOMING SECTION MEETINGS

Dermatology for the non-specialist
Thursday 17 May 2018

Trainees as leaders
Saturday 22 September 2018

Orthopaedic trauma: First steps
Saturday 30 June 2018

 

About this Section

Purpose:
To run a full calendar of events aimed at trainees as well as a number of meetings supporting students and their studies. Meetings cover a variety of activities and opportunities allowing trainees to learn and develop their future careers.    

Section members:
Medical trainees in any specialty.

Section council:

Applications to join the Trainees Section Council close on 6pm on Wednesday 10 January 2018. Applications submitted outside of this timeframe will not be considered. The application form can be found here. Please send your completed forms to trainees@rsm.ac.uk.

 

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Dermatology for the non-specialist
Dermatology for the non-specialist

Thursday 17 May 2018, Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
LONDON
W1G 0AE

This meeting presents the junior doctor’s survival guide to dermatology on the wards.

Half Day | Registration: 09:00 | Organised by: Trainees Section |
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Orthopaedic trauma: First steps
Orthopaedic trauma: First steps

Saturday 30 June 2018, Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
LONDON
W1G 0AE

A comprehensive one-day course covering all aspects of orthopaedic trauma and emergency presentations.

Day | Registration: 08:15 | Organised by: Trainees Section |
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Trainees perspective of trauma surgery and major trauma incidents

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Ms Michelle Wilkinson and Ms Rebecca Bott recount their experiences of major incidents and mass casualty attacks.

20 minutes | Organised by: Trainees Committee | Accreditation: n/a Watch lecture arrow

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Carcinogenesis: A microbiome related disease?

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Professor Christian Jobin discusses microbiomes and their relation to disease, specifically cancer. Professor Jobin looks in particular at E.coli, and what controls it's genotoxic activity.

38 minutes | Organised by: Trainees Committee | Accreditation: n/a Watch lecture arrow

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contact us

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prizes and awards

The RSM offers over 80 prizes to members and non-members.

Prizes and awards for students


Prizes and awards for trainees

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