Meet us at GMC conference & take part in a session by a fellow medical studentWatch
Did you know our annual conference is coming up on 6 December? It’ll be at the RCGP’s building in London and we’d love to meet you there if you’re able to join us.
Alongside workshops and talks from GMC staff, we have a very special session this year which will be run by Bethany Lloyd, a fifth year medical student from the University of Aberdeen. Bethany is the winner of our summer competition to design a session to help students get to grips with our new guidance, Achieving good medical practice.
Bethany’s workshop, in which she manages to link skydiving (of all things!) to professional values, really impressed our judging panel, which included our Chair, Prof Terence Stephenson, and the Medical School’s Council Chief Exec, Katie Petty-Saphon. You can read more about the competition on our blog.
We’re also really excited about our keynote speaker this year – Prof Kevin Fong. He’s a consultant anaesthetist at UCL Hospitals but you might have heard him on Radio 4’s Why become a doctor? He’s also the founder and associate director of the Centre for Altitude, Space and Extreme Environment Medicine at UCL and he gave the Royal Institution’s 2015 Christmas Lecture on how to survive in space.
Fancy joining us? Tickets for medical students are £15 when you use the discount code student10 – please remember to bring your student ID on the day. Tickets for non-students are £25.
You can register to join us or find out more here.
Hope to see you there!