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National Centre for Remote and Rural Medicine Inaugural Conference

12-13 June 2019, North Lakes Hotel and Spa, Penrith

National Centre for Remote and Rural Medicine Inaugural Conference

Call for Abstracts open until Monday 8th May 2019

Do you have the skills needed to provide effective care in remote or rural settings?

  • Be inspired by the experts in urgent, rural and digital medicine
  • Be part of the development of inspiring approaches and new thinking
  • Meet other doctors and carers in the field
  • Gain new skills, collaborate and debate
  • Promote your research, find a test-bed for product development

Remote healthcare is increasingly an issue across the UK and the rest of the world; large populations are being significantly disadvantaged by geographical location. The National Centre for Remote and Rural Medicine (NCRRM) inaugural conference aims to pull from global and regional experience and education, to better understand demand and how as providers we can address these needs with education, training and innovation in health technology.

Who should attend?

  • Doctors and healthcare workers in rural settings and in urban settings where delayed access to secondary care means urgent medicine skills are required
  • First responders and members of the rural community providing urgent care
  • Those thinking about working in remote and rural healthcare settings
  • Digital health practitioners looking for new innovations and test-bed resources

Why attend?

Hear from some of the most inspirational practitioners in the field of remote and rural medicine, some of whom have experience of practising in extreme circumstances. Learn new skills on our conference workshops and find out about the latest courses on offer. Share knowledge, experience and best practice with other workers in remote and rural medicine. Be inspired to work in a rural setting – find out more from those who do!

We are offering the opportunity to present a paper/poster in the format of one power point slide of content with two minutes to outline your work or research interests. If you’re up for the challenge we would like to hear from you! Click the submissions tab below for more.

  Speaker Sessions Biography

Mary Atkinson

Practice Development Midwife
North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust

Childbirth – choice and challenges including normal birth, shoulder dystocia, neonatal resuscitation and post-partum haemorrhage Mary has worked for North Cumbria University Hospitals for 38 years, firstly as a staff nurse on a surgical ward. As a midwife she has worked in the community but predominantly in the hospital setting as lead Midwife on Delivery Suite. Now working as a Practice Development Midwife one of her duties is to co-ordinate the PRactical Obstetric Multi-Professional Training (PROMPT) training to all grades of staff who may care for mothers; this includes Midwives and Obstetricians of all grades, student midwives, theatre and ambulance personnel.

Dr Tim Ballard

National GP Advisor for Online and Independent PMS
Care Quality Commission

 The challenges and benefits of online healthcare / telemedicine - How CQC approaches regulation - Sharing findings from our online programme of work

Tim Ballard is a National Clinical Advisor at CQC. He has been a GP since 1988 and is currently in clinical practice in the Forest of Bowland in Lancashire. He was a trainer for 25 years and was an RCGP Examiner for 21 years and a Convenor of the Simulated Surgery module which became the CSA. Tim Was Vice Chair at the RCGP 2013-2016. His role at CQC involves giving professional advice to the commission on independent health care and online care as well as supporting NHS GP inspections in the north of England.

Dr John Ferris

Consultant in Emergency, Pre-Hospital & Retrieval Medicine North Cumbria University Hospital Trust & Great North Air Ambulance

Clinical Lead for Transfer & Aero-Retrieval Medicine

Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer in Pre-hospital Emergency Medicine, UCLan

“Why can’t I have a helicopter?” Tasking, utilisation and resource management of HEMS Teams

John is an Emergency Physician with a passion for challenging medicine, critically sick patients and mountainous wild places. He is very lucky that his job and home in the Lake District includes all these things! John has been working full-time for multiple organisations over the last 10 years including Scotland’s Emergency Medical Retrieval Service, London's Air Ambulance, Essex & Herts Air Ambulance and The Great North Air Ambulance;

BASICS Scotland & England has given John a unique overview of pre-hospital critical care from stabbings on the streets of London to complex multi-agency mountain rescues or 24hr long critical care retrievals from remote Scottish islands or ships at Sea.

Nigel Garratt

CPD and Development Lead
School of Medicine, UCLan

Flooding risks for medics – what can and can’t be done

Nigel started his paddling career as a kid in a swimming pool, this led to joining his local club and his parents spending long days sat in car parks all over the country waiting to shuttle the paddlers! This passion went on for years (he did have a bit of slowdown of the paddling whilst he played a bit a rugby professionally in the UK and New Zealand).

Back from New Zealand and looking for something to do raft guiding became a job whilst playing rugby in the winters.  Since then Nigel has paddled, climbed and skied for many years. This involvement in outdoor sports and experience as a technical specialist led to getting involved in Rescuing and Rescue Training. Nigel has been involved in many rescues, including some that should not have become rescues with a bit of education earlier and development of equipment, systems and processes as a Rescue 3 International Instructor in the UK and overseas.

Dr Nasir Hameed

Senior Lecturer – Imaging (Ultrasound)
School of Medicine, UCLan

Remote Imaging ‘Pass me my stethoscope – I mean smartphone’

Dr. Hameed started his career in radiology in 1994 by joining the Radiology Department, post Graduate Medical Institute, Lady Reading Hospital Peshawar as Medical officer then serving as an      M. Phil Radiology trainee from January 1996 to December 1997.  After completing his training in Radiology, he decided to take ultrasound as career, and started "Hameed Gul Memorial Ultrasound Institute" in Peshawar Pakistan. In 2003 he went to USA for a visiting fellowship in ultrasound at Jefferson Ultrasound Research and Education, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.

After fellowship, he was included in the faculty of JUREI's Middle East Branch to teach the trainers in ultrasound. During this time, he was engaged in extensive training programs for doctors in various countries and visited Bangladesh, Georgia, Iran, Switzerland, Sudan, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, USA and Yemen to provide ultrasound training in various Ultrasound courses, Diplomas and Masters programmes. In February 2005, he migrated to UK and joined the Radiology Department UHL NHS Trust Leicester as an Ultrasound practitioner along with the extended role of Lecturer (Hon) at the imaging Academy. He conducted various courses for the ultrasound training of the A & E consultants and SPRs specially training them for FAST and PoCUS scans.

Dr James Hickman MBE

GP with Special Interest in Pre-Hospital Emergency Care, Somerset

First doctor on scene in a major incident

James Hickman is a Somerset GP with 20 years of experience in pre-hospital emergency care. He is the Immediate Past Chairman of the British Association for Immediate Care (BASICS) and Chairman of SAVES (the Somerset BASICS scheme). James has experience in motorsports medicine, event medicine, air ambulance work and International Search and Rescue (and 25 years as a full time GP partner!). In November 2011 he was one of the first on scene at the M5 motorway pile-up and fire near Taunton and acted as Medical Incident Officer. James was appointed MBE in 2014 “for services to healthcare, particularly emergency medical care”

Sir Bruce Keogh

Chair
Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust

Digital technologies in healthcare, safer for patients?

Sir Bruce has had a distinguished international career as a cardiac surgeon. He held the chair of Cardiac Surgery at University College London before being appointed Medical Director of the NHS in the Department of Health in 2007and National Medical Director of NHS England between 2013 - 2018. For a decade he was the professional lead for doctors in the NHS and was responsible for clinical policy and strategy, promoting quality, clinical leadership and innovation across the service. In the Department of Health he was the sponsor for NICE, the Healthcare Commission and the National Patient Safety Agency.

With a longstanding interest in the measurement of clinical outcomes he has served on the boards of the Commission for Health Improvement and Healthcare Commission between 2002-2007. He has recently become Chair of the Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust. He was knighted for services to medicine in 2003

Professor James Kingsland

Senior Partner in General Practice

The development of Primary Care Networks (PCN) in rural areas based on the experience of delivering Primary Care homes in rural/more remote locations.

Professor James Kingsland OBE is Senior Partner in a general practice the in the North West of England.   He has extensive experience in general practice, medical education and medical politics and is President of  the NAPC, having previously served as Chair.   He is the co-author of the new care model, the primary care home. 

James served as a senior GP adviser at the Department of Health twice and was the National Clinical Lead for the implementation programmes for clinical commissioning. He was also the Primary Care Lead on the Department of Health Board of the National Clinical Directors. James has also held advisory positions with National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE), Care Quality Commission (CQC) and Monitor. He is currently a Non-Executive Director of the Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust. In July 2018, he was made an Honorary Professor at the School of Medicine, University of Central Lancashire.

Professor Richard Lyon MBE

Consultant
Emergency Medicine & Pre-hospital Care Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh

Changing outcomes in pre-hospital cardiac arrest in rural and remote locations

Prof Lyon is a recognised international leader in Emergency Medicine & Pre-hospital Care. He is a Consultant in Emergency Medicine at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh and Clinical Lead for pre-hospital care in southeast Scotland. He is Associate Medical Director of Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance.

Richard is Professor of Pre-hospital Emergency Medical Care at the University of Surrey and has an established research portfolio in pre-hospital resuscitation, trauma care and emergency medicine with an extensive publication record. He was made an Honorary Fellow of the UK College of Paramedics and awarded an MBE by HM The Queen in the 2017 Birthday Honours. He holds numerous international awards, including the European Resuscitation Council top researcher and British Medical Journal Emergency Medical Team of the Year. Richard is an active member of the UK International Search & Rescue Team and has previous experience in the British Armed Forces. Richard is a current member of the Resuscitation Council (UK) Executive Committee and author of several international pre-hospital guidelines. He has worked with several HEMS services and holds Level 8 status with the Faculty of Pre-hospital Care, Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.

Prof Stuart Maitland-Knibb

Director
National Centre for Remote and Rural Medicine, UCLan

New educational programmes for remote healthcare

Stuart is the newly appointed director for the National Centre for Remote and Rural Medicine.  He has worked extensively in urgent care, emergency medicine and pre hospital emergency medicine. After  working  in  the  military  for  12  years he was  the  clinical director on creating an out  of hospital remote centre  to deliver urgent  and emergency  care  to be  delivered  solely by primary  care. This has developed in to a highly successful unit delivering class-leading care in the community.

He has worked extensively on a HEMS platform delivering pre hospital emergency medicine in rural areas to critically ill or injured patients. He works for a global remote telemedicine company delivering urgent primary care and retrieval medicine support.

Stuart is also is a member of the UK International Search and Rescue Team which is deployed as the U.K. Government emergency rescue to natural disasters where casualties are believed to be trapped.

Professor Martin Marshall CBE

Vice Chair External Affairs
Royal College of General Practitioners

On line consulting: Pros and Cons

Martin Marshall is Professor of Healthcare Improvement at UCL, Programme Director for Primary Care at UCLPartners and leads Improvement Science London, an initiative to promote and embed the science of improvement across the health service and academic sectors. In November 2016 he was elected to Vice Chair (External Affairs) of the RCGP.   Previously he was Director of R&D at the Health Foundation, Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England and Director General in the Department of Health, a clinical academic at the University of Manchester and a Harkness Fellow in Healthcare Policy.

He has been a GP for 28 years, now serving an inner city community in Newham, East London. He is a fellow of the RCP and FPHM, and was a non-executive director of the Care Quality Commission until 2012. He has over 200 publications in the field of quality of care and in 2005 he was awarded a CBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for Services to Health Care

Dr Martin McGrath

Managing Director
CAS-App Ltd

Digital Health: Where are we and where are we going?

Martin is an experienced clinician and medical leader with particular interests in strategic and operational planning, medical education and the delivery of urgent medical care. He joined the Royal Air Force in 1998 where he completed a medium commission, initially developing expertise in pre-hospital care, aviation medicine and medical planning. Amongst other roles he assisted in the development and implementation of capability re-design as part of a RAF Medical Branch re-structure and was responsible for the control of all UK Defence strategic aeromedical evacuations. He attended the UK Military Advanced Command and Staff Course which prepares selected officers for high-grade appointments and commanded one of the military’s foremost operational medical units.

Martin left the RAF to join Lakeside Healthcare Group where he consolidated his role as an active clinician, delivering both primary and urgent care, and as a medical leader, assisting the design and delivery of class-leading urgent care models. He is a GP Trainer, GP Appraiser and Examiner for the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh Diploma in Urgent Medical Care. He was a ‘Healthcare Leader of the Year’ finalist in the General Practice Awards 2017 and has recently been appointed member of the East Midlands Clinical Senate and a Fellow of the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management.

Lee Omar

Chief Executive Officer
Red Ninja Studios

Digital health in the ageing society

Lee Omar, CEO, Red Ninja - A design led technology company, that co-creates technology using their expertise in artificial intelligence, data science, Internet of Things, smart cities, electrical engineering and app development. Lee has led the design and development of several digital health products that have been co-created by NHS, Red Ninja, Patients and their families.  Has created technology that optimises ambulance response times, by controlling traffic lights in cities in real time to prioritise ambulance routes. He has recently 'spun-out' a digital health product company - Safe Steps, that reduces falls for the ageing population, this is part of the NHS Digital Health Accelerator programme. Advises governments, including President of India and Chief Minister on Smart Cities Led teams that created IoT products in healthcare, transport, energy and urban planning sectors.

Recently completed NHS England sponsored Insight Programme that Identifies high quality candidates to become Non-Executives on NHS Trust boards. Have been a trainee NED at Liverpool Heart and Chest NHS Trust and Lancashire Care NHS Trust. Is a Non-Executive Director Borough Care - a not for profit provider of residential and day services, serving the older people of Stockport and Greater Manchester. Before founding Red Ninja, he worked in Human Rights sector for 11 years. empowering refugees to build new lives. In his spare time he is studying for PhD in the design of digital health applications that leverage artificial intelligence.

Dr Chris Press

Air Ambulance Doctor, UK

Medical Officer, Northern Exposure

Consultant Anaesthetist, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals

Delivering healthcare when help is not coming in the near to medium time frame

 

Polar bear attacks in the Arctic

Chris is a Consultant Anaesthetist in Sheffield, UK. He has undertaken more than 30 expeditions to the polar regions, a number of deserts and high mountains, as well as undertaking a number of remote diving trips exploring caves and wrecks. Having responded for Edale Mountain Rescue Team since 2002, and as a BASICS ambulance responder since 2011, Chris has built up a varied portfolio of pre-hospital activity including emergency response, motorsport medicine, sporting events, mass gatherings and tactical medical work.

He flies with the Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Rutland Air Ambulance in the East Midlands and has recently acted as a Forward Doctor at the Manchester arena bombing. An active member of the Cheese Appreciation Society, Chris is an accomplished gastronome as well as a keen SCUBA diver and mountaineer.

Alicia Ridout

Deputy Director
mHabitat

Digital Health Co-design: people, partnerships and performance

Alicia is a registered Occupational Therapist with 30 years of experience encompassing industry, NHS, private healthcare, Higher Education and the 3rd sector. She has spent much of her career working in mental health and liaison psychiatry, commissioning, Higher Education innovation and more recently as Deputy Director and Clinical Safety Officer of the mHabitat, an innovative NHS service focused on people driven digital interventions. Alicia won the Chief Allied Health Professionals Officer Digital Innovator 2017 award, sponsored by NHS Digital. Alicia is a member of the College of Occupational Therapists (COT) National English Board, advising on digital issues and is a member of the NHS Digital Indicator Governance Board.

She has published research and completed a project exploring the occupational impact on working carers in Leeds funded by the RCOT, to develop new approaches to ill health prevention. She has recently returned from World Federation of Occupational Therapists congress in Cape Town where she was disseminating learning from two digital projects and is the project lead for the award winning NHS Leeds Mental Health Information website, MindWell.

Dr Malcolm Q Russell MBE

Medical Director, UK Fire & Rescue Service International Search and Rescue Team (UKISAR)

Chief Executive Officer, Prometheus Medical

 

Delivering medicine in earthquake zones for UK International Search and Rescue

 

Treating catastrophic haemorrhage in the community following mass shootings and improvised explosive devices.

Most of Malcolm’s career has been as a British Army doctor, and he’s been a HEMS doctor for 18 years.  He has current operational roles with Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance Trust, the UK Fire & Rescue Service International Search and Rescue Team (UKISAR), Midlands Air Ambulance Charity (MAAC), and BASICS.  He has worked with MAAC for a number of years, acting as Clinical Lead and more latterly as a Clinical Governance Lead. In 2005, Malcolm established Prometheus Medical Ltd, a training and equipment company where he continues to lead a team of enthusiasts in medical innovation. He is a very amateur blacksmith, welder, and photographer in his ‘spare time’.

Dr Tim Sanders

Senior Clinical Lecturer in Rural Medicine
UCLan

The why and how of remote medical training

Dr Tim Sanders is a GP in Appleby-in-Westmorland. 

Alongside his clinical role, he is a Clinical Lecturer in Rural Medicine for UCLan and a Training Programme Director for North Cumbria GP Training Programme.  He also co-ordinates the clinical teaching programme for Cumbria Health on Call. 

He is a GP appraiser and Mental Health Act Section 12 approved GP.

When he is not working, he can be found walking and running in the mountains and enjoying family adventures in the campervan.

Dr David Somekh

Network Director
European Health Futures Forum

Digital health technologies in personalised care, professional and ethical issues

Dr David Somekh, a forensic psychiatrist, psychoanalyst and experienced clinician in management who retired from the UK NHS. He has been involved in healthcare quality since 1988; served as an NGO representative on the Advisory Committee of ISQuA (International Society for Quality Assurance) from 1995-1997, and on the Advisory Committee of the UK NICE (National Institute for Clinical Excellence) from 1999-2004.

He was a member of the Executive of the European Society for Quality in Healthcare since it was founded in 1998, was President 2005-7 and Vice-President 2007-9. He is a member of the EC expert group on Patient Safety and Health Quality. David and three colleagues set up EHFF, the European Health Futures Forum, as a not-for–profit network organisation in 2013 and he is currently Network Director. EHFF has served on the steering groups of both the EMPATHiE and PISCE tenders on patient empowerment and is now commencing, in partnership with EPF a further two year tender for DGSANTE on self-management in long term conditions.

Submissions

Call For Abstracts
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The closing date for receipt of abstracts is Monday 8th May 2019 and presenters will be informed of the Organising Committee’s Decision by 26 May 2019.

Programme

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS: WEDNESDAY 12 JUNE 2019
 

Speaker Sessions
Mary Atkinson
Practice Development Midwife
North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust
Childbirth – choice and challenges including normal birth, shoulder dystocia, neonatal resuscitation and post-partum haemorrhage
Dr Tim Ballard
National GP Advisor for Online and Independent PMS
Care Quality Commission
 The challenges and benefits of online healthcare / telemedicine - How CQC approaches regulation - Sharing findings from our online programme of work

Nigel Garratt
CPD and Development Lead
School of Medicine, UCLan

Flooding risks for medics – what can and can’t be done

Sir Bruce Keogh
Chair
Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust
Digital technologies in healthcare, safer for patients?
Prof Stuart Maitland-Knibb
Director
National Centre for Remote and Rural Medicine, UCLan
New educational programmes for remote healthcare
Professor Martin Marshall CBE
Vice Chair External Affairs
Royal College of General Practitioners
On line consulting: Pros and Cons
Dr Martin McGrath
Managing Director
CAS-App Ltd
Digital Health: Where are we and where are we going?
Dr Chris Press
Air Ambulance Doctor, UK
Medical Officer, Northern Exposure
Consultant Anaesthetist, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals
Delivering healthcare when help is not coming in the near to medium time frame
Dr Chris Press
Air Ambulance Doctor, UK
Medical Officer, Northern Exposure
Consultant Anaesthetist, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals
Polar bear attacks in the Arctic
Alicia Ridout
Deputy Director
mHabitat
Digital Health Co-design: people, partnerships and performance

Dr Malcolm Q Russell MBE

Medical Director, UK Fire & Rescue Service International Search and Rescue Team (UKISAR)
Chief Executive Officer, Prometheus Medical

Delivering medicine in earthquake zones for UK International Search and Rescue

 

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS: THURSDAY 13 JUNE 2019
 

Speaker Sessions
Dr John Ferris
Consultant in Emergency, Pre-Hospital & Retrieval Medicine North Cumbria University Hospital Trust & Great North Air Ambulance
Clinical Lead for Transfer & Aero-Retrieval Medicine
Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer in Pre-hospital Emergency Medicine, UCLan
“Why can’t I have a helicopter?” Tasking, utilisation and resource management of HEMS Teams
Dr Nasir Hameed
Senior Lecturer – Imaging (Ultrasound)
School of Medicine, UCLan
Remote Imaging ‘Pass me my stethoscope – I mean smartphone’
Dr James Hickman MBE
GP with Special Interest in Pre-Hospital Emergency Care, Somerset
First doctor on scene in a major incident

Professor James Kingsland
Senior Partner in General Practice

The development of Primary Care Networks (PCN) in rural areas based on the experience of delivering Primary Care homes in rural/more remote locations.

Professor Richard Lyon MBE
Consultant in Emergency Medicine & Pre-hospital Care
Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh
Changing outcomes in pre-hospital cardiac arrest in rural and remote locations
Lee Omar
Chief Executive Officer
Red Ninja Studios
Digital health in the ageing society
Dr Malcolm Q Russell MBE
Medical Director, UK Fire & Rescue Service International Search and Rescue Team (UKISAR)
Chief Executive Officer, Prometheus Medical
Treating catastrophic haemorrhage in the community following mass shootings and improvised explosive devices
Dr Tim Sanders
Senior Clinical Lecturer in Rural Medicine
UCLan

The Why and How of Remote Medical Training : In this facilitated round table discussion participants will be asked to share and discuss their experiences, challenges, hopes and desires about Remote and Technology Enhanced Learning.

Dr David Somekh
Network Director
European Health Futures Forum
Digital health technologies in personalised care, professional and ethical issues

Venue and Accommodation

North Lakes Hotel and Spa, Penrith

Set in the heart of the North Lake District, with easy access to major transport networks.

Full Conference Attendance Fee, inc conference dinner and drinks reception, Wednesday 12th and Thursday 13th June 2019: £250
NB - Please note accommodation is not included in the conference fee and must be booked separately at the North Lakes Hotel and Spa at £115 per night (Quoting the NCRRM Conference) or at your chosen hotel / B&B.

Single Days Conference Attendance : £98.00

There are a limited number of subsidised places available for Undergraduate Medical Students* who are presenting posters (£30.00 per day) excluding accommodation and Conference Dinner.  The Conference Organisers will select the Delegates for these places based on their Poster Abstract.

If you wish to be be considered for one of these places please indicate below and ensure that you submit a 350 word Abstract

*Undergraduate Medical Students will not be eligible for multiple concessions at the NCCRM Conference

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Refreshments, lunch, conference documentation, access to the Keynote Speaker Sessions and Concurrent Sessions are included in the conference fee.

Accommodation is not included in the conference fee and must be booked separately at the North Lakes Hotel and Spa at £115 per night (Quoting the NCRRM Conference) or at your chosen hotel / B&B. www.discoverpenrith.co.uk/visit-penrith/accommodation/

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Full Conference Attendance Fee, inc conference dinner and drinks reception, Wednesday 12 and Thursday 13 June 2019: £250

Single Days Conference Attendance - Please confirm which day/s you will attending:

Single Days Conference Attendance Wednesday 12 June only (excluding the Conference Dinner) - £98

Single Days Conference Attendance Thursday 13 June only (excluding the Conference Dinner) - £98

Conference Dinner

Evening Conference Dinner and Drinks Reception Attendance on Wednesday 12 June 2019: £50

Application for one of the limited subsidised places for Undergraduate Medical Students

There are a limited number of subsidised places available for Undergraduate Medical Students* who are presenting posters (£30.00 per day) excluding accommodation and Conference Dinner. The Conference Organisers will select the Delegates for these places based on their Poster Abstract.

If you wish to be considered for one of these places please indicate below and ensure that you submit a 350 word Abstract.

I would like to be considered for one of the subsidised UG Medical Student Places and will, if selected, attend to present my poster in accordance with the NCRRM requirements.

Wednesday 12 June only (Single Days Conference fee of £98 will apply if not selected for one of the subsidised places)

Thursday 13 June only (Single Days Conference fee of £98 will apply if not selected for one of the subsidised places)

*Undergraduate Medical Students will not be eligible for multiple concessions at the NCCRM Conference




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