GP Forum Medical Student Poster Prize

@Royal Society of Medicine in General Practice
  • Posted On : 14/06/2022
  • Application Deadline or Event Date : 15/07/2022
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  • Training Stage Suitability Junior Medical Student Senior Medical Student
  • Location Suitability candidates nationally
  • Category Grants or Prizes

Project Description

Date: 15 July 2022
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Each year the section awards a prize for the best-selected posters entered for consideration. Posters are selected on the merit of their presentation, relevance of the content to primary care, the contribution made by the author, any future actions that might be taken, and the effect on healthcare going forward. The poster can describe a case study, a literature review, or a research/audit project. The topics for 2022 are: Often noted diagnostic problems in Primary Care Orthopaedic problems Cancer Referral schemes in General Practice Dealing with Chronic Pain in primary care Considerations of requests and referring elective surgeries in aesthetics The well-being of patients who are homeless or recently exiled Post Covid improvements in Practice Management, working in teams GP registrars and medical students should submit a structured abstract of no more than 250 words outlining the proposed content of their poster. Based on the abstracts received, a selection of applicants will be invited to submit their posters in a digital format for pre-assessment and then display at the forthcoming Primary Care Update. It is hoped that this will take place at the RSM in September but this will be dependent on Covid-19 restrictions applied at the time. If the Update takes place the posters will be judged on the day and will include face-to-face interviews with the applicants. If it does not take place awards will be made on the basis of the digital submissions. An award will be made to the best poster and runner-up for each registrar/student category and there will be an overall winner.

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