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Medical Education

Students present their research at the Annual Scientific Meeting in Edinburgh

Published: 15 July 2013

Three medical students who had conducted medical education research projects as part of their BMedSci presented at the ASME conference in Edinburgh.

Katherine Smart's presentation was entitled: "Assessment of the effectiveness of undergraduate pain education at the University of Southampton's Faculty of Medicine in preparing students for clinical placements". Eleanor Clark presented "An exploration of the student experience of Early Patient Contact: comparing primary care and hospital settings", both within the Undergraduate Education stream. Amit Motwani presented an e-poster within the New Technologies track. It was entitled: "Mobile Phones - Good or evil for medical education?"

All in all, there was quite a sizeable group from Southampton at the conference - apart from the student presenters, there were three other students who had won the competition (reported previously). Southampton also has two student members on the JASME committee: Jordana Abraham (who is an F1 doctor in London) and Dev Rajwani, who completed third year.  They all met up with MEDU staff members as well as other colleagues from Southampton.

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