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School of Clinical Medicine, University of Cambridge
Hills Road, CB2 0 Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
**CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY O&G SOCIETY WELCOMES YOU TO OUR 3RD NATIONAL STUDENT CONFERENCE**
9am-5.30pm SATURDAY 24th February 2018
School of Clinical Medicine (newly refurbished).
Join us to hear about exciting developments in the field of O&G, to debate topical issues, and to gain valuable presenting opportunities, OSCE and career advice. You can even bring along your CV for personalised advice from experts. Useful for exams AND exploring future career pathways!
PROGRAMME- more exciting details to follow shortly…
9.00am- Registration & breakfast
9.15am- Welcome from CUOGS President
9.20am- Welcome from Mr. Latimer (CUOGS Guardian)
9.30am- Talk 1
10.10am- Talk 2
11.00am- Coffee break
11.20pm- Key-note speaker
12.20pm- Lunch & Poster Competition Judging
1.20pm- Interactive Ethical Debate
2.05pm- Oral Presentations & Prize Giving
2.45pm- OSCE style workshops x3 40mins
4.45pm- CV and Career Panel
5.10-5.30pm- 1-on-1 CV Clinic
***PLEASE BRING A COPY OF YOUR CV ON THE DAY FOR THE CV CLINIC***
We welcome all submissions for O&G related poster & oral presentations on original research, case studies, audits etc.
You must be a medical student (i.e. not graduated with MBBS) to enter.
250 words max
Submission via this form: goo.gl/forms/pIa2axCE6TKNyiRk2
Deadline: THURS 18th JAN 23:59 (you’ll hear back from us by Sun 21st Jan 23:59)
3 lucky abstract submitters will be asked to present orally, and all others via poster.
Prizes and certificates are up for grabs so it's definitely worth your while entering. Good luck!
CUOGS is super excited to announce that we will be joined by renowned public speaker & royalty of the FGM tackling community, Naana Otoo-Oyortey MBE.
Naana is Executive Director of FORWARD UK, the lead organisation in the UK tackling female genital mutilation. Naana has over 30 years’ experience on gender and women’s human rights and advises the UK government and the European Parliament on FGM. She was honoured by the Queen with an MBE for women’s human rights in 2009. forwarduk.org.uk/
Early bird: £13.00 (until they sell out OR 7th Jan 23:59)
Full price: £15.00
Breakfast, tea & coffee and lunch included in the price
*booking fee not included in price
From the South: Cambridge Railway Station is well linked to London King’s Cross via a 45minute fast train. Slower (but cheaper) trains leave from London Liverpool Street.
From the North: Cambridge is best accessed via Ely or London.
Travel on the Morning: The Clinical School is located 1.6miles from Cambridge Railway Station. Please allow 10-15mins for a taxi ride. This should cost you less than £10. Alternatively, allow up to 40mins to walk from the station.
Unfortunately there is no official parking available. Hospital parking is available, in car parks 1 or 2. For more details, including costs please see: cuh.nhs.uk/finding-us/parking.
There is very limited free parking available on nearby residental roads- Look up 'Glebe Road' or 'Holbrook Road' on google maps which are located a ~15-20mins walk from the Clinical School.
Cambridge airport is located 3.4miles from the Clinical School. If you are taking a taxi, please allow up to 30mins for traffic in the morning.
Medical Students from all UK Medical Schools are warmly invited to join us!