This varied and engaging programme also includes our 47th Sir John Halliday Croom Lecture and our Keynote Lecture. Our Keynote lecture, delivered by Professor Pat Croskerry (Professor of Emergency Medicine and Director of Critical Thinking Program within the Division of Medical Education, Dalhousie University, Canada) will outline the fascinating psychology of clinical decisions, cognitive bias and the factors that influence medical decision making.
The programme will conclude with our popular Clinical Lessons session. Clinical Lessons - Call for Abstracts Abstracts are invited from Collegiate Members, Associates & Medical Students and Foundation Year Members of any of the UK Royal Colleges for the Clinical Lessons sessions at our symposium planned for January 2021. A prize will be awarded for the best Collegiate Member/Associate presentation and also a prize for the best Student/Foundation Year Member presentation. Those who have been chosen to present will deliver their talk virtually. Cases should be relevant to a general medical audience and should carry a clear lesson.
Abstracts should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org NO LATER THAN 9am GMT ON Monday 30 November 2020. Sir John Halliday Croom Medal Lectureship - Call for Applications Applications are invited from Collegiate Members (but not Fellows) of any UK Royal College of Physicians, resident in the United Kingdom, who wish to compete for the 47th Croom Lectureship. The lecture will be delivered virtually by the successful candidate on Friday 22 January 2021. The deadline to submit your application is 9am, Monday 30 November 2020. For more information please visit: https://events.rcpe.ac.uk/medical-trainees-online-symposium-day-life-medical-trainee