Bristol medical students scoop prizes at Belfast conference

By | November 20, 2014

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Congratulations to the following students who, between them, won four out of the five prizes on offer at the Technology Enhanced Learning: a Medical Student Conference held at Queen’s University Belfast on 3rd October.

Best Oral Presentation: Richard Bosworth (4th year) for his App on Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator Malfunction

Runner-up Oral Presentation: Ben Porter (5th year) for his novel approach to Teaching the 12 Lead ECG

Best Poster: Simi Ninan (4th year) for her innovative pre-prescribing e-learning tutorial

Runner-up Poster: Eimear Haughey (intercalated at Bristol in Anatomical Science, now back at Queen’s) for researching the role of video in her online neuroanatomy resource

Other Bristol students had abstracts accepted and narrowly missed out on the prizes. The projects and presentations from Bristol were of an extremely high standard. Well-done all of you.

Dr Jane Williams, Director TEL, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry

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