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2016/2017 Programme

All meetings 7.00pm Buffet Talks start at 7.30 unless otherwise stated. Small Dental lecture Theatre, UHW

  • September 14th Wednesday AGM and Presidential address;
    Dr Alan Stone
    Medicine without the tools – a personal experience of medicine at the extremes
     
  • October 4th Tuesday. Doctors as patients, do we get special treatment and is that always a good thing?
    • Dr Lorna Tapper Jones, Dr Ruth Stone, Dr Chris Gildersleve
     
  • November 1st Tuesday. Lecture and tour of Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre – unlocking the secrets of the Brain.
    A fascinating glimpse behind the state of the art brain research establishment and to view Europe’s most powerful brain scanner - the Siemens 3 Tesla Connectom MRI system.
    Maindy Road, CF24 4HQ
     
  • December 7th Wednesday. An inspirational Profession – why we went to Medical School?
    • Beth Shelvey, Medical Student – Running an orphanage in Kenya
    • Hallam Amos, Medical Student – combining an International and Rugby career and a Medical Career
    • Prof Sir Mansel Aylward, his experience at the Aberfan disaster as a medical student. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the disaster
     
  • January 10th Tuesday. Medicine at the cutting edge.
    Three presentations on exciting new developments in medicine and surgery
    • Dr Marcus Coffey, Senior Lecturer in Pharmacology, Personalised drug therapy
    • Dr Peter O’Callaghan, Consultant Cardiologist, Interventional Cardiology
    • Mr Krishna Narahari, Consultant Urologist, Robotic Surgery
     
  • February 8th Wednesday. Tripartite meeting in Cardiff
    • Lt Col Leigh Davies on his experiences in Afghanistan.
    • Dr Gethin Ellis - ‘Is My ‘eart Normal, Butt’
    • Dr Meirion Llewelyn - 'Yellow Fever in Wales – about to make a comeback?'
     
  • March 7th Tuesday  Student research awards.
    Student presentations for the Cardiff Medical Society Health Care Prize. Awarded to a medical student or junior doctor who has undertaken, as a medical student, a project that has contributed to an improvement in health care. This is an opportunity to hear about exciting new developments.
     
  • April 5th Wednesday Research Presentation evening 
    Specialist Registrars from around Wales present the highlights of research going on in Wales to improve the health of the nation. A glimpse into different specialisms and cutting edge research.
     
  • May Annual dinner


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