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Conference: Midlands Racial Equality in Medicine Conference 2023
Saturday 11 March at 10:00 am to 4:00 pmFree
The Midlands Racial Equality in Medicine Conference 2023 is being held on the 11th March 2023 at the University of Leicester.
If you would like to know more about the conference, please click here: www.le.ac.uk/mrem-conference-2023
From the Midlands Racial Equality in Medicine Conference 2023 website:
“The MREM Network are excited to host the second Midlands Racial Equality in Medicine Conference. This is a free conference taking place at the University of Leicester on Saturday 11 March 2023, 10.00am – 4.00pm.
This conference aims to build connections between medical schools and provide both staff and students with the ability to learn about upcoming initiatives, present research and attend panels and workshops. This is with the overall aim of increasing attainment and overall graduate outcomes amongst ethnic minority medical students.
The event will provide opportunities to increase academic exposure and portfolio development for ethnic minority students. Students can apply to partake in poster presentations to increase visibility of their research and win prizes.
We will announce the Elevate Grant which is awarded to an ethnic minority student or student group in support of a research project relating to the goals of the MREM network. This grant is up to £1000 and will be awarded after a peer-reviewed selection process with winners announced after the conference.
This is an in-person conference, however the first half (which includes key note speakers, elevate grant winners 2022 and student panel) will be hybrid for individuals who are unable to travel to Leicester.
Call for Abstracts
The deadline for submission of abstracts for poster presentations and workshops is Friday 10 February 2023. All authors will be notified on Friday 17 February 2023.
The MREM Conference is accepting abstracts for posters displayed in person at the conference. Applications will be accepted for research conducted by students, clinicians and academics from an ethnic minority background or research focused on improving the experiences (academic or medical) of ethnic minority populations.
The abstract and the subsequent poster may describe research findings, personal experiences or theoretical framework for suggested actions/policies. Abstracts should not exceed 250 words.
Submit an abstract for a poster presentation (Microsoft Form).
The MREM Conference is accepting abstracts to deliver a 45 minute workshop. Applications will be accepted for research conducted by clinicians and academics from an ethnic minority background or research focused on improving the experiences (academic or medical) of ethnic minority populations. Abstracts should not exceed 250 words.
Submit an abstract for a workshop (Microsoft Form)”