There will be a series of presentations and workshops by students and experienced professionals on non-technical aspects of medical practice, such as political challenges with the public health service and humanitarian values. The event will end with a prize-giving ceremony for the Dr Edwin Doubleday essay award, which funds medical students aspiring to improve the relationship between patients and the medical profession.
Aims of the event:
This event is run in association with the University of Manchester Doubleday Centre and the Doubleday Medical Schools Patient Partnership Collaboration.
Students are invited to submit an essay using this link below to enter the Doubleday Student Prize.