St Hilda's Medical Society presents its 2016 conference
CROSSING BOUNDARIES: CHALLENGES IN GLOBAL HEALTH
Saturday, 24th September 2016
Jacqueline du Pré Music Building, St Hilda’s College, Oxford.
9.30 Registration; tea/coffee
10.00-10.45 Vaccine against Ebola and Zika Virus
Dr Matthew Snape, Consultant in General Paediatrics and Vaccinology, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
10.45-11.30 Female Genital Mutilation
Dr Brenda Kelly, Consultant in Obstetrics, Clinical Lead for FGM, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
11.30-12.15 Novel ways of improving learning experiences in conflict zones: The OxPal Medlink
Dr Hasanen Al-Taiar, Locum Consultant in Forensic Psychiatry, The Oxford Clinic MSU, Littlemore Hospital, Oxford.
14.00-14.45 The Romance of Building Children’s Orthopaedic Hospitals in Africa
Professor Chris Lavy, Professor of Orthopaedic and Tropical Surgery and Consultant Orthopaedic and Spine Surgeon, Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
14.45-15.45 Reports from the field: St Hilda’s Year Six Student Electives
Francesca Johns, Alexis Rodriguez, Jack Herlihy, Hannah Petho
15.45-16.15 Tea/coffee break
16.15-17.00 PAMELA MACKINNON LECTURE: Refugee Health
Dr Juliet Cohen (St Hilda’s 1980), Head of Doctors, Freedom from Torture
17.30 for 18:00 Drinks reception and Dinner (separate ticket)
The Conference has been approved for 4 CPD credits.
There will also be an exhibition of images “Face to Face”, relating to NOMA disease by Dr Alison Boyes (St Hilda's 1980) and Dr David Ball (Brasenose 1978), Face Africa Charity.
All are welcome.
Tickets: £40. Concession for doctors in training (£25) and students (£10). Conference price includes lunch and refreshments between the sessions. Dinner tickets: £40 (students £19).
Donations to the Jenny Tyrrell Bursary Fund which will support a student elective in clinical medicine.
Accommodation in College available (single or twin).
Please note that refunds for cancelled tickets will not be issued after 16th September.