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Open to undergraduate and postgraduate students from any institution and any background, medical or non-medical.

Date: 2nd March 2019 

Location: Old Medical School, University of Edinburgh

(less than 15 minutes walk from the city centre, Waverley Station and the airport bus stop)

Theme: Technology in Medicine

***Earlybird Tickets Out NOW!***

The date and theme of the 9th RMS National Undergraduate Conference for 2019 has been announced! This event is open to undergraduate and postgraduate students from any institution and any background, medical or non-medical.

Medical Technology is advancing at an exceptional rate. Experts have utilised technology to better diagnose, monitor and treat conditions that severely affect a significant proportion of the population. For our 9th National Conference, the Royal Medical Society hopes to open a platform for discussing the role of these advancements in improving our knowledge of diseases and in providing a better quality of life for patients. 

This event will include a wide variety of interesting speakers and interactive workshops from medical, surgical and scientific backgrounds to give us an insight on the innovative work being carried out. Students from around the UK will get an opportunity to present their research and showcase the amazing contribution they have made in their various fields. 


– Talks from three prominent speakers in the field of technology in Medicine
– A choice from different workshop sessions
– A chance to see pioneering research from students across the country
– An extensive buffet lunch
– Morning refreshments, tea and coffee
– Delegate bag with freebies and conference lanyard
– Certificate of attendance for your portfolio


Our conference is themed “Tech in Medicine” this year but we welcome and encourage abstract submissions from all FIELDS of medicine, biomedicine, healthcare and any other relevant backgrounds. Please send in a 300 word abstract to

Abstracts will be marked by two leading clinicians and/or researchers. The top-scoring abstracts will be selected for oral and poster presentation, with the runners up entered into the poster presentation competition. Successful abstracts will be published in RES MEDICA: the peer-reviewed journal of the Royal Medical Society.

Abstract submission will close on the 31st January 2019.

We look forward to seeing you there!
– Simran, Lucy, David, Catherine and Liam, The Royal Medical Society Conference Team 2019

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