The Clinical Academic Programme at Sheffield has swept busily into Autumn with a range of events.
The CAT programme and the Clinical Academic Society hosted a very popular Cheese and Wine evening in September, introducing clinical academic medicine to BMedSci and medical undergraduates. Despite the ice for the drinks being delivered four days early, much wine and cheese was consumed and much interest generated in clinical academic careers.
The Annual Gala Dinner takes place on 4th November at Kelham Island and is a chance for all trainees to network, relax and reflect on their achievements at combining research with successful clinical careers. Speakers are Prof Andrew Fisher from Newcastle and Prof David Dockrell, recently moved to Edinburgh. Music will be provided by Haematology academic lead Dr Andy Chantry’s band The Zeroes, who with great versatility promise mellow jazz with punk rock to follow.
The Clinical Academic Programme at Sheffield is proud to be hosting next year’s Academic Clinical Fellow Primary Care Conference in March 2017. This two-day national conference at the Hilton Hotel welcomes academic GP trainees and their programme leads to present their research, engage with workshops and presentations from experts in primary care research and network with colleagues from across the country.