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The popular New Voices session, named in memory of Julie Dorrington, gives first-time presenters the opportunity to give a short ten-minute presentation on a topic of their choice. This session is always well attended, as we hear from some of the brightest new voices in our profession. The winner of the best overall presentation, as voted by the delegates, will receive the Julie Dorrington Membership Award, comprising a certificate and a prize of a year's free membership.
Stephanie Rowe will present her final BSc. project; the research has resulted in the production of official standardised guidelines for taking paediatric craniofacial images.
Eleanor Wright will summarise her project, which involved collecting 3D images data from visitors to the Science Museum to assist in surgical planning for children born with deformities at Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Carl Rogers will highlight his video project entitled ‘Patients First’, produced to benefit the wellbeing of patients .
Alice Kenny and Carly Stevens will present their documentary-style photographic project for the departments of Anaesthetics, Intensive Care and Pain Management at the University Hospital of Wales.
Alexandra Challoner's presentation, 'The Creation and Evaluation of a Virtual 3D Pathology Resource', will discuss a pilot study to determine user preference for an educational database of pathology specimens.