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Saturday 4th Oct Programme




08:30 – 09:15

Keynote Address

Mosaic – a new digital publication to explore the science of life. - Richard Everett (Wellcome Trust)

09:15 – 10:30

New Voices

A Historical Look at Medical Illustration - Anni Skilton (University Hospital Bristol)

Studio-quality photography without a studio - Arezoo Alford (Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital)
Creating a TMD patient information resource for the iPad - Miriam Waite (University of Dundee)
Imaging the anterior segment of the eye - Maytyra Tiren (Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals)

How to maximise your studio space - Simon Brinkworth (University Hospital Bristol)
The Skulls of Skateholm - Jenny Kenyon (University of Dundee)

10:30 – 11:00



Plenary Sessions AM


Applications of 3D Technology in Facial and Cranial Reconstruction - Lawrence Dovgalski


Digital Storytelling and Healthcare Environments - Lisa Heledd Jones


IMI Talk live


12:45 – 13:45




Concurrent Sessions PM


Session A

Session B

13:45 – 14:05

The Secure Clinical Image Transfer Application - Jane Tovey

Matching fundus photographs of classmates. An informal competition to promote learning and practice of direct ophthalmoscopy among medical students - Bård Kjersem

14:10 – 14:30

Modern media in medicine: Developing apps and video games - Cilein Kearns

Patent Medicine: Selling The Cure - Norm Barker

14:35 – 14:55

Turning negative expectations into positive outcomes. - How a dedicated TV show helps children cope with their visit to hospital. - Simon Pase

Modernising Scientific Careers – the changes to ophthalmology staffing and services – ophthalmic imaging - Matthew Thomas

15:00 – 15:20

Work smarter not harder – Creative thinking - Giles Arbon

MSc’s in Medical and Forensic Art: A reflection on the last seven years, highlighting good practice, challenges and changes - Caroline Erolin

15:20 – 15:50


15:50 – 16:30

Professional  updates

Introducing Cardiff University's new Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Photography - Amy Lake

Modernising Scientific Careers Curriculum Update - Paul Crompton

Regulation Update - Carol Fleming

The Academy for Health Care Science (AHCS) - Jason Candlin

16:30 – 17:00

Closing Keynote Address

Playing with light, business alchemy and the quest for the magic formula -
Greg Harding


Close of Programme


Conference Photograph

18:45 – 19:15

Drinks reception

19:15 – 21:15

Banquet and presentation of awards

 21:15 – End

 Music and dancing!







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