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Saturday 5th October – Programme


Provisional Programme only.

07:15 – 08:15

Group Meditation Session – Carol Beckerman


Registration opens

Keynote Address

Life Sciences: Medical research needs a new imageProfessor Richard Trembath

New Voices

Photography or video in assessing breast reconstruction – Rosie Smithers

Show me where? – Helping children with speech problems to communicate – Jan Sharp

Meg's top tips to creative PR photography  – Meg Pearson

An Overview of Work Placement Students within an Ophthalmic Imaging Service – Becky Smith

“Does creating one’s own anatomy flashcards help improve medical students’ retention of anatomical knowledge?” – Victoria McCulloch

Pressure Ulcers:  Beyond the Image - Debbie Banks

Plenary Session AM

Photography led AMD review clinics. Expanding roles. Addressing capacity - Richard Hancock 

I photograph very tiny things – Michael Peres

How the World Health Organization communicates health research evidence - Jamie Guth


Concurrent Sessions PM

Dermatoscopy: to cross-polarise, or not to cross-polarise, that is the question - Amy Lake and Bolette Jones

A UK-wide photography and video service for Personal Injury lawyers - Simon Brown

Shooting HD Video with DSLR Cameras - Keven Siegert

Hidden Beauty: Exploring the Aesthetics of Medical Science - Norm Barker

Enhancing the Healing Environments at CMFT - Manchester’s involvement - Geraldine Thompson

Cross Polarisation, Making it Practical – Nathan Edwards

MRSA and Infection Control Awareness for Clinical Photographers – Tamsin Fawn

How we use 'e-track' to upload medical photography results to the patient record – Rachel Eden

My experiences and considerations when designing and producing a mobile app - Vincent Harding

Not-so-Smartphones? A survival guide to managing the use of personal devices for Clinical PhotographyLisa Fisher

Closing Keynote Address

Richard III – Using Modern Forensic Imaging Tools to Determine Cause of Death
- Professor Sarah Hainsworth  

Close of Programme


Conference Photograph

18:45 – 19:15

Drinks reception

19:15 – 21:15

Banquet and presentation of awards

21:15 – End

Live Band and dancing!

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