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Thank you to all the presenters, chairs and trainees who made the event engaging, informative and inspiring. The meeting, guest lectures and dinner with Dame Sally provided a good opportunity to network and meet members of the School Board and Training Leads.

Trainees from left: Rachel Ryves, Jane Vennik, Clare McDermott and Clare Oakland © Clare McDermott
Trainees from left: Rachel Ryves, Jane Vennik, Clare McDermott and Clare Oakland

It was generally felt that the event offered a good mix of poster presentations and lectures and the guest lectures and Dame Sally Davies were very well received. As one trainee said "It was a really great opportunity to see how much varied research is being conducted and gave me plenty of food for thought for my own research. The biggest impact for me was the opportunity to network and meet the trainees in such a supportive environment."

The presentations from the annual trainees' event can now be downloaded from the website.

 

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