The Healing Foundation conference on the 1st of July at the RCS in London, attended by Vivien Morgan CEO and Amanda Oliver Campaign Manager, hosted a day for a number of charities who work in the field of disfigurement – a great opportunity for networking with other alike organisations. Amongst those attending included CLAPA,Changing Faces, DEBRA, Facial Palsy- as well as Blond McIndoe who have a new CEO Maxine Smeaton, Dan’s Fund and the Children’s Burns Trust. It was a fantastic day for Restore building new connections with charities alike.
Essay Title: How should we assess scarring?
This annual competition is a fantastic chance to develop your portfolio, enhance your knowledge of burns and plastic surgery and win a cash prize of £1000. The competition is open to all medical students who are registered at UK medical schools and within one year of their elective.
The winner will receive a prize of £1000, which will be expected...Read more