The Clinical Mind Competition aims to develop clinical reasoning and teamwork, testing knowledge, and encouraging learning.
It consists of the presentation of a clinical case by Prof. Dr Lisa Sanders. The questions are made in real-time during the congress and scores are awarded.
In the end, the winning team (of 2 participants) will get the opportunity to go on an internship in an international cooperation mission in Africa and the chance to participate in the project “Saúde para Todos” with medical teams from Instituto Marquês Valle Flôr. The first runner-up will get to choose between a research and clinical internship at Champalimaud Foundation, in the field of Haemato-Oncology, or a one-year subscription of Osmosis. The second runner-up will be awarded the remaining prize.
For further information please read the Rules of Procedure
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Dr. Lisa Sanders is a clinician educator in the Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency Program. In addition to her work as a physician and teacher, she writes the popular Diagnosis column for the New York Times Magazine and the Think Like a Doctor column featured in the New York Times blog, The Well. Her column was the inspiration for the Fox program House MD (2004-2012) and she served as a consultant to the show. In 2010 published a book titled Every Patient Tells a Story: Medical Mysteries and the Art of Diagnosis. Currently she is collaborating with the New York Times on an 8 hour documentary series on the process of diagnosis, currently available on Netflix.
The Fundação AstraZeneca Innovate Competition is part of the iMed Conference® 12.0 Lisbon 2020. Every year, the iMed Conference® encourages young students and scientists to present their work and findings to a panel of renowned scientists and our participants.
The winning projects in Basic and Translational Research will be awarded a Research Grant, with 3.000€ grants for each winning Oral Presentation and 1.000€ for each winning Poster.
If you are an undergraduate college or master’s degree student and you are involved in a scientific research project in life sciences and have plenty of innovative ideas, then this competition is for you!
In order to participate in this competition, you must read the Rules of Procedure , as well as the models for the documents needed to apply here. (Please take note that the submission period for the Innovate Competition closed on the 15th of May)
And send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the required documentation:
For further information please read the documents in this folder or contact us at email@example.com