Third Annual Medical Students Ethics Conference – Becoming a Physician: Ethical Challenges in Medical Education Call for Abstracts
October 13, 2017
The “Becoming a Physician: Ethical Challenges in Medical Education” conference is the only medical ethics conference to focus on the ethical challenges medical students encounter on the path to becoming physicians. It is intended to be a forum for medical students to present their reflections on these challenges.
The organizing committee invites abstracts for oral presentations on the ethical issues that arise in and because of one’s role as a medical student. Potential topics include, but are not limited to: the impact of race in medical practice; transgender health; immigration status and medical training; moral distress; hierarchy in medicine.
To submit an abstract the author must be enrolled in an accredited medical college. Abstracts co-authored with faculty or residents will not be considered.
All submissions should include two MSWord documents: a 350-word abstract with title and no identifying information and
a cover page with the following information: 1) abstract title; 2) author name; 3) author affiliation; and 4) email address.
Best Abstract Award
The organizing committee will award the best abstract a monetary prize in the amount of $200.
Please email your submissions to [email protected].
The conference is organized by the Bioethics Program and the Medical Ethics Student
Organization of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.