How to be a Good 21st Century Doctor

6th February 2021 and 7th February 2021

Virtual Online Conference


The year’s event will aim to highlight how technological advancements and International collaborations have evolved in the field of medicine.

Through a series of talks delegates will be able to gain a deeper understanding of how health care varies in different settings and the influence of technology in medicine. The speciality lectures will seek to provide delegates with a focus on career options.

Aims and Objectives

  • To provide delegates with a greater insight into how technological advancements can affect clinical medicine.
  • To provide delegates with valuable advice on career development options.

Fee, Date and Venue

  • Date : 6th February 2021 and 7th February 2021
  • Conference Fee : £8.00
  • Number of Places : 300
  • Suitable for : Medical Students


Professor Kwok-Leung Cheung
Professor of Breast Surgery and Medical Education, University of Nottingham
Consultant Breast Surgeon, University Hospitals of Derby and Burton, UK

Professor Masliza Mahmod
MBChB, MMed, MRCP, DPhil
Head of Clinical Trials Group at the University of Oxford Centre for Clinical
Magnetic Resonance Research (OCMR), Division of Cardiovascular Medicine
DPhil (PhD) in Cardiovascular Medicine, University of Oxford

Dr Natarajan Rajaraman
Masters in Public Health

Dr Areti Manataki
BSc, MSc, PhD
Lecturer in Computer Science at the University of St Andrews
Teaching and Research Fellow at the University of Edinburgh

Organising Committee

  • Presidents : Miss Thai Ling Wong, Miss Nadya Liyana Ow, Miss Wing Yan Elizabeth Wong
  • IT Support and Sponsorship Representatives : Mr Bryan Loh, Mr Samuel Lim Yung Ern, Mr Ka Hay Fan, Miss Shie Wei Chan
  • Speaker Liaison :Mr Yu Cheng Foo, Mr Daniel Tan Yuan An, Mr Chiu Ho Quentin Mak
  • Publicity Team : Miss Alexis Tang Yuyi, Miss Ying Hui Tan, Mr Thomas Ho Lai Yau, Mr Joe Cheung