Wed, 27 Oct | Online Event

A Seat At The Table

A Panel Discussion this Black History Month exploring what it means to take up space, create new spaces and carve a path that works for you as african and caribbean medics.
A Seat At The Table

Time & Location

27 Oct, 19:00 – 23:00
Online Event

About The Event

Meet our Pannelists:

Dr Gyles Morrison - Dr Gyles Morrison MBBS MSc is a Clinical UX Strategist with a 10 year history in healthcare. Starting as a doctor in the UK, he now works internationally, helping UX professionals and healthcare companies make products and services that are valued by clinicians and patients. He specialises in using healthcare behavioral science and digital therapeutics to improve healthcare outcomes. An international speaker, UX mentor and career coach, he is also the founder of the Clinical UX Association, the leading authority on Clinical UX.

Lauren Pereira-Greene - ​​I am a second year medical student at UCL. I co-founded DIMA (Diversity In Medical Academia) which aims to get students from underrepresented backgrounds into medical research and academia. As the recipient of a Laidlaw Research and Leadership Scholarship, I am undertaking research on the relationship between childhood trauma and psychosis (a disorder which particularly affects black males). Currently, I am also working on a Decolonising the Medical Curriculum project at my university, as well as trying to increase diversity and inclusion in the sport of rowing. Additionally, I work as a mentor to help those from less privileged backgrounds get into medical school.

Dr James Egbuji - 

  • General Ticket

Share This Event