Description: The purpose of the Engagement & Producer Track is to provide an opportunity for students to attend Stanford Medicine X or Medicine X | Ed and interact—both in-person and through social media—with conference attendees and the world-at-large. Students will have the opportunity to lead a workshop or learning lab at Medicine X | Ed. Students accepted to the Medicine X engagement/producer track will be paired with ePatient scholars from the ePatient engagement/producer tracks and will participate in a collaborative design challenge.
Selection Criteria: Successful applicants will demonstrate a history of patient engagement and community outreach and advocacy, with preference for individuals using emerging technologies such as blogs, Twitter, and social media to pursue these goals.
Description: The purpose of the presenter track is to provide an opportunity for students to attend and speak at the Stanford Medicine X or Medicine X | Ed mainstage. By providing a student voice to the proceedings, participants will help share and disseminate the knowledge to educate and inspire others.
Selection Criteria: Applicants will be asked to submit a speaking proposal that describes their story and what they would like to speak about. Student talks in the presenter track will be five minutes in length and follow a pecha kucha/ignite format.
Financial scholarships are intended to support students with the greatest financial need. Note that partial scholarships to Medicine X and Medicine X | Ed will be awarded on a financial needs basis.
Separate financial assistance may be available for travel expenses and lodging costs.
The Medicine X Student Leadership Advisory Panel recognizes that situations may suddenly change, and given adequate notice and reason, the Advisory Panel will work with scholarship recipients to ensure recipients are able to attend the conference.
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