As part of Black History Month ASME is highlighting some of the relevant work we have showcased.

In September last year Dr Anique Atherley (MedEd Travelling Fellowship 2019 Award Winner) presented an ASMEBITESIZE session on Diverse, dynamic and deliberate networks of students transitioning to clinical training (asme.org.uk).

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Hosted by the ASME Director for Publications, Dr Kim Walker, the session focussed on Anique’s own empirical research into the social networks of undergraduate transitioning students.

To access the video, presentation as well as Dr Atherley’s social network exercise from this fantastic ASMEBITESIZE session please follow this link; ASMEBITESIZE: Diverse, dynamic & deliberate networks of students transitioning to clinical training – YouTube

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