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04 Apr 2017

Our flagship medical conference Medicine24 is back on 8-9 June.

Our flagship medical conference is back. The third annual Medicine24 conference will take place on 8-9 June 2017, as part of our fourth triennial conference, Excellence in Healthcare. 

Medicine24 will provide up to date information on the optimal management of acutely ill patients within the first 24 hours. This year will look at updates in cardiology, respiratory medicine, gastroenterology, neurology, and diabetes and endocrinology. There are also sessions on oncology, therapeutics, and infectious diseases. 

The 2017 programme includes new ‘Bigger Picture’ sessions, moving away from acute care and looking at the wider aspects of medicine.

Andy Gallagher, Conference Director, gives an overview of what you can expect from Medicine24 2017 in his short video.

Internationally renowned conference speakers include Professor Loren Laine, Yale School of Medicine, Dr John Paul Leach, Institute of Neurological Sciences, Dr Marie Collazo-Clavell, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, and Professor Marc Pfeffer, Harvard Medical School.

Medicine24 was a sell out in 2015 and 2016, and so early booking is recommended.

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