Medicine24

Medicine24

09 September - 10 September 2019

Technology and Innovation Centre, University of Strathclyde

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  • Medicine24 is the flagship medical conference of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. This two-day conference provides up-to-date information on the optimal management of acutely ill patients within the first 24 hours of admission. Now in its fifth year, Medicine24 2019 will cover the most common situations that present in busy receiving wards, and will include updates in a range of medical specialties:

    • Cardiology
    • Working with other Disciplines
    • Rheumatology
    • Haematology
    • Endocrinology and Diabetes
    • Stroke and Migraine
    • Adverse Reactions  

    This year the conference will be held at the University of Strathclyde’s Technology and Innovation Centre (TIC). This venue is Strathclyde's world-class research facility and was recently named the UK's Best Academic Venue at the 2018 Meetings and Incentive Travel Awards.

    Suitable for:

    • Medical Foundation Trainees
    • Medical Core Trainees
    • Medical Specialty Trainees
    • SAS Grade Physicians
    • Medical Consultants
    • Other Physicians
  • 09 September
    08:15-09:00

    Day 1 - Registration, tea and coffee

    09 September
    09:00-09:10

    Day 1 - Introduction and welcome

    Professor Jackie Taylor
    President
    Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow

    09 September
    09:10-09:45

    Day 1 - Keynote Lecture
    Top 10 lessons from the Glasgow major incidents

    Dr Neil Dignon
    Consultant in Emergency Medicine - Glasgow Royal Infirmary
    Major Incident Lead - North Glasgow
    Emergency Medical Retrieval Service
    Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer

    SESSION 1 - CARDIOLOGY
    Chairperson: Dr Paul Rocciccioli

    09 September
    09:45-11:00

    The Cardiology session this year will focus on the acute management of a variety of cardiac related issues during the first 24 hours of admission. This will provide invaluable insight into recent changes and the latest clinical evidence as well as informing on some of the most commonly occurring cardiology problems while ensuring best practice.

    09 September
    11:00-11:30

    Day 1 - Morning refreshment break and POSTER VIEWING

    SESSION 2 - WORKING WITH OTHER DISCIPLINES
    Chairperson: Dr Paul McConnell

    09 September
    11:30-11:55

    Getting it right second time

    Mr Patrick MacGoey
    ST8, General Surgery and Intensive Care Medicine
    Glasgow Royal Infirmary

    09 September
    11:55-12:20

    Critical care - when to refer

    Dr Monika Beatty
    Critical Care Consultant
    Edinburgh

    09 September
    12:20-12:45

    Psychiatry - when to refer

    Dr Matthew Sheridan
    Consultant in Old Age Psychiatry
    Greater Glasgow and Clyde

    09 September
    12:45-13:45

    Day 1 - Lunch and POSTER VIEWING

    SESSION 3 - HAEMATOLOGY
    Chairperson: Professor Campbell Tait

    09 September
    13:45-14:10

    Managing the bleeding patient on antithrombotic therapy

    Dr Ryan Rodgers
    Consultant Haematologist
    Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh

    09 September
    14:10-14:35

    Thrombocytopenia – differential diagnosis and further investigations

    Dr Catherine Bagot
    Consultant Haematologist
    Glasgow Royal Infirmary

    09 September
    14:35-15:00

    Who do I need to refer urgently to haematology for a biopsy?

    Dr Alistair Hart
    Consultant Haematologist
    South Glasgow

    09 September
    15:00-15:30

    Day 1 - Afternoon refreshment break and POSTER VIEWING

    SESSION 4 - RHEUMATOLOGY
    Chairperson - Dr Hilary Wilson

    09 September
    15:30-15:50

    Acute hot joint

    Dr Mike Reed
    Consultant in Rheumatology and General Medicine
    Forth Valley Royal Hospital

    09 September
    15:50-16:10

    Vasculitis at the front door

    Dr Laura McGregor
    Consultant Rheumatologist
    Glasgow Royal Infirmary

    09 September
    16:10-16:30

    Rheumatology drugs – pitfalls in the receiving unit

    Dr Marc Aitken
    Glasgow Royal Infirmary

    09 September
    16:30-16:50

    Myositis

    Dr Sean Kerrigan
    Clinical Research Fellow
    University of Glasgow

    09 September
    16:50-17:00

    Close and thank you

    Dr Liz Murphy
    Director of Medical Education
    Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow

    09 September
    17:00-18:00

    Drinks reception and POSTER VIEWING

    10 September
    08:45-09:15

    Day 2 - Registration, tea and coffee

    10 September
    09:15-09:25

    Day 2 - Introduction and welcome

    Professor Hazel Scott
    Vice President (Medical)
    Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow

    10 September
    09:25-10:00

    Day 2 - Keynote Lecture 1
    Design and technology and the future impact on acute care delivery

    Mr Iain Hennessey
    Clinical Director of Innovation
    Alder Hey Children's Hospital

    10 September
    10:00-10:35

    Day 2 - Keynote Lecture 2
    Making the most of magic teaching moments oncall

    Dr Jon Cooper
    Consultant Physician
    Leeds General Infirmary

    10 September
    10:35-11:00

    Day 2 - Morning refreshment break and POSTER VIEWING

    SESSION 5 - STROKE AND MIGRAINE
    Chairperson: Professor Matthew Walters

    10 September
    11:00-11:25

    Investigation of stroke-like symptoms

    Dr Amith Sitaram
    Clinical Fellow in Stroke Medicine
    Queen Elizabeth University Hospital

    10 September
    11:25-11:50

    Clinical and political hot topic of thrombectomy

    Dr Peter Keston
    Consultant Neuroradiologist
    NHS Lothian

    10 September
    11:50-12:15

    Update on migraine treatment including the exciting new calcitonin gene related peptide blocking drugs

    Dr Johann Selvarajah
    Consultant Neurologist
    Queen Elizabeth University Hospital

    10 September
    12:15-13:15

    Day 2 - Lunch and POSTER VIEWING

    SESSION 6 - ADVERSE REACTIONS/POISONING/PENICILLIN ALLERGY
    Chairperson: Dr Malcolm Shepherd

    10 September
    13:15-13:40

    Non allergy and consequence

    TBC

    10 September
    13:40-14:05

    Penicillin

    Dr Neil Richie
    Consultant Physician in Infectious Diseases and Acute Medicine
    Queen Elizabeth University Hospital

    10 September
    14:05-14:30

    Paracetamol

    Dr Gerry MacKay

    10 September
    14:30-15:00

    Day 2 - Afternoon refreshment break and POSTER VIEWING

    SESSION 7 - ENDOCRINOLOGY AND DIABETES
    Chairperson:Dr Andrew Gallagher

    10 September
    15:00-15:25

    Diabetes foot disease at the front door

    Dr Graham Leese
    Consultant Endocrinologist
    Ninewells Hospital, Dundee

    10 September
    15:25-15:50

    Acute metabolic emergencies

    Dr David McGrane
    Consultant Physician and Diabetologist
    Queen Elizabeth University Hospital

    10 September
    15:50-16:15

    New technologies and how to deal with them

    Dr Brian Kennon
    Consultant Diabetologist, National Lead for Diabetes and Speciality Adviser to CMO Diabetes & Endocrinology
    Queen Elizabeth University Hospital

    10 September
    16:15-16:35

    Close and thank you
    Prizes for poster submission

    Professor Hazel Scott Vice President (Medical) Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow

  • Category Product Amount
    Non-Member (AHP) Registrations £263
    Non-Member (Reduced rate) Registrations £275
    Member Registrations £238
    Non-Member Registrations £440
  • Technology and Innovation Centre
    University of Strathclyde


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