Medicine24 2020

Medicine24 2020

27 October - 05 November 2020

Online

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  • Festival of interactive digital learning

    ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW FOR THE FIRST 24 HOURS

    As always the programme provides up-to-date information on the optimal management of acutely ill patients and will cover the most common situations that present in busy receiving wards.

    For ease and convenience the programme can be accessed live or on-demand for up to two weeks after the event, and will offer up to 12 external CPD credits.

    Ample opportunity will be given to pose questions to speakers and to share opinions with fellow attendees and updates will be provided in a range of specialities.

    Webinar Programme:
    Session 1 – Respiratory – 27 October 2020, 18.00 – 19.30
    Session 2 – Palliative Care – 28 October 2020, 12.30 – 14.00
    Session 3 – Gastroenterology – 28 October 2020, 18.00 – 19.30
    Session 4 – Geriatric Medicine – 29 October 2020, 18.00 – 19.30
    Session 5 – Cardiology – 3 November 2020, 18.00 – 19.30
    Session 6 – Diabetes and Endocrinology – 4 November 2020, 12.30 – 14.00
    Session 7 – Renal and Infectious Diseases– 4 November 2020, 18.00 – 19.30
    Session 8 – Working in a time of COVID – 5 November 2020, 18.00 – 19.30

    Suitable for:

    • Medical Foundation Trainees
    • Core Medical Trainees/ Internal Medicine Trainees
    • Medical Specialty Trainees
    • SAS Grade Physicians
    • Medical Consultants
    • Other Physicians
  • 27 October
    18:00-18:05

    Opening Address

    Professor Jackie Taylor
    President
    Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons Glasgow

    Session 1 - Respiratory - Chaired by Dr George Chalmers

    27 October
    18:05-18:10

    Welcome - Session 1

    Dr George Chalmers

    27 October
    18:10-18:35

    Acute presentation of Interstitial Lung Disease

    Dr Helen Parfrey
    Consultant in Respiratory Medicine
    Cambridge Interstitial Lung Disease Unit
    Royal Papworth Hospital and Cambridge University

    27 October
    18:35-19:00

    Pulmonary complications of immunotherapy

    27 October
    19:00-19:25

    PE

    27 October
    19:25-19:30

    Q&A 1

    Session 2 - Palliative Care - Chaired by Dr Karen Harvie

    28 October
    12:30-12:35

    Welcome - Session 2

    Dr Karen Harvie

    28 October
    12:35-13:00

    Palliative care emergencies

    Dr Fiona Finlay
    Consultant in Palliative Medicine
    NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde

    28 October
    13:25-13:50

    The stranger symptoms of palliative care

    Dr Gordon Linklater
    Consultant in Palliative Medicine
    NHS Highland

    28 October
    13:50-14:00

    Q&A 2

    Session 3 - Gastroenterology - Chaired by Professor Adrian Stanley

    28 October
    18:00-18:05

    Welcome - Session 3

    Professor Adrian Stanley

    28 October
    18:05-18:30

    How to improve outcomes in acute upper GI bleeding

    Dr John Morris
    Consultant Gastroenterologist, GRI
    President, Scottish Society of Gastroenterology

    28 October
    18:30-18:55

    Decompensated liver disease in the first 24 hours: what you need to know

    Dr Stuart McPherson
    Consultant Hepatologist
    Freeman Hospital, Newcastle

    28 October
    18:55-19:20

    Managing the patient with functional GI disorders in the AMU

    Dr Elaine Henry
    Consultant Gastroenterologist
    Ninewells Hospital, Dundee

    28 October
    19:20-19:30

    Q&A 3

    Session 4 - Geriatric Medicine - Chaired by Dr Morven McElroy

    29 October
    18:00-18:05

    Welcome - Session 4

    Dr Morven McElroy

    29 October
    18:05-18:30

    Frail adult in HDU - escalation and geriatric physiology

    Dr Martin Wilson
    Consultant Physician
    Raigmore Hospital, Inverness

    29 October
    18:30-18:55

    Delirium interactive

    Dr Thomas Jackson
    Clinician Scientist and Visiting Consultant in Geriatric Medicine
    Institute of Inflammation and Ageing

    29 October
    18:55-19:20

    Exploring care home residents use of acute care

    Dr Jenni Burton
    SCREDS clinical lecturer, Geriatric Medicine
    Glasgow Royal Infirmary

    29 October
    19:20-19:30

    Q&A 4

    Session 5 - Cardiology

    03 November
    18:00-18:05

    Welcome - Session 5

    03 November
    18:05-18:30

    Interpreting high sensitivity troponins in acute admissions: what is an MI these days?

    03 November
    18:30-18:55

    Decompensated heart failure in context of preserved ejection fraction: how to manage HF-PEF

    03 November
    18:55-19:20

    Syncope admissions: when do Cardiologists worry?

    03 November
    19:20-19:30

    Q&A 5

    Session 6 - Diabetes and Endocrinology - Chaired by Dr Marie Freel

    04 November
    12:30-12:35

    Welcome - Session 6

    Dr Marie Freel

    04 November
    12:35-13:00

    Management of diabetes insipidus in the acutely unwell patient- the Cinderella of endocrine disorders

    Dr Aoife Garrahy

    04 November
    13:00-13:25

    Calcium: what to do if too low or too high

    Professor Jeremy Turner
    Consultant Endocrinologist, Department of Diabetes & Endocrinology, NNUH
    Honorary Professor, Norwich Medical School

    04 November
    13:25-13:50

    Steroids in critical illness: who, when and how

    Professor Simon Pearce
    Professor of Endocrinology,Translational and Clinical Research Institute
    Faculty of Medical Sciences, Newcastle University

    04 November
    13:50-14:00

    Q&A 6

    Session 7 - Renal and infectious disease - Chaired by Dr Colin Geddes and Dr Neil Ritchie

    04 November
    18:00-18:05

    Welcome - Session 7

    Dr Colin Geddes and Dr Neil Ritchie

    04 November
    18:05-18:30

    AKI and antibiotics

    Dr Samira Bell
    Consultant Nephrologist, Dundee

    04 November
    18:30-18:55

    Urinary tract infection

    04 November
    18:55-19:20

    Travel related infection in non-tropical trabel

    04 November
    19:20-19:30

    Q&A 7

    Session 8 - Working in a time of COVID - Chaired by Professor Hazel Scott

    05 November
    18:00-18:05

    Welcome - Session 8

    Professor Hazel Scott

    05 November
    18:05-18:30

    Keynote

    Dr Caroline Elton
    Career Planning for Doctors and Dentists

    05 November
    18:30-18:55

    Lessons from a Pandemic

    05 November
    18:55-19:20

    Keynote – Art of Communication

    Cathy MacDonald
    Art of Communication

    05 November
    19:20-19:30

    Q&A 8
  • Category Product Amount
    Non-Member (AHP) Registrations £180
    Non-Member - Consultant Registrations £215
    Fellow and Member Registrations £145
    Non-Member - Trainee (FY-ST7) / SAS Doctors Registrations £160
  • Online

12
CPD
Applied for

Closing date: 05 November 2020


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