Medicine24 2020

Medicine24 2020

29 October - 30 October 2020

Technology and Innovation Centre, Strathclyde University

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  • Medicine24 is the flagship medical conference of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. The two-day conference provides up-to-date information on the optimal management of acutely ill patients within the first 24 hours of admission.

    Medicine24 2020 will cover the most common situations that present in busy receiving wards, and will include updates in a range of medical specialties:

    • Palliative Care
    • Respiratory
    • Gastroenterology
    • Diabetes & Endocrinology
    • Care of the Elderly
    • Renal and Infectious Diseases
    • Cardiology


    Early bird registration availalble until May 2020.

    Suitable for:

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

    Registration, tea and coffee

    29 October
    09:00-09:10

    Introduction and welcome

    29 October
    09:10-09:45

    Day 1 Keynote Lecture

    Cathy MacDonald
    Former Police hostage and crisis negotiator will share experience, skills and knowledge, and coach/present on all matters communications with a focus on effective communication in stressful environments.

    Session 1: Respiratory

    29 October
    09:45-10:10

    Acute presentation of ILD

    29 October
    10:10-10:35

    Pulmonary complications of immunotherapy

    29 October
    10:35-11:00

    Pulmonary Embolism

    29 October
    11:00-11:30

    Morning break and POSTER VIEWING

    Session 2: Palliative Medicine

    29 October
    11:30-11:55

    Palliative care emergencies

    29 October
    11:55-12:20

    Choosing and changing opioids

    29 October
    12:20-12:45

    The stranger symptoms of palliative care

    29 October
    12:45-13:45

    Lunch and POSTER VIEWING

    Session 3: Gastroenterology

    29 October
    13:45-14:10

    How to improve outcomes in acute upper GI bleeding

    29 October
    14:10-14:35

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

    29 October
    14:35-15:00

    Managing the patient with functional GI disorders in the AMU

    29 October
    15:00-15:30

    Afternoon break and POSTER VIEWING

    Session 4: Geriatric Medicine

    29 October
    15:30-15:55

    Frail adult in HDU - escalation and geriatric physiology

    29 October
    15:55-16:20

    Delirium

    29 October
    16:20-16:45

    Exploring care home residents use of acute care

    29 October
    16:45-17:00

    Close and thank you

    29 October
    17:05-18:00

    Drinks reception, and POSTER VIEWING

    29 October
    19:00-21:00

    Faculty dinner at the Royal College of Physicans and Surgeons of Glasgow

    30 October
    08:45-09:15

    Day 2 - Registration, tea and coffee

    30 October
    09:15-09:25

    Day 2 - Introduction and Welcome

    Session 5: Cardiology

    30 October
    09:25-09:50

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

    30 October
    09:50-10:15

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

    30 October
    10:15-10:40

    Syncope admissions: when do Cardiologists worry?

    30 October
    10:40-11:15

    Day 2: Refreshment break and POSTER VIEWING

    Session 6: Diabetes and Endocrinology

    30 October
    11:15-11:40

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

    30 October
    11:40-12:05

    Calcium: what to do if too low or too high

    30 October
    12:05-12:30

    Steroids in critical illness: who, when and how

    30 October
    12:30-13:30

    Day 2 - Lunch

    30 October
    13:30-14:15

    Day 2 Keynote Lecture

    Caroline Elton
    An occupational and counselling psychologist is the author of ‘Also Human – the inner lives of Doctors’ published by Penguin Random House in 2018. Caroline specializes in supporting doctors at work and and will talk about ways in which we can best prepare doctors to meet the challenges of providing acute medical services.

    Session 7: Renal and Infectious Diseases

    30 October
    14:15-14:40

    Lessons from a Pandemic

    30 October
    14:40-15:05

    AKI and antibiotics

    30 October
    15:05-15:30

    Urinary tract infection

    30 October
    15:30-16:00

    Travel related infection in non-tropical travel

    30 October
    16:00-16:15

    Day 2 - Close and thank you
  • Category Product Amount
    Non-Member (AHP) Registrations £263
    Non-Member - Consultant Registrations £410
    Fellow and Member Registrations £238
    Non-Member - Trainee (FY-ST7) Registrations £275
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