2019

Courses tagged with "2019"

Abdominal Pain 2019

Abdominal Pain 2019

Talks

Update in IBD
Dr Sreedhar Subramanian

Abdominal pain: A surgical approach
Mr Rajan Ravindran

Diagnosis and treatment of IBS
Dr Jonathan Fletcher

Category: Abdominal Pain
Acute Back Pain, Weakness and Paralysis 2019

Acute Back Pain, Weakness and Paralysis 2019

Talks

New horizons in stroke
Professor Keith Muir

Peripheral neuropathy - Top 10
Dr Louise Davidson

Osteoporosis
Professor Stuart Ralston

Malignant cord compression
Dr Martin Doak

Category: Back Pain
Cardio-Respiratory Arrest 2019

Cardio-Respiratory Arrest 2019

Talks

Resuscitation guideline highlights
Dr Alan Robertson

Timely referral of potential organ donors
Dr Iain Macleod

Prevention of cardiac arrest and DNACPR decisions
Dr Juliet Spiller and Dr Vicky Tallentire

Falls 2019

Falls 2019

Talks

Has my dizzy patient had a stroke?
Dr William Rutherford

Parkinsonism: Causes, diagnosis and management
Dr Gordon Duncan

Polypharmacy: General principles in managing adults on piles of pills
Dr Martin Wilson

Category: Falls
Fever 2019

Fever 2019

Talks

Sepsis 3.0: An update on diagnosis and management
Dr Robert Docking

Neutropenic sepsis
Dr Monica Szabo

Category: Fever
Fits/Seizures 2019

Fits/Seizures 2019

Talks

Acute management of seizures: Anticonvulsants
Dr Russell Hewett

Dissociative (non-epileptic) attacks
Professor Jon Stone

Category: Fits / Seizures
Nausea and Vomiting 2019

Nausea and Vomiting 2019

Talks

Nausea and vomiting in the diabetic patient
Dr Nicola Zammitt

Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome
Professor John Plevris

Metabolic mayhem: Consequences of vomiting
Dr David Oskiera

Palliative Care 2019

Palliative Care 2019

Talks

Realistic Medicine
Dr Sarah Keir

Update on current best practice for end of life
Dr Joanna Bowden

Spiritual care: A key component of person-centred care
Mr Paul Graham

Category: Palliative Care
Poisoning 2019

Poisoning 2019

Talks

Street drugs
Professor Simon Thomas

International weapons
Professor Michael Eddleston

Is my poisoned patient 'detainable'?
Dr Roger Smyth

Category: Poisoning
Unconscious Patient 2019

Unconscious Patient 2019

Talks

The unconscious patient: When to call a neurosurgeon
Miss Julie Woodfield

Suspected meningoencephalitis: Management strategies
Dr Andrew Storey

Drugs and the unconscious patient
Dr James Dear

Acute Medicine: St Andrew's Day 2019

Acute Medicine: St Andrew's Day 2019

Day 1

Shared decision making
Dr Caroline Whitworth

Understanding the 'human' factor
Dr Vicky Tallentire

Pyrexia of unknown origin (PUO)
Dr Elham Khatamzas

The acutely jaundiced patient
Dr Michael Williams

Anticoagulation
Professor Henry Watson

Resolving conflict in healthcare
Dr Claire Macaulay

The public understanding of risk
Dr Sander van der Linden

Acute kidney injury (AKI)
Professor Neil Turner

Pulmonary emboli (PE)
Dr Jay Suntharalingam

A good death
Dr Juliet Spiller

Day 2

Paracetamol overdose (OD)
Dr Emma Morrison

Skin failure
Dr Fiona Meredith

Managing the acute take during a major incident
Dr Philip Lee

Wearables in medicine
Dr Ali K Yetisen

Exercise and health
Dr Gregor Smith

Tachyarrhythmias
Dr Paul Broadhurst

The jugular venous pulse (JVP)
Dr Andrew Flapan

Medically unexplained symptoms
Dr Wojtek Wojcik

Cardiology 2019

Cardiology 2019

Talks

Breathlessness
Dr Mark Francis

Syncope
Dr Douglas Elder

Palpitation
Dr Chris Skene

Speaking to patients: "Words that harm, words that heal"
Dr John Mandrola

The puzzle of managing stable CHD
Professor Darrel Francis

Category: Cardiology
Delirium Teaching Day (EDA / SDA / RCPE)

Delirium Teaching Day (EDA / SDA / RCPE)

Content
  • A patient experience | Mr Mark Hudson
  • Assessment and management of delirium: key points from the 2019 SIGN Guidelines | Professor Alasdair MacLullich
  • Real-world implementation of better delirium care | Professor James Rudolph
  • Care of the highly agitated patient with delirium - a case based approach | Dr Gillian Scott
  • Medico-legal aspects of delirium: avoiding the major pitfalls | Dr Alan Duncan
  • Delirium education in healthcare settings: how to make it effective | Dr Andy Teodorczuk
  • Understanding distressed behaviour in delirium: video-based case discussion | Nicola Wood
  • Managing risk of falls in patients with delirium | Dr Hazel Miller
  • When delirium persists, what should we do? | Dr Roanna Hall and Dr Keri Jamieson
  • Question and answer session | Expert Panel

Category: Delirium
Day 1 - Joint Conference on Delirium 2019 (EDA / RCPE)

Day 1 - Joint Conference on Delirium 2019 (EDA / RCPE)

Content
  • Delirium lookalikes you need to know about | Dr Karin Neufeld
  • Case 1: Delirium versus terminal restlessness | Professor Meera Agar
  • Case 2: A diagnostic challenge | Dr Adam Al-Diwani
  • Case 3: Severe, intractable agitation in intensive care unit (ICU) delirium | Dr Babar Khan
  • Case 4: Delirium superimposed on dementia (DSD)? | Dr Alessandro Morandi
  • A patient experience | Ms Alexandra Adams
  • A carer experience | Dr Julie Lustig
  • A new digital and quality improvement programme to improve delirium care | Dr Emma Vardy
  • Basic science | Dr Colm Cunningham
  • Applying systematic review methodology: identifying research gaps, refining future trials | Dr Esther Oh
  • Definition and assessment of inattention: insights from psychological research | Dr Zoë Tieges
  • Delirium and data science - endophenotype identification, classification, prediction, enrichment | Dr Robert Stevens
  • Origins of psychotic features | Dr Edwin van Dellen
  • Workshop B: Assessment and management of distress in delirium | Dr Jude Partridge and Ms Ffion Pritchard
  • Workshop H: The wicked problem of delirium education: aligning medical education research to practice | Dr Andy Teodorczuk (and Professor Jan Illing)

Category: Delirium
Day 2 - Joint Conference on Delirium 2019 (EDA / RCPE)

Day 2 - Joint Conference on Delirium 2019 (EDA / RCPE)

Content
  • What's new in paediatric delirium? | Dr Heidi Smith
  • Clinical psychological interventions in the intensive care unit (ICU) | Dr Dorothy Wade
  • Delirium in primary care: development and experience of new pathway | Dr Lorna Dunlop
  • Cognition care in the Australian National Standards (2nd ed) | Dr Julie Lustig
  • Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN) 2019 Guidelines on Delirium> | Ms Daisy Sandeman
  • New findings from the Delirium and Population Health Informatics Cohort (DELPHIC) Study | Dr Daniel Davis
  • Update on the German National Delirium Care Programme | Dr Stefan Kreisel
  • Agency for the Health Quality and Research (AHRQ) commissioned systematic review on using antipsychotics for delirium 2019 | Dr Esther Oh
  • The electroencephalogram (EEG) in delirium: where are we now in clinical practice and research? | Professor Arjen Slooter
  • Quality improvement (QI) in healthcare: what is it and why do we do it? | Ms Carol Andrews
  • Improving the quality of sleep in the intensive care unit (ICU) | Dr Biren Kamdar
  • An ounce of prevention is worth a pound: implementing a comprehensive delirium care program at a university hospital | Dr Vanja Douglas
  • Delirium in hospice care: quality improvement (QI) projects | Dr Juliet Spiller
  • Multi-disciplinary pathway for managing delirium: Quality improvement (QI) initiative at the Aga Khan University Hospital, Pakistan | Dr Shireen Najam

Category: Delirium
Diabetes and Endocrinology 2019

Diabetes and Endocrinology 2019

Talks

Drug-induced thyroid dysfunction
Dr Carla Moran

Identifying and managing phaeochromocytoma
Professor Isla Mackenzie

T3 or not T3, that is the question
For: Dr Peter Taylor
Against: Dr Kristien Boelaert

DDx of diabetes: Use of c-peptide, genetics and other biomarkers
Professor Katharine Owen

 Diagnostic Medicine 2019 - from stethoscope to AI

Diagnostic Medicine 2019 - from stethoscope to AI

Talks

The stethoscope - a tribute
Dr Andrew Flapan

Psychology of diagnostic thinking
Dr Laura Zwaan

The state of the art of medicine
Professor Abraham Verghese

No hocus in PoCUS!
Dr Rosaleen Baruah

Resuscitating bedside medicine
Dr Brian T Garibaldi

Imaging - where we are and where we are headed
Professor Joanna Wardlaw CBE

The robot will see you now - AI in patient care
Mr Iain Hennessey

Diagnostic potential of the microbiome
Dr Orla O'Sullivan

Futuristic Medicine 2019

Futuristic Medicine 2019

Talks

Healthcare in the 4th industrial revolution
Professor Andrew Morris

Determinants of disease – lessons from the UK Biobank
Professor Cathie Sudlow

Stem cell and other cell therapies
Professor Sue Kimber

Extremes of physiology – adaptive and maladaptive processes
Dr Kenneth Baillie

Parkinson’s disease – from the clinic to bench to clinic
Professor Roger Barker

The prospects for personalised medicine
Professor Sir Munir Pirmohamed

Lighting up the lung
Professor Kev Dhaliwal

Superbugs and antibiotic resistance
Dr Susan Hopkins

Tackling the ageing demographic
Professor Sarah Harper

Gastroenterology 2019

Gastroenterology 2019

Talks

Bowel cancer update:
"Are we FIT enough?"

Professor Bob Steele CBE

Liver transplantation:
For the greater good?

Dr Joanna Leithead

How to investigate reflux
Dr Rami Sweis

"But... I don't eat anything, doctor"
A role for bariatric endoscopy

Dr Jude Oben

An update on mesenteric ischaemia
Mr Wesley Stuart

Nutritional challenges in gut failure
Dr Ruth McKee

Medicine of the Older Person 2019: Challenging Polypharmacy

Medicine of the Older Person 2019: Challenging Polypharmacy

Talks

The burden of treatment for patients
Professor Frances Mair

Deprescribing
Professor Nina Barnett

Prescribing Realistic Medicine
Dr Martin Wilson

Non-pharmacological therapies for common geriatric syndromes
Professor Antonio Cherubini

Infectious Diseases 2019

Infectious Diseases 2019

Talks

More rational treatment of sepsis
Professor Martin Llewelyn

Update on CMV: What's new in diagnosis, treatment and prevention
Professor Paul Griffiths

Biologic agents
Professor Gerry Davies

Cellulitis: How can we do better?
Dr Rebecca Sutherland

Extra talk
Dengue: current challenges and opportunities

Professor Bridget Wills

General Medicine: Medical Trainees' Conference 2019

General Medicine: Medical Trainees' Conference 2019

Talks

Oncology: Checkpoint inhibitors
Dr Anna Olsson-Brown

The Social Media Revolution: Opportunities for medicine
Dr Matt Graham-Brown

Assessment, classification and outcomes of patients with myocardial injury and MI
Dr Andrew Chapman

Genetic data in the consultation
Professor Mary Porteous

Old bugs, new drugs
Dr Alisdair MacConnachie

Neurology 2019

Neurology 2019

Talks

Stroke treatment
Dr Tracey Baird

Management of myasthenia gravis
Dr Maria Farrugia

Dementia: Novel biomarkers, neuroimaging and treatments
Professor Craig Ritchie

Gene targeting therapies for neurological disorders
Professor Sarah Tabrizi

Epilepsy treatments - an update
Professor Matthew Walker

Autoimmune encephalitis
Professor Sarosh Irani

Category: Neurology
Scotland Parkinson’s Excellence Network Conference 2019

Scotland Parkinson’s Excellence Network Conference 2019

Talks

The UK Excellence Network and our new Parkinson's Strategy
Katherine Crawford

Sleep and PD
Dr Ian Morrison

Psychiatry and psychosis of PD
Dr Dichelle Wong

Mental Health Hub
Dr Jennifer Foley

Deep brain stimulation (DBS) update
Dr Vicky Marshall

Exercise and PD
Julie Jones, Janet Kerr and Alison Williams

Award-winning exercise project
Lois Rosenthal and Aimi McGeough

Using existing systems to help administer/prescribe PD medications
Nic Bryden

First Steps
Dave Thomson

Medications management project at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary
Dr Zoe Muir

Comprehensive genetic testing for PD in NHS Scotland
Dr Esther Sammler

Experience of Parkinson's Kinetigraph in NHS Fife
Dr Marie-Claire Grounds

UK Parkinson’s Audit - Next steps
Dr Anne-Louise Cunnington

Category: Neurology
Health in a Changing Climate - Public Lecture

Health in a Changing Climate - Public Lecture

About

Sir Andy Haines, Professor of Environmental Change and Public Health, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, delivered this Public Lecture on 28 May 2019.

This talk is available to Fellows, Members and the public.

Renal Medicine 2019: Nephrology in the 21st Century

Renal Medicine 2019: Nephrology in the 21st Century

Talks

Hot topics in RRT
Dr Clara Day

Hot topics in CKD
Dr Charlie Tomson

Live donation: Gold standard or last resort?
Dr Aisling Courtney

Lupus nephritis: Difficult cases
Professor David Jayne and Professor Stewart Fleming

AKI and pregnancy
Dr Kate Wiles

Category: Renal
Respiratory Medicine 2019

Respiratory Medicine 2019

Talks

Malignant pleural effusions
Professor Najib Rahman

Sarcoidosis
Dr Owen Dempsey

Drugs for IPF
Dr Simon Hart

Pulmonary-renal disorders
Dr Dana Kidder

Respiratory failure in COPD:
When / when not to ventilate

Professor John Kinsella

Category: Respiratory
The Internal Medicine Curriculum

The Internal Medicine Curriculum

Content

The Internal Medicine Curriculum: What I need to know
Dr Anna Olsson-Brown

The future of internal medicine training: A new curriculum for 2019
Dr Mike Jones

IMT discussion
Dr Anna Olsson-Brown and Dr Mike Jones

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Eliminating bias, cultivating governance and leadership

Eliminating bias, cultivating governance and leadership

Talks

Opening remarks
Professor Michael Deighan

Poor behaviours in healthcare
Dr Neil Spenceley

The leadership of culture
Ms Sue Hoyle OBE

Questions - Panel Discussion
Expert Panel, led by Dr Catherine Labinjoh


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Top Tips for FY

Top Tips for FY

2019

Top tips for FY1: A personal perspective
Dr Jonathan Kang

Managing unwell patients: Tips for your first on-call shifts
Dr Nicola Robinson

FY1: Managing the transition from student to doctor - learning to learn while working
Dr Fiona Cameron

2018

Top tips for FY
Dr Chloe Searle

On call - Survival Guide
Mr David Watson

The NEWS is not a verb. Managing yourself and your patients when everyone seems sick
Dr Nick Lane

Panel discussion
Dr Chloe Searle, Mr David Watson, Dr Nick Lane. Chair: Dr Jenny Hall

2017

Top Tips for FY1
Dr Adam Groves

Managing the acutely unwell patient: Medical Registrar and Nurse Perspectives
Dr Rebecca Weerakoon and Mr Morgan Downie

Physician heal thyself – transitioning from student to doctor
Professor Rona Patey

Category: Medical Careers
Creating a Community of Care

Creating a Community of Care

Content

Training perspective
Dr Mike Jones

Generalism: The New Specialism (Broad Based Training)
Professor Graham Leese

Training, Recruitment and Retention in Remote and Rural Medicine
Dr Pauline Wilson

Introducing GMC-regulated credentials
Ms Rose Ward

Rural and Remote Credential Update
Professor Alan Denison

Research into drinking in Remote Rural Areas of Scotland
Ms Jackie MacDiarmid

Rediscover the joy of Rural General Practice
Dr Kirsty Brightwell and Dr Charles Sindefin

A rapid assessment clinic for the older people of Skye
Dr Karen Le Ball

Enhance: The safety net we need
Dr Jean MacLeod

Inspiring Culture Change: Introducing Simulation Training to Caithness General Hospital
Dr Kirsty Griffiths

A new approach to rural healthcare education in the UK
Professor Kathy Jackson

The Nagasaki Islands Study
Dr Isao Shimokawa


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Don't Take It Personally

Don't Take It Personally

About

Dr Graham Nimmo and Dr Dorothy Armstrong in conversation.

Don’t Take It Personally explores self-care and compassion in the face of complaint, and the power of apology.

Category: Wellbeing
Our Workforce Matters 2019

Our Workforce Matters 2019

Talks

Lean In: Strategies to help our colleagues achieve success and take on leadership roles with confidence
Professor Jane Norman

Disability at work
Ms Kiana Kalantar-Hormozi

Bringing Pride to the Workplace
Dr Clare Clark

Forgiveness
Mr Edwin Jesudason

Category: Wellbeing