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Changing Times, Changing Practice 2021

Changing Times, Changing Practice 2021

Broadcast 22 June 2021

Talks

Organ donation - opting out, not in
Dr Nicholas Torpey

Data driven clinical practice
Professor Mahmood Adil

Sustainability in healthcare and social care
Dr Emma Vaux

Acute Medicine: St Andrew's Day 2021

Acute Medicine: St Andrew's Day 2021

25-26 November 2021

Day 1

Endocrine emergencies
Dr Rohana Wright

The many faces of thrombosis and its care in COVID-19 infection and vaccination
Professor Beverley Hunt

Epidemiology of COVID-19 – what we’ve learnt from the CCP-UK study
Dr Antonia Ho

Hype, hubris and hope: the use of technology in managing long-term conditions
Professor Brian McKinstry

Big data – supporting decisions and improving patient care
Professor Cathie Sudlow

Social media for science communication and education
Dr Muge Cevik

The neurology of TLoC and funny turns
Dr Richard Davenport

Anaphylaxis during the pandemic
Dr Malcolm Shepherd

Day 2

Drugs and alcohol at the front door
Professor Colin Drummond

Abnormal liver function tests (LFTs)
Dr Andrew Fraser

Learning from complaints
Dr Rhona Siegmeth

Acute kidney injury and the ageing kidney
Dr Fergus Caskey

Complex multimorbidity
Professor Frances Mair

Whole system approach to urgent care for older people living with frailty
Professor Simon Conroy

The acute team – use of treatment escalation plans to reduce patient harm
Professor Robin Taylor

The geriatrician - management of end of life discussions in the acute setting
Dr Gordon Duncan

Acute Medicine: St Andrew's Day 2019

Acute Medicine: St Andrew's Day 2019

28-29 November 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

Acute Medicine: St Andrew's Day 2018

Acute Medicine: St Andrew's Day 2018

29-30 November 2018

Day 1

Training for “Generation Me”
Dr Kim Walker

Lessons from mortality reviews
Professor Allen Hutchinson

How to develop resilient acute physicians (Resources)
Dr Mark Stacey

Investigate without prejudice
Mr Keith Conradi

Getting it right first time (GIRFT)
Professor Tim Briggs

Equality in health care
Dr Moira Connolly

Hospital at Home
Dr Scott Ramsay

Pushing the boundaries of ambulatory care
Dr Naomi Fox

Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
Dr Gillian Bain

Toxicology - what is your poison?
Dr Euan Sandilands

Treatment refusal: Psychiatrist tips
Dr Stephen Potts

Acute hyperglycaemia
Dr Hannah Robertson

Day 2

Dementia friendly environments
Professor Emma Reynish and Dr Alison Dawson

The arts and dementia
Professor Tom Dening

All that's diabetes in the young is not T1DM: Clinical approach and DDx
Professor Nihal Thomas

Does white matter disease matter?
Professor Vincent Mok

Apps for clinician and patient
Dr Rupert Page

Alder Hey - Cognitive Hospital
Mr Iain Hennessey

Cardiology: High sensitivity troponin
Dr Anne Scott

Endocrine emergencies
Dr Stephanie Baldeweg

Neurology: Moments of weakness
Professor John Paul Leach

Respiratory update
Dr William McConnell

Contemporary and Futuristic Cardiology 2021

Contemporary and Futuristic Cardiology 2021

28 October 2021

Talks

Pulmonary Hypertension: past, present and future
Professor David Kiely & Dr Alex Rothman

Cardiovascular effects of COVID-19 - an update
Professor Marc Dweck

Congenital heart disease
Professor S Yen Ho

Stroke intervention
Dr David Hargroves

Virtual consulting room and telemedicine
Dr Paul Friedman

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

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

05 September 2019

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)

 Diagnostic Medicine 2019 - from stethoscope to AI

Diagnostic Medicine 2019 - from stethoscope to AI

19 September 2019

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

01 February 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

Medicine of the Older Person 2021

Medicine of the Older Person 2021

05 March 2021

Talks

Frailty and multi-morbidity
Professor Avan Sayer

Challenging behaviour, stress and distress
Dr Roger Smyth

Proportionate prescribing
Dr Martin Wilson

Digital health – tools to modernise healthcare?
Professor Lynn Rochester

The doctor will see you now (virtually)
Dr James Woods

Respiratory Medicine 2021

Respiratory Medicine 2021

04 March 2021

Talks

Think differently - using nursing specialists
Jenn Latham

Florence: home health monitoring for people with asthma
Corrine Clark

Laryngeal dysfunction presenting to the chest clinic
Professor Stephen Fowler

Obesity and the other elephant in the room
Professor Roy Taylor

Lung volume reduction multidisciplinary team
Mr Rocco Bilancia

RCPE Orkney: Updates in Clinical Medicine

RCPE Orkney: Updates in Clinical Medicine

Broadcast 13 May 2021

Talks

A review of the role of the smaller hospital
Dr Louella Vaughan

Challenges of recruitment and training
Dr Pauline Wilson

The potential of telemedicine
Professor James Ferguson

Embracing the digital world – getting the most out of it as clinicians

Embracing the digital world – getting the most out of it as clinicians

16 November 2021

Talks

Communication techniques in a digital world
Dr Kirsty Boyd


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Social Media in Clinical Practice and the Virtual Consultation

Social Media in Clinical Practice and the Virtual Consultation

10 November 2020

Talks

How banishing social media helped my wellbeing
Dr Clare Bostock

Positive effects of social media in medical education, leadership and practice
Dr Jonny Guckian

Virtual consultation; the next best thing
Ms Hazel Archer

Virtual consultation; a loss of human touch
Prof Trish Greenhalgh


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