Neurology

Courses tagged with "Neurology"

Talks
  • Chronic back pain | Dr Jonathan Bannister
  • When to refer to a neurosurgeon with clinical cases | Mr David Mowle
  • Back pain - identifying and managing the red and yellow flags | Dr Neil McGuchan
Category: Back Pain
Talks
  • Blackout in the AMU: Who, when and how to investigate for cardiac causes | Dr Catherine Labinjoh
  • Collapse in the older patient | Dr Lara Mitchell
  • Vertigo: initial presentation to complex management | Dr Patrick Spielmann
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
Talks
  • Fever in returning travellers | Dr Mike Jones
  • Pyrexia of unknown origin | Dr Oliver Koch
  • Update on the management of meningitis | Dr Claire Gordon
Category: Fever
Talks
  • Acute management of seizures: anticonvulsants | Dr Russell Hewett
  • Dissociative (non-epileptic) attacks | Professor Jon Stone
Category: Fits / Seizures
Talks
  • Managing the acute fit and status epilepticus | Dr Dean Kerslake
  • Anti-epileptic drugs: which one, when, how much and for how long (and which to avoid) | Dr Richard Davenport
  • Dissociative (non-epileptic) attacks | Dr Jon Stone
Category: Fits / Seizures
Talks
  • The acute headache - history, monitoring and investigations | Dr Kathleen White
  • Management of primary headache | Dr Anish Bahra
  • Vasculitis and headache: from investigation to management | Dr Lisa Hutton
Category: Headache
Talks
  • Cardiogenic shock | Dr Abdallah Al-Mohammad
  • Who and how to escalate | Dr Elizabeth Wilson
  • Neurogenic shock | Dr Paul Edgar
Category: Shocked Patient
Talks
  • The unconscious patient | Dr Achyut Valluri
  • Hepatic encephalopathy - presentation, diagnosis and management | Professor Jane Metcalf
  • The unconscious patient with high CO2 | Dr Alistair Gascoigne
Talks
  • How to approach the unconscious patient | Dr John Lee
  • When to scan and what to look for | Dr Raj Bhat
  • Reducing GCS - a toxicological view | Dr Julie Ronald
Talks
  • Pulling the plug: arterial thrombectomy for acute severe stroke | Dr Peter Keston
  • Establishing the cause of an acutely weak arm or leg | Professor Martin Dennis
  • Neuromuscular junction disorders | Dr Katy Murray
Day 1
  • Training for “Generation Me” | Dr Kim Walker
  • Lessons from mortality reviews | Professor Allen Hutchinson
  • How to develop resilient acute physicians: 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: A psychiatrist's tips for physicians | Dr Stephen Potts
  • Acute hyperglycaemia – a case based story | 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 Type 1 - insights into differential diagnosis | Professor Nihal Thomas
  • Does white matter disease matter? | Professor Vincent Mok
  • The role of 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
Day 1
  • Upper gastrointestinal bleeding | Dr Lyn Smith
  • Toxicology update for the general physician | Dr James Coulson
  • Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA): an update | Dr Nicola Zammitt
  • Anticoagulation – direct oral anticoagulants (DOACs) for everything? | Dr Catherine Bagot
  • Acute oncology emergencies | Dr Pauline Leonard
  • Acute haematological emergencies | Dr Huw Roddie
  • Rashes in the emergency department | Dr Mike Tidman
  • The acute hot joint | Dr Anne McEntegart
  • Functional, not "medically unexplained" symptoms | Dr Ingrid Hoeritzauer
  • Finding the furrow | Dr Dearbhail Lewis
  • Frailty - implications for the modern NHS | Dr Adam Gordon
Day 2
  • When to call the GI surgeon? | Mr Simon Paterson-Brown
  • When to call the urologist? | Mr Ben Thomas
  • When to call the neurosurgeon? | Mr Nigel Suttner
  • The rational physical examination | Professor Andrew Elder
  • Safety is no accident” - lessons for medicine from aviation | Dr Jerry Marsden
  • Rational clinical decision making | Professor Pat Croskerry
  • Novel insights into brain infections and advances in diagnostics approach | Dr Michael Griffiths
  • Antimicrobial stewardship: managing risks and optimising outcomes | Dr Andrew Seaton
  • A case that change my practice | Dr Sue Pound
  • A case that changed my practice | Dr Tom Mackay
  • A tale of two Geoffs | Dr Caroline Whitworth
Talks
  • Healthcare in the 4th industrial revolution | Professor Andrew Morris
  • The determinants of disease – lessons from the UK Biobank | Professor Cathie Sudlow
  • Stem cell and other cell therapies for future medicine | Professor Sue Kimber
  • Extremes of human physiology – sorting out 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
  • The superbug and antibiotic resistance | Dr Susan Hopkins
  • Tackling the ageing demographic for the future | Professor Sarah Harper
Talks
  • Acute bacterial meningitis - what do the new guidelines tell us? | Dr Fiona McGill
  • CNS viral infections in the immunocompetent patient | Dr Nicholas Davies
  • Zika virus: what have we learnt and where are we going? | Dr Susan Hills
  • Bone and joint infection | Dr Bridget Atkins
  • Multi drug resistant gram negative (MDRGN) bacteria...doing the right thing | Dr Mark Gilchrist
Talks
  • Medical haematology: breaking blood | Dr James Russell
  • Parkinsonian puzzles | Dr Conor Maguire
  • Radiology quiz | Dr George Tse
  • Panel discussion - Improving flexibility in training | Dr Jennifer Lees, Dr Michael Farquhar, Professor Jane Mamelok, Professor Peter Trainer, Professor Derek Bell, Dr Marcus Lyall
  • 18F-Fluoride PET-CT - a novel imaging assessment to predict bioprosthetic valve failure | Dr Timothy Cartlidge
  • Haemoptysis | Dr Anne Jones
  • Demystifying myoclonus | Dr Russell Hewett
  • A near fatal cause of lower back pain | Dr Wan Shun Wong
  • Gut feelings - an interesting differential for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) | Dr Teqwen Ecclestone
  • Sepsis ?Source | Dr Ejaz Rahman
  • Missed opportunities to diagnose syphilis prior to the development of sight-losing uveitis | Dr John Widdrington
Talks
  • Words I hate in neurology | Dr Richard Davenport
  • Making sense of tingling | Dr Katie Brennan
  • Can we be confident this is a functional neurological disorder? | Professor Alan Carson
Presentation: Making sense of trembling | Dr Jane Alty
Category: Neurology
Talks
  • Mechanical thrombectomy for acute ischaemic stroke | Professor Phil White
  • Management of intracerebral haemorrhage | Dr Adrian Parry-Jones
  • PFO & cryptogenic stroke - (when) should we close the hole? | Dr Nicholas Weir
  • Oral anticoagulation after ischaemic stroke - when is best? | Professor Urs Fischer
  • Cognition after stroke: is decline preventable? | Professor Sarah Pendlebury
Category: Neurology
Day 1
  • James Parkinson - Lessons from his essay on the shaking palsy for modern doctors (1817 - 2017) | Professor Andrew Lees
  • The evolving differential diagnosis of Parkinson's disease | Dr Richard Davenport
  • Waking up to sleep disorders | Dr Kirstie Anderson
  • Managing the challenging neuropsychiatric features of PD: depression, dementia and psychosis | Professor Dag Aarsland
  • Parkinson's genetics | Dr Miratul Muqit
  • Potential prodromal parkinsonism in adults with 22q11 deletion syndrome | Dr Alisdair McNeill
  • Developing individualised predictions of prognosis | Dr Angus D MacLeod
  • Future regenerative therapies for Parkinson's | Dr Tilo Kunath
  • Investigating inflammatory responses in a novel rat model of G51D α-synuclein familial Parkinson’s disease | Stephen West
  • Engineering Parkinson's disease-resistant human dopaminergic neurons for cell transplantation therapies | Yixi Chen
  • Exercise Masterclass: evidence for strength, balance and endurance training. Specific to age and stage | Professor Lynn Rochester
  • The precipitants of care home placement and the management of the person with Parkinson's disease in a care home setting | Professor Richard Walker
  • The implications of genetic screening in Parkinson's disease | Dr Esther Sammler
  • Managing communication and swallowing difficulties in people with Parkinson's | Julia Johnson
Day 2
  • The acute hospital | Dr Richard Genever
  • The community | Dr Ed Newman
  • Managing the later stages | Dr Ed Richfield
  • Pathophysiology of Parkinson's disease | Professor Stephen Gentleman
  • Current and future therapies for Parkinson's disease | Professor Roger Barker
  • How to prevent fractures | Dr Emily Henderson
  • How to manage gastrointestinal problems | Dr Sarah Marrinan
  • How to manage orthostatic hypotension | Dr Claire McDonald
  • How to manage urinary symptoms | Dr Jalesh Panicker
  • Apomorphine | Professor Nicola Pavese and Ms Una Brechany
  • A real hard man | Dr Edward Fitzsimons
  • Deep brain stimulation | Dr Alan Whone
  • Intrajejunal L-DOPA | Dr Seamus Kearney
Category: Neurology
Talks
  • Symptoms and signs of neuro-otological disorders | Dr Diego Kaski
  • Dizziness – acute, paroxysmal, positional | Mr Patrick Spielmann
  • Neurological red flags in the acute medical receiving unit | Dr Esther Sammler
  • Common dilemmas in the neuro-intensive care setting | Professor Simon Nagel
  • Long term respiratory support in neuromuscular conditions | Dr Anthony Bateman
Category: Neurology
Content
  • Case: Bleeding and stroke | Dr Ann Carson and Dr Tim Cassidy
  • Self-assessment
  • Completion Certificate
Content
  • Case: Parkinson's case in the acute hospital | Dr Gordon W Duncan
  • Self-assessment
  • Completion Certificate
Content
  • Evening 1 - PACES exam format and Station 1 (abdominal and respiratory examinations) | Dr Nicola Zammitt and Dr Sue Pound
  • Evening 2 - Station 3 (cardiovascular system and nervous system examinations) | Dr Nicola Zammitt and Dr Tom MacKay
  • Evening 3 - Station 5 (clinical consultation) and Stations 2 and 4 | Dr Nicola Zammitt and Professor Andrew Elder

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Category: PACES