Neurology

Courses tagged with "Neurology"

When to call the surgeon or radiologist? The Medics guide 2022

When to call the surgeon or radiologist? The Medics guide 2022

Broadcast 22 February 2022

Talks

Not just black and white: perfusion in neuroimaging
Dr Derek Smith

Abdominal pain - is it surgical?
Ms Nikola Henderson

The swollen painful joint - when to call the orthopod and what they want to know
Mr Jamie Nicholson

Blackout / Collapse 2020

Blackout / Collapse 2020

Broadcast 28 April 2020

Talks

Assessment of Syncope in the Elderly
Dr Jane Rimer

Syncope - from a cardiology perspective
Dr Douglas Elder

Functional Blackouts
Dr Rosanne Murray

Acute Back Pain, Weakness and Paralysis 2019

Acute Back Pain, Weakness and Paralysis 2019

Broadcast 10 December 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

Unconscious Patient 2019

Unconscious Patient 2019

Broadcast 24 September 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

Falls 2019

Falls 2019

Broadcast 19 March 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

Fits/Seizures 2019

Fits/Seizures 2019

Broadcast 29 January 2019

Talks

Acute management of seizures: Anticonvulsants
Dr Russell Hewett

Dissociative (non-epileptic) attacks
Professor Jon Stone

Shocked Patient 2018

Shocked Patient 2018

Broadcast 23 October 2018

Talks

Cardiogenic shock
Dr Abdallah Al-Mohammad

Who and how to escalate
Dr Elizabeth Wilson

Neurogenic shock
Dr Paul Edgar

RCPE Malaysia: Updates in Clinical Medicine

RCPE Malaysia: Updates in Clinical Medicine

Broadcast on 09 March 2022

Talks

How I manage headache
Dr Nagappan Sethuraman

Bedside Ultrasound - retiring the stethoscope
Dr Paras Doshi

10 critical ECGs that a physician should not miss
Dr Lim Chiao Wen

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 2020

Acute Medicine: St Andrew's Day 2020

24-27 November 2020

Day 1

How to manage acute severe and life threatening asthma
Dr Donald Noble

Lung infection: today and tomorrow
Professor James Chalmers

Sepsis: the hidden medical emergency
Dr Monica Doyle

Targeting treatment for COVID-19
Professor Sir Michael Jacobs

Vasculitis for the generalist
Dr Paula Dospinescu

The red leg: assessment in the acute medical unit
Dr Girish Gupta

Day 2

The hypotensive toxic patient
Dr Euan Sandilands

The ECG in the poisoned patient
Professor Michael Eddleston

The behaviourally disturbed patient
Dr Catriona Howes

Diabetes
Dr Nicola Zammitt

Melaena
Dr Sian Gilchrist

Deranged sodium
Dr Stuart Ritchie

The abnormal potassium
Dr Matt King

Hypercalcaemia
Dr Rachel Williamson

The abnormal blood gas
Dr Mark Longshaw

Deranged thyroid function tests
Dr Fraser Gibb

Day 3

Chest pain
Dr Anne Scott

Syncope
Dr John Davison

Breathlessness
Dr Gerry Carr-White

Acute medical problems in pregnancy
Miss Joanna Girling

Oncology emergencies: new drugs, new problems
Professor Ruth Plummer

HIV in the UK
Dr Naomi Bulteel

Reducing admissions and changing behaviours
Dr James Marple

Day 4

Stroke
Professor Tom Robinson

Intracerebral haemorrhage
Professor Nikola Sprigg

Pain in advanced disease: assessment and management in the Acute Medical Unit
Dr Fiona Finlay

Anticoagulation for venous thromboembolism
Dr Ryan Rodgers

Too much medicine?
Dr Martin Wilson

Cancer of unknown primary
Dr Sally Clive

Anaemia
Dr Fiona Scott

Sexual health in the acute medical unit
Dr Sarah Allstaff

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

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

06 September 2019

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

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 2020: Challenges in Modern Geriatric Medicine

Medicine of the Older Person 2020: Challenges in Modern Geriatric Medicine

19 March 2020

Talks

Heart failure
Dr Diane Barker

COPD
Dr Prina Ruparelia

Perioperative management
Dr Magda Sbai

Haemato-oncology
Dr Jemima Smith

Dementia
Dr Jerry Brown

Maternal Medicine 2021

Maternal Medicine 2021

28 April 2021

Talks

Cardiac disease in pregnancy
Dr Niki Walker

Epilepsy - the multidisciplinary approach
Ms Yvonne Leavy & Dr Alastair Campbell

Headache
Dr Richard Davenport

MBRRACE: Mother and Babies: Reducing Risk through Audits and Confidential Enquiries across the UK
Professor Marian Knight

Responding to a pandemic - but it's not all COVID
Professor Cathy Nelson-Piercy

Trainees' Conference 2021 - A day in the life of a medical trainee

Trainees' Conference 2021 - A day in the life of a medical trainee

22 January 2021

Talks

Neurology Clinical Cases: Clinical examination as an important piece of the puzzle
Dr Ingrid Hoeritzauer

Looking affy peely-wally? - the diagnostic approach to anaemia and its management
Dr Sudhir Tauro

Cerebral Small Vessel Disease: More than just an incidental finding?
Dr Una Clancy

Intensive Care Unit: Critical care for medical trainees
Dr John Smith

Frailty at the front door
Dr Rowan Wallace

Cardiology: An afternoon in the Coronary Care Unit
Dr Caroline Scally

“It’s always COVID”: Cognitive bias in the COVID-19 pandemic
Dr Ben Thompson & Dr Iyare Nehikhare

A case of disproportionate hypoxia
Dr Sam Sutton

Vague Symptoms: When they shouldn’t be dismissed
Dr Eleanor Gartside

Distinct T-cell immunophenotypic signature in a subset of sarcoidosis patients with arthritis
Dr Avinash Jain

Medical Trainees' Conference 2020: The On-call Handbook

Medical Trainees' Conference 2020: The On-call Handbook

31 January 2020

Talks

Diabetes dilemmas
Dr Rachel Williamson

Portal hypertensive problems
Dr Stuart McPherson

Renal Riddles
Dr Siobhan McManus

The psychology of practice change
Professor Jo Hart

How neurology has shaped our understanding of memory
Dr Tom Miller

Toxicology troubles
Dr Euan Sandilands

ECG Emergencies
Dr Gwilym Morris

Palliative care - Key principles for physicians
Dr Gursaran Purewal

The trop trap and walking pneumonia
Dr Kaitlin Mayne

No NEWS is good NEWS
Dr Madeleine Sharpe

The curious case of persistent pyrexia
Dr Natalie Lee

Important variations in care of the elderly services
Dr Alison Donaldson

Neurology 2021

Neurology 2021

03 November 2021

Talks

Navigating and communicating the pandemic infodemic
Dr Deborah Cohen

My most instructive mistake
Dr Richard Davenport

My most instructive mistake
Dr John Paul Leach

My most instructive mistake
Dr Jenny Vaughan

Turning mechanistic failure into therapeutic success
Professor Patrick Chinnery

Neurology 2020

Neurology 2020

05 November 2020

Talks

Inflammatory muscle diseases
Dr James Lilleker

Metabolic muscle diseases
Dr Mark Roberts

Motor neurone disease mechanisms and translational research
Professor Siddharthan Chandran

Modern management of pain
Dr Nick Plunkett

Acute stroke – what should be doing?
Dr Gavin Young

Neurology 2019

Neurology 2019

05 November 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

Scotland Parkinson’s Excellence Network Conference 2019

Scotland Parkinson’s Excellence Network Conference 2019

01 November 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

RCPE South West: Has specialism deskilled the generalist? What we still all need to know

RCPE South West: Has specialism deskilled the generalist? What we still all need to know

Broadcast 16 December 2021

Talks

Flow from ED
Dr Ellie Day

What does the generalist still need to know about stroke?
Dr Sue Evans

RCPE Mersey & North Western England: Updates in Clinical Medicine

RCPE Mersey & North Western England: Updates in Clinical Medicine

Broadcast 10 November 2021

Talks

Lessons learnt from COVID-19
Professor Mohammed Munavvar

How to find the Goldilocks Patient in Acute Ischemic Stroke
Professor Keith Muir

Insight and reflection when things go wrong
Dr Michael Devlin

MRCP(UK) PACES Preparation Evenings

MRCP(UK) PACES Preparation Evenings

Talks

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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