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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

Acute Medicine: St Andrew's Day 2018

Acute Medicine: St Andrew's Day 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

Acute Medicine: St Andrew's Day 2017

Acute Medicine: St Andrew's Day 2017

Day 1

Upper GI bleeding
Dr Lyn Smith

Toxicology update
Dr James Coulson

Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA)
Dr Nicola Zammitt

Anticoagulation – DOACs for everything?
Dr Catherine Bagot

Acute oncology emergencies
Dr Pauline Leonard

Acute haematological emergencies
Dr Huw Roddie

Rashes in the ED
Dr Mike Tidman

The acute hot joint
Dr Anne McEntegart

Functional symptoms
Dr Ingrid Hoeritzauer

Finding the furrow
Dr Dearbhail Lewis

Frailty
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 diagnostic advances
Dr Michael Griffiths

Antimicrobial stewardship
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

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
 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

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

General Medicine: Medical Trainees' Conference 2018

General Medicine: Medical Trainees' Conference 2018

Talks

Medical haematology
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: Novel imaging 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

An interesting differential for IBS
Dr Teqwen Ecclestone

Sepsis ?Source
Dr Ejaz Rahman

Missed opportunities to diagnose syphilis before sight-losing uveitis
Dr John Widdrington

General Medicine: Medical Trainees' Conference 2017

General Medicine: Medical Trainees' Conference 2017

Talks

Panel discussion: Reinvigorating the role of the trainee
Dr Andrew Chapman, Professor Derek Bell, Professor David Black, Professor Sheona MacLeod, Dr Katherine Walesby

The unknown overdose (OD)
Professor Simon Thomas

Changing hospital care over the next decade and the role of the trainee
Mr Jim Mackey

Cardiovascular MRI for the investigation of CHD
Dr David P Ripley

Heart failure and CKD
Dr Brian Murphy

The patient with proteinuria
Dr Alison Brown

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

Recently Appointed Consultants (RAC) Meetings

Recently Appointed Consultants (RAC) Meetings

Professionalism in Medicine: Creating a Healthy Team Culture (2018)

Bias
Ms Mags Bradbury

Undermining and Bullying: Implications and what to do about it
Miss Alice Hartley

The 21st Century Consultant: looking to the future (2017)

Future NHS leadership
Mr Jim Mackey

The changing role of the consultant
Dr Wendy Watsons

Professional success: how to use appraisal and revalidation to realise your perfect job
Dr Janice Provan

Contemporary Challenges for the NHS Consultant (2016)

Practising realistic medicine in an increasingly litigious world
Dr Catherine Calderwood

Routes to clinical leadership: pearls of wisdom for aspiring clinicians
Dr Annabel Howell

Detecting early signs of stress & mental illness in ourselves and our colleagues
Dr Alastair Leckie

RAC Meeting 2015

Managing uncertainty
Dr Kerri Baker

Management structure in NHS Scotland (and how to engage effectively)
Dr David Murdoch

Managing conflict
Dr Mark Roberts

Life as a Consultant

Life as a Consultant

2018

How to stay motivated and maintain engagement in times of stress
Mr Colin Crookston

Staff wellbeing
Dr Clare Gerada MBE

Transformative innovation in healthcare: making it happen
Dr Iain Keith

My career as a whistleblower - 30 years experience
Dr Peter Wilmshurst

2017

Interviews: top tips for interviewers and interviewees
Dr Nick Fluck

How can a new consultant make an impact on quality improvement
Dr Simon Watson

Incorporating care into clinical practice
Mr Shaun Maher

You can’t be a person and a doctor” – lessons from a study of work-life (im)balance in doctors in training
Dr Antonia Rich

From medical student to medical director
Miss Tracey Gillies

2016

Embed good research in your practice!
Professor Rustam Al-Shahi Salman

Becoming a changemaker: how to rock the boat without capsizing
Dr Vincent Connolly

Training the trainers: promoting excellent, safe care through education
Professor Jane Metcalf

Clinical teaching: who should do it, how should it be done and how can it be supported?
Dr Peter Reid

Careers Symposia for Medical Students, FY and ST1/2

Careers Symposia for Medical Students, FY and ST1/2

Bite-size specialty interviews, and:

Medical Careers 2018

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

What it means to be a Physician
Dr Kerri Baker

Medical Careers 2016

How does research fit into a medical career?
Dr Susan Shenkin

Job application and interview tips
Dr Jane Wallace and Dr Elizabeth Woods

Which specialty?
Dr Marion Slater

How to pass the MRCP(UK) examination
Dr Tom Mackay

How to Become a Physician 2015

Introduction to what RCPE can do for you
Dr Rosemary Hollick

What it means to be a physician and building blocks to a physicianly career
Dr Zoe Wyrko

There are also a number of workshop presentations and panel discussions

Category: Medical Careers
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
Learning from the Bawa-Garba Case

Learning from the Bawa-Garba Case

An evening debate in association with the Faculty of Advocates

Category: Medico-Legal
Medical Research Symposium 2017

Medical Research Symposium 2017

Presentations

Immunology, liver disease & coffee: My career in academic medicine and tips on how to survive
Professor David Adams

Is metabolic syndrome in mid-life associated with increased risk of frailty at age 69? Findings from a British birth cohort study
Dr Elizabeth Thomas

Immune Extracellular Vesicles as Novel Quantitative Biomarkers of Acute Renal Transplant Rejection?
Anna Kennedy

Does sepsis fall victim to the weekend effect?
Melissa Premchand

The Negative Appendicectomy Rate: A New Gender Gap?
Laura McKinlay

Assessing the utility of simple measures of frailty in older hospital-based cardiology patients
Yong Yong Tew

Training for the future
Dr Emily Ward

NIHR: health research in 2030
Professor Stephen Smye

CESR: How you can succeed

CESR: How you can succeed

Talks

CESR Success Stories
Dr Victoria Thomas, Dr Thamara Athauda, Mr Khizar Khan

SAS Doctors - No more excuses
Dr Dan Boden

CESR Assessors
Mr Mike Clarke and Dr Mike Jones

Panel discussion: Q+A
Victoria Thomas, Thamara Athauda, Mike Jones, Peter Clegg, Jessie Roff, Mike Clarke, Dan Boden, Khizar Khan

Applying for a CESR - GMC
Peter Clegg

This Health Education England event took place on 21 June 2019 in Newcastle upon Tyne.

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Category: SAS and CESR
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