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COVID-19 Conversations

COVID-19 Conversations

Content

Recruiting recovered COVID-19 patients to the frontline
Professor Raj Bhopal

The risk to asylum seekers and undocumented migrants
Professor Raj Bhopal

COVID-19 Conversations Podcast Series

Clinical resources

Clinical resources

Content
  • Videos
  • e-Learning (external)
  • Local Guidance / Information
  • UK Guidelines / Information
  • Specialty-specific Guidance / Information
  • International Guidelines / Information
  • Evidence base: Articles / Journal Resources
  • Information Dashboards
  • Images

Wellbeing and support

Wellbeing and support

Content
  • Support services
  • Self-care
  • Supporting staff and colleagues
  • Supporting patients and those in isolation
  • Death, dying and bereavement

COVID-19 Critical Care: Understanding and Application

COVID-19 Critical Care: Understanding and Application

Learn the principles and practice of critical care for patients during the COVID-19 pandemic whilst protecting yourself and your peers, brought to you by RCPE and the University of Edinburgh.

Usher Institute COVID-19 webinars

Usher Institute COVID-19 webinars

Weekly COVID-19 webinar series from the Usher Institute, Edinburgh Medical School, University of Edinburgh.

Chatham House

Chatham House

A weekly series of webinars on the coronavirus with Prof David Heymann helping understand the facts and make sense of the latest developments during the global crisis.

Folding @ Home Team

Folding @ Home Team

Give your idle computer time to help simulate “potentially druggable protein targets from SARS-CoV-2” in this project started by Stanford University.

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.

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)

Internal Medical Training (IMT) mapping

Internal Medical Training (IMT) mapping

About Resources mapped to IMT competencies
  • Presentations and conditions by system/specialty
  • Generic Capabilities in Practice
  • Specialty Capabilities in Practice

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

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
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

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