Toxicology

Courses tagged with "Toxicology"

Talks
  • Street drugs: What's new and what's to know? | Professor Simon Thomas
  • International weapons - a clear and present danger | Professor Michael Eddleston
  • Is my poisoned patient 'detainable'? | Dr Roger Smyth
Category: Poisoning
Talks
  • What level of monitoring does my poisoned patient need? | Dr Euan Sandilands
  • When to use special measures in poisoning | Professor Simon Thomas
  • Compulsory treatment in the general hospital: a practical guide | Dr Stephen Potts
Category: Poisoning
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
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
  • Panel discussion - reinvigorating the role of the medical trainee | Dr Andrew Chapman, Professor Derek Bell, Professor David Black, Professor Sheona MacLeod, Dr Katherine Walesby
  • The unknown overdose | Professor Simon Thomas
  • Changing hospital care over the next decade and the role of the medical trainee | Mr Jim Mackey
  • Cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging for the investigation of coronary heart disease | Dr David P Ripley
  • Heart failure and chronic kidney disease | Dr Brian Murphy
  • The patient with proteinuria | Dr Alison Brown
Content
  • Case: Analgesics-friend or foe? | Dr Linah Suleiman
  • Self-assessment
  • Completion Certificate
Content
  • Management of poisoning
  • Prescribing in the older adult
  • Medicines reconciliation
  • Personalised medicine
  • Case - A case of multimorbidity

Self-assessment questions

CPD credits: 2