Event Categories: Events

Date: 19th November 2020

Time: 14:00-17:00

Events

Registrations are now open for the 2020 SHARP event entitled 'Heart Failure - the creeping Pandemic'

Please visit the following link for more infomation on how to register and the draft programme. Registration for this event is free.

Date: 27th April 2020

Events

Attend this free evening webinar organised by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. Speakers include Professor John McMurray (University of Glasgow), Professor Richard Kovacs (American College of Cardiology), Dr M Mitchell Lindsay (Golden Jubilee National Hospital) and Professor Colin Berry (University of Glasgow).

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the prognostic significance of Toponin rise and learn how to manage Myocardial Injury in COVID-19 patients
  • Review the updated approaches to managing heart attack patients
    during the pandemic. Unique insight into these approaches will be given
    from front line staff.
  • Share the latest expert's views  and address the uncertainty about ACEi & ARB treatment during COVID-19 pandemic
  • Discuss the emerging therapeutic options and examine ongoing research and clinical trials for the treatment of COVID-19

Start date: 25th May 2020

End date: 28th May 2020

Location: Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh

Events

This four-day course
is designed for health care practitioners from the UK and beyond, and aims to
give a broad update on important aspects of acute and general medicine. 
The course will include lectures by experts on topics of current and practical
relevance, with frequent opportunities for interactive case-based
learning.  This year the course will consist of eight sessions over four
full days, in:

Cardiology/Respiratory/Acute Emergencies/Infections/Rheumatology/Dermatology/

“A
phone call from the laboratory”/Stroke/Toxicology

Audience: As well as being of value to hospital based doctors at consultant or senior trainee level, it will also be of interest to Community based doctors/General practitioners/Allied health professionals/Specialist nurses

Delegates can select which day to
attend or sign up for the full four-day course.

Website:https://events.rcpe.ac.uk/rcpe-course-acute-and-general-medicine

Contact:          
m.farquhar@rcpe.ac.uk  
#rcpeAGIM20

Date: 10th March 2020

Location: Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh

Events

Tuesday
10 March 2020

Royal
College of Physicians of Edinburgh & Live Link Sites across the UK

We are delighted to present our next event in the
‘Professionalism in Medicine’ series with an evening in which you will have the
opportunity to understand better how the current pensions issue may affect you
now and in the future and perhaps for the first time fully appreciate how
consultants have the capacity to transfer their skills to that of leadership
roles.

This
event is suitable for all doctors in training, consultants and associate
specialists.

The programme and speakers are as follows:

Clinical
Management: the transfer of skills we are choosing not to transfer

Dr
Jon Miles, Consultant Physician, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh

Learning
Objectives

  • Description
    of the breadth of clinical management opportunities
  • Understanding
    that we as doctors practice the skills on a daily basis that enable us to
    become clinical managers
  • An
    exploration of why we see “clinical management” as something “different” and
    something “to be avoided”

Update
on NHS Pensions & Taxation

Dr
Alan Robertson, Consultant Cardiologist, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee

Learning
Objectives

  • Understand
    the structure and benefits of the NHS Pension Schemes
  • Understand
    the impact of taxation on the NHS Pension Schemes

For
more information, speaker biographies, how to book and to find out the nearest
link site to you please visit: https://events.rcpe.ac.uk/professionalism-medicine-your-pension-your-skills-clinical-management

Date: 24th February 2020

Location: DoubleTree by Hilton, 36 Cambridge St, Glasgow, G2 3HN

Events

Event aims include:
- To share experiences of those directly involved in projects
linked to the SAC cardiology report outputs
- Establishing a standardised approach to common principles
such as ‘Active Clinical Referral Triage’ / ‘Patient-Initiated
Review’ for cardiology services through interactive workshops
- Review of common symptom pathways relevant to the initial
report and determine feasibility to be incorporated nationally

Register at: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/YH2NT39