Imperial Acute Medicine Course (SCE)

Date: 6th and 7th October 2014  scroll down to pay online
This two-day interactive case-based GIM course will review the latest guidelines and evidence for management of patients with acute medical presentations.

Venue:
Main Lecture Theatre, Postgraduate Education Centre, Charing Cross Hospital, W6 8RF
Registration Fee: £120 for 2 days (including lunch). Discount of £20 for early booking

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 


Day 1 (06/10/2014)
09.00-09.05      Welcome and Introduction, Dr Amir Sam, Imperial College London
09.05-10.00      Renal cases, Dr Ruth Pepper, Royal Free Hospital
10.00-11.15      Infectious disease cases, Dr Luke Moore, Imperial College London
11.15-11.30      Break
11.30-12.30      Poisoning cases, Dr Kathleen Bonnici, Toxicology Unit, St Thomas’s Hospital
12.30-13.30      Lunch
13.30-15.00      Cardiology cases, Dr Sandeep Basavarajaiah, Birmingham
15.00-15.30      ECG Quiz, Dr Sandeep Basavarajaiah, Birmingham
15.30-15.45      Break
15.45-17.00      Diabetes Cases, Dr Amir Sam, Imperial College London

Day 2 (07/10/2014)
09.00-10.00      Haematology cases, Dr Amit Patel, Imperial College London
10.00-11.30      Respiratory cases, Dr Janet Stowell, Imperial College London
11.30-11.45      Break
11.45-13.30      Neurology cases, Dr Diego Kaski, University College London
13.30-14.15      Lunch
14.15-15.45      Gastro/Hepatology cases, Dr Bahman N Shokouhi, University College London
15.45-16.00      Feedback & Certificate

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