Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the RCP has taken the advice of the government to postpone holding in-person gatherings.
We have taken this as an opportunity to re-develop our approach to conferences and events and are happy to announce that beginning with our teach-ins, we are going digital.
What does this mean?
You can now enjoy two new online teach-in series, the first focusing on COVID-19 developments and the second aimed at continuing trainee learning.
These teach-ins are easy to register for, free of charge and worth 1 CPD credit each.
How to register
You can register to watch the teach-in here: https://webinars.on24.com/rcp/recovery
Professor Donal O'Donoghue
Registrar, Royal College of Physicians London
Disaster recovery – can we apply learning to NHS?
Professor Duncan Shaw
Chair of operational research & critical systems,
Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute
What could outpatients look like?
Dr Toby Hillman
Consultant in respiratory and general (internal) medicine, University College London and RCP sustainability fellow
Miss Jen Isherwood
ST7 oncoplastic and general surgical trainee, Royal Berkshire NHS Trust and National Medical Director’s Fellow
What could inpatient care look like?
Dr Seema Shrivastava
Associate medical director and consultant geriatrician, North Bristol Hospitals Trust
How will technology help a different future for physician-led care?
Dr Wajid Hussain
Clinical director for Digital Health, Royal College of Physicians; and consultant cardiologist and cardiac electrophysiologist, Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Trust
Question and answer session
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