Teach-in: Geriatrics, dementia, Parkinson's disease and falls

When and where

5 December 2017
Royal College of Physicians of London
11 St Andrew's Place, London, NW1 4LE

Teach-in: Geriatrics, dementia, Parkinson's disease and falls

Teach-ins aim to provide an update on advances in clinical practice for doctors in training, consultant physicians, GPs and staff grade doctors wishing to continue their medical education.

Teach-ins aim to provide an update on advances in clinical practice for doctors in training, consultant physicians, GPs and staff grade doctors wishing to continue their medical education.

Places at our teach-ins are limited, as such as we ask that you register your attendance with us by selecting the book now button. 

If you can no longer attend, please email to conferences@rcplondon.ac.uk to cancel your booking.

Unfortunately we are unable to guarantee entry should full capacity be reached.

If you are unable to book a place at a teach-in or are unable to make it on the day, you can watch the teach-in live, subject to permission from the speakers.  To view the live stream please visit the RCPs live streaming portal on the day.

Registration and coffee will take place at the RCP from 6.30pm. Sessions commence at 7pm.

CPD information

If you attend the teach-in on the day you will receive a certificate after the conference awarding with you 2 external CPD credits. 

If you watch the live stream you can record 1 hour of watched online content as 1 external CPD self-reflection point. These points can be claimed by recording the event in the online CPD Diary via the Self Certified tab within the distance learning category.

Live streamed events are added regularly on our member- and fellow-only video archive.

This event may be live streamed or filmed. The live stream and/or recording may be used by the RCP for a range of purposes, including but not limited to publishing on RCP online sites and delivery via distribution partners. If you have any questions about this please contact the event organiser

Programme

Programme

18.30 Registration and coffee

19.00 Welcome- Professor David Oliver, clinical vice president, Royal College of Physicians

Chair: Professor David Oliver, clinical vice president, Royal College of Physicians

19.00 Assessing patients with frailty - Professor David Oliver, Royal College of Physicians

19.30 Delirium - Dr Tom Jackson, University of Birmingham

20.00 Parkinson’s disease - Dr James Fisher, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

20.30 Dementia - Dr Jeremy Isaacs, St George's Hospital 

21.00 Close