Great for the generalist, this event is worth 6 CPD credits.
The programme has been developed by regional advisers in the South West and is available to download below.
Please be advised the programme may be subject to change.
Topics will include...
- Virtual hospitals – a new way of working
- Ageing Well Project – North Bristol Care Home Interface project (NCHIP)
- Lessons from a street doctor: homeless medicine outside a hospital setting
- Palliative medicine in NMD and MND – coping with a holistic disaster
- Advances in renal vasculitis
- Dermatology update
As well as hearing from leading physicians across the medical specialties, you can participate in Q&A sessions, take part in an open forum with RCP senior officers and enjoy the opportunity to network with your peers.
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About the event
RCP Update in medicine conferences are held across the UK and are delivered by the RCP regional team. These events are designed to provide high-quality education and allow attendees to stay abreast of clinical advancements in medicine, develop professional skills and network with colleagues.
This is a full day conference - registration will open from 8.00am - 9.00am. Refreshments and lunch are provided. We expect the event to finish at 5.00pm approx.
Please note, this is a face to face event only. We do not provide online access for this series of events.
Who should attend?
Physicians and allied health professionals at all levels and across all medical specialties are welcome and encouraged to attend.
You do not have to be an RCP subscribing member to attend this event, but you may wish to consider becoming a member and benefiting from discounted registration fees.
Discounts are available for those working less than full time or on maternity/paternity/adoption leave. Please contact the regional services team for more information and to apply: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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'Very good general update - every session was interesting and useful'