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Update in medicine - Leeds

When and where

21 April 2023
The Queens Hotel
New Station Street City Square, Leeds LS1 1PJ

Update in medicine - Leeds

The RCP Update in medicine conference is designed to provide high-quality education for those with an interest in medicine, allowing attendees to stay abreast of clinical advancements in medicine and develop professional skills.

These one-day conferences also include an open forum with RCP senior officers.

Join us on Friday 21 April 2023 in Leeds.

'Excellent day overall. Lots of thought went into the programme, range of speakers. Delighted to be out out!'

2022 conference delegate

As well as hearing from leading physicians across the medical specialties, you can participate in Q&A sessions and enjoy the opportunity to network with your peers.

This is a full day conference. Specific timings and registration opening time is to be confirmed. 

6 CPD credits available.

Refreshments and lunch are provided.

Please note, this is a face to face event only. We will not be offering 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, regionalservicesteam@rcp.ac.uk

Become a member today and join our community of over 40,000 physicians around the world.

'Excellent speakers. Very engaging presentations.'

2022 conference delegate


The programme is being developed by regional advisers for the Yorkshire region and will be available to download shortly.

We always strive to champion a diverse range of healthcare professionals in our event programmes.