Update in medicine - North Wales

When and where

9 May 2019
Village Hotel Chester St Davids
St David's Park, Ewloe, Deeside, CH5 3YB

Update in medicine - North Wales

The RCP Wales second spring conference, Update in medicine - North Wales, takes place on 9 May 2019 at the Village Hotel, Chester St David's, Ewloe, Deeside.

This event will deliver invaluable updates on relevant topics, enabling you to enhance your clinical knowledge and gain 6 CPD credits. It also provides an opportunity for valuable networking and includes an open forum with the RCP president, Professor Andrew Goddard and RCP college officers.

Reasons to attend

The programme will include the following topics:

  • recognising vasculitis on acute takes
  • tuberculosis - emerging challenges in management
  • medical uses of positron emission tomography (PET)
  • Parkinson's and related movement disorders - lessons learned and acute management
  • delirium - are you confused?
  • capacity issues at the front door
  • biochemical diagnostics for rapid patient turn around
  • the role of cardiac imaging and acute admissions

Who should attend?

Consultant physicians, trainee doctors, SAS doctors, physician associates and advanced clinical practitioners

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Other information

  • Conference Dinner
Programme

Regional lecture

We are pleased to confirm that our Regional Lecture will be presented by Dr Janice Harper, consultant in renal medicine and vaculitis at Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals

Conference dinner

All delegates are welcome to attend the conference dinner which will be held at the Village Hotel on Thursday 9 May.  The cost is £30 per person and advance booking is essential.