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Update in medicine - Oxford

When and where

5 July 2023
DoubleTree by Hilton Oxford Belfry
Milton Common, Thame. OX9 2JW

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Update in medicine - Oxford

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 for those with an interest in medicine, allowing attendees to stay abreast of clinical advancements in medicine, develop professional skills and network with colleagues.

These one-day conferences also include an open forum with the RCP president, Dr Sarah Clarke and several senior officers.

We hope you enjoyed this Update in medicine conference held on Wednesday 5 July 2023 in Oxford.

If you are interested in attending a future Update in medicine conference, please see our 2023 event schedule here.

You can download the programme below.

Speaker presentations

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Perioperative medicine: what the general physician needs to know

Dr Shvaita Ralhan, consultant physician in geratology and perioperative medicine, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Managing type 2 diabetes as a reversible condition

Dr David Cavan, consultant endocrinologist, University Hospitals Dorset NHS Foundation Trust

Novel strategies in nephrology and future expectations

Dr Jyoti Baharani, consultant nephrologist and associate medical director, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

100 years of the misuse of nitrous oxide — an increasing public health issue

Dr David Nicholl, consultant neurologist, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust; Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust

Chemsex - Health impact of sexualised substance use in GBMSM

Dr Aseel Hegazi, consultant in HIV and sexual health, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

Characteristics of open access skin cancer image datasets used to train artificial intelligence algorithms: implications for equitable digital health

Dr David Wen, NIHR academic clinical fellow in dermatology, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Extending the reach of expert amyloidosis care: a feasibility study exploring the staged implementation of a UK amyloidosis network

Dr Chern Hsiang Choy, clinical fellow, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

Sleep: everything you need to know for your patients and yourself!

Dr Allie Hare, consultant in sleep medicine and respiratory ventilation, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

Growing promises of lifestyle medicine: are they science fictions?

Dr Prithwiraj Chakrabarti , consultant microbiologist, Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust