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Day 2 of the RCP annual conference included a session on the challenges facing palliative care and how new models and systems can help.
Chaired by Dr Kate Lovett, dean of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, this session focused on the mental health of both patients and practitioners.
In one of the final concurrent sessions of Medicine 2019 day 1, the focus was on careers. Including talks from a number of experts.
Matt Hancock MP, UK secretary of state for health and social care, delivered a speech entitled ‘My vision for the NHS’ as part of the afternoon plenary on the first day of Medicine 2019.
Professor Margaret Johnson, consultant in HIV/AIDS medicine and professor of medicine at Royal Free London, chaired a session on infectious diseases and sexual health.
On day one of Medicine 2019, Professor Bryan Williams gave a presentation on the National Early Warning Score (NEWS) and its recent update, NEWS2.
Medicine 2019 kicked off today with the first plenary session ‘RCP beyond 500’.
With many in the medical profession misunderstanding ME, Dr Nina Muirhead recounts her own experience with the illness and how it reshaped her understanding of it.