The RCP has officially launched RCP annual conference: Medicine 2019, which will take place at Manchester Central Convention Complex on 25–26 April.
Medicine 2019 will host 700 physicians from across all medical specialties, with over 70 speakers who will be presenting on topics including:
- improving junior doctors’ lives
- physical health of those with mental illness and mental health of those with physical illness
- safe use of WhatsApp in the NHS
- artificial intelligence and digital health.
Professor Cheng-Hock Toh, RCP academic vice president, said:
On behalf of our president, I am delighted to invite you to the RCP landmark conference – Medicine 2019. The RCP is 500 years young and this gathering of leaders in healthcare will showcase our creative vibrance and celebrate that dedication to continually improve patient care.
My aim for Medicine 2019 is simple: it is to make you proud to be a physician. Regardless of your career stage and specialist interest, the 2-day programme will educate you on the latest transformative clinical science across specialties, immerse you in important policy issues, which are not covered in specialist society meetings, equip you with comprehensive and diverse skills to manage multiple morbidities, and enable you to network with key opinion leaders and highly effective clinicians.
As your academic vice president, I am determined to celebrate the diversity of our physician family so please join us in Manchester and make the RCP annual conference your 'go to' meeting of 2019.
Early bird booking is open and will continue until 15 January.
If you have any questions or queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)20 3075 2389.