Centenary conference for the Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine

The Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine is organising its Centenary Conference, which is to be held on 7th December at the Royal College of Physicians in London.  The December 2018 FPM Centenary Conference will include a poster awards session showcasing national

Centenary conference for the Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine

The Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine is organising its Centenary Conference, which is to be held on 7th December at the Royal College of Physicians in London.  The December 2018 FPM Centenary Conference will include a poster awards session showcasing national

Creativity and compassion: winners of the 2018 FPM Hippocrates Open and Health Professional Prize for Poetry and Medicine

Joanne Key from England has been announced by judge Mark Doty as the winner of the 2018 FPM Hippocrates Open Prize for Poetry and Medicine at an awards ceremony at the Poetry Foundation in Chicago. Her winning poem was Colony which concerned the distress of

Creativity and compassion: winners of the 2018 FPM Hippocrates Open and Health Professional Prize for Poetry and Medicine

Joanne Key from England has been announced by judge Mark Doty as the winner of the 2018 FPM Hippocrates Open Prize for Poetry and Medicine at an awards ceremony at the Poetry Foundation in Chicago. Her winning poem was Colony which concerned the distress of

Resolving gaps and challenges for health policy to protect the heart and circulation: London 7th December 2017 at RIBA

Diseases of the heart and circulation are the commonest preventable cause of disability and death in the UK and elsewhere in the developed world. Heart and circulatory disorders are also rapidly overtaking communicable diseases as serious health problems in less

Resolving gaps and challenges for health policy to protect the heart and circulation: London 7th December 2017 at RIBA

Diseases of the heart and circulation are the commonest preventable cause of disability and death in the UK and elsewhere in the developed world. Heart and circulatory disorders are also rapidly overtaking communicable diseases as serious health problems in less

Policy to reduce preventable disorders of the heart and circulation: London, 7th December 2017

Venus: Lutyens Room, Royal Institute of British Architects, 66 Portland Place, London W1B 1AD Policy makers are taking an increasing interest in encouraging lifestyle approaches aimed at reducing the incidence and severity of serious disorders of the heart and circulation.

Policy to reduce preventable disorders of the heart and circulation: London, 7th December 2017

Venus: Lutyens Room, Royal Institute of British Architects, 66 Portland Place, London W1B 1AD Policy makers are taking an increasing interest in encouraging lifestyle approaches aimed at reducing the incidence and severity of serious disorders of the heart and circulation.

Cherishing life and health: the 2017 Hippocrates Awards for poetry and medicine

Poets from Ireland, the UK, the USA, Australia and Canada are among the winners of major awards in this year’s £6,000 Hippocrates Prize for Poetry and Medicine, announced at an awards ceremony at Harvard in the USA this weekend. The Hippocrates Open Awards

Cherishing life and health: the 2017 Hippocrates Awards for poetry and medicine

Poets from Ireland, the UK, the USA, Australia and Canada are among the winners of major awards in this year’s £6,000 Hippocrates Prize for Poetry and Medicine, announced at an awards ceremony at Harvard in the USA this weekend. The Hippocrates Open Awards

Adaptive pathways for medicine evaluation and unmet medical need: the access v. evidence dilemma

The European Medicines Agency hosted a stakeholder workshop on 8th December 2016 on adaptive pathways at its Canary Wharf London headquarters: a hot topic with around 150 delegates from healthcare, patient and consumer organisations, academia, industry and regulatory bodies. The

Adaptive pathways for medicine evaluation and unmet medical need: the access v. evidence dilemma

The European Medicines Agency hosted a stakeholder workshop on 8th December 2016 on adaptive pathways at its Canary Wharf London headquarters: a hot topic with around 150 delegates from healthcare, patient and consumer organisations, academia, industry and regulatory bodies. The

Exercise in people with undergoing cancer treatment

  Neoadjuvant treatment is treatment given as a first step to shrink a tumor before the main treatment e.g. surgery or radiotherapy. In her 2016 paper on this theme Dr Lisa Loughney  noted that neoadjuvant cancer treatment decreases physical fitness

Exercise in people with undergoing cancer treatment

  Neoadjuvant treatment is treatment given as a first step to shrink a tumor before the main treatment e.g. surgery or radiotherapy. In her 2016 paper on this theme Dr Lisa Loughney  noted that neoadjuvant cancer treatment decreases physical fitness