FPM Osler Centenary Conference: clinical updates from the Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine.
Advice on clinical practice from international experts: from updates on treating heart failure, to new guidelines on tuberculosis, and continued relevance of Osler to clinical medicine.
Date: Friday 6th December, 2019
Venue: Royal College of Physicians, London
Registration for the Conference will open on 15th March
Senior clinicians: £75 (£50 for PMJ or HPT authors)
Trainees: £50 (£30 for PMJ or HPT authors)
Poster presenters and poster co-authors: free
Abstract deadline 18th November
More on poster prizes and publication of accepted abstracts …
Scientific Committee and Speakers include:
Peter Barnes FRS, Imperial College; Professor Sue Carr, General Medical Council; Mark Caulfield, London; Bernard Cheung, Hong Kong; Professor Tahseen Chowdhury, Consultant in Diabetes, Royal London Hospital; Martin Cowie, Imperial College, London; Wade Dimitri, Coventry; Jan Willem Elte, Gouda, The Netherlands; Albert Ferro, King‘s Medical School, London; Michael Hulse, University of Warwick; John Launer, Postgraduate Medical Journal, London; Tim Nicholson, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, King’s Medical School, London; Paul Nunn, London; Ken Redekop, Erasmus, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; Donald Singer, FPM, London; David Slovick, London; Dr Ros Taylor MBE, DL, London; Allister Vale, Birmingham; Scott Wright, Johns Hopkins Medical School, Baltimore, USA.
- Translating genomics for clinical benefit: Mark Caulfield, Chief Executive and Chief Scientific Officer, Genomics England, Co-Director and Professor of Clinical Pharmacology, William Harvey Research Institute, Barts and the London
- Advances in oral and insulin treatments for diabetes: Professor Tahseen Chowdhury, Consultant in Diabetes, Royal London Hospital
- Osler as a role model for today: Scott Wright, Johns Hopkins Medical School, Baltimore, USA
- Osler and the Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine: Donald Singer, President, FPM, London
- The GMC and Medical Education: Professor Sue Carr, Deputy Medical Director, General Medical Council
- Advances in treating heart failure: Martin Cowie, Professor of Cardiology, Imperial College and the Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust
- Premature birth and disease in adult life: Neena Modi, President-Elect, Medical Women’s Federation, Professor of Neonatal Medicine, Imperial College and Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust, London, Immediate Past President, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health
- New guidelines for managing tuberculosis: Dr Paul Nunn, London, former Coordinator of the WHO Stop TB Unit
- Advances in Palliative Care: Dr Ros Taylor MBE, DL, London, National Director for Hospice Care at Hospice UK
Eligible for 6 hours of CPD
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