29th September, 2016: Updates on Cancer

Venue: Medical Society of London, 11 Chandos Street, London W1G 9EB This one day symposium will include sessions on: risk factors for cancer evidence for effective strategies aimed at preventing cancer medical humanities to support patients undergoing treatment for cancer

29th September, 2016: Updates on Cancer

Venue: Medical Society of London, 11 Chandos Street, London W1G 9EB This one day symposium will include sessions on: risk factors for cancer evidence for effective strategies aimed at preventing cancer medical humanities to support patients undergoing treatment for cancer

1st March, 2018: 100th Anniversary of the FPM

Venue: Medical Society of London, 11 Chandos Street, London W1G 9EB Advances in medicine over the past century will be showcased at the FPM at 100  Symposium. Papers based on talks at the symposium will be published in the FPM’s

1st March, 2018: 100th Anniversary of the FPM

Venue: Medical Society of London, 11 Chandos Street, London W1G 9EB Advances in medicine over the past century will be showcased at the FPM at 100  Symposium. Papers based on talks at the symposium will be published in the FPM’s

New Year for the FPM

We wish all FPM Fellows, conference delegates, and readers of and authors for the PMJ and HPT our best wishes for the festive season and for 2016. 2015 has seen a major anniversary for the FPM – the 90th for

New Year for the FPM

We wish all FPM Fellows, conference delegates, and readers of and authors for the PMJ and HPT our best wishes for the festive season and for 2016. 2015 has seen a major anniversary for the FPM – the 90th for

Launch of 2016 Hippocrates Prize

Poet Wendy French, Harvard physician and poet Rafael Campo, and Gareth Powell, Secretary of the Methodist Church, will judge the 2016 Hippocrates Prize for poetry and medicine international and UK NHS awards.The judges are joined by poet Siân Hughes, who

Launch of 2016 Hippocrates Prize

Poet Wendy French, Harvard physician and poet Rafael Campo, and Gareth Powell, Secretary of the Methodist Church, will judge the 2016 Hippocrates Prize for poetry and medicine international and UK NHS awards.The judges are joined by poet Siân Hughes, who

Call for papers for special edition of Health Policy and Technology

Health Policy and Technology Editor Wendy Currie has announced a special edition of the journal entitled “Patient – Centered Health Information Technology: Preparing for a New Era”. Topics of interest include but are not limited to: Interoperability of patient –

Call for papers for special edition of Health Policy and Technology

Health Policy and Technology Editor Wendy Currie has announced a special edition of the journal entitled “Patient – Centered Health Information Technology: Preparing for a New Era”. Topics of interest include but are not limited to: Interoperability of patient –

Advances in medicine over past 9 decades showcased at PMJ at 90 Symposium

PMJ at 90 Programme The Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine organised a Symposium in London on 1st October 2015 to mark the 90th Anniversary of its first official journal, the Postgraduate Medical Journal. The meeting was held at the Medical Society

Advances in medicine over past 9 decades showcased at PMJ at 90 Symposium

PMJ at 90 Programme The Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine organised a Symposium in London on 1st October 2015 to mark the 90th Anniversary of its first official journal, the Postgraduate Medical Journal. The meeting was held at the Medical Society

Coffee and herbal ‘cigarettes’ once popular treatments for asthma: talks from 90th Anniversary for the Postgraduate Medical Journal

Condition used to be regarded as psychosomatic and brought on by stress Strong black coffee and herbal ‘cigarettes’ were once popular treatments for asthma, which used to be thought of as a psychosomatic condition, brought on by stress, reveals a

Coffee and herbal ‘cigarettes’ once popular treatments for asthma: talks from 90th Anniversary for the Postgraduate Medical Journal

Condition used to be regarded as psychosomatic and brought on by stress Strong black coffee and herbal ‘cigarettes’ were once popular treatments for asthma, which used to be thought of as a psychosomatic condition, brought on by stress, reveals a