Programme: Advances in Healthcare: FPM Osler Centenary Conference – 6th December 2019, Royal College of Physicians, London

Advances in Health Care: FPM-Osler Centenary Conference’ (code: 129609)
has been approved by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians
of the United Kingdom for 6 category 1 (external) CPD credits.

8.30 am
Registration

9.20 am
Welcome

Chairs: Professor Allister Vale, Birmingham, Professor Albert Ferro, King’s London and Professor Tony Barnett, Birmingham.

9.25 am
Osler and the Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine
Professor Donald Si
nger, FPM, London

9.45 am
Premature birth and disease in adult life

Neena Modi, Professor of Neonatal Medicine, Imperial College

10.20 am
Advances in oral and insulin treatments for diabetes
Professor Tahseen Chowdhury, Consultant in Diabetes, Royal London Hospital

10.55 am
Coffee and Posters
Chairs: Professor Bernard Cheung, Hong Kong and Professor Roger Jones,
King’s London

11.25 am
Advances in treating heart failure

Martin Cowie, Professor of Cardiology, Imperial College and the Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust

12.00 pm
Advances in Palliative Care

Dr Ros Taylor, National Director for Hospice Care, Hospice UK

12.35 pm         Lunch and poster judging

13.40 pm
Readings from the 10th Hippocrates Prize for Poetry and Medicine

Chair: Professor Michael Hulse, University of Warwick
Poets: Claudia Daventry, St Andrews, Scotland and Denise Bundred, Camberley, Surrey

Chairs: Dr John Launer, University College, London and Professor Dame Jane Dacre, University College, London

14.10 pm
Osler as a role model for today

Professor Scott Wright, Johns Hopkins Medical School, Baltimore, USA

14.45 pm
The GMC and Medical Education
Professor Sue Carr, Deputy Medical Director, General Medical Council

15.20 pm
Tea and posters

Chairs: Dr Tim Nicholson, Institute of Psychiatry, London and
Professor Adrian Newland, Barts and the London

15.55 pm
New guidelines for managing tuberculosis

Dr Paul Nunn, London, former Coordinator of the WHO Stop TB Unit

16.30 pm
Translating genomics for clinical benefit

Sir 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

17.15 pm
Reception and poster awards