Scottish Thoracic Society (STS) Trainee Symposium
STS is excited to announce the STS Trainee Symposium on Monday August 16th 9:30-15:30 on Zoom.
It will be an opportunity to present your work to colleagues at a National meeting and win prizes.
Exciting talks on the future of Thoracic Medicine and Surgery and maximizing your training towards a career in Respiratory medicine.
Registration and abstract submission is open to junior doctors (Specialty Trainees, IMT/CST/CMT doctors, foundation doctors) and medical students with an interest in respiratory medicine. Abstracts from the following categories are welcome: Audit and Quality Improvement, Research, Education and Training, Clinical / Case Reports.
Successful abstracts will be allocated to oral presentation (15 minutes) or lightning talk (5 minutes, 1 slide) slots. Submit your abstract of 350 words (excluding title, authors, affiliations) to STSAdmin@rcpe.ac.uk by 16th July 2020.
Please see the flyer for more information.
Register for free here.
RCPE Online Symposium: Neurology
Wednesday 3 November 2021
This year, we have assembled this programme during the COVID-19 pandemic, and we have been mindful of the challenges – and opportunities – that it has created for physicians and patients with neurological diseases.
The day promises to be informative, provocative and asks the question – what will post-pandemic neurology look like?
Attendees should hope to gain:
- Insights on improving the economic and environmental sustainability of your speciality
- Hints and tips on how to transform failure into success
- Shared knowledge from expert video cases - to think on your feet
- Fresh perspectives on how to practice with humanity
The Early Bird Discount is available until Tuesday 5 October 2021, allowing Fellows and Members to attend from only £39.
Book online here: Neurology | RCPE Events
RCPE Symposium: Gastroenterology
Date: Thursday 18 November 2021
Venue: Online – fully digital event from the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh
Topics: This symposium showcases an innovative and well-balanced programme. It provides a different perspective to the delivery of care ensuring that the individual is at the centre of our choices as health care professionals.
Audience: This meeting will be of interest to both primary and secondary care physicians, but also to all other allied care professionals who contribute invaluably to patient care in Gastroenterology.
Also, all grades of public health, medical - including acute, general and specialist physicians, general practitioners, doctors in training and medical students, nursing and scientific staff.
Speakers: Professor Alastair Burt, Dr Robert Caslake, Dr Hannah Crawford, Professor Marla Dublinsky, Dr Francesco Giovinazzo, Dr Jyoti Hansi, Dr Norma McAvoy, Dr Alastair McKinlay, Dr Stuart McPherson, Professor Angus Watson, Dr Eleanor Watson
Website: Gastroenterology | RCPE Events