2018

September 2018 - June 2019

Evening Medical Updates

Schedule 2018/2019

Online registration for the 2018/2019 EMU programme is now open!  Evening Medical Updates are livestreamed to University of Manchester, CTF Building, and are particularly aimed at core trainees but are open to all hospital doctors, GPs, other healthcare professionals and medical students, and are free to attend.  They are also approved for CPD if attended.

25 September: Anaphylaxis

23 October:  The Shocked Patient

27 November: Palpitations

11 December: Acute Kidney Injury/Chronic Kidney Disease

29 January: Fits/Seizures

26 February: Vomiting/Nausea

19 March: Falls

30 April: Palliative care management

28 May: Abdominal Pain

25 June: Poisoning

Talks are live streamed from Edinburgh to CTF Building, Grafton Street, University of Manchester.  Ask questions via Twitter: #rcpeEMU

November

Evening Medical Update 

Professionalism in Medicine: Creating a healthy team culture

Tuesday 6 November 2018

This EMU is extra to the 2018/19 programme and is organised by the Recently Appointed Consultants’ Committee of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh but is open to all doctors and is free to attend.  It is also approved for CPD if attended.

The talks are live streamed from Edinburgh to CTF Building, Grafton Street, University of Manchester.

 

Research Symposium for Medical Students and Foundation Doctors

21 November 2018

This dedicated symposium will be of interest to undergraduate medical students and trainee doctors, who carry out a wide range of research. 

It will be hosted by the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh and Health Education England. 

This symposium will offer an opportunity to

  • present findings;
  • build on networks;
  • hear from established research leaders.

RCPE Research Symposium

Dalton Room, Core Technology Facility (UMIC), Grafton Street, Manchester M13 9WU.

University of Manchester

 

58th St Andrew's Day: Updates on Acute Medicine

29 November 2018 - 30 November 2018

The St Andrew’s Day Festival Symposium is the highlight of the RCPE’s educational year and brings together a vast array of international leaders covering the breadth of medicine and its specialties. The symposium will be of great interest to clinicians from all areas including those involved with acute and general medicine, emergency medicine and those physicians who require updates on advances outside their own specialty. The programme will also be relevant to doctors at all levels of training, general practitioners, specialist nurse practitioners and allied health professionals as it will touch on the dilemmas that face us all.

RCPE Symposium Edinburgh (Live stream from Edinburgh)

University of Manchester, CTF Building (UMIC), Grafton Street, Manchester M13 9WU.

2019

February

Symposium on Survivorship

5 February 2019

Living within and beyond the Cancer pathway

'Optimising the quality of life for patients living beyond Cancer'

More people are living beyond Cancer.  This symposium will look at and address some of the challenges arising from the successful treatment of Cancer that have an impact on the quality of life of patients.

The programme for this event is currently being finalised.

RCPE Manchester Symposium

Dalton Room, Core Technology Facility (UMIC), Grafton Street, Manchester M13 9WU.

University of Manchester