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SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER & NOVEMBER 2019

 

 

MONDAY, 30 SEPTEMBER 2019

 

08:30 REGISTRATION

 

SESSION 1

09:00 Managing acute GI Bleeding. What should I do at 2am? - Dr Jonathan Hoare, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

09:45 Causes and Management of severe diarrhoea on the acute medical take - Dr Jonathan Hoare, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

10:30 BREAK

 

SESSION 2

11:00 Heart failure, more than a dollop of Frusemide. - Carla Plymen (Imperial College)

11:45 Acute psychiatric emergencies. How to manage the acutely unwell patient with mental health problems - Dr Sachin Patel, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

12:30 LUNCH

 

SESSION 3

13:30 Managing acute fast Atrial Fibrillation at 2am. What should I do? - Sayan Sen, Consultant Cardiologist, Hammersmith Hospital

14:15 Who needs an emergency angioplasty? - Sayan Sen, Consultant Cardiologist, Hammersmith Hospital

15:00 BREAK

 

SESSION 4

15:20 The acutely breathless patient: A management update - Janet Stowell, Imperial College London

16:00 An update in the management of chest sepsis - Janet Stowell, Imperial College London

17:00 CLOSING REMARKS AND FEEDBACK

 

 

 

THURSDAY, 31 OCTOBER 2019

 

08:30 REGISTRATION

 

SESSION 1

09:00 You say CPAP, I say BIPAP, How do I treat respiratory failure at 2am? - Dr Andres Floto, Royal Papworth Hospital, Cambridge

09:30 You clot! Practical management of pulmonary embolus. - Dr Andres Floto, Royal Papworth Hospital, Cambridge

10:00 There ain?t nothing like a drain! (AKA practical management of pleural disease). - Dr Andres Floto, Royal Papworth Hospital, Cambridge

10:30 BREAK

 

SESSION 2

11:00 Managing patients with difficult devices: Pacemakers, defibrillators and worse. - Dr Prapa Kanagaratnam, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

12:00 Incidentally found thyroid and other nodules found on CTPA. Harms caused by over-investigation. How far should I investigate? - Karim Meeran, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

12:30 LUNCH

 

SESSION 3

13:30 Management of Decompensated Liver Disease. - Professor Shahid Khan, Imperial College

14:30 My patient is dizzy. What shall I do? Acute Vertigo, diagnosis and management - Barry Seemungal

15:15 BREAK

 

SESSION 4

15:35 Neurology for the General Physician: An update in the acute management of stroke. - Dr Soma Banerjee, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

16:15 Managing DKA and Hyperosmolar states in an acute medical admissions unit. Up to date Management guidelines for the General Physician. - Dr Karim Meeran, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

17:00 CLOSING REMARKS AND FEEDBACK

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY, 20 NOVEMBER 2019

 

08:30 REGISTRATION

 

SESSION 1

09:00 Managing the septic shocked patient at 2am - Dr Luke Moore, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

09:45 Fever in the returning traveller. - Dr Luke Moore, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

10:30 BREAK

 

SESSION 2

11:00 An update in Rheumatology. Giant Cell Arteritis and Polymyalgia Rheumatica - Dr Puja Mehta

11:30 Septic Arthritis or Gout?: Managing an acutely hot joint. The patient with back pain.

12:00 How to manage a flare of SLE or Rheumatoid arthritis

12:30 LUNCH

 

SESSION 3

13:30 Management of patients with new drugs for hyperlipidaemia and diabetes: New drugs with acronyms: PCSK9, GLP-1, SGLT2 and DPP4. What is the evidence? - Karim Meeran

14:15 My patient is anuric at 2am. What shall I do? Managing patients with acute kidney injury: current guidelines - Jeremy Levy

15:00 BREAK

 

SESSION 4

15:20 Neurology for the General Physician: Managing a first fit - Dr Jenny Vaughan, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

16:00 Managing patients with severe acute headache. - Dr Jenny Vaughan, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

16:50 CLOSING REMARKS AND FEEDBACK

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