Continuing Medical Education (CME) in the United Kingdom

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NSTC — National Head and Neck Dissection Course
01 May 2019 - 03 May 2019 • Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Abstract:
This course is designed to facilitate the trainee surgeon with didactic and hands on cadaveric training experience. Conducted by a faculty of experienced surgeons, this is an intensive two and a half day course of lectures, debate, exchange and practical hands on experience on Head and Neck dissection.
Contact:
Phone: [0191 213 8589];     Email: louise.sore@nuth.nhs.uk
Event listing ID:
1118423
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PCOT — Principles of Casting for Orthopaedic Trainees
03 May 2019 • Glasgow, United Kingdom
Abstract:
Taught by experienced clinicians and plaster technicians, this course will provide you with skills for upper and lower body casting.
Contact:
Phone: [01414657278];     Email: carolanne.grady@rcpsg.ac.uk
Topics:
orthopaedics, plastering, casting, orthopaedic trainees
Event listing ID:
1091709
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9th Annual London Core Review Cardiothoracic Course 2019
09 May 2019 - 12 May 2019 • London, United Kingdom
Event listing ID:
1142801
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GP Update Refresher 30 CPD Credits
16 May 2019 - 19 May 2019 • London, United Kingdom
Contact:
Centre for Medical Development;     Phone: [02035145870];     Email: contact@cmed.org.uk
Topics:
Cardiology, Neurology, Dermatology, Psychiatry, Gastroenterology, Haematology, Spotlight on Surgery, Rheumatology, Men’s Health, Liver Medicine, Women’s Health, Infectious Diseases, Nephrology, Respiratory Medicine, Endocrinology, Paediatrics
Event listing ID:
1177626
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The BIR/DMCRR — "Hands-On" training series: Liver and pancreatic imaging
19 Jun 2019 • London, United Kingdom
Abstract:
This "Hands-On" event in liver and pancreatic imaging is designed to familiarise and guide delegates through a range of liver and pancreatic disorders. In six sessions, delegates will be introduced not only to the more routine presentations of liver and pancreatic disease but also the more atypical imaging signs of rare and complex disorders.
Contact:
Phone: [020 3668 2226];     Email: malini.banerjee@bir.org.uk
Topics:
pancreatic, liver, imaging, biliary, disorder, digguse liver, liver lesions, liver tumour, tymour, lesions, radiology
Event listing ID:
1213700
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Radiology update series: Thorax and hepatobiliary organised by the BIR Midlands branch
13 Sep 2019 • Birmingham, United Kingdom
Organizer:
The British Institute of Radiology
Abstract:
The BIR midlands branch present the first in our Consultant Update Series study days. This one day event is aimed at consultant radiologists and radiology registrars, who would like to update their radiology knowledge in line with current evidence. The study day focusses on topics in a system specific method. Lectures will be delivered by consultant radiologists highly experienced in their areas of expertise. The first study day focusses on Thoracic and Hepatobiliary radiology. To improve the efficacy of the study day we aim to provide the update in an environment conducive for discussion and interaction.
Contact:
The British Institute of Radiology;     Phone: [+442036682230];     Email: conference@bir.org.uk
Event listing ID:
1216649
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Dementia imaging
20 Sep 2019 • London, United Kingdom
Organizer:
The British Institute of Radiology
Abstract:
In this one day event, we aim to highlight the importance of imaging in the diagnosis of dementia including CT, MRI and functional imaging. We will discuss the importance of collaboration with clinicians in the selection of appropriate imaging modalities and the complementary roles of cross sectional and functional imaging. Impact on social care and all workers in dementia services. Who should attend: Radiologists, Nuclear Medicine physicians, psychiatrists, health care of the elderly physicians, social care workers in dementia, Nuclear medicine technologists and nurses, PET CT providers as well as industry and researchers in dementia.
Contact:
The British Institute of Radiology;     Phone: [+442036682230];     Email: conference@bir.org.uk
Event listing ID:
1216637
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Musculoskeletal radiology organised by the BIR East of England branch
04 Oct 2019 • Norwich, United Kingdom
Organizer:
The British Institute of Radiology
Abstract:
This event will provide an update on common musculoskeletal radiology problems. It will cover a selection of musculoskeletal imaging topics that are either common diagnostic problems in clinical practice or where there are substantial new guidelines that influence the way we image and report disease. The day will also provide guidance on imaging criteria and terminology for common problems in differential diagnosis, standardized imaging protocols and pathways for several disease presentation, and updates on controversial topics.
Contact:
The British Institute of Radiology;     Phone: [+442036682230];     Email: conference@bir.org.uk
Event listing ID:
1216603
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Last updated: 05 April 2019