RCPE Renal Symposium 2022
Title: RCPE Symposium: Renal Medicine
Date: Friday 29 April 2022
Venue: Hybrid event from the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh
Topics: This exciting programme led by renowned speakers
Audience: This meeting will be of interest to all grades of public health, medical - including acute, general and specialist physicians, general practitioners, doctors in training and medical students, nursing and scientific staff, , and allied health professionals
Speakers: Dr Michelle Willicombe @mkwillicombe
Professor Liz Lightstone @kidneydoc101
Dr Navdeep Tangri, Winnipeg, Canada
Dr Natalie Mordi, Dundee
Dr Gemma Currie
Dr Rauri Clarke @getrenal
Prof John McMurray, Glasgow
Prof Rachel Lennon @RLWczyk
Prof John Sayer, Newcastle Upon Tyne @johnasayer
Prof Daniel Gale, London
Dr Renee Dversdal, Portland, USA @VaveHealth @DRsonosRD
Scottish Thoracic Society Annual Hybrid Meeting
Date: Friday April 29, 2022
Location: Perth Concert Hall
We are pleased to announce that registrations are now open for the event! Book your place here to either attend in person or virtually.
Speakers include colleagues from London and Cambridge and we are co-hosting with the Scottish Interstitial Lung Disease group.
• Advances in Mesothelioma.
• What’s new in Interstitial Lung Diseases?
• New Sarcoidosis guidelines – an update.
• Lung volume reduction surgery
• Lung cancer screening
• Mediastinal staging in Lung Cancer
• Physiotherapy post COVID-19
4 CPD points have been applied for.
For any queries please contact our Administrator on firstname.lastname@example.org
To book your place: STS Hybrid Annual Meeting 2022 | RCPE Events
SCS Spring Hybrid Event 2022
Wednesday 4 May 2022
Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh & Online
Bookings are now open for our upcoming SCS event!
Overview: There are ongoing major issues surrounding women’s cardiac health and care. There is extensive data suggesting higher mortality and morbidity rates as well as significant misdiagnosis and lower rate of evidence based investigations and treatments. Women are under-represented and less frequently included in major cardiovascular research. We aim to bring attention to the Scottish Cardiac Community of the gender bias and inequalities in access to care as well as provide the opportunity for further education and awareness of specific cardiac conditions that are prevalent in the female gender.
All our speakers for the event can be found on the online programme. We are pleased to announce that Professor Javier Escaned & Dr Nieves Gonzalo from Clinico San Carlos University Hospital, Madrid will be delivering the keynote lecture on SCAD.
Delegates are welcome to attend the conference either virtually or in person at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh and SCS members are eligible for discounted rates.
Travel grants: Funds are available to assist SCS members with reasonable travel expenses to the two SCS meetings each year. Please contact email@example.com for more details. Any applications must be received before the Council meeting prior to the relevant Spring or Autumn meeting.
To register your place and to find further information and see the full programme please visit: https://events.rcpe.ac.uk/scottish-cardiac-society-spring-hybrid-meeting