Friday 29 June 2018
Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
6 CPD Points
This meeting will provide an update on the diagnosis and management of a broad spectrum of tropical diseases.
Presented by leaders in their field, whom you'll have the chance to network with, you will be taken on a journey through the breadth of tropical diseases that are typically encountered in emergency departments, both in the UK and overseas.
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If you are an RSM member you can benefit from our discounted rates starting from as little as £30.
Emergency medicine societies who are involved in our advertisement-for-discount scheme, please register under the affiliated society rate. On the day you will be expected to provide proof of your membership to your emergency medicine society.
Any queries? Please call 020 7290 2987
Registration, tea and coffee
Welcome and introduction
Lt Colonel Paul Reavely, President, Emergency Medicine Section, Royal Society of Medicine
Dr Hooi-Ling Harrison, Consultant in Emergency Medicine, King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Skin and soft tissue infections
Lt Colonel Lucy Lamb, Defence Consultant Infectious Disease and General Medicine, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust
Tea and coffee
Fever in the returning traveller
Dr Nick Becching, Lead Consultant in Tropical Disease, The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
Undifferentiated febrile illness
Major Kate Clay, Infectious Diseases Registrar, Defence Medical Services
Dr Francoise Ticehurst, Honorary Secretary, Emergency Medicine Section, Royal Society of Medicine
The Practicalities and Barriers of Using TEG6s in Code Red Traumas: An Observational Study in One London Major Trauma Centre
Dr Sarah Morton
Improving chest pain triage by using established and novel markers of myocardial injury
Emergency Medicine Funding Elective Prize: Personal and Patient Experience of Trauma in Colombia
High altitude medicine in the Nepalese Himalayas
Anna Causer Nakamura
Dr Jake Dunning, Consultant in Infectious Diseases, Public Health England
Surgeon Commander Steve Bland, Royal Navy, Consultant in Emergency Medicine Emergency Department
Tea and coffee break
Tuberculosis: How does it present?
Dr Ian Cropley, Consultant in Infectious Diseases and HIV
Close of meeting
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