About this event

  • Date and time Wed 17 Oct 2018 from 5:30pm to 8:00pm
  • Location Royal Society of Medicine
  • Organised by Respiratory Medicine

This meeting provides an insight into respiratory medicine for students and junior trainees who are interested in pursuing it as a career. It is also relevant for senior trainees who are looking to sub-specialise and need advice on tailoring their CV.

The event will feature a number workshops which attendees will rotate through every 30 minutes, one of which has a unique practical station. Don't miss this opportunity to practise bronchoscopy on a dummy, kindly provided by Aquilant Services.

Delegates will be divided into groups with colleagues at at a similar level of training. This format will enable more interaction and discussion giving delegates the opportunity to ask questions. Following this, the drinks reception will provide a valuable opportunity to mingle with trainees and speakers.

topics covered

  • Why you should choose a career in respiratory medicine (if you haven’t already!).
  • The various sub-specialities and the opportunities available in respiratory medicine.
  • The training pathway and how to tailor your CV to secure the job you want.

key speakers

Dr. Onn Min Kon – Lead Clinician for the TB service at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

Dr. Jeremy Brown – Senior Lecturer at UCL with an interest in respiratory infection

Dr. James Goldring -  Lead for pleural disease, EBUS, undergraduate education and clinical governance

Dr. Rachel Davies - Consultant Respiratory Physician, National Pulmonary Hypertension Servic

Key speakers

Dr. Onn Min Kon

Lead Clinician for the TB service at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

Dr. Jeremy Brown

Senior Lecturer at UCL with an interest in respiratory infection

Dr. James Goldring

Lead for pleural disease, EBUS, undergraduate education and clinical governance

Dr. Rachel Davies

Consultant Respiratory Physician, National Pulmonary Hypertension Service

Agenda

View the programme

Registration, tea and coffee
Rotation of workshops
Airway Disease: Prospects for personalised medicine

Professor Trevor Hansel, Medical Director of the Imperial Clinical Respiratory Research Unit

TB & Infectious Disease

Professor Onn Min Kon, Lead Clinician for the TB service at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Why to chose a career in Respiratory Medicine & Academia in Respiratory Medicine

Professor Jeremy Brown, Lead Clinician for the TB service at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Practical bronchoscopy session with a standard bronchoscope (EB-530S model)

Dr. James Goldring, Lead for pleural disease, EBUS, Undergraduate education and clinical governance

Pulmonary Hypertension

Dr. Rachel Davies, Consultant Respiratory Physician, National Pulmonary Hypertension Service

Update on Lung Cancer

Dr. William Ricketts, Consultant in Respiratory Medicine, Barts Health

Close of meeting and online evaluations
Drinks reception

Location

Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, London, W1G 0AE, United Kingdom