- Date and time Thu 6 Dec 2018 from 10:00am to 4:20pm
- Location Royal Society of Medicine
- Organised by Retired Fellows Society
This one-day symposium, held annually, will provide a series of brief reviews of clinical topics in which there have been recent advances either in pathogenesis, investigation or treatment, given by speakers who are authorities in their fields. Among the subjects to be addressed this year are falls in the elderly, advances in the understanding of neuropathic pain, surgical cures of morbid obesity, diabetes, primary care in deprived communities and we are excited to welcome Professor Mark Caulfield who will be speaking on the Human Genome Project.
The meeting is designed to deliver broad, accessible and stimulating updates on topics of key clinical importance and current interest, of direct relevance to physicians, surgeons, GPs and others involved in healthcare.