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Press notes: 25 April

Tuesday 26 April: webinar 4.30pm to 6.00pm

The first of three webinars providing learning on the epidemiology, clinical care, novel therapeutics and biomarkers in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and diabetes, including the importance of a multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of NAFLD and diabetes.

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Wednesday 27 April: webinar 2.00pm to 5.00pm

A webinar hosted by the RSM Cardiology Section to provide training on adult congenital heart disease. Fontan circulation is a life-long heart condition and this session will address specific aspects of managing patients, including appropriate assessment, management and specialist liaison.

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Thursday 28 April: webinar 1.00pm to 5.00pm

The latest ideas and updates in LGBTQ+ health, mental health, and stress factors across the lifespan will be discussed at this webinar. An international perspective will include an exploration of LGBTQ+ online help in Africa.

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Other news

On Wednesday 27 April at 7.00pm Dr Ben Goldacre, academic, writer and broadcaster, will join Professor Sir Simon Wessely, Immediate Past President of the Royal Society of Medicine, for a conversation about OpenSAFELY, the open-source software platform for analysis of electronic health records data, England’s variation in prescribing behaviour across the NHS, and outcome switching in clinical trials and the serious problem this poses.

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Notes to editors

Follow this link for more information about the full programme of education at the RSM.

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We deliver multidisciplinary, specialist and general education, as well as professional development, drawing on the support of leading experts in over 50 specialist areas of medicine.

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