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Press notes: 27 June

Coming up week commencing 27 June 2022

Wednesday 29 June: webinar 9.20am to 4.20pm

The understanding of syncope, or temporary loss of consciousness, is the topic of this webinar for cardiology trainees. It will cover epilepsy, sleep disorders, falls in elderly patients, current DVLA guidance, the use of implantable loop recorders and the detection of atrial fibrillation.

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Thursday 30 June and Friday 1 July: in person 8.45am to 5.00pm

This two-day inter-disciplinary conference will present lectures from radiologists and clinicians on head and neck imaging. The aim is to promote a shared understanding of current and emerging diagnostic techniques among surgeons, radiographers, nurses and medical students.

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Friday 1 July: livestream 9.00am to 5.00pm

How can we help patients prior to surgery to ensure a less painful postoperative journey? During this livestreamed event, a multidisciplinary panel of speakers will review the evidence and discuss whether changes to diet, sleep, exercise regimen and pain medication, together with psychological preparation and the management of expectations, can promote better outcomes.

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Other news

Professor Yvonne Doyle, NHS Medical Director for Public Health, will join Professor Gillian Leng CBE on Wednesday 29 June at 7pm for a conversation about her role in leading the public health national function within the NHS. Professor Doyle has worked for over 30 years in senior roles in the NHS and the UK Department of Health, and in the academic and independent sectors.

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Notes for editors

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

The Royal Society of Medicine¬†(RSM) is a registered charity and membership organisation. ‚ÄčOur vision is better healthcare for better lives. By sharing learning and supporting innovation our goal is to be the leading provider of continuing learning to healthcare professionals.

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.

We are home to one of the finest physical and digital medical libraries in the world. Our learning resources span a wide collection of books, journals, electronic journals and online medical databases.

We connect those involved in and interested in healthcare and, by leveraging expertise from across the RSM, we support, help and inspire the innovators developing the medical products and services of tomorrow.

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