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ROYAL
COLLEGE of
PHYSICIANS of
EDINBURGH
2016-2017
Education & Events
Programme
Sym
4
Symposia
Sym®
Regional
Symposia
6
EMU
Evening
Medical
Updates
8
C&W
Courses &
Workshops
11
SF
Senior
Fellows
Club Events
We are committed to
delivering a lifetime’s
worth of training,
education and inspiration.
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2016-2017
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Welcome
At the Royal College of Physicians of
Edinburgh our up-to-date and innovative
education programme will support you
throughout your professional career.
Continuing professional development
(CPD) for physicians comes in many
forms. You can attend events at the
College to access our world-renowned
education programme or watch many
of them live through our webstreaming
service to almost 70 sites around the
world.
Online Education
Whatever stage you are at in your career, we can help you to increase your medical
specialty knowledge, keep up to date and gain CPD points by completing our
interactive specialty modules. Approximately 10 modules are available at any time.
And try our challenging cases!
Missed a live event or want to watch again?
Over 350 lectures from our Symposia, Evening Medical Updates and professional
update events are available to watch when it suits you.
The Education Portal also has related content from the Journal and selfassessment and completion certificates for personal CPD.
We also offer a flexible distance
learning environment with interactive
modules, challenging cases and
archived lectures through our
Education Portal.
Education is at the heart of what we
do and we are committed to ensuring
you can access it wherever you are and
whenever you need it.
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We look forward to welcoming you to
the College.
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learning.rcpe.ac.uk
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Dr Conor Maguire
Director of Education
The Education Portal is free for all our Fellows and Members. Joining the College
is free for medical students or doctors in their first two years of work post-medical
school. Fellows and members of other Colleges can join as Associates for just
£60 for the first year.
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Our programme of symposia covers
general and acute medical specialties,
with an emphasis on practical clinical
issues. The core clinical programme is
complemented by symposia focusing
on policy issues and areas of change
or controversy.
Symposia
2017
February
Fri 3
Medical Trainees Conference:
Newcastle upon Tyne
#rcpeGenMed17
March
Thurs 9
Respiratory Medicine
#rcpeResp17
Weds 15
Complications in the care of older people
and how to avoid them
#rcpeCoE17
Thurs 30
Public Health
#rcpePH17
Renal Medicine
#rcpeRenal17
Infectious Diseases
#rcpeID17
Recently Appointed Consultants Symposium
#rcpeSolutions
Weds 13
Rheumatology
#rcpeRheum17
Thurs 21
– Fri 22
Parkinson’s 200
April
Thurs 27
June
Fri 16
Weds 21
“A great
combination
of science
and clinical
information”
September
October
Thurs 5
Thurs 26
Weds 15
Fri 17
2016
October
Neurology
#rcpeNeuro16
Diabetes & Endocrinology
…Two sides of the same coin
#rcpeDiabetes16
Weds 9
Cardiology
#rcpeCardio16
Sat 12
Medical Careers Symposium
#rcpeCareers16
Gastroenterology
#rcpeGastro16
56th St Andrew’s Day Festival Symposium:
Updates in Acute Medicine
#rcpeStAs16
Weds 26
November
Fri 18
Thurs 24
– Fri 25
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#rcpeDiabetes17
#rcpeNeuro17
Cardiology
#rcpeCardio17
Gastroenterology
#rcpeGastro17
November
Weds 1
Weds 5
Diabetes & Endocrinology
Neurology
Thurs 30
– Fri 1 Dec
Joint Symposium
with the Scottish Paediatric Society
57th St Andrew’s Day Festival Symposium:
Updates in Acute Medicine
#rcpeStAs17
Remember – Our symposia are webstreamed live to sites worldwide for our
international Fellows and their colleagues.
Missed an event? You can catch up on our Education Portal after the event.
There is no charge for hosting or attending symposia at linked sites and CPD
certificates are issued after each event. Delegates take part using the hashtag on
Twitter and messages on Facebook. For more information visit our website:
events.rcpe.ac.uk or email [email protected]
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We are proud to organise regional
symposia throughout the UK. These
symposia are led by our Regional
Advisers and Fellows and Members.
The symposium programmes cover
a wide range of topics in acute and
general medicine, as well as updates on
hot topics and the medical specialties.
Sym®
Regional
Symposia
Fri 2 September 2016
Weds 2 November 2016
Fri 2 December 2016
Weds 8 February 2017
Weds 1 March 2017
Weds 29 March 2017
Weds 3 May 2017
Weds 17 May 2017
Thurs 6 July 2017
For more details or to book, visit:
events.rcpe.ac.uk
Regional Symposium: Yorkshire
#rcpeYorks16
Regional Symposium: Preston
#rcpePrest16
Regional Symposium: Cardiff
#rcpeCardiff16
Regional Symposium: Dundee
#rcpeDde17
Regional Symposium: Ayr
#rcpeAyr17
Regional Symposium: Aberdeen
#rcpeAbdn17
Regional Symposium: Birmingham
#rcpeBirm17
Regional Symposium: Northern Ireland
#rcpeNI17
Regional Symposium: Stockton
#rcpeStock17
All grades of medical, nursing, scientific, and allied health professional staff and
medical students are welcome, and you don’t need to be a College Fellow or
Member to attend (but we’re sure you’ll want to join us after the event)!
This is also an opportunity to hear about the key issues in medicine from
Professor Derek Bell, President of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh.
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“Excellent symposium,
really knowledgeable
speakers.”
EMU
Evening
Medical
Updates
Organised by our Trainees and
Members’ Committee and free to
attend, the 2016–2017 Evening
Medical Update (EMU) programme
follows the ‘Top Medical Presentations’
and ‘Emergency Presentations’
as defined in the General Internal
Medicine (GIM) training curriculum.
The 26 topics are covered in a rolling
programme, with monthly updates
between September and June. These
updates are aimed at trainees but they
are open to all hospital doctors, GPs,
healthcare professionals and medical
students at any stage of their career
with an interest in the topic.
Video links and live webstreams
Updates are held at the College and are transmitted live to more than 100 sites
throughout the UK and internationally. Please contact your Postgraduate Office or
email Felicity Garvie ([email protected]) for further information. New sites are
often added, so check our website for up-to-date information.
Would you like to set up a group to link into these updates from your hospital?
If there is no webstream or video link site near you, we can support you in doing
this. Contact Josiane Kirk ([email protected]) for assistance.
All EMUs begin at 6.30 pm and end at approximately 8.15 pm.
Tues 27 September 2016
Tues 25 October 2016
Anaphylaxis
Tues 22 November 2016
Abdominal pain
Tues 13 December 2016
Palliative & end of life care
Tues 24 January 2017
Poisoning
Tues 21 February 2017
Back pain
Tues 28 March 2017
“Thank you very much for the
webcast which is very useful in
our regions to get familiar with
new concepts and achievements
in today’s medicine” – Sri Lanka
The shocked patient
Cough
Tues 25 April 2017
Rash
Tues 30 May 2017
The swollen limb
Tues 27 June 2017
Weakness & paralysis
Tues 26 September 2017
Topic TBA
Tues 24 October 2017
Topic TBA
Tues 21 November 2017
Topic TBA
Tues 12 December 2017
Topic TBA
Watch again
If you missed the live webstream or want
to watch again, all EMU talks are available
on our Education Portal.
More
Information
EMUs are free to attend – at
the College or our link sites.
#rcpeEMU
Remember – Our symposia are webstreamed live to sites worldwide for our
international Fellows and their colleagues.
Missed an event? You can catch up on our Education Portal after the event.
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To book online visit:
events.rcpe.ac.uk
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Evening Meetings
Following the same format as the Evening Medical Updates, additional evening
events are provided for new doctors, those preparing for PACES exams, SAS
doctors and recently appointed consultants.
Tues 29 November 2016
Tues 25 July 2017
Tues 7 November 2017
C&W
We run a number of courses in
Edinburgh, with more in development.
Please visit our website for up-to-date
information on all our courses:
events.rcpe.ac.uk
Recently Appointed Consultants Evening Meeting
Top Tips on Life as an FY1
Recently Appointed Consultants Evening Meeting
Courses &
Workshops
We also organise PACES Preparation Evenings. Please see our website for the
latest dates.
MSc Internal Medicine
We run a joint MSc with the University of Edinburgh, which is an online, distance
learning course delivered over three years. Primarily for doctors early in their
careers, the curriculum complements the syllabus for MRCP(UK), with additional
modules to advance patient management, to give practical experience in literature
review, and to prepare for future audit, research and publication.
The college offers a number of full or partial scholarships for the MSc each year.
Visit our website for details.
Research – an Introduction for Trainee Physicians
This is a course for early-years medical trainees, particularly CMT2 and ST3, that
will equip you with knowledge of how the research process works from initial study
conception, through funding, conduct, analysis and dissemination of the results.
Whether you are thinking of embarking on research or want to gain the essential
competencies for accreditation, this course will show you how you can engage with
research. Trainees with recent research experience will share their stories of what
it is like to make the jump from clinical work to the research arena.
Thurs 27 & Fri 28 Oct 2016 | Weds 11 & Thurs 12 Oct 2017 |
#rcpeResearch
Non-Invasive Ventilation/Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (NIV/OSA) Course
This two-day course is primarily for respiratory consultants, physiologists, senior
trainees and any physician with an interest in NIV/OSA and provides an update on
current hot topics and controversies.
Mon 5–Tues 6 June 2017 |
#rcpeNIV17
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21st Advanced Course in Gastroenterology and Hepatology
This well-established course is aimed at senior medical, nursing, scientific and
allied health professional staff in gastroenterology and hepatology, and features a
day focusing on each. Delegates may attend for one or both days.
Thurs 19–Fri 20 January 2017 |
#rcpeGIHep17
Edinburgh International Course in Medicine of the Older Adult
This popular course, run annually by RCPE, is designed to update experienced
physicians, consultants and senior trainees in elderly medicine from across the
world about developing areas in the specialty. Each of the five days has its own
topic and there is an attractive social programme incorporating a medical history
tour of Edinburgh. Feedback is consistently excellent.
Mon 22–Fri 26 May 2017 |
#rcpeOlder17
Edinburgh Oncology Course
This course is designed for trainees in clinical oncology at the start of their
preparation for the FRCR exam part 2 and trainees in medical oncology at the start
of their preparation for MRCP(UK) Specialty Certificate Examination in Medical
Oncology. Specialty doctors and specialist nurses find the course very useful, as
do consultants looking for a refresher. The programme includes lectures, MDM
discussions and clinical case scenarios and consistently receives excellent
feedback from delegates.
Mon 20–Fri 24 March 2017 |
#rcpeOnc17
Mentor training workshops
We organise workshops for small groups of mentors taking part in our Mentoring
Scheme for recently appointed consultants. More details can be found on our
website: rcpe.ac.uk/careers-training/mentoring-scheme
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“Very well organised and
executed event.
Thoroughly enjoyable with
very knowledgeable and in
touch presenters.”
Support & Development
Careers support
Preparing for MRCP(UK)?
You’ll find the EMUs very useful – if you can’t attend the evening sessions you
can search the Education Portal for topics of interest. You’ll also find the specialty
modules and MCQs throughout the portal useful.
The Trainees & Members’ Committee aims to support students, trainees and SAS
doctors in their career development. The following free events are open to all.
To support you in preparation for PACES, we run a two-day preparation course in
Edinburgh in partnership with NHS Lothian Clinical Skills & Assessment Centre, on
which our Fellows teach. Visit our website for further details.
Medical Careers Symposium
We also organise free-to-attend, PACES Preparation Evenings. Please see our
website for details.
This annual one-day symposium is for medical students, foundation doctors and
ST1/2 doctors, and is held at the College in Edinburgh. Designed to help you
choose the right career, topics include what is involved in the application and
training process, a guide to postgraduate exams and alternative career pathways,
an insight into workforce planning and top tips for finals and FY1. The event ends
with the chance to meet the speakers over drinks.
For more information, contact Orela Deane: [email protected]
Sat 12 November 2016
Top Tips on Life as an FY1
This evening event takes place at the College in Edinburgh and is live linked to
over 50 hospitals across the UK. Timed for trainee doctors about to experience
their first hospital shift, it consists of three 30-minute presentations with time for
questions at the end of each talk. You can also ask questions via Twitter.
For more information, contact Felicity Garvie: [email protected]
Tues 25 July 2017 |
#rcpeTips
Twitter chat on tips for new doctors
Join our Twitter chat hour where our trainees offer useful advice and answers to
your burning questions, such as ‘How do I prioritise tasks?’, ‘What to do with a
sick patient?’, ‘Who do I ask for guidance?’ and more.
Thurs 27 July 2017 | Join the conversation using
#rcpeTips
Support for recently appointed consultants
Our Recently Appointed Consultants (RAC) Committee seeks to ensure that the
College provides appropriate, practical support to those in their first 10 years as a
consultant.
For 2016–2017 there are various activities and events organised by the RAC
Committee, including an evening meeting on Tues 29 November 2016 and an
annual symposium on Weds 21 June 2017.
Support for continuing professional development (CPD)
We run the CPD Diary primarily for physicians in the UK, in conjunction with RCP
London and RCPS Glasgow. The diary can help you maintain a personal and
validated record of your CPD activities on an annual basis. Over 20,000 doctors
use the CPD Diary and have access to this unique resource of approved CPD
activities. It is accessible for international Fellows too. See our website for details.
We also approve events and distance learning modules for CPD purposes. These
approved events, including those run by each of the three Colleges of Physicians,
appear on the Federation’s online database, which is available through the CPD Diary.
College online medical careers resource
The College Trainees and Members’ Committee has published a series of
personal perspectives from doctors who have gone through training in the medical
specialties. This resource is updated frequently as we aim to cover all medical
specialties and subspecialties.
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SF
Organised by our Senior Fellows Club,
and open to all Fellows and Members
and any interested staff, the 2016–
2017 programme includes lectures,
exhibitions and outings. For more
information, please visit our website.
Senior Fellows
Club Events
Monday 10 October 2016
Monday 9 January 2017
Monday 24 April 2017
Scottish Literature and Medicine
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
Conservation projects at the Royal
Botanic Gardens
The Last Doctors in Opera
Professor Sir Kenneth C Calman KCB
Chancellor of the University of Glasgow
Dr Heather McHaffie MBE
Research Associate
Monday 7 November 2016
Scrutinising Scotland’s Financial
Health: The Work of Audit
Scotland
Ms Caroline Gardner
Auditor General and Accountable
Officer, Scotland
Monday 6 February 2017
Getting High: A World at My Feet
James Ogilvie
Mountaineer and Chartered
Forester
Monday 6 March 2017
Monday 5 December 2016
Guest Lunch
Military Service and Health:
the Scottish Veterans Health Study
Arts, Crafts & Collectors Exhibition
Dr Beverly P Bergman PhD FRCP Edin
Institute of Health & Wellbeing
University of Glasgow
Former British Army Officer/Senior
Military Doctor
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Post Lunch Musical Entertainment
Monday 3 April 2017
Dynamic Earth: James Hutton and
Scotland’s Inspirational Landscape
Dr J Ian S Robertson MD, FRCPLond,
FRSE
Formerly Consultant Physician
MRC BP Unit, Western Infirmary,
Glasgow/Visiting Professor of Medicine,
Prince of Wales Hospital, CUHK
Monday 22 May 2017
Joint Meeting with Surgical Colleagues
at RCSEd
Protecting the Clean Athlete
Sir Craig Reedie CBE
Former Chairman of the BOA
President of the World Anti-Doping
Agency
Dr Hermione Cockburn PhD
Scientific Director
Dynamic Earth Enterprises Ltd
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Public Lectures
More
Information
College Heritage Events 2016-2017
To book online visit:
rcpe.ac.uk/heritage/
history-events
We hope that many interest groups will be catered for with this season’s varied
heritage public programme. We are delighted to be working with other institutions
on events ranging from medical art to fashionable diseases and botany.
@RCPEHeritage
This is the eighteenth year of the Edinburgh History of Medicine Group, our
long- standing collaboration with the University of Edinburgh. Each of the history
seminars is delivered by a specialist in their field, delving into different aspects of
the last two thousand years of medical history. The EHMG seminars are free, but
we ask that attendees book their place online.
Art and Beauty in Medicine
Weds 5 October 2016
6.00 pm
£8/£6
Kenneth Murray, Hepatitis B, and Biotechnology in Edinburgh
Weds 25 January 2017
4.30 pm
Free
The Skin of the Clinic, or, The Strange History of Medical Plastics
The Sick Rose, or, Disease and the Art of Medical Illustration
Weds 15 February 2017
4.30 pm
Free
Weds 12 October 2016
4.30 pm
Free
Celebrating Edinburgh’s Historical Gardens (collaboration with
Botanic Gardens and Queens’ Gallery)
Sat 12 November 2016 | 9:30 am to 3:30 pm
£50/£45
To Comfort Always: Palliative Medicine
Weds 23 November 2016
6.00 pm
Free
Gendering Artificial Anatomies: Practices and Materials
Weds 8 March 2017
4.30 pm
Free
Fashionable Diseases: Corsets, Consumption and Gout
Thurs 6 & Sat 8 April 2017
6.30 pm (on 6th) and 2.30 pm (on 8th)
£8/£6
Medical Tourism in Victorian Edinburgh
Weds 7 December 2016
4.30 pm
Free
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Events Calendar
September
27
Evening Medical Update:
The Shocked Patient
EMU
October
05 Symposium: Neurology
Medical Update:
25 Evening
Anaphylaxis
26 Symposium:
Diabetes & Endocrinology
27- Research:
An Introduction
for Trainee Physicians
28
Sym
EMU
Sym
C&W
November
02
09
12
18
22
Regional Symposium: Preston
Symposium: Cardiology
Medical Careers Symposium
Symposium: Gastroenterology
Evening Medical Update:
Abdominal pain
Sym®
Sym
Sym
Sym
EMU
2016-
November (cont.)
24- 56th
St Andrew's Day Festival
Symposium
25
Appointed Consultants:
29 Recently
Evening Meeting
Sym
December
02
13
Regional Symposium: Cardiff
Evening Medical Update:
Palliative & end of life care
Sym®
EMU
January 2017
19- 21st
Advanced Course in
Gastroenterology and Hepatology
20
23- PACES Preparatory Course
25
Medical Update:
24 Evening
Poisoning
C&W
EMU
February
03
08
21
Medical Trainees Conference
Regional Symposium: Dundee
Evening Medical Update:
Back pain
Sym
Sym®
EMU
2016-
March 2017
01 Regional Symposium: Ayr
09 Symposium: Respiratory Medicine
Symposium:
in the care of older
15 Complications
people and how to avoid them
20- Edinburgh Oncology Course
24
Medical Update:
28 Evening
Cough
29 Regional Symposium: Aberdeen
30 Symposium: Public Health
Sym®
Sym
Sym
C&W
EMU
Sym®
Sym
April
25
27
Evening Medical Update:
Rash
Symposium: Renal Medicine
EMU
Sym
May
03 Regional Symposium: Birmingham
Symposium: Northern
17 Regional
Ireland
22- International
Course in Medicine of
the Older Adult
26
Medical Update:
30 Evening
The Swollen Limb
Sym®
Sym®
C&W
EMU
-2017
June
05- Non-Invasive
Ventilation/Obstructive
Sleep Apnoea (NIV/OSA) Course
06
C&W
June (cont.)
16
21
27
Symposium: Infectious Diseases
Sym
Recently Appointed Consultants:
Symposium
Sym
Evening Medical Update:
Weakness & paralysis
EMU
July
06
25
27
Regional Symposium: Stockton
Top Tips on Life as an FY1
Sym®
EMU
Twitter chat on tips for new doctors
September
13 Symposium: Rheumatology
21- Symposium: Parkinson’s 200
22
25- PACES Preparatory Course
27
26 Evening Medical Update
Sym
Sym
EMU
2017
October
05
11- Research:
An Introduction
for Trainee Physicians
12
24 Evening Medical Update
26 Symposium: Neurology
Symposium:
Diabetes & Endocrinology
Sym
C&W
EMU
Sym
November
01 Symposium: Cardiology
15 Symposium: Gastroenterology
Symposium
17 Joint
with the Scottish Paediatric Society
21 Evening Medical Update
St Andrew’s Day Festival
30- 57th
Symposium:
01 Updates in Acute Medicine
TBA
Sym
Sym
Sym
EMU
Sym
Recently Appointed Consultants:
Evening Meeting
All information correct at time of going to
print but may be subject to change. Additional
events and courses may be added.
For latest programme information, prices and
to book online visit: events.rcpe.ac.uk
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