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Join us for an informative and enjoyable event relevant to senior doctors in Emergency Medicine. Social events include a trip to the local planetarium for 1 hour presentation and dinner, and Winchester cathedral and historical town tour with black-tie dinner in the Cathedral. Early booking is recommended for guaranteed accomodation. Registration is now closed but will re open on 14, 15, 16 and 17 November only for bookings onsite.

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When: November 14–17, 2017
Where: Winchester, Hampshire
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The greatest EM speakers have gathered together to give their thoughts on the state of EM to inspire us to be the best. The day will include talks on chest pain, advances in sepsis, cutting edge trauma management, how to manage the very old and the very young plus, the best papers in 1967 and 2017.

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When: November 17, 2017
Where: London
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Join us in Edinburgh for a must-attend event aimed at the Scottish EM community. The day involves talks and discussion around key policy issues and topics that affect you. In emergency medicine’s 50th year, our Patron, HRH The Princess Royal will be in attendance plus, Catherine Calderwood, Chief Medical Officer for Scotland, is starting the day with a keynote opening speech. We are delighted to have The Faculty of Advocates present two sessions for us on direct access and consent... Details
When: November 21, 2017
Where: Edinburgh, Edinburgh
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This study day aims to look at Emergency Medicine in Member Countries of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation and to share key experiences both positive and negative from UK based doctors involved in Emergency Medicine there. The day will be a great opportunity for those with an interest in these countries to find out more about what’s happening currently and also to network with other involved in similar work. For Terms & Conditions please look at the college... Details
When: December 13, 2017
Where: London
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The Clinical Studies Group is a broad-focused group of emergency medicine clinicians and researchers from across the country. The aim of the event is to facilitate networking, horizon scanning, identification of knowledge gaps, initiate collaborative projects, develop responses to new research evidence and funding calls, and influence policy.

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When: January 16, 2018
Where: London
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The aim of this study day is to bring trainees with a research interest together to improve research training within emergency medicine, enable networking and facilitate mentorship and collaboration.

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When: January 17, 2018
Where: London
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The aim of this event is to provide an overview of the principles of ambulatory care and clinical conditions that lend themselves to ambulation from the Emergency Department. After the event the attendee will have a framework to enable them to develop ambulatory care services from their department with some examples of best practice and clinical updates.

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When: January 30, 2018
Where: London
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This event will allow delegates to gain a better understanding of the role of Public Health in Emergency Care, appreciate how local community factors can influence emergency department service development, integration and delivery, and allow them to begin a process of practical reflection and participation in emergency department based activities relevant to emergency medicine and public health.

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When: February 27, 2018
Where: London
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This event will allow delegates to understand the special needs of frail older people and to tailor departmental responses to improve outcomes in the emergency department.

Key topics covered in the day include:
- Who are frail older people
- How to assess frail older people
- How to manage common frailty syndromes: falls and injuries, delirium, end of life care and polypharmacy

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When: March 1, 2018
Where: London
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The aim of this event is to consider emergency medicine outcomes measurement and how this can be improved using the Emergency Care Data Set. The learning objectives are to describe current outcome measures in emergency medicine, and investigate how they have influenced emergency care and to describe the principles of value-based healthcare, and the particular challenges in implementing this in Emergency / Acute healthcare.

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When: March 6, 2018
Where: London
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This is a biannual event which would benefit those who intend, or are in the process of, submitting a CESR application in Emergency Medicine for entry to the Specialist Register. The programme will include an overview of the CESR process, guidance on what evidence to submit, tips from those who have submitted successful CESR applications, a practical exercise discussing evidence from a real application, and a Q&A session.

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When: March 9, 2018
Where: London
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The aim of this event is to promote good management of vulnerable patients. It will allow delegates to increase their legal knowledge and safeguarding expertise, understand new approaches to medically unexplained symptoms and consider new services in terms of alcohol liaison, IDVA and psychology ref for MUS.

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When: March 14, 2018
Where: London
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This event will increase delegates' awareness of adolescent health issues in the Emergency Department environment.

The learning objectives are to:
- Define the key themes in acute adolescent medicine
- Describe treatment options for acute mental and sexual health conditions
- Review current approaches to safeguarding
- Explore communication approaches
- Review consent and capacity

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When: March 21, 2018
Where: London
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Join The Royal College of Emergency Medicine (RCEM) in Cardiff for their Spring CPD conference 2018. This key conference covers a number of themes including frailty, trauma, ethics and legal issues, paediatric emergency medicine and much more. In addition to all this, relax and unwind with your peers at our complimentary drinks reception at the end of day 1 and don't forget to book your place at the inaugural conference dinner on day 2.

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When: April 17–19, 2018
Where: Cardiff
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Join The Royal College of Emergency Medicine (RCEM) in Cardiff for their Spring CPD conference 2018. This key conference covers a number of themes including frailty, trauma, ethics and legal issues, paediatric emergency medicine and much more. In addition to all this, relax and unwind with your peers at our complimentary drinks reception at the end of day 1 and don't forget to book your place at the inaugural conference dinner on day 2.

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When: April 17–19, 2018
Where: Cardiff