Study Days & Events

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Spring CPD Conference 2021
This event is RCEM accredited for CPD
Event type: 
Live online event
Date: 
13-15 April 2021
Registration: visit the conference website  to book your place 

Environmental emergencies around the world (in collaboration with IFEM)
Event Type: Online
Date:  Thursday 22 April
Event summary: We are excited to partner with International Federation of Emergency Medicine on this event, join us for a round-the-world tour of environmental emergencies, brought to you by international speakers.
Price:
Standard: £40
LMIC attendees: £5
Check here for a list of low income countries
Check here for a list of mid-income countries
Programme: view the programme
Registration: book your place

Advanced applications of ultrasound
This event is RCEM accredited for CPD
Event type: 
Live online event
Date: 
Thursday 29 April 2021
Event summary: Ultrasound has become increasingly embedded as a vital skill for all frontline clinicians. The Covid-19 pandemic has seen a surge in ultrasound uptake amongst acute physicians across all specialities. This study day will look at more advanced applications of ultrasound within the scope of Emergency Medicine. Delivered by Emergency Medicine doctors, we will look at how ultrasound is currently being utilised on the shopfloor in the UK. We will highlight both educational aspects and insights into governance structures surrounding advanced ultrasound applications.

Price: 
RCEM Member: £75
Member (nurses/students): £50
Non-member: £125
LMIC RCEM Member: £40
LMIC RCEM Nurse/Student Member: £30
Check here for a list of low income countries
Check here for a list of mid-income countries

Programme: 
view the programme
Registration: 
book your place
Live event: Delegates will be sent joining instructions prior to the event

Paediatric pearls and pitfalls
This event is RCEM accredited for CPD
Event type: 
Live online event with pre-recorded content
Date: 
Friday 30 April 2021
Price: 
RCEM Member: £75
Member (nurses/students): £50
Non-member: £125
Programme: 
view the programme
Registration: 
book your place
Pre-recorded content: 
Pre-recorded content will be released on Thursday 1 April. Delegates are required to watch the pre-recorded content in their own time prior to the live event on Friday 30 April.
Live event: 
delegates will be sent joining instructions prior to the event

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Directions to Octavia House - 54 Ayres Street, London, SE1 1EU.
By underground t
he closest stations are London Bridge and Borough, respectively on the Northern and Jubilee line and on the Northern line.

From London Bridge: this is a ten minute walk. When leaving London Bridge Station, use the Borough High Street exit and turn left as you leave the station. Continue down Borough High Street, past Ryman and Subway. Cross the road so that you are on the same side as The Slug and Lettuce, and take the right hand turning on to Union Street. Ayres Street is the second turning on the left, and the College is about halfway down on the left. 

From Borough: 
It's approximately a five minute walk. Exit Borough station on to Borough High Street (you will see Starbucks opposite) and turn left, then left again on to Marshalsea Road. You'll pass Joe's Kitchen and Coffee House on the left, and Munchies cafe on the right. Ayres Street is the fourth turning on the right, the College is about half way down the street on the right, just past the petrol station.

By Bus: 
the following buses stop on Borough High Street: 21, 35, 40, 133, 343. Please follow the instructions above for directions to the College.

By Car: 
the closest car park is Union Car Park on Southwark Street, between Southwark Bridge Road and O'Meara Street. This is a five minute walk from Octavia House. Turn left from the car park and walk down O'Meara Street. Turn right onto Union Street and then left onto Ayres Street.

Please note that parking in the area is limited and daily tariffs can be expensive, you might prefer to use public transport.

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