Study Days & Events

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Boxset and Binge - Virtual Scientific Conference 2020 
You’ve heard how great the Virtual Scientific Conference was, so now watch it back, on-demand, from the comfort of your own home. We have post-event registration available for the two-day event to allow you to watch the keynotes, lectures and panel sessions from the two days, browse over 300 posters and watch over 50 oral abstract presentations. Buy access now. 

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FASSGEM Annual Conference 2020 - Virtual event
Price: £95
Programme: view the programme
Registration:
click here tobuy tickets to watch a recording of the FASSGEM 2020 conference
For more information:
please email fassgem@rcem.ac.uk

EMTA Online 2020: Vision, Equality and Training

Event summary: view the summary

Price:
RCEM Member Trainees: £65
Non Member Trainees: £85
RCEM Member Consultants or Associate Specialists: £85
Non Member Consultants or Associate Specialists: £115

Programme: view the programme
Registration: Registration will re-open week commencing 30 November if you wish to purchase access to a recording of the event plus all pre-recorded material.

Infectious diseases in the ED
Event Type:
Online
Date: Monday 30 November  
Event summary: The COVID-19 pandemic has taken over our Emergency Departments over the last 8 months. Never has it been more important to develop our understanding of infectious diseases and how to manage them. This study day will explore some of the more common emergency presentations relating to HIV, TB, malaria and other tropical diseases we are not so familiar with, as well as include a reflective discussion on the Covid response from an emergency medicine perspective and more broadly 
Price

RCEM Member: £75
Member (nurses/students): £50
Non-member: £125
Programme: view the programme
Registration: Online registration is now closed. If you would like to book, please telephone the events team on 020 3931 0700.
Further information: Pre-recorded content has now been released and delegates will receive access within 2 working days after registration. Delegates are required to watch the pre-recorded content in their own time prior to the live event on Monday 30 November (13:00 - 15:30).


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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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