8-9 June 2017
The third annual Medicine24 conference will take place during Excellence in Healthcare 2017.
Providing up to date information on the optimal management of acutely ill patients within the first 24 hours, Medicine24 was a sell out in 2015 and 2016 and early booking is recommended.
Conference delegates will:
- Learn about state of the art updates on common medical conditions
- Develop understanding of how to provide optimal care for acutely ill patients
- Discuss the most up to date evidence based treatment approaches
- Hear expert opinion on challenges in frontline care
In addition to the main session topics we will be exploring the wider aspects of Medicine in a series of ‘the bigger picture’ talks.
Medicine24 is suitable for:
- Consultant physicians
- Trainee physicians
- SAS physicians
Thursday 8 June
Plenary Session Professor David Galloway Welcome and open Professor John Meara The Triennial Lecture - Global Surgery 2030: Evidence and Solutions for Achieving Health, Welfare and Economic Development Mr Stuart Fergusson Global Citizenship in the Scottish Health Service: The Value of International Volunteering Gastroenterology Professor Loren Laine The Watson Lecture - Upper GI bleeding: initial assessment and management Professor Peter Hayes Early assessment and management of the patient with decompensated liver disease The Bigger Picture Professor Sir Eldryd Parry The Robert Hamilton Lecture
Reflections on Medical Education in Africa
Neurology Dr John Paul Leach Epilepsy and Seizures - Same Old Story or Changes Afoot? Dr Tracey Baird Help - my patient can't walk The Bigger Picture Dr Angus Ferguson Privacy in the era of big data Diabetes/Endocrinology Dr Marie Collazo-Clavell The Finlayson Lecture - The Bariatric Surgery Patient: The Physician's role in management Professor Miles Fisher New therapies in Diabetes management Dr Stephen Gallacher Vitamin D: you are my sunshine The Bigger Picture Dr Marjorie Turner Update on 21st Century forensic medicine Plenary Session Dr James Logan How “Bug Body Ready” Are You? Dr Jackie Taylor Close
Friday 9 June
Plenary Session Dr Jackie Taylor Welcome and open Cardiology Professor Marc Pfeffer The Walker Lecture - Optimal management of heart failure Professor Nicholas Mills Dealing with chest pain in the MAU Plenary Session Dr Catherine Calderwood Realising Realistic Medicine The Bigger Picture Professor Craig White Supporting Clinical Excellence in Scottish Health Care Dr David Hamilton Glasgows past contribution to medicine - a rich heritage Professor Dame Anna Dominiczak The Geoffrey Balmanno Fleming Lecture - Precision Medicine in Glasgow, Scotland and world-wide Respiratory Medicine Dr Colin Church Acute Pulmonary Embolism: Are we too scared of thrombolysis Dr David Anderson What's new in COPD? Oncology Dr Ernie Marshall The Davies Foundation Lecture - Acute Oncology Update: Progress and Challenges Professor Thompson Robinson Non VKA oral anticoagulants in the real world Infectious Diseases Mr Martin Sinclair Just Say Sepsis Dr Sharon Irvine Frontline against Ebola Plenary Session Mr Greg Trout 101 things to do when you survive
Professor David Galloway Close
Feedback from our 2016 event
It was all excellent, especially for someone working in a specialty but who needs to be able to deal with other medical emergencies in their patients
Absolutely excellent meeting thank you. I return refreshed informed and impressed by RCPSG programme organisation and delivery of such a high standard. I have already recommended the next one to colleagues!
I thought it was very put together and a good variety of specialties and topics within
Feedback from our 2015 event
"New angles on common themes"
"One of the best medical events I've attended"
"This event surpassed my expectations"
"Excellent overall programme, very good presenters and a very satisfying overall educational experience"