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The First Critical Hours

Focusing on the management of patients presenting to the Emergency Department
This well-known course is organised by Infomed Research and Training, on Tuesday 24 and Wednesday 25 January 2017, at the Park Plaza County Hall, 1 Addington Street, London SE1 7RY

Map to Venue

 

 Course fee:

Early bird rates
(if booking and paying on or before Fri 14 Oct)
Standard rates
(if booking and paying
after Fri 14 Oct)
Doctors in Training £445 (inc. 20% VAT) £485 (inc. 20% VAT)
Consultants & SASGs £495 (inc. 20% VAT) £535 (inc. 20% VAT)

Further discount available when booking the Resuscitation Symposium
on Thu 26 Jan 2017 too (please refer to the coupon codes below):

Fee for both
courses

Early bird rates
(if booking and paying on or
before Fri 14 Oct)
Standard rates
(if booking and paying
after Fri 14 Oct)
Doctors in Training
Coupon: ditfchrs
£595 (inc. 20% VAT) £690 (inc. 20% VAT)
Consultants & SASGs
Coupon : fchrs
£695 (inc. 20% VAT) £775 (inc. 20% VAT)

Full course programme

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Target audience:

Aimed at Consultants, Registrars and Middle Grades in Emergency Medicine and Acute Medicine and Specialist Physicians with an Acute Medical ‘take’.

About the course:

  • Lectures and clinical case scenarios, including new lectures
  • Practical focus on the most difficult aspects of Emergency, Acute and General Medicine in the first critical hours.
  • A Faculty of leading specialists in their fields, from different hospitals in the UK, who can pass their expert knowledge to front-line clinicians.
  • Each lecture is followed by discussion of practical clinical case scenarios.
  • Contributes to developing effective team management for doctors from a variety of backgrounds who are actively delivering emergency and acute care.

Faculty of Experts including:

  • Dr Craig Ferguson, Consultant in Emergency Medicine, Manchester Royal Infirmary
  • Dr Bill Coode, Consultant in Emergency Medicine, Barts Health NHS Trust, London
  • Dr Matthew Ginks, Consultant Cardiologist, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford
  • Dr Johann Grundlingh, Consultant in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care, Barts Health NHS Trust, London
  • Dr Colm McCabe, Respiratory Physician, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
  • Dr Dulka Manawadu, Stroke and General Medical Consultant, King’s College Hospital, London
  • Dr Elizabeth Dick, Consultant Radiologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
  • Dr Giles Elrington, Consultant Neurologist, Barts Health NHS Trust, London

What past attendees have said:

  • Well organised, excellent lectures.
  • Quality speakers, excellent talks, friendly Q&A/discussion.
  • Relevant clinical material, interactive.
  • Great lectures, great venue, length of day just right.
  • Definitely worth coming – practical approach, clinical focus on difficult aspects.
  • Good relevant topics, very interactive – evidence based medicine.
  • Presentations excellent – thought provoking.
  • Excellent day, all topics relevant and focused.
  • Practical topics (wide range) and enthusiastic lecturers.
  • Excellent, practical, well covered subjects – opportunity to ask the questions, stimulating subjet