Free : Core Skills in Urology Course on the 7th July 2017.

Dear Trainee, 
This is a free national one day course which will be run in Cheltenham on the 7th July 2017 09:00 to 15:00. 

The course has a few spaces left and we would need a response by 3rd July at the latest.

Medical Emergencies Course for Trainee Doctors Date : Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th October 2017

Medical Emergencies Course for Trainee Doctors

Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th October 2017

The UCH Education Centre, 250 Euston Road, London NW1 2PG

Registration Fee: £295 (includes a USB memory stick of speaker presentations and a copy of the Oxford Handbook of Critical Care)

CPD approved course

Geriatrics for Juniors Conference Newcastle 4 Nov 2017

Dear Trainee,

Every year, the Association for Elderly Medicine Education (AEME) runs a 1 day national conference aimed at Foundation and CMT doctors, on all aspects of up-to-date care within Geriatric Medicine. 

The date is 04 Novemeber 2017
Venue Hilton Newcastle Gatehead
Registration is £50.00

Places are limited to 200 and fill up quickly

Please see attached poster for further information and booking detai

 Thanks and best wishes

Dr Vicky Gibson 

ST5 Geriatric Medicine/GIM Northern

AEME secretary

For current F1 Trainees : We are looking to recruit teachers to run the ATSP scheme in YOUR trust.

Dear all  current F1 Trainees,

We are looking to recruit teachers to run the ATSP scheme in YOUR trust.

Please sign up to ONE of the following half-day teacher training events to prepare you to deliver the ATSP teaching programme at your hospital:

Monday 26th June 2017 OR Wednesday 28th June 2017

"Why asthma kills" updated link

Further to the recent email about the report “Why asthma still kills” that was circulated recently. It was found that the link in the letter was not working correctly therefore please find an updated link for the report which can be found on the Royal College of Physicians website:

It is requested that all trainees should take some time to read through the report and make themselves familiar with the recommendations.

Postgraduate Neuroanatomy Competition on 02 Sept 2017 at University Hospital Southampton

Dear Trainee, 

Postgraduate Neuroanatomy Competition

A neuroanatomy competition is being held on 2nd September 2017 at the University Hospital Southampton. This will involve a anatomy spotter, neuroimaging spotter, clinically-orientated MCQ and an afternoon workshop.

This is open to all F1, F2 and F3 doctors. Certificates and CPD points will be awarded. 

 See our website for more details 

Event in London on Post ICML Lugano Lymphoma Highlights 2017

Please see the attached poster, for the full deatils of the POST ICML Lugano Lymphoma Highlights 2017 

The event is on Thursday 6th July 2017 at Brunei Gallery, School of Oriental and African Studies, London, WC1H 0XG.

The event starts at 09:30 and the event Closes of main meeting at 17:45. 

Registration Fee: Early bird Trainees £60.00 (includes VAT) After the 1st of June Trainees £72.00

To register via Hartley Taylor on-line at 

Workshops and lectures in Current Perspectives in Haematological Malignancies - London event

Please see the attached poster, for the full deatils of the Hamematological Malignancies Programme. 

The event is on Wednesday 5th July 2017 at Brunei Gallery, School of Oriental and African Studies, London, WC1H 0XG.

Registration is at 10:30 and the event Closes at 17:30. 

Registration Fee: Trainees & Nurses £60.00 (includes VAT)

To register go to or Contact Aimee on 01565 621967 

A practical Introductory course in Anaesthesia. Sunday 23rd July 2017 at UCL Hospital

Please see the attached flyer, for full details regarding the UCLH introductory course.

Date : Sunday 23rd July 2017 08:30 to 17:15

Venue: The UCLH Education Centre, 1st Floor West, 250 Euston Road, London, NW1 2PG.

Fee and Registration: £110 per candidate (includes meals and refreshments).  Please register via the link in the attachement. 



Medical Women's Federation (MWF) Centenary celebrations 9th - 13th May 2017 - information attached

  • The Medical Women's Federation was founded in 1917 and is today the largest and most influential body of women doctors in the UK. Our aims are to advance the personal and professional development of women in medicine, to change discriminatory attitudes and practices and to work on behalf of women patients and their families. Membership for foundation doctors is only £30 per annum.
  • MWF Centenary Celebrations 9th-May 13th 2017: Our Centenary Celebrations, '100 Years of Medical Women: T
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