Save the Date 5-6 October 2021, London- Society for Acute Medicine’s 15th International Conference

Save the Date! Society for Acute Medicine’s 15th International Conference 5-6 October 2021, QE11 London The 15th annual international conference takes place on the 5-6 October 2021. Our hope is that this will be a hybrid conference at the QEII London, with both in-person and virtual attendance possible. The Scientific Programme Committee are working to…

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SAM Call For Applicants

SAM ELECTIONS 2022 REMINDER – CALL FOR APPLICANTS   27th June 2022 Dear SAM member, *This is a reminder that the deadline for applications is Monday 4th July 2022. Please submit your application (details below) to administrator@acutemedicine.org.uk* In accordance with the Society’s Articles of Association the following posts are now up for election. Please click on the links below to view…

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Research Study: Call for Volunteers

Dear Colleague, We are seeking volunteers to participate in a qualitative research project exploring clinical decision making by acute medicine consultants and acute internal medicine registrars. The project has received ethical approval. Interested colleagues will be provided with a study information sheet and those wishing to participate will be asked to provide written consent. Participants…

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SAMBA 2022 – Bookings open!

Join us for the Society for Acute Medicine Benchmarking Audit 2022 on 23rd June 2022. SAMBA22 will collect information on unit structures, as well as helping us understand more about your acute medicine workforce. All users will need to re-register for SAMBA22 by completing the form. Your contact details will only be used to contact…

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‘Pressures are at unsustainable levels’ says SAM president

Commenting on the release today of the latest NHS performance data, which shows the highest recorded number of 12-hour waits in emergency departments and a record low of 71.6 per cent of patients seen within four hours, Dr Tim Cooksley, president of the Society for Acute Medicine (SAM), said: “The troubling situation we are seeing…

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