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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draw your attention to this important opportunity to support care improvement in Medical Care. The CQC are appointing a National Advisor for Medicine.  This is a two day a week post, and will work closely with RCP and others.  It is a great opportunity for us to join up regulatory work of CQC, and professional…

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The Royal College of Emergency Medicine has today launched a new campaign, Summer to Recover: Winter-Proofing Urgent and Emergency Care for 2021, which outlines a series of actions, recommendations and guidance to help ‘winter-proof’ the urgent and emergency care system. Commenting on the campaign, Dr Nick Scriven, immediate past president of the Society for Acute Medicine,…

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Council Meeting April Agenda 2021 SAM Glasgow delegate fees SAM Council Meeting January 2021 Minutes Strategy Meeting Jan 2021 Virtual SAM council Meeting January Agenda 2021 Glasgow virtual council meeting England update 2021 FAMUS update 2021 Wales Report SAM Research update 2021 SAM QI Report 2021 PA Report 2021 ACP Report 2021 Nursing Report 2021…

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04 April 2021 Senior medics have said “red flags” are showing in hospitals as non-Covid emergency attendances rise amid pressures to resume non-urgent services – all while capacity remains tight with Covid infection control measures in place. The Society for Acute Medicine (SAM) said some emergency departments had experienced their busiest days in two years during…

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11 March 2021 Following the release today of the latest NHS performance data, Dr Susan Crossland, president of the Society for Acute Medicine, said: “This data shows again the enormous challenges we face now and into the future to recover services while also managing constant demand. “This week has been manic and flow through acute…

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