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SAMinars: Series 2 Clinical Practice Webinars with SAMLondon 2020 Abstract Presentations

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Date(s) - 07 Jul 2020 - 29 Sep 2020
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Tuesday 7 July, Tuesday 18 August, Tuesday 29 September, 1900hrs-2100hrs

Building on the success of the first series of webinars, the Society for Acute Medicine wants to continue to support the acute medicine community by providing resources and new learning in this next series of webinars. We plan to run one webinar per month in July, August and September.

The SAMinars are open to all members of the multidisciplinary team who work in acute and general medicine. They provide the opportunity to discuss and debate current challenges for acute medicine. They also offer a platform to the authors who successfully submitted abstracts for the postponed SAMLondon conference due to take place in May 2020, enabling them to share their work with colleagues. 2 CPD points will be applied for per webinar with the Royal College of Physicians London.

When: Tuesday 7 July, Tuesday 18 August, Tuesday 29 September, 1900hrs-2100hrs via Zoom


Participation: Open to all members of the multidisciplinary team who work in acute and general medicine.

 

Webinar Dates, Topics & Timings:

Date Topic Time – BST
7 July 2020 Triage into the Community of COVID 19 – Virtual ward

Andy Walden, Royal Berkshire NHS FT

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COVID-19 Pathways/SDEC

Tara Sood, Royal Free, London

1900-2100hrs
18 August 2020 Civility Saves Lives

Chris Turner, University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire

 

Primum Non Nocere

Peter Ng, Royal Liverpool

1900-2100hrs
29 September 2020 Offsite Consultant working in Ambulatory Care: A COVID-19 response and development for the future

Anne Schattl & Sheena Sikka, University College London NHS Hospitals Trust

 

Dysfunctional Breathing/Covid-19 Recovery 

Lizzie Grillo, Royal Brompton Hospital

 

Quality Improvement in Acute Medicine

Paul Sullivan, Imperial College London

1900-2100hrs

 

Each webinar will include 5 short abstract presentations from the postponed SAMLondon conference.


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