Date(s) - 20 May 2020 - 17 Jun 2020
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
A Weekly series of Clinical Practice Webinars with SAMLondon 2020 Abstract Presentations
Wednesday 20 May – Wednesday 17 June 2020, 1900hrs-2100hrs
The current COVID-19 pandemic is the greatest public health challenge of our time and has significant implications for acute medicine. The Society for Acute Medicine wants to support the acute medicine community and provide resources that will help you understand and manage this crisis. We plan to do this virtually by launching a weekly series of clinical practice webinars and abstract presentations running for 5 weeks, starting on Wednesday 20 May 2020.
These virtual webinars are open to all members of the multidisciplinary team who work in acute and general medicine. They give us the opportunity to discuss and debate current COVID-19 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.
When: Wednesday 20 May – Wednesday 17 June 2020. Times listed below.
Participation: Open to all members of the multidisciplinary team who work in acute and general medicine.
Webinar Dates, Topics & Timings:
|Date||Topic||Time – BST|
|20 May 2020||Early Learning from COVID-19 & AKI
& The New Acute Medicine Curriculum
Dr Darren Green, Salford & Dr Ben Chadwick, Southampton
|27 May 2020||Update on Ongoing Trials in COVID-19 in Acute Medicine
Dr Dan Lasserson, BirminghamPoint of Care Ultrasound in the patient with COVID
Dr Sarbjit Clare, Birmingham
|3 June 2020||Insights from ISARIC and ICNAR
Conscious Proning During COVID-19
|10 June 2020||ACP Acute Medical Curriculum
Oliver Phipps, East Kent Hospitals University NHS FT
COVID-19 in Acute Medicine: Clinical Update
Matt Inada-Kim, Hampshire Hospitals
|17 June 2020||COVID-19 in Acute Medicine: Implications for Acute Oncology
Tim Cooksley, Manchester University FT & The Christie
Using Apps in Acute Oncology to Facilitate Early Discharge in Patients
Chris Subbe, BCU HB & Bangor University
Each webinar will include 5 abstract presentations from the postponed SAMLondon conference.
Registration: Please register by entering your email address below.