The Society for Acute Medicine: 2021 SAMinars Clinical Practice Hot Topics Webinars

The Society for Acute Medicine: 2021 SAMinars 
 Clinical Practice Hot Topic Webinars 
Registration open 

  Building on the success of our two series of webinars in 2020, the Society for Acute Medicine plans to continue to support the acute medicine community with a further series of clinical practice webinars this year. We are planning to run one webinar each month during March, May and June in this first series in 2021. Our first in this new series is on Tuesday 9 March.

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 and hot topics within acute medicine. They also offer a platform to the authors with the highest scoring ePosters from the 2020 SAMGlasgow virtual conference, enabling them to share their work widely with colleagues.

We will be applying for 2 CPD points for each webinar to the Federation of Royal Colleges.

The SAMinars are FREE to attend for SAM members. A fee of £20 will be charged to non-member doctors, £10 to non-member nurses/AHPs/pharmacists and they will be FREE to undergraduates (you must have a University email address to register with).

2021SAMinar Dates
Tuesday 9 March, 1900hrs-2100hrs as a Zoom Webinar
Thursday 20 May, 1900hrs-2100hrs as a Zoom Webinar
Tuesday 15 June, 1900hrs-2100hrs as a Zoom Webinar


View the webinar agendas and more information here
 
Participation: Open to ALL members of the multidisciplinary team who work in acute and general medicine.
 
Registration: Please register here

For more information about joining the Society for Acute Medicine (to attend these webinars FREE amongst other benefits!), click here

SAMinar Details Date Keynote Presenters Time – GMT 9 March Building Planes in the Air: Translating COVID Evidence at Organisational Level
Sara Barton, Northern Care Alliance Group

SAM Research Strategy
Darren Green, Manchester Metropolitan University 1900-2100hrs 20 May RCP Acute Toolkits:
Frailty

Speaker TBC

End of Life Care
Simon Patten, Royal Devon& Exeter NHS Trust 1900-2100hrs 15 June Details to follow 1900-2100hrs
Please register here and please share this information with your colleagues.