Gastroenterology update - on MAU, the ward and in the clinic
Tuesday, 11 October 2016 14:38
A 1-day programme with updates in managing common gastrointestinal (GI) conditions which present to the medical assessment unit (MAU) and on the ward. The programme is focused towards the generalist with practical advice on how to improve care.
The conference, co-ordinated with the British Society of Gastroenterology, is targeted at any clinician looking after patients with gastroenterology or hepatology problems – on the MAU, on the ward, or in clinic.
Delegates will hear updates in the early management of patients with GI bleeding, acute jaundice or decompensated chronic liver disease.
Young GI Angle: Tips for a smooth transition from fellowship to faculty
Friday, 30 September 2016 15:31
Think about major events in your life; consider highlights, low points, transitions, and critical events. Then reflect on things that have shaped and impacted you in an important manner: key people, important teams or groups, places and vital experiences. Imagine your future path in the next 5 to 10 years: Which goals do you aspire to achieve? Where do you want to be? How do you want colleagues and family to perceive you? Finally, consider how you hope transitions between the different phases of your career and family life will play out – what will you pursue and what do you wish to avoid? Think and read on in five minutes...
London Live Endoscopy (UCLH)
Thursday, 29 September 2016 09:24
24th & 25th Nov 2016
All aspects of the 2 day meeting are aimed at demonstrating, discussing, and debating not only 'how to do it', but 'when to do it'. The course aims to address all areas of usual clinical practice, but also introduce important new techniques and technological innovations. As previously, the course is tailored to appeal to consultants, trainees, and endoscopy nurses.
- 3 room live endoscopy
- ERCP/EUS (cholangioscopy; lumen-opposing stents)
- Oesophagogastric (early neoplasia; ESD; stenting)
- Colonoscopy (difficult polyps; EMR; stenting)
- What's New In... technical updates
- 'Tricks & Tips' breakout sessions
- Interactive mini clip video learning
- Hands-on Suite (models; simulators)
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The Administrative Data Research Network
Tuesday, 27 September 2016 08:52
The Administrative Data Research Network (ADRN) helps researchers gain access to de-identified administrative data so they can carry out social and economic research − research that has the potential to benefit society.
Researchers can apply to the Network with a research idea and request access to datasets. The Network collaborates closely with government departments to make administrative data available to researchers, but the ADRN negotiates this with them on a case-by-case basis. Researchers can access the data in Administrative Data Research Centres in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.
Their catalogue gives some information about administrative data that have been used for research in the past.
ADRN – England has produced training podcasts that are informative short concise overviews of their training courses. Watch the podcasts to discover more about their courses, what can be expected and what you will have learnt by the end of each course.
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