AIM Training Days 2019/20

There are six AIM Training days in a year. These are only for AIM Trainees. The suggested themes for the training days are also included. It is expected that the local AIM Educational Supervisor would be present on most of the day with the trainees and will conduct a feedback/interactive session with the trainees which will be fed back to the TPD for AIM

 

ACCS trainees are welcomed to attend these dates as specific training in acute medicine is given to support your portfolio.

 

24th of January 2019, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Kings Lynn

Organiser Dr Harith Altemimi, Theme - Quality Improvement

21st February 2019, Ipswich Hospital

Organiser Dr Immo Weichert, Theme - Research

16th May 2019, Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital

Organiser Dr Duduzile Musa, Theme - Medical Education     (See agenda below)

Registration Link - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/aim-training-day-nnuh-tickets-58795905135

 

21st June 2019, Basildon &Thurrock University Hospital

Organiser Dr Godwin Simon, Theme - Patient safety

 

6th September 2019, Lister Hospital Stevenage September

Organiser Dr Rachel Quail Theme - Leadership/Organisation of AMU

27th September 2019, AMGER

Wellcome Genome Campus Conference Centre, Cambridge

21st November 2019, James Paget NHS Trust

Organiser Dr Alistair Green - Acute Medicine Simulation Day

 

2020

TBC Last Thursday January 2020 TBC, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Kings Lynn

Organiser Dr Harith Altemimi, Theme - Quality Improvement

TBC Third Thursday in February 2020,  Ipswich Hospital

Organiser Dr Immo Weichert, Theme - Research

 TBC May 2020 TBC, Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital

Organiser Dr Duduzile Musa, Theme - Medical Education

 TBC June 2020 TBC, Basildon &Thurrock University Hospital

Organiser Dr Godwin Simon, Theme - Patient safety

TBC August 2020, Lister Hospital Stevenage September

Organiser Dr Rachel Quail Theme - Leadership/Organisation of AMU

TBC November 2020, James Paget NHS Trust

Organiser Dr Alistair Green - Acute Medicine Simulation Day

Historical Training Days

26th January 2017                                AIM Training day, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Kings Lynn**

16th February 2017                              GIM/AIM Training day, Ipswich Hospital, Ipswich

TBC February 2017                             AIM Simulation Training day, Chelmsford**

TBC Spring 2017                                 AIM simulation day, West Suffolk Hospital, Bury St Edmunds**

9th March 2017                                   AIM simulation day, James Paget Hospital, Great Yarmouth**

21st April 2017                                    GIM/AIM training day, Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge

28th April 2017                                   Cambridge medical seminars, Moller centre*

15th June 2017                                   GIM/AIM training day, Basildon Hospital

                                                           Contact: sarah.munro@btuh.nhs.uk

5th July 2017                                      AIM training day, Hinchingbrooke Hospital**

                                                           Contact: davidkeithward@nhs.net

TBC July 2017                                    Cambridge medical seminars, Moller centre*

19th October 2017                             GIM/AIM training day, Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge see flyer below

15th November 2017                          AIM training day, James Paget Hospital, Great Yarmouth**

24th-25th  November 2017                Cambridge medical seminars, Moller centre*

21st December 2017                          GIM/AIM training day, NNUH

Cambridge Medical Seminars Meeting: Friday 27th September 2019

Acute medicine – Cambridge

In association with AMGER

Friday 27 September 2019

Wellcome Genome Campus Conference Centre, Hinxton, Cambridge,

CB10 1RQ (01223 495000)

6 external CPD credits

Code: 125164

Meeting room: Francis Crick Auditorium

#AcuteMedEast2019

09:00 REGISTRATION AND REFRESHMENTS

09:25 Welcome and introduction – Dr Liz Hamilton, AMGER and West Suffolk Hospital

Chairs: Dr Liz Hamilton and Dr Khin Swe Myint

09:30 Update from the Royal College of Physicians in the Eastern region

Dr Khin Swe Myint, RCP Regional Adviser

09:40 Rheumatology Update for Acute physicians

Dr Vivek Rajagopal, Consultant Rheumatologist, West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust

10:15 The problem of diagnostic error

Dr Nicola Cooper, Consultant Physician & Hon Clinical Associate Professor, University Hospitals of Derby & Burton NHSFT

10:50 Prehospital stroke therapy - do we need this?

Professor Silke Walter, Consultant and Vice-Chairman, Department of Neurology, Saarland University, Germany

11:25 Coffee and trainee poster viewing

11:50 Case presentations x 4 (15 minutes each)

12:50 Panel discussion

13:15 Lunch and trainee poster viewing

14:15 Introduction to afternoon session

Chairs: Dr Harith Altemimi and Dr Immo Weichert

14:20 How to be a wise antibiotic prescriber, lessons from the ARK Hospital programme

Professor Martin Llewelyn, Professor of Infectious Diseases, Brighton and Sussex Medical School

14:55 Medical problems in pregnancy

Dr Anita Banerjee, Obstetric Physician, Diabetologist and Endocrinologist,

Simulation Lead for Women's Health, St Thomas' Hospital

15:30 Updated guidelines on heart failure management

Dr Pegah Salahshouri, Consultant Cardiologist, West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust

16:05 Prize presentation for winning oral and poster entries

16.15 Close and refreshment

AMGER are a group of acute physicians and physicians who have an interest in acute medical care who work within the east of England. They come together to share knowledge, pathways and processes: to ensure that we all provide high-quality patient care while recognising the pressure placed on acute services.

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