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We are delighted to announce that The Medic Portal have launched their new website which is a online resource for everyone applying to, or supporting those, that want to study Medicine. 

Students and teachers can now benefit from Medicine Application Guides on the application process, a comparison tool which shows all UK entry requirement in just one click, more than 1250 UKCAT practice questions in an ultra-realistic UKCAT exam setting as well as additional sections for teachers on how to advise students applying to Medicine
Get into Medicine. Everything you need to get into medical school. Partnered with the Royal Society of Medicine.
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This conference will concentrate on all aspects of cardiovascular CT. Our aim is to deliver the educational content and case discussion appropriate for core competency in cardiac CT as defined in the latest cardiology and radiology curricula. This will also be an excellent opportunity to hear from several renowned UK speakers from across the cardiology and radiology spectrum.
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Watch this week’s free RSM Video, in which Kay Greveson talks about the role of the IBD nurse specialist and how it has expanded in recent years. Kay analyses recent national nurse audits and healthcare guidelines to highlight the importance of the role in patient care. Watch the full lecture here: http://bit.ly/1GGOk71
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Earn CPD by watching this week’s RSM Video in which Dr Reinisch offers a comprehensive historical look at public health as an internationalist project. Dr Reinisch focuses particularly on the development of the international public health body UNRRA in the wake of the Second World War in Europe. Watch the full lecture here: http://bit.ly/1OgTNa2 
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Update your knowledge and understanding of a wide range of topical issues relevant to general practice by registering for the 35th GP Forum, which features five specialty themed days of expert lectures, interactive workshops and the chance to earn up to 21 CPD credits. 

Sessions include the latest research into respiratory medicine, rheumatology, sports medicine, oncology, palliative care, women’s health and dementia. Monday 14 to Friday 18 September 2015. 
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Save the date! We can now confirm that the 11th Medical Innovations Summit will be held on Saturday 12 September 2015. Eight speakers have already been confirmed and online registration will open in late July.
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Are you a student or trainee interested in pursuing a career in respiratory medicine? Although the specialty is highly competitive, there is little information available on what the career entails, what opportunities are available and why one should commit to this specialty. The Respiratory Medicine Section at the RSM are here to help. 
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Ketamine is a synthetic compound used as an anaesthetic and analgesic drug. In this upcoming meeting we will be exploring the various aspects of the drug in association with the Comparative Medicine Network. This meeting will explore the drugs topics; veterinary anaesthesia, depression and how it is used in emergency medicine. Friday 2 October.
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Registration is now open for the 11th Medical Innovations Summit which will be held on Saturday 12 September. With many exciting talks from a host of international speakers, you will be able to enjoy a packed and stimulating day. Book your free place here: 
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Does your organisation know how to respond to a disaster? Have you had the appropriate trauma response training? 

Find out more about incident management policies, best practice for psychological support following trauma and how to defuse a potential situation at this Occupational Medicine Section meeting in the evening of Wednesday 9 September.
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The occurrence of injury in competitive sport is high. In a survey conducted by the NSPCC in 2012, 24% of the children and young people reported physical harm and 75% reported emotional harm.

This high-profile meeting will engage with the latest research on childhood injury resulting from sport participation and consider the implications of sport governance policy on children’s’ health and well-being. Monday 14 September
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Watch this week's free RSM Video from the 10th Medical Innovations Summit by Kenneth Shinozuka, the winner of the third annual $50,000 Scientific American Science in Action Award, powered by the Google Science Fair. 

In this talk, Kenneth discusses how he was inspired to help his family care for his grandfather, who suffers from Alzheimer's disease and would regularly wander out of bed at night. Kenneth's super-slim sensors, attached to a foot or in a sock, can alert caregivers via their smartphone if a patient begins to wander. Watch the full lecture for free here: http://bit.ly/1HBhG7v 
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Non-Profit OrganizationToday 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
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A British charitable organisation whose main purpose is as a provider of medical education.
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Lars Davidsson
4 months ago
Nice and calm...
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Leon Stephens
3 years ago
Great conference
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Benjamin Rusholme
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7 months ago
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