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Standard-setting & professional membership organisation representing 13,000 Fellows & Members
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RCPEdin 3h
Neurology practice has evolved at a remarkable and exciting pace over the last two decades, driven by the advances of genetic technologies. So what better time to join our Neurology symposium in November! More info & booking:
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RCPEdin 19h
Our run of exams start at CSAC at the Western General Hospital tomorrow – good luck to all our candidates!
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RCPEdin 22h
Our exhibition shows the changing understanding of mental health over the last 500 years. View objects from hospitals and personal stories from patients from across the ages. More info:
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RCPE Heritage Jul 15
Book now for our next talk on 14 Aug! Join as she delves into the history of false confinement in this fascinating event
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RCPEdin Jul 15
We're looking forward to hearing one of our Keynote Speakers, Dr Emma Vardy discuss a new digital and quality improvement programme to improve delirium care at our joint symposium with . Full programme & booking:
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RCPEdin Jul 14
Bostock shares her personal experiences of burnout and trying to achieve a work–life balance in JRCPE:
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RCPEdin Jul 14
Planning on taking the PACES exam? Our PACES course, 23-25 Sep, recreates the exam setting, providing guidance and tips to help you pass all MRCP PACES stations. More info & booking:
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RCPEdin Jul 13
Our Quality Governance Collaborative Fellowship Programme develops future leaders in governance and quality, equipped with the authority and ability to advance change in their organisations and beyond. Does this sound like you? Apply before 30 August here:
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RCPEdin Jul 12
It was great to welcome Dr Daveena Meeks and her mum last week for a tour of our historic building ahead of her graduation from the MSc Internal Medicine programme on Saturday!
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RCPEdin Jul 12
📣 Students & Foundation doctors! 📣 Our Research symposium on 20 Nov gives you the opportunity to: ✅ present findings ✅ build on networks ✅ hear from leaders about their research careers Find out more:
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RCPE Heritage Jul 12
Pill box of 19thc medic James Young Simpson, with medicines including morphine, opium, mercury and antimony
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RCPEdin Jul 11
Read our consultation response on the new Scottish public health body, Public Health Scotland, on our website:
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RCPEdin Jul 11
On Wed 4 Sep we're hosting a teaching day on Delirium alongside & Scottish Delirium Association. It covers topics such as advances in clinical care, educational methods, palliative care, and clinical trials. More info & booking:
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RCPEdin Jul 10
How was the cause of black lungs in the general population identified? Read our history paper in JRCPE:
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RCPEdin Jul 10
At Diabetes & Endocrinology on 2 Oct we're covering: ➡️ Challenges in endocrinology ➡️ Individualising care ➡️ Diabetes management Discover our full programme of speakers and booking info here:
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RCPEdin Jul 10
There's still time to book your place at our Top Tips for FY1 Doctors EMU on 23 July. Don't miss out on this great evening to help you in your medical career. Full programme and booking here:
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RCPEdin Jul 9
📑📱 Read Macdonald et al.’s review on malignant spinal cord compression in JRCPE:
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RCPEdin Jul 9
. has called for a full range of effective treatments in Scotland, including mechanical . Resources should be made available to ensure there are no avoidable delays in the implementation of a Scottish thrombectomy service.
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RCPEdin Jul 9
. has welcomed today's figures on care in Scotland, which show some improvements. However, he wants to see a full range of effective treatments including . More on our website:
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RCPEdin Jul 9
Our Keynote Speaker at Diagnostic Medicine, 19 Sep, is Prof Abraham Verghese, Professor for the Theory and Practice of Medicine at Stanford University. He'll be looking at the state of the art of medicine. More info & booking:
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