Home
Seminars
Membership
FAQs
About CMS
Contact
Log In
CMS Malaysia
 menu

 

Pulmonology, Rheumatology and Metabolic Medicine

29/11/2019 to 30/11/2019



Our popular series of returns to its usual cycle with "Pulmonology, Rheumatology and Metabolic Medicine" and will be of interest to specialty trainees as well as any other doctor! We have a varied selection of new and interesting topics which will undoubtedly be of interest and provide material for thought and knowledge when dealing with patients at the front door or on the wards! Register early to avoid disappointment. As usual, the meeting will be accredited for RCP CPD points.


PLEASE REGISTER EARLY to avoid disappointment! Our Early Bird offers expire 24th November 2019 (this is to ensure all bookings and admin is sorted ahead of the meeting). Bookings close 27th November at midday.

Dinner, provided at a very low and discounted cost, provides the perfect opportunity to mingle with peers and consultants and senior academics in a relaxed environment.

Programme

Day 1 | Friday 29 November 2019


Time Item
16:00 to 18:15 Registration / Tea & Coffee
18:20 to 18:30 Welcome & introduction to meeting
Dr Joseph Cheriyan, Consultant Physician, Cambridge
18:30 to 19:15 Mysteries in Metabolic Medicine
Dr Paul Flynn, Consultant in Metabolic Medicine, Cambridge
19:15 to 20:00 Exciting developments in asthma: the end of the blue inhaler?
Dr Martin Knolle, Consultant in Respiratory Medicine, Cambridge
20:00 to 22:00 Conference Dinner

Day 2 | Saturday 30 November 2019


Time Item
01:50 to 10:30 Influenza
Dr Ben Warne, Clinical Research Fellow, Cambridge
08:00 to 09:00 Registration/Tea & Coffee
09:00 to 09:10 Welcome & Introduction
Dr Fraz Mir, Consultant Physician, Cambridge
09:10 to 09:50 Anaphylaxis & angioedema
Dr Shelley Dua, Consultant in Allergy Medicine, Cambridge
10:30 to 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 to 11:40 Metabolic bone diseases – an overview
Dr Ken Poole, Hon Consultant Rheumatologist, Cambridge
11:40 to 12:20 Myositis
Dr Frances Hall, Consultant Rheumatologist, Cambridge
12:20 to 13:00 Cases from the pain clinic
Dr Mark Abrahams, Consultant in Pain Management, Cambridge
13:00 to 14:00 Lunch
14:00 to 14:40 COPD Update
Dr Ravi Mahadeva, Consultant in Respiratory Medicine, Cambridge
14:40 to 15:20 Lung cancer and lung nodules: the good, the bad and the ugly?
Dr Frank McCaughan, Hon. Consultant in Respiratory Medicine, Cambridge
15:20 to 15:40 Coffee break
15:40 to 16:20 Managing acute respiratory failure
Dr Pasupathy Sivasothy, Consultant in Respiratory Medicine, Cambridge
16:20 to 17:00 Managing abnormalities in serum calcium
Dr Ruth Casey, Consultant Endocrinologist, Cambridge
17:00 to 17:10 Close of Conference

Seminar Details

 Venue
The Moller Centre, Cambridge

 Location
Churchill College, Storey's Way, Cambridge CB3 0DE, United Kingdom

 Cost
£90.00 (min)

 Conference Dinner
£20.00 (min)

 CPD Points
8

Book now 

Forthcoming Seminars

Pulmonology, Rheumatology and Metabolic Medicine

29/11/2019 to 30/11/2019

Our popular series of returns to its usual cycle with "Pulmonology, Rheumatology and Metabolic Medicine" and will be of interest to specialty trainees as well as any other doctor! We have a varied selection of new and interesting topics which will undoubtedly be of interest and provide material for thought and knowledge when dealing with patients at the ...

Summer Meeting 2020

10/07/2020 to 11/07/2020

PROGRAMME TO BE CONFIRMED Our popular series of returns to its usual cycle and will be of interest to specialty trainees as well as any other doctor! We have a varied selection of new and interesting topics which will undoubtedly be of interest and provide material for thought and knowledge when dealing with patients ...

Autumn Meeting 2020

27/11/2020 to 28/11/2020

PROGRAMME TO BE CONFIRMED Our popular series of returns to its usual cycle and will be of interest to specialty trainees as well as any other doctor! We have a varied selection of new and interesting topics which will undoubtedly be of interest and provide material for thought and knowledge when dealing with patients at the front ...