Why attend Acute & General Medicine?

 

Why attend Acute & General Medicine?

Now it's even more important for you to know the very latest clinical updates and have the hands-on skills to help you treat patients with complex conditions

 

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PEER-TO-PEER LEARNING

PEER-TO-PEER LEARNING

Doctors at Acute & General Medicine are not confined to the seminar theatres. They are encouraged to share their learning during networking breaks, within interactive training sessions and within the Poster Zone where trainees showcase the great projects they have been doing. 

PROBLEM-FOCUSED SEMINARS

PROBLEM-FOCUSED SEMINARS

An expert speaker programme delivers sessions designed to instill confidence to treat patients with complex conditions. Doctors are encouraged to design a bespoke programme that reflects their training needs. 
HANDS-ON TRAINING

HANDS-ON
TRAINING

Delegates can combine lectures with hands-on training workshops in ECG Interpretation, Airway skills, Ultrasound and NIV. After just two days, doctors come away with an array of both new practical skills and a deeper clinical knowledge of common – and not so common – medical presentations.

Your most affordable way to gain LIVE CPD training this year!

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All of your cross-specialty training needs covered

THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAMME

Acute & General Medicine has comprehensive, five-stream programme of talks dedicated to helping doctors get clinically up-to-date on key medical conditions. It enables emergency doctors, acute medics and general physicians to follow their learning needs and build confidence for when they’re on-call or on the wards.

LESSONS FROM COVID-19

This year’s Acute & General Medicine will provide essential sessions on Covid-19, and share the learnings for emergency, acute, general medicine and critical care. These sessions will help better prepare doctors and the NHS for another pandemic.

ESSENTIAL CPD & REVALIDATION

Many general physicians struggle to accrue CPD accreditation in general medicine – an essential requirement for Revalidation. Acute & General Medicine allows doctors to collect 12 CPD points in an affordable and time efficient manner.

GREAT NETWORKING

Our delegates get to share ideas and socialise with doctors outside of their specialty – a rare opportunity in today’s busy NHS.

CAREER DEVELOPMENT

Not only do doctors get to diversify their skill-set and deepen their knowledge, they can also access brilliant career advice and great job opportunities located all around the country. 

CLINICAL INNOVATIONS

Our delegates also get to test out all of the latest clinical innovations and technology courtesy of our cutting-edge exhibitors. It’s a great opportunity to get up to speed on the latest thinking and equipment.

CAN YOU AFFORD TO MISS IT?

There are so many benefits to attending Acute & General Medicine that thousands of consultants, trainees and staff grades attend year-after-year from across the NHS and overseas.  

They’re taking their clinical skills and knowledge to the next level. Join them.

 

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What is the Flexible Booking Policy?

We understand that COVID-19 is impacting planning travel right now and your personal situation can change suddenly. That's why you can book the AGM Conference today with zero risk. 

If you book now and later decided to not attend the event based on concerns around health and safety, you can cancel before 30 September and receive a refund.

The decision is yours and we are flexible, so understand you still need your CPD! Therefore,  you are more than welcome to switch your pass into 2022 or even for credits on AGM Learning Archive  for on-demand, instant CPD!

GOLD SPONSOR

  • A. Menarini Farmaceutica Internazionale Srl

 

GOLD SPONSOR

  • Alexion Pharma

 

GOLD SPONSOR

  • BMS-Pfizer

 

SILVER SPONSOR

  • FUJIFILM SONOSITE

 

SILVER SPONSOR

  • Boston Scientific

 

SILVER SPONSOR

  • Bial Pharma

 

SILVER SPONSOR

  • The MDU

 

SILVER SPONSOR

  • MDDUS

 

SILVER SPONSOR

  • TXM Healthcare

 

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