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President’s Day

29 March 2019
Post Graduate Centre,
Arrowe Park Hospital, Wirral, CH49 5PE

Organised on behalf of the Coloproctology Section of the Royal Society of Medicine in conjunction with HEENW and the Mersey Chapter of The Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland

Gastrointestinal nursing study day March 2019

22 March 2019
Room 1, Medical Education Centre, Level 6, St Mark's Hospital
Northwick Park Watford Road Harrow Middlesex HA1 3UJ

One-day study day for GI nurses to improve understanding on a variety of GI related topics.

Surgeons in Difficulty

21 March 2019
RCSEd
85-89 Colmore Row, Birmingham, B3 2BB

Surgeons today work in a litigious environment and may be subject to investigation from a number of different sources. These include their employer (usually a Trust) the regulator (the GMC) or as a result of complaints arising from allegations of medical negligence (the civil courts).

Pelican IMPACT – Improving the Management for Patients with Advanced Colorectal Tumours

20 March 2019
Venue to be confirmed
East Anglia / East of England

Pelican Cancer Foundation and the Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland (ACPGBI) are collaborating to deliver the Pelican IMPACT programme for all colorectal MDTs in Great Britain and Ireland in 2018/19. An excellent steering committee has helped to design an original one day workshop.

Assessment Writing

19 March 2019
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
232 - 242 St Vincent Street Glasgow G2 5RJ

In this course, we will discuss some general principles of assessment, and focus on writing multiple choice questions (MCQs) and objective standardised clinical examinations (OSCEs).

Understanding Inflammatory Bowel Disease Study Day

15 March 2019
Room 1, Medical Education Centre, Level 6, St Mark's Hospital
Northwick Park Watford Road Harrow Middlesex HA1 3UJ

The ‘Understanding IBD’ study day offers healthcare professionals; in particular nurses, further knowledge to guide their management of people with inflammatory bowel diseases.