Grand Round: Ambulatory Care

Wednesday 15 Feb 2012

FIFE NHS GRAND ROUNDS – 2011 to 2012

 

WEDNESDAY 15th February 2012

 

“Moving Forward with Ambulatory Care”

by

 

Dr Andrew Storey & Dr Chris McKenna, Acute Medicine Physicians

(contributions to the presentation from Dr Muhammad Rab, Medical Registrar)

 

Chaired by Dr Tom Hartung

 

VENUES:                      Lecture Theatre, Education Centre, Victoria Hospital, Kirkcaldy & video-conferenced to  Lecture Hall 1, Education Centre, Queen Margaret Hospital, Dunfermline,

 

FREQUENCY:               From 1300 to 1400 hours

 

TEAM:                          Prof. Morwenna Wood, Consultant Renal Physician & Director of Medical Education

Dr Sue Pound, Consultant Physician in Care of the Elderly Medicine

Dr Sian Gilchrist, Consultant Gastroenterologist (maternity leave)

Mr Peter Driscoll, Consultant Surgeon

Dr Tom Hartung, Consultant Respiratory Physician

& Dr Robert Humphreys, Paediatric Physician in Orthopaedics Surgery

CONTACT:                    Mrs Ann Sheach, Education Centre Manager, VHK ann.sheach@nhs.net or ext 21723

 

POINTS:

  • The Grand Rounds are open to all specialities.
  • Generic clinical teaching on topical issues that crosses specialities – including the interesting, special, rare and the quirky.
  • Sessions are video-liked between the Education Centres at Victoria and Queen Margaret Hospitals with presenters being at either or both hospitals.
  • Feedback is compulsory to develop the series.
  • Submissions for future topics welcome.  Contact a member of the team or Ann Sheach (contact ann.sheach@nhs.net).

 

Registration & Sponsored Lunch* from 1230 hours –

*VHK Sponsor only: BMS (Lisa Brown) 

Next teaching session: 22nd February 2012 (awaiting details of speaker/topic).

 

 

Event Details

Date:15 Feb 2012
Time: 13:00
Duration: 1300 to 1400 hours
Room Number: Education Centre VHK (V/C to QMH Education Centre)

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