It has recently become apparent that a few trainees in Acute Internal Medicine (AIM) have not been made aware of what the final outcome of their training might be. There is a need, therefore, to

Abstract Headache with neurological deficit and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) lymphocytosis (HaNDL) syndrome is an important diagnosis to consider in patients presenting with the relevant features to acute

Abstract Patients with complex needs are commonly admitted on the acute medical take and comprise a significant proportion of the workload for an acute physician. An innovative multi-professional approach

E-learning for healthcare (e-LfH) is a collaborative programme between the Department of Health, the NHS and various professional bodies. It provides high quality, interactive education for healthcare

Well that’s it from me! At the close of our 1st International meeting in Glasgow I handed the reins of Presidency to the safe hands of Rhid Dowdle.

Acute medicine was recognised as a subspeciality of General (Internal) Medicine by the Specialist Training Authority in July 2003. In practice it had been growing as a clinical entity for over a decade…

There is a school of thought that believes that if something is going right then the downturn is just around the corner! As work progressed to get Acute Medicine recognised as a sub…

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Abstract Accelerated hypertension is a rare but life threatening disease. The commonest cause is poorly controlled essential hypertension but other causes exist. Diagnosis is made by the finding of