The time has come to say goodbye and an incredibly big thankyou to Nerys who leaves her post as trainee rep after two years. Nerys’ enthusiasm and energy will be missed and we wish her well for her

Abstract

Objectives: To ascertain current Acute Internal Medicine (AIM) trainees’ opinions on their training programme, practical procedures, specialist skills and AIM as

SAM Bristol

It was lovely to catch up with so many Acute Internal Medicine trainees at our spring meeting in Bristol and great to see such a positive response towards our specialty. I hope that many

Calling all regional trainee reps!

We are trying to build a database of regional Acute Internal Medicine (AIM) trainee reps so we can get a better idea of regional training issues to feedback to the

First of all, thank you and goodbye to Ruth Johnson who’s leaving the ranks of trainees and joining the Consultant body in Herefordshire imminently; Ruth has worked hard over the last two years representing

I hope you have all settled well into your new jobs and a very warm welcome to those that have recently joined the ‘family’ of acute medicine. I would first of all like to thank Ruth Johnson for

Acute Medicine Awareness Week (AMAW) 14-20 July

You may have seen in the Springspring newsletter that there was a plan to do a “virtual marathon” from Edinburgh to Brighton for this year’s AMAW

We hope you all had a lovely Christmas and New Year. Apart from making all the usual resolutions, New Year is always a time to think about our careers, look at our CV’s and strive to improve ourselves

SAM Glasgow

It was great to see so many of you at SAM Glasgow back in October and we hope you enjoyed the conference and found it worthwhile. There were so many excellent sessions together with the opportunity

We hope you all enjoyed this summer’s hot spell and that those who moved jobs in August have now settled in. We would like to extend a very warm welcome to all the new acute medicine trainees, and