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7th-8th October 2010, Edinburgh International Conference Centre

Delegates at the 4th International conference of the Society for Acute Medicine in October were treated to some un-seasonal sunshine, as

The quality of abstract submissions for the Society for Acute Medicine meetings has continued to rise over recent years; 4 abstracts were selected for oral presentation at the Spring meeting this year,

1st-2nd October 2009 National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham

Over 100 posters were presented at the 3rd International meeting of the Society for Acute Medicine, held on 1st-2nd October at the National

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


Occupational Therapists began exploring their role in Acute Medicine in the late 1990’s.1 A decade later the presence of Occupational Therapists in accident & emergency departments and


An online survey of training in Acute Medicine was conducted to assemble a true picture of the current situation in the UK. The specialty is flourishing, with over 60 trainees having predicted

It has certainly been a huge year of change for all of us in training posts, and in acute medicine particularly. There are now trainees in Acute Care Common Stem (ACCS) and Core Medical Training (CMT)

1st Prize: What is the effect of a consultant presence in an Acute Medical Unit?

The Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre provided the venue for the first truly International meeting of the Society for Acute Medicine in early October. Almost 600 delegates were treated to some

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.