Join us on a journey of acute and general medicine in Wales and beyond… #WAPS2021 @AcuteMedWales
About this event
The Welsh Acute Physicians’ Society (WAPS) is pleased to announce that, following the success of our first webinar last year, our annual symposium will be going ahead as a live online event for 2021.
We understand that it is vital to continue learning and sharing amongst our peers, despite recent events. So we are pleased to once again provide a programme of clinical and non-clinical talks relating to acute and general medicine.
We would like to thank our hard-working team of consultants/trainees in Wales, along with our speakers, who are taking the time and effort to contribute, enabling virtual learning and connections, whilst we eagerly anticipate meeting face-to-face with you all soon.
Who is it for?
- Doctors of all grades and medical specialities from across the world
- Physician Associates/ANPs/AHPs working in Acute Medicine
- We would especially welcome anyone interested in acute medicine as a career
12:30 Checking In
13:00 NICE Guidance: All the Young Punks
On the back of the success and positive feedback from this session last year, we once again take you on a whistle-stop tour of new guidelines relevant to medicine – including acute coronary syndrome, atrial fibrillation, anaphylaxis, brain tumours and peri-operative care.
14:00 D-Dimers and all that jazz
Christian Nickel (@replynickel) is an emergency physician at the Emergency Department of the University Hospital Basel, Switzerland. He has a special interest in geriatric emergencies. His main research focus is disease presentation and risk stratification of (older) Emergency Department patients. Christian will talk about D-dimers and their use in acute care.
14:40 Break and Chatter
14:50 Ambulatory Care: Should I stay or should I go?
This session aims to showcase the variety of patients managed in an ambulatory care setting across our units in Wales. Cases will be presented by our acute medicine clinicians, along with a panel discussion. We hope to demonstrate how we maximise the resources that ambulatory care has to offer, whilst providing effective care for our patients.
16:10 Break and Chatter
16:20 Last Talk at the PROMS: Patient Reported Outcome Measures
Marjolein Kremers (@marjoleinkrem) currently works in the Department of Internal Medicine at Máxima Medical Centre and at the CAPHRI School for Public Health and Primary Care, Maastricht University. Marjolein does research in Internal Medicine (General Medicine), Emergency Medicine and Emergency Medical Care. She is well known for her work in the organisation of medical care and the patients’ voice in acute care. Marjolein will aim to increase your awareness of patient reported outcome measures and how they can help make healthcare more effective.
What do you get?
- Join us live for an opportunity to take part in the conversation with our speakers
- Certificate of attendance for the live event
- Access to recorded talks after the live event
- 4 RCP CPD points (Approval code: 136210)
- N.B. As per RCP guidance, delegates accessing the archived version of the event may record this in their CPD diary using the approval code provided for the live event for up to four weeks after the event date.
(Once registered you will receive details of how to join the webinar live and access content after the event)
What does my money contribute to?
Your money goes directly towards teaching and training our acute medicine trainees and furthering development and support for our teams across Wales.
Online Event Disclaimer
There may be those who are unable to attend the webinar live despite registering and making a payment. In order to allow this cohort to benefit from the contributions of our faculty, we are planning to record the webinar and allow access to this content for those delegates. If you are registering for the event, we will accept this as consent to the recording and distribution of the content to delegates.
Unfortunately we are unable to accept refunds after the event has taken place, but you will be able to benefit from access to the recorded talks.