2022 Conference Webinar Series

Monday 24 January 2022: Online Conference Series. Advances in Clinical Medicine: Updates on obesity: diagnostics of underlying causes of obesity and novel treatment strategies.

Tuesday 22 February 2022: Online Conference Series. Health Policy and Technology Webinars – Challenges and opportunities from social media for public health. Dr Ihsane Hmamouchi, Temara Hospital, Mohamed V University, Rabat, Morocco; Dr James Bateman, Consultant Rheumatologist, Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust and Honorary Senior Lecturer, University of Birmingham, UK; Dr Giridhara R Babu, Professor and Head – Life Course Epidemiology at Public Health Foundation of India, Indian Institute of Public Health, Bengaluru, India; Dr Latika Gupta, Rheumatologist, Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust, UK; Professor Donald Singer, President, Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine, London, UK; Associate Professor Ken Redekop, Editor-in-Chief, Health Policy and Technology, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

Monday 23 May 2022 1pm UK time. Health Policy and Technology Webinars. Drug safety and artificial intelligence – what is required to make it a reality? Dr David Liew, Melbourne, Australia. Moderators: Professor Albert Ferro, King’s London, UK; Professor Donald Singer, FPM, London, UK

Monday 25 July 2022 5pm UK time: Health Policy and Technology Webinars. Gender equity in academic medicine. Dr Laura Coates, University of Oxford, UK, Dr Latika Gupta, Rheumatologist, Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust, UK.

Monday 27 September 27 2022 4pm UK time: 2022 FPM-PMJ-HPT Medical Writing Awards.

Monday 24 October 2022 4pm UK time. Advances in Clinical Medicine: Inspiring physicians and teachers: Sir William Osler and Isidore Snapper: FPM Online Conference Series. Professor Donald Singer, FPM, London, UK; Dr Arie Berghout, Rotterdam, the Netherlands; Professor Allister Vale, Birmingham, UK; Dr Jan Willem Elte, Gouda, The Netherlands.

Tuesday 29 November 2022 4pm UK time: Health Policy and Technology Webinars. Somnomics, sleep and health. Prof Rachel Salas – Johns Hopkins Medicine, Baltimore, USA

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