Category Archives: Stroke

HPT at 10. 2. Artificial Intelligence – Improving Health, from Smart Hospitals to Smart Homes. 24 August 2021

To mark the 10th anniversary of the launch of the Health Policy & Technology journal, the HPT team, in partnership with the Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine, is launching a new online conference webinar series on key themes of national and

HPT at 10. 2. Artificial Intelligence – Improving Health, from Smart Hospitals to Smart Homes. 24 August 2021

To mark the 10th anniversary of the launch of the Health Policy & Technology journal, the HPT team, in partnership with the Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine, is launching a new online conference webinar series on key themes of national and

FPM Online Conference Series on Advances in Clinical Medicine: 1. Updates on Prevention and Treatment of Stroke. 26 July 2021

Updates on strokeMonday 26th July – 4.00pm to 5.30pm UK time2021: Conference Series on Advances in Clinical Medicine  This session is organised by the Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine, for which the official journals are the Postgraduate Medical Journal and Health

FPM Online Conference Series on Advances in Clinical Medicine: 1. Updates on Prevention and Treatment of Stroke. 26 July 2021

Updates on strokeMonday 26th July – 4.00pm to 5.30pm UK time2021: Conference Series on Advances in Clinical Medicine  This session is organised by the Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine, for which the official journals are the Postgraduate Medical Journal and Health

Abstract submission for the online 2021 FPM Advances in Medicine Conference Series

Abstract submissions are now open Successful abstract authors will be notified within 2 weeks of submission For more information on abstract submission, please contact the FPM at fpm.chandos@gmail.com Why submit an abstract? Accepted abstracts published in the Postgraduate Medical Journal

Abstract submission for the online 2021 FPM Advances in Medicine Conference Series

Abstract submissions are now open Successful abstract authors will be notified within 2 weeks of submission For more information on abstract submission, please contact the FPM at fpm.chandos@gmail.com Why submit an abstract? Accepted abstracts published in the Postgraduate Medical Journal

2021 FPM International Awards for Medical Writing in Social Media: Instructions for entrants

The Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine is partnering with its journals – Health Policy and Technology and the Postgraduate Medical Journal – to provide international awards for well-informed, clear writing on health matters in social media. The first of these Awards

2021 FPM International Awards for Medical Writing in Social Media: Instructions for entrants

The Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine is partnering with its journals – Health Policy and Technology and the Postgraduate Medical Journal – to provide international awards for well-informed, clear writing on health matters in social media. The first of these Awards

FPM live webinar – 25 Jan 2021. Health of world leaders: Winston Churchill’s illnesses

Date: FPM Webinar. 25 January 2021 4pm UK time Title: Health of world leaders: Winston Churchill’s illnesses The webinar is partnered with healthy heart charity the Cardiovascular Trust. Watch a recording of the event Authors Allister Vale and John Scadding

FPM live webinar – 25 Jan 2021. Health of world leaders: Winston Churchill’s illnesses

Date: FPM Webinar. 25 January 2021 4pm UK time Title: Health of world leaders: Winston Churchill’s illnesses The webinar is partnered with healthy heart charity the Cardiovascular Trust. Watch a recording of the event Authors Allister Vale and John Scadding

FPM Live Webinars 6. Cardiovascular risk and lipid management: how far do you want to go? 28 September 2020

FPM monthly webinars provide updates for clinical trainees, senior clinicians, policy makers, academics and other health professionals on prevention, diagnosis and treatment of common and serious clinical disorders – both for communicable and non-communicable diseases. This webinar with updates on

FPM Live Webinars 6. Cardiovascular risk and lipid management: how far do you want to go? 28 September 2020

FPM monthly webinars provide updates for clinical trainees, senior clinicians, policy makers, academics and other health professionals on prevention, diagnosis and treatment of common and serious clinical disorders – both for communicable and non-communicable diseases. This webinar with updates on

Webinar 3. 22 June 2020. Healthy Life. What to do about hypertension?

Monday 22 June 2020. 4pm UK time. Healthy Life Webinar 1. What to do about hypertension? Lifestyle measures Professor Bernard Cheung, University of Hong Kong Medicines and other ways to treat high blood pressure Professor Albert Ferro, King’s College, London.

Webinar 3. 22 June 2020. Healthy Life. What to do about hypertension?

Monday 22 June 2020. 4pm UK time. Healthy Life Webinar 1. What to do about hypertension? Lifestyle measures Professor Bernard Cheung, University of Hong Kong Medicines and other ways to treat high blood pressure Professor Albert Ferro, King’s College, London.

Centenary conference for the Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine

The Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine is organising its Centenary Conference, which is to be held on 7th December at the Royal College of Physicians in London.  The December 2018 FPM Centenary Conference will include a poster awards session showcasing national

Centenary conference for the Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine

The Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine is organising its Centenary Conference, which is to be held on 7th December at the Royal College of Physicians in London.  The December 2018 FPM Centenary Conference will include a poster awards session showcasing national

Resolving gaps and challenges for health policy to protect the heart and circulation: London 7th December 2017 at RIBA

Diseases of the heart and circulation are the commonest preventable cause of disability and death in the UK and elsewhere in the developed world. Heart and circulatory disorders are also rapidly overtaking communicable diseases as serious health problems in less

Resolving gaps and challenges for health policy to protect the heart and circulation: London 7th December 2017 at RIBA

Diseases of the heart and circulation are the commonest preventable cause of disability and death in the UK and elsewhere in the developed world. Heart and circulatory disorders are also rapidly overtaking communicable diseases as serious health problems in less