Films of FPM centenary speakers introducing clinical updates for the 7th December conference at the Royal College of Physicians


Transforming health: Centenary Conference for the Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine Updates on clinical practice from lung disease to stroke, hypertension, liver disease, functional neurological disorders, safer prescribing and personalised medicine.

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The short films below introduces several of the clinical updates which will be discussed at the FPM’s centenary conference on 7th December at the Royal College of Physicians in London.


Professor Peter Barnes FRS, Imperial College, introducing updates on asthma and COPD.

Professor Thomas Kirkwood, Newcastle University Institute for Ageing, introducing ageing and multi-morbidity

Dr Tim Nicholson, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College, London, introducing functional neurological disorders.

Professor Tony Rudd, Stroke Consultant at St Thomas’ Hospital, Professor of Stroke Medicine, King’s College London and National Clinical Director for Stroke with NHS England, discusses reducing severity of stroke.

Professor Donald Singer, FPM President, introducing poetry, medicine and the Hippocrates Prize.