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Autumn Meeting Powerpoint Presentations

Updated 6 January 2017: The following files are secured pdf versions of the powerpoint files supporting presentations delivered at the BGS 2016 Autumn Meeting. These are published with the presenters' permission and the onus for assuring that copyright permissions are adhered to is vested in the individual presenters. More may be added as we receive presenters' authorisation to publish. The files will remain on the BGS website under Resources/Powerpoint Library for two years:  

Guest Lecture
Laurence Rubenstein: Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment: Then and Now

Michael Fertleman: Neuroinflammatory theory of delirium
izzy Teale: Delirium: Recognition, prevention, management

Dawn Skelton: Are we doing harm to our patients? Risk aversion, cherry picking and falls

Health Economics
Apostolos Tsiachristas: Health Economics Workshop

Hospital @ Home
Graham Ellis: Hospital @ Home:Implementation
Rachel Binks: The how, why and what of telemedicine in care homes
Scott Ramsay: Hospital at Home in Practice: Changing the shape of elderly care in West Lothian
Sasha Shepperd: Hospital at Home: the evidence

Integrated health and social care
Bruce Willoughby: Integration of health and social care in a complex landscape - the experience from the Harrogate Vanguard site

Proactive Care of Older Patient undergoing Surgery
Jason Cross: Developing the workforce to provide quality care to older surgical patients
Jude Partridge: The older vascular surgical patient: the need for and impact of geriatric medicine
Arturo Vilches-Moraga: The older emergency surgical patient: why is collaborative care needed and how can it be delivered?

Other Medical Conditions
Mark Gurnell: Pitfalls in the interpretation of thyroid function tests - how to avoid being caught out...
Graham Leese: Sub-Clinical Thyroid Disease in the Elderly

Miles Witham: Treatment of sarcopenia: latest developments

Quality Improvement
Tom Downes: The application of improvement science to older patients' care pathways
Jason Leitch: How does quality improvement science help to implement standards?

Gary Ford: Pre-hospital stroke care
Peter Langhorne: Post acute stroke care
Gillian Mead: Implementation of Physical fitness training after stroke in collaboration with Later life Training
Keith Muir: Developments in Hyperacute Care

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