2022 East Anglia Region Meeting

Date(s)
Thursday 28 April 2022 (09.45 - 15.45)
Location
Credits
This meeting has applied for 5 credits of CPD accreditation from the Royal College of Physicians (RCP)
This event is a local forum covering the latest scientific research and the best clinical practice in care of older people. This meeting will cover core areas of interest to all specialists responsible for the health care of older people and is open to attendees from near and far.

Who should attend:

  • Consultants & specialist doctors in geriatric medicine
  • Researchers into Ageing and Age-Related Conditions 
  • Doctors training in related specialties
  • GPs with an Extended Role in Older People and GP trainees
  • Nurses and allied health professionals
  • Advanced and Specialist practitioners
  • Consultant Practitioners/Consultant Nurses
  • Physician Associates
  • Internal Medicine Trainees (especially those considering a career in geriatric medicine)
  • Medical, Nursing, Allied Health professional students

Why participate:

  • Understand more on the key areas & challenges faced in geriatric medicine  
  • Hear focused presentations on core areas of the geriatric medicine
  • Present the latest scientific research to British Geriatrics Society members and elected officers

Programme

09:45 Welcome and introduction
 Dr Katie Honney, BGS East Anglia Region Secretary
10:00

Oncology
Dr Tom Roques – Consultant Clinical Oncologist
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

11:00 Break
11:15

Haematology
Dr Lisa Cooke, Consultant Haematologist
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital King's Lynn NHS Foundation Trust

12:15

SpR presentations

12.15 Dr Inzali Moe Moe Kyaw, James Paget University Hospital, Great Yarmouth
Immune-mediated necrotising myopathy post-ERCP: Case report  
 
12.21 Dr Asif Mahmood, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Kings Lynn
Developing a frailty phone – A collaborative project to improve urgent and emergency care for frail older people 

12.27 Dr William Smith (1), James Paget University Hospital, Great Yarmouth
Inpatient Bowel Care and Laxatives in Older People: A Quality Improvement Project  

12.33 Dr Andreas Espehana, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital
Assessment, diagnosis and investigation of delirium: an audit of current practice and methods for quality improvement 

12.40 Joint Q&A

13:00 Lunch
14:00

Palliative care in dementia
Lynsey Hannant - Dementia Palliative Care Nurse
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

15:00

SpR presentations

15.00 Dr Arun Baral, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Kings Lynn
A project to develop a dedicated regular teaching session for Clinical Fellows in the Non-training Post at the QEHKL 

15.06 Dr William Smith (2), James Paget University Hospital, Great Yarmouth
Amiodarone Induced Thyrotoxicosis and Sequelae: A Case Report 

15.12 Abigail Warner, James Paget University Hospital, Great Yarmouth
An acute frailty unit with focused MDT input decreases the length of stay for older persons presenting with frailty syndrome(s) 

15.18 Dr Ajmal Khan, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Kings Lynn
Falls due to Polypharmacy: Documentation and de-prescription - A quality improvement project 

15.20 Joint Q&A

15:40 Closing words
Dr Deyo Okubadejo, BGS East Anglia Region Chair 
15.45 Finish

Chairs: Dr Katie Honney (am) and Dr Deyo Okubadejo (pm) 

Cost to attend

A 20% early bird discount is available until 28 February 2022. Register soon!

  28th April Non-Member
 Fee (Inc VAT)

28th April BGS Member
Fee (inc VAT)

Senior Doctors: Consultant / GP

£50

£25.00

SAS Grade / StR / GP Trainee/IMT/Foundation Year Doctor

£35 £17.50
Healthcare Professionals: Nurse Allied Health Professional £35 £17.50
Retired/ Medical Student £25 £12.50

CPD and Post Event Access

We understand that you may not be able to tune-in to a live-streamed event or webinar as a result of clinical pressures. Therefore, if you view an archived version of a Federation-approved live-streamed event or live webinar within four weeks of it being broadcast you can still claim it as an approved external CPD course. BGS won't send certificates if you watch post event  

The live CPD codes will be found in the RCP diary

After 4 weeks post-broadcast date
 This will be classed by the RCP as distance learning and will be assigned a distance learning code and can be added to the diary as usual distance learning activities would be. 

As long as you are registered  you can access the event live, or for up to 12 months post-broadcast via the platform 
The videos are instantly available
You can rewatch content for 12 months if you can’t join them all live.  
The RCP will allow you to claim CPD for up to 12 months after the delivery of a meeting where the archives are accessible.  
If you watch you will need to record this in your CPD diary using the event code and hours but we won’t send a certificate for people who only watch post event. 
Further information about CPD can be found here

https://www.federationcpd.org/covid-19

Distance Learning

For the 2020/21 CPD year there will be no limit to the number of external credits that can be claimed for distance learning. In addition to the maximum of 10 approved distance learning credits you may add under the ‘Add Approved Entry’ tab, you may also add unlisted distance learning under the ‘Add Self-Certified Entry’ tab under the ‘Distance Learning’ sub-section. You will need to add them as an ‘External Self-Certified Distance Learning, Clinical or Non-Clinical’. Reading articles in online journals and e-libraries that are not approved should still be recorded as personal selfcertified distance learning. Online mandatory training required by your employer should still be recorded as internal CPD.