Pete, Vicky and Nick are live at the British Geriatrics Society Spring Conference and are joined by ACCS acute medicine trainee Lily Shevlin. They discuss what they have learned from the conference, important topics such as DNACPR forms and treatment escalation plans, fears of being the medical registrar and how to attract more junior doctors to the field of geriatric medicine.
Nick and his colleagues Emily Lyon & Jude Randall discuss how to improve the care of inpatients with dementia, and how to spot and manage delirium.
We are delighted to announce four new G4J Connect events. Taking place in Leeds, Edinburgh, Portsmouth and Glasgow in January and February they are a great opportunity for junior doctors and medical students to learn more about a career in
To all G4J16 delegates, Thank you for helping us to make last week’s event in Nottingham the biggest and best G4J yet. Your enthusiasm and positivity was clear for all the faculty and speakers to see, and it was a
Pete, Mark and Nick discuss the pros and cons of warfarin vs NOACs in AF, strategies for choosing the most appropriate anticoagulants, and how to involve patients in shared decision-making.