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GIM Pearls: GIM Training Day at Newham 05/02/15

For those of you who did not make it to the latest GIM Training Day at Newham here are some GIM pearls from the talks. Asthma – from getting the basics right to beyond step 5 Dr Nivenka Jayasekera highlighted the results of The National Review of Asthma Deaths which reported that 3 people die from asthma a day, and … Continue reading

BTS Winter 2014: the RespNET round-up

December is here, which means several things for respiratory physicians: more infective exacerbations, requests from family members for cough remedies, the elusive search for the perfect lung-based present, and of course the BTS Winter meeting! Scanning through the programme, it’s striking how many familiar names from the NorthEast Thames programme pop out. So, to celebrate all … Continue reading

NET Training Day: Royal Free Hospital 07/07/14

In July we gathered at the Royal Free Hospital for a collection of talks on COPD, asthma, NTMs and a focus on pleural disease. Academic COPD update and the new London α1 antitrypsin deficiency Dr John Hurst began the day with a review of COPD, encouraging us to question the current methods of defining and diagnosing COPD, and to … Continue reading

NET training day: Southend 22/10/13

In October a group of intrepid trainees left the lights of central London and headed for the coast, for a training day in sunny Southend. Interesting facts about Southend: Southend has the world’s longest Pleasure Pier (1.34 miles) Notable people from Southend include: Phill Jupitus, comedian; Helen Mirren, actress; and Simon Sharma, historian and TV … Continue reading

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