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Dr Ricardo Jose publishes review on opportunistic infections of the lung

Congratulations to North East Thames trainee Dr Ricardo Jose who has co-authored a review with Prof Jerry Brown in the journal, Medicine. The journal is aimed at trainees and all new articles are planned, commissioned and produced in conjunction with Chapter Editors, highly regarded experts within their specialty (play spot the big name whilst browsing the … Continue reading

NET Training Day – Princess Alexandra, Harlow: 29/02/16

Well done to everyone who made the trek out to Harlow for a day of thromboembolism, CTEPH, ethics, NHS management and asthma. Many thanks to Dr Muhammad Anwar for co-ordinating the day and inviting such great speakers. Interesting facts about Harlow and the Princess Alexandra Hospital: The Princess Alexandra Hospital is a 489 bedded District General Hospital providing a … Continue reading

Training and Research opportunities

UCLP recently held an introduction evening for new ST3s across different specialties. There were some useful sessions with themes that may interest non-new SpRs (avoiding the term ‘old’ for anyone sensitive…). Here are some brief highlights, along with a reminder of some new training opportunities, and some recently released funded research posts in groups with … Continue reading

Vacancies on BTS committees – why not get involved?

The BTS is currently recruiting new members for a number of committees and advisory groups. They are looking for enthusiastic people who feel they can make a contribution and can serve from December 2015 and commit to 3 years in the role. Members who wish to be considered for the vacancies should apply using the online … Continue reading

NET Respiratory Royal Free Training Day: 14/05/15

In May we met at the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead for a day of alpha-1-antitrypsin (A1AT), VQ-SPECT, safe sedation in Bronchoscopy, invasive fungal disease and business cases. Many thanks for James Goldring for organising a great day. Before the main sessions, we began the day with an introduction from Dr John Hurst, and an update on the London … Continue reading