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NET Training Day: Whittington Hospital 07/06/17

On a sunny day in June we were welcomed to the Whittington Hospital by Dr Ruvini Dharma. Many thanks to her for organising the day, and for inviting colleagues from further afield to provide a specialist perspective. Inhaled treatment in COPD – an update from GOLD We started the day with a welcome update on … Continue reading

New Year, New QIP?

Happy New Year to everyone in the Respiratory community! I am sure that many of us are happy to say goodbye to 2016, and are hopeful for something better in 2017. So, at a time when you may be making New Year resolutions and drawing up action plans to make your work-life run smoothly this year, we … Continue reading

UCLP training opportunities

In addition to training opportunities already highlighted in the recent ‘News and opportunities‘ UCLP have now opened booking for some professional development sessions. These are non-clinical and cover some essential areas of training. If you missed the recent Homerton Training Day, this would be a great opportunity to access Courtroom training, which is rarely available. Click … 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