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The Unusual Suspects: Rare Diseases In Everyday Medical Care
February 20 @ 12:30 pm - 6:00 pm£15 – £25
This is an RSM and Medics 4 Rare Diseases joint event where clinicians at all stages of their training, will be informed about why rare diseases are important to everyday medicine.
Delegates will get the opportunity to explore how generalists can approach patients with rare diseases, and become advocates for them. Hear a real patient experience who has two rare diseases – one of which was diagnosed during an OSCE. And learn about the role genomics plays in everyday medicine.
- How rare diseases are relevant to every doctor’s career in medicine
- The challenges shared by patients with rare diseases and explore how doctors can help them with these
- The role of genomics in everyday medicine
- How the work of Medics 4 Rare Diseases and the RSM Genetics Section play a role in rare disease education
3 CPD Points awarded
Key Speaker: Dr Ellen Thomas, Clinical Lead for NHS Genomic Medicine at Genomics England
RSM member: £15
Non member: £25
Registration starts at 12.30 and the event begins at 1pm.
Please note: The RSM site is currently down for maintenance and reopens 10th February. Please use the form below to reserve your tickets. To book via the RSM site from 10th February, click here.
- Medics 4 Rare Diseases
- Royal School of Medicine
- Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
London, W1G 0AE United Kingdom + Google Map