National Centre for Remote and Rural Medicine Conference
Postponed until 2022 We are disappointed to announce that the National Centre for Remote and Rural Medicine Conference has been postponed until 15 to 16 June 2022 due to ongoing covid-19 restrictions. Register your interest now by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org We hope you can join us next year, Wednesday 15 and Thursday 16 June 2022 at the North Lakes Hotel, Penrith, Cumbria. We are really looking forward to welcoming you and to sharing ideas and experiences of remote and rural medicine.
Changing Practice, Changing Outcomes.
In collaboration with RCGP
- Hear from some of the most inspirational practitioners in the field of urgent, rural and digital medicine
- BLS, ECG Interpretation and suturing workshops
- Share knowledge, experience and best practice with other workers in remote and rural medicine
- Be inspired to work in a rural setting – find out more from those who do!
Call for abstracts now open! Deadline 30 April 2021
*Submissions are welcomed for the one-slide PowerPoint poster presentation.
Presenters will be given 2 minutes to present their work or research interests. If you’re up for the challenge, we’d love to hear from you!
While consideration to all topics related to rural health will be considered, submissions particularly welcome in the areas of:
• Challenging Outcomes in Rural Health
• Remote Care Solutions
• Rural Childhood health
• Rural Trauma
• Social Needs in Rural Communities
• Digital Health
Please email an outline of your presentation to email@example.com
In collaboration with the RCGP Rural Forum
The RCGP Rural Forum represent rural and remote GPs and promote rural issues inside and outside the College Faculties. There are around 800 RCGP members currently signed up to the rural forum, who are invited to participate in discussions pertinent to this group of members. The Forum aims to advance the College's objectives in rural practice; facilitate communication and networking of rural doctors in the UK and support the professional development of rural GPs. By working with the College, they raise issues concerning remote and rural GPs to help inform political debate.