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Why is Moving Medicine? Conference – booking now open

We are delighted to be working with the National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine to present Why is Moving Medicine? - our inaugural joint event which will take place on 23 May…

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Free online training – ECG Interpretation in Athletes

The Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians in collaboration with the Center for Sports Cardiology at the University of Washington, is offering free and open access to a new…

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Why choose SEM…?

We asked one of our newer members, Mr Gaurav Batra who received his diploma at our most recent ceremony in September, to tell us why he decided to go down…

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Support for Doctors

Recognising that professional life can be challenging for doctors, the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges has published signposting to sources of support for doctors in different aspects of working and…

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RCP guidance on CRPS published

The Royal College of Physicians has published guidance on Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) in Adults. The guidance covers diagnosis, referral and management in primary and secondary care and can…

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“Please write to me” – new outpatient letter-writing guidance from AoMRC

The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges (AoMRC) last month published new guidance entitled "Please, write to me." With helpful sections on style and grammer, consent and confidentiality, and structure and…

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New guidance on Reflective Practice from AoMRC

The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, together with the UK Conference of Postgraduate Medical Deans (COPMeD), the General Medical Council (GMC), and the Medical Schools Council, has produced guidance and a…

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NHS England Consultation on service specifications for Adult Highly Specialist Pain Management Services

NHS England has launched a consultation to seek views on a proposed new specification on adult highly specialist pain management services. Views are being sought from a wide range of…

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What is Moving Medicine?

Moving Medicine is an exciting new initiative by the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine in partnership with Public Health England and Sport England. It is dedicated to spreading best…

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Moving Medicine Launches

We were delighted to launch our new Moving Medicine tools earlier this month at the International Society for Physical Activity and Health Congress (ISPAH). Produced in partnership with Public Health…

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