February Events

Thursday 4th at 12:30 GMT – This episode, from The Royal Society of Medicine’s Covid-19 series, will focus on the roll-out of the COVID-19 vaccine, offering insight into the strategic and immunological considerations of this historic program.

Hosted by Victoria Macdonald, Channel 4 News Heath and Social Care Editor, the guests will be Danny Mortimer, Chief Executive of the NHS Confederation, and Professor Sheena Cruickshank, immunologist and Professor in Biomedical Sciences and Public Engagement at the University of Manchester.

To register for the event click here.

Monday 8th at 19:00 GMT – Have you ever considered a medical career in the military? Are you curious to find out if you have what it takes?

ICSM Surgical Society would like to invite you to join them for ‘An Insight into Military Medicine’, an evening with two renowned military surgeons followed by a live Q&A.

Places are limited so make sure you book in advance by clicking here.

Tuesday 9th at 18:00 GMT – This webinar will hear from global experts in international rural health research who have experience in delivering dental services globally.

For more information and to book click here.

Thursday 18th at 12:30 GMT – The RSM Covid-19 Series: This week their guest is Dr Paul Glynne, Consultant Physician at University College London Hospitals, and founder and Medical Director of The Physicians’ Clinic, who has worked in the emergency department treating acute COVID admissions since the start of the pandemic, in conversation with Dr Stephanie Kaye-Barrett, Medical Director at the Chelsea Rheumatology Clinic, the pair will run through the treatments that have so far proved effective against the virus, the exciting medications currently in the pipeline, and what is currently known about therapies for sufferers of long COVID.

To register for the webinar click here.

Friday 19th at 18:30 GMT – We think this webinar from World Extreme Medicine will be excellent. Pre-hospital Extreme Medicine with Chris Gibson, a critical care paramedic and an emergency medical services manager.

To register for this event click here.

Don’t forget to follow us on social media where this month we will be focussing on Women’s Health.

COVID-19

As governments around the world continue to grapple with the pandemic, Critical Care International is working with organisations operating throughout the world to help them stay one step ahead of the virus.