Regional Conferences

Our takeAIM conferences are one day events, specifically designed for Foundation Doctors and Core Medical Trainees.

Our latest regional events

The aim of the conferences is deliver relevant and useful clinical updates on top acute medical topics, as well as provide career information for those who are considering a career in Acute Internal Medicine..

takeAIM Cardiff

April 3, 2019
Michael Griffith Building, Rooms 0.21, 0.22 & 0.23, University Hospital of Wales

Our takeAIM Champion Dr Jan Awad brings the next evening takeAIM Session to Cardiff. Register now to hear him and his colleagues give some great talks about life in Acute Internal Medicine along with some great clinical pearls whilst on the unit. An exciting line up is promised on Wednesday 3rd April 2019 at the University Hospital of Wales.

See the programme here

Food will be provided and you will receive a certificate of attendance. If you are interested - complete the Contact Us form and ask to register for this event for free!

takeAIM Leeds

March 27, 2019
Gledhow Wing Seminar Rooms, St James Hospital

Our next Session comes to Leeds hosted by our takeAIM Champion Dr Louise Mundy. Come join her at St James Hospital, Leeds on Wednesday 27th March 2019. A fantastic line up of talks is promised addressing everything about life in Acute Internal Medicine.

See the programme here

Food will be provided and you will receive a certificate of attendance. If you are interested - complete the Contact Us form and ask to register at this event for free!

takeAIM Torquay

January 21, 2019
Torbay Hospital

Come join our takeAIM Champion, Dr Katherine Mellor, at this exciting evening takeAIM Session on Monday 21st January 2019 at Torbay Hospital. There will be a great line up of Acute Medical Physicians to talk to you about all things AIM!

See the programme here

Food will be provided and you will receive a certificate of attendance. If you are interested - fill in the Contact Us form and we will forward your message to Dr Katherine Mellor

takeAIM Liverpool

January 22, 2019
Room 108, Clinical Sciences Building, University Hospital of Aintree

Want to know more about Acute Medicine? Come join us for an evening of great talks about a career in Acute Medicine and also clinical talks on Acute Medical presentations.

See the programme here

Food will be provided and you will receive a certificate of attendance. Fill the Contact Us form for free registration

takeAIM Preston

October 2, 2018
Seminar Room 4, Education Centre 1, Royal Preston Hospital

Session topics will include:

Talks on Respiratory topics at the Front door

What a career is like in Acute Medicine.

Q&A session

Find out about a career in Acute  Internal  Medicine at our FREE evening event aimed at Medical Students, FY Doctors and Core Medical and ACCS trainees.

Food provided and certificate awarded at the end of the session!

Cardiology in Acute Medicine

September 18, 2018
Ageing Health Seminar Room, 9th Floor North Wing, St Thomas' Hospital

Come join us for an evening of interesting lectures on Cardiology in Acute Medicine, covering everything you need to know about arrhythmias, heart failure and devices, ACHD and valve diseases on the Acute Take. There will also be an opportunity to hear about a career in Acute Medicine.

takeAIM Liverpool Regional Session

July 17, 2018
A+E Seminar Room, above A+E, Royal Liverpool University Hospital

Two great speakers lined up:

Dr Vicky Price - 'Ambulatory Care'

Dr Graeme Guthrie - 'Life as an Acute Physician'

takeAIM North Wales

June 19, 2018
Postgraduate Centre, Ysbyty Glan Clwyd

Find out more about a career in Acute Medicine and come and listen to talks around a career in AIM

Register with aimwalestraineerep@gmail.com

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AIM physicians provide initial assessment, investigation, diagnosis and management of patients who have an acute medical illness within the first 72 hours of their hospital stay.

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