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STS Annual Meeting 2016 - Prize Winners
 
METHVEN PRIZE
Dr Christopher Lucas - Induction of Eosinophil Apoptosis and Attenuation of Allergic Airway Inflammation by the Flavone Wogonin
 
COMMENDED SPOKEN
Dr Pallavi Bedi - A randomised control trial of atorvastatin in bronchiectasis patients colonised with Pseudomonas aeruginosa
 
BEST POSTER
Gillian McVay - Does pulmonary rehabilitation improve mortality rates in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)?
 
COMMENDED POSTER
Laura Patton Effectiveness and Safety of Long-term Macrolide therapy in patients with Non-Cystic Fibrosis Bronchiectasis (NCFB)
 
SPECIAL RECOGNITION FOR A SURGICAL TRAINEE CONTRIBUTION
Ella Teasdale‘Y’ Breathe Easy? A Small Case Series of Palliative Carinal Stenting Using a Self-Expanding Stent and Wire Based Delivery Technique
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British Lung Foundation Scotland
The British Lung Foundation Scotland is currently working to influence politicians in the lead up to the Scottish parliamentary elections. Please click here to view its manifesto asks
 
Edinburgh International Conference of Medicine: Past, Present & Future
Monday 12 & Tuesday 13 September 2016
www.pastpresentfuture2016.org
The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh (RCPE) and the Society for Acute Medicine (SAM) are delighted to be bringing you the most ambitious international programme on the past, present and future of medicine.  This two-day conference will combine the historical aspects of medicine with a look to the future for healthcare across a broad range of clinical topics.
You will be able to design your own agenda for the conference, choosing from a comprehensive range of over 35 parallel sessions covering over 15 specialties, ranging from acute medicine, cardiology, care of the older patient, diabetes, neurology and respiratory to health & wellbeing, maternal medicine and patient involvement.
This conference is open to all healthcare professionals at all stages of their careers and is a great opportunity to keep up to date with the latest clinical research, opinions and innovations in medicine, as well as building your network.
The conference has been approved for 12 CPD points.
Full details on abstract submission, registration and programme are available at www.pastpresentfuture2016.org