***DUE TO THE DOCTORS STRIKE THIS WEBINAR HAS BEEN CANCELLED - RESCHEDULED TO 30TH APRIL 2024**
Environmental sustainability in the NHS – is this possible?
Dr David McKelvey, NHS Greater Manchester Integrated Care Clinical Lead in Sustainability in Primary Care
Outline of talk:
The escalating impacts on health of the Climate and Ecological Crisis are becoming more visible with each report of another severe weather event. The moral and health imperative to reduce emissions is clear. Health services account for about 5% of the UK’s emissions and the NHS has an ambition to be net zero for emissions in its control by 2040 and by 2045 for those in its supply chains. Sounds good, but is that enough, too much, or barking up the wrong tree?
Mr Ali Yagan, Consultant Neuro Ophthalmologist and Strabismus Surgeon, Associate Medical Director and Director of Medical Education at Manchester Royal Eye Hospital
- The talk will discuss the anatomy of the optic nerves and it's functions.
- It will also discuss OCT scans, normal features as well as optic nerve swelling. Mr Yagan will show key features to differentiate papilloedema from pseudo papilloedema.
- He will share management protocols for raised intracranial pressure from the ophthalmic point of view.
Update on Progressive Fibrotic Interstitial Lung Diseases (PFILD)
Dr Cristina Avram, Respiratory Medicine Consultant with special interest in ILD; Speciality Lead - ILD, Pulmonary Vascular Disease, General Respiratory Medicine, Wythenshawe Hospital
Outline of talk:
Dr Avram will be focusing on recent guidelines changes in definition and treatment and how these may be relevant for non-ILD clinicians.
Aspects of care for adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in General Medicine
Dr Patrick Horgan, Consultant Psychiatrist, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS FT
- Diagnosis and management of adults with ADHD.
- Common co-occurring conditions that occur in people who have ADHD.
- Adjustments in the provision of medical care to be considered for people who have ADHD.