Fixed Date Courses and Workshops
|Jan 1 to Jan 1 1970|
Repeated and Rolling Entry Courses and Workshops
|Allergy Academy King's College London|
|Link||The King’s College London Allergy Academy was formed as a response to the shortcomings in Allergy education highlighted by the House of Lords report into UK Allergy Services. The aim of the Academy is to deliver high quality educational opportunities and provide a broad based, comprehensive programme that will serve the full range of people who are currently demanding it – patients, parents, nurses, dieticians, general and specialist physicians. The Academy programme is focused on offering practical courses which will help develop the practice of the large number of different health care professionals who deal with allergic patients every day. www.allergyacademy.org|
|Mechanisms in Fungal Infections: From the Science to the Clinical Setting||Online|
Mechanisms in Fungal Infections is a blended, e-learning resource with CME content developed by an expert, multidisciplinary group of specialists.
The content on this Web site is intended for oncologists, hematologists, and infectious disease specialists who treat transplant patients and other patient populations at risk for developing fungal infections.
|39th Remington Winter Course in Infectious Diseases||Avon, Colorado|
|Link||Thirty-eight years ago, this course was developed in an effort to contribute high-quality medical and scientific information and to provide continuing medical education to physicians. This high level of education has continued and has now evolved into one of the premier infectious diseases courses in the United States.|
|Cours de Spécialisation en Mycologie Médicale et Vétérinaire||Antwerp, Belgium|
L'Institut de Médecine Tropicale d'Anvers organise chaque année de mars à juin en français et en néerlandais (un jour / semaine / le mercredi) un Cours de Spécialisation en Mycologie Médicale et Vétérinaire dont le but est de donner un aperçu des connaissances actuelles dans le domaine des mycoses et de leurs agents.
Le cours est accessible aux porteurs d'un diplôme universitaire (médecine, pharmacie, biologie, médecine vétérinaire, agronomie) ou de technicien de laboratoire (orientation médicale). Un certificat de mycologie médicale et vétérinaire est attribué aux participants après réussite des examens théoriques et pratiques.
|Problems in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Invasive Fungal Infections: Recent Advances in their Management||Athens, Greece|
|Link||The course will provide an update on epidemiology, diagnosis and treatment of invasive fungal infections. It puts emphasis on host characteristics in various groups, such as patients with neutropenia, stem cell transplantation, solid organ transplantation, HIV, iron overload, trauma, etc.|
|Advances in Asthma||St Thomas’ Hospital, London, UK|
|Link||This one day seminar will bring together many of the UK’s leading specialists to provide a practical, cutting edge programme to help ensure you are providing the most up to date care for your patients. Our speakers include international opinion leaders, covering areas of current interest, with a particular eye on both recent and future developments in the field. The day will also run alongside its sister course – Practical Asthma, where delegates may also attend talks from either adult or paediatric track. If you have any questions about the course then please contact the Course secretariat email: [email protected] OR for specific queries about the course curriculum, please contact Prof Chris Corrigan or Dr Adam Fox via the Allergy Academy on [email protected]|
|Practical Asthma||St Thomas’ Hospital, London, UK|
|Link||This course will build on the very successful Allergy Academy Asthma Day from last year where this course, with its very practical focus regarding asthma and its optimal management in primary and secondary care, ran in parallel with its sister course “Asthma – State of the Art!” This course provides an update on the current management of asthma and is also an excellent primer for those new to the field. There will, once again, be separate tracks for the adult and paediatric specialists. We are excited to welcome many of the UK’s leading specialists in asthma to talk on this interesting day. Delegates are welcome to attend talks from both this course and the “Advances in Asthma” course which is to be held on the same day. The day will conclude with an interactive plenary session for all delegates. Governors Hall St Thomas' Hospital Westminster Bridge Road London SE1 7EH|
|PAEDIATRIC ALLERGY - ALUMNI DAY||London, UK|
|Link||The Allergy Academy’s “Practical Paediatric Allergy” Course is our very successful flagship course which has run annually for the past 3 years. This year we are excited to announce that we are running a study day for the alumni of these courses to provide an update regarding the management of a variety of paediatric allergic diseases, new diagnostic techniques and to consolidate the lessons learned from the 3 day course. The lectures remain clinically focussed and interactive and we are pleased to welcome some of the UK’s and Europe’s leading allergy experts to deliver these talks. The Allergy Academy has been leading the way in providing high quality, accessible allergy education for the last 4 years and we are optimistic that more and more health care professionals in front line services are better equipped to manage the ongoing surge of allergic disease. This course aims to further increase knowledge and, therefore, confidence that this management is in-line with current guidelines and practice.|
|Anti IgE Day - A Practical Guide||London, UK|
|Link||This study morning aims to take a highly practical approach to the use of Anti-IgE in the management of asthma and other allergic disease. Places at this event are restricted to ensure an interactive workshop approach, with both Adult and Paediatric aspects considered, therefore book early to avoid disappointment.|
|Practical Allergy in Primary Care Day||London, UK|
|Link||Allergic disease has increased dramatically over the last 20 to 30 years and GPs are ideally placed to manage this surge of disease which affects multiple organ systems: gastrointestinal, skin, respiratory and ENT. This interactive study afternoon will take a practical look at the management of a wide range of allergic disease in primary care with the aim of increasing knowledge and confidence when advising patients. A variety of talks will be delivered by some of the UK's leading allergy experts.|
|Infection Management for Pharmacists - MSc | PG Dip | PG Cert||Imperial College, London|
|Link||The programme is a part-time course organised by the Department of Infectious Diseases and Immunity in conjunction with Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and the Health Protection Agency. The primary objective of the course is to: promote the role of Infectious Diseases Pharmacists nationally and so enhance prudent antimicrobial prescribing to tackle the problems of resistance. The academic links and valuable health services research expertise of the Centre for Medication Safety and Service Quality and Health Protection Agency, together with Hammersmith's international reputation for clinical research, offering a potentially unparalleled range of lecturers for those attending the course. As such, graduates of the course can expect to have obtained a full understanding of key issues surrounding the management of infection today.|
|NCPF Training Course - Identification of Pathogenic Fungi||Bristol, UK|
|Link||Each July the Mycology Reference Laboratory, which houses the NCPF, runs a course on the identification of pathogenic fungi. The four day course is designed for beginners and those with some experience in the identification of medically important fungi. The isolates delegates will be given to examine include a wide range of moulds and yeasts, with particular emphasis on dermatophytes and other organisms encountered in hospital microbiology laboratories. It includes a number of species featured in external quality assessment schemes.|
|Introduction to Infectious Disease Modelling and its Applications||Distance Learning based in London|
|Link||This two week course, organized jointly between the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and the Health Protection Agency Centre for Infections, is intended to introduce professionals working on infectious diseases in either developing or developed countries to this exciting and expanding area.|
|MSc Allergy, University of Southampton||Distance learning with some attendance at Southampton|
|Link||Postgraduate Certificate in Allergy (up to 1 year) Postgraduate Diploma in Allergy (up to 2 years) Master of Science in Allergy (up to 3 years; fast track 1 year)|
|MSc/Diploma in Medical Mycology||Distance learning, with practical training at Leeds/Bristol|
|Innovations in Diagnosis and Management of Invasive Fungal Infections||An Electronic Course Continuing Education Activity From the MSG Educational Committee|
|Link||Educational support from: Pfizer Inc., MiraVista Diagnostics|
|BSMM/UCL MSc/Diploma in Medical Mycology||London and distance learning|
|Distance learning and interactive study days in Allergy||Distance learning with study days|
|Link||Short courses, diploma level and degree level modules|
|Msc in Allergy, Imperial College||Some attendance at London, UK necessary|
|Link||Course commences each October. Two to three years duration, part-time.|
|Certificate of Advanced Study in Allergy, Imperial College||Some attendance at London, UK necessary|
|Link||Course commences each October. Nine months duration, part-time.|
|Scientia Akademie (German language course)||Online resource|
|Link||The German-speaking Society for Medical Mycology (DMYKG) has started an institution for educational activities called “Scientia Akademie”.|
|Master’s Program in Medical Mycology||National Aspergillosis Centre, Manchester, UK|
The Manchester mycology programme is unique as it is the only practical led mycology course in the UK.
This programme provides theoretical understanding and practical skills, which will benefit those wishing to follow a career in clinical sciences or academic and industrial research in the UK or overseas.
Within the programme we have world leading scientists, microbiologists and clinicians.
This programme is suitable for students with an undergraduate degree in: Mycology, Microbiology, Virology, Medical laboratory sciences, Medicine, Veterinary medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy or other biology degrees with an element of microbiology.
UK Scholarship in Medical Mycology
The Fungal Infection Trust has offered to completely subsidise the MSc fees of one strong UK applicant to the new Medical Mycology MSc to be run in Manchester over the next academic year.
There are insufficient medical mycologists in the UK for the burgeoning number of patients, especially those with fungal allergy and chronic infection, on top of the many thousands who acquire life-threatening mycoses. Vastly improved non-culture diagnostics, human genetic and immunology understanding, and new antifungal agents on the horizon promise a genuine revolution in care and prospects for greatly improved outcomes over the coming decades.
The course details can be found here: http://www.mhs.manchester.ac.uk/postgraduate/programmes/taughtmasters/medicalmycology
Applications should be made through the Manchester University portal; http://www.manchester.ac.uk/postgraduate/howtoapply and be accompanied by apply you need to provide a plan (Personal Statement, max 750 words) how you intend to use the scholarship to improve the diagnostics and care of patients with fungal infections in the UK. A support letter from the Head of your Hospital or Clinical laboratory summarising how your new skills will be put in use is highly recommended.
The details of the Fungal infection Trust can be found here: http://www.fungalinfectiontrust.org
|Molecular Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases: Applications and Challenges||Online course|
|Link||ASM will launch a ten-part course titled “Molecular Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases: Applications and Challenges” beginning February 4, 2014. The course is an intermediate practical course for laboratory personnel and is intended to provide in-depth discussions of current trends and challenges associated with molecular diagnostic methods as they are used and encountered in the clinical microbiology laboratory. Participants will learn about issues related to laboratory design/workflow for molecular testing; quality control/assurance programs and proficiency testing; verification and implementation of multiplex tests; quantitative assays and standards; mass spectrometry; and cost analysis. The course will end by highlighting the many technological advances occurring in the field and their potential applications in clinical microbiology. Topics will be presented as webinars for ten consecutive Tuesdays. Each will begin at 2:00 p.m. (eastern) with the expert’s 30-minute audio and slide presentation followed by 15 minutes for questions and answers. The webinars will be recorded and available for viewing as a webcast one week after the live event. These webcasts can be viewed by the purchaser an unlimited number of times for up to six months after the live event. ASM members can participate in one, two or all ten sessions. The cost is $25 per presentation in either format. This is a great way to spend any remaining 2013 training funds! Each presentation is approved for 0.5 P.A.C.E.® credit. CE credits can only be claimed by the purchaser. ASM is approved as a provider of continuing education programs in the clinical laboratory sciences by the ASCLS P.A.C.E.® Program. All presentations are recognized by the Florida Department of Health and qualify for Florida CE credit toward license renewal. To learn more about our intermediate course and to register visit the http://bit.ly/17tzxwc. Feel free to contact [email protected] with any questions.|