Dr Martin Marshall Professor of Healthcare Improvement at UCL, Improvement Science London and Chair-elect of the Royal College of General Practitioners ‘Rethinking Medicine’ Tue, 17 March 2020, 18:00 – 19:30 William Harvey Lecture Theatre, The University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine, View Map All guests welcome for snacks and drinks after the Lecture Please […]
Advance care planning significantly improves quality of life for patients with heart failure, concludes the first systematic evaluation of published evidence on this topic, led by Dr Markus Schichtel at the Primary Care Unit, University of Cambridge. The review shows that patients with heart failure who have had the opportunity to take part in advance […]
After the success of its two previous workshops on Anticipatory Prescribing, the Cambridge Palliative and End of Life Care Group held a further workshop for health professionals and policy makers on Wednesday, October 30 2019 in Cambridge. During it, we started drawing up professional guidance together.
Phd-candidate and physician Rune Aakvik Pedersen at the Primary Care Unit in Trondheim – currently visiting the PCU – has received the Research Award at the Helse Midt-Norge Research Conference in Kristiansund, Norway. Congratulations Rune, on your research award from the Patients Committee at the Helse Midt-Norge (Mid-Norway Hospital administration). Can you tell us a […]
A new BMJ Guideline on colorectal cancer screening, prepared by a panel including Dr Juliet Usher-Smith at the Primary Care Unit, is the first to avoid a blanket recommendation for colorectal cancer screening for all above a specific age. Instead the guideline suggests a personalized and risk-based approach for people aged 50 to 79 with […]