PCRMM Annual Conference 2024
Moans, Groans and Bones – We Can Work it Out
28 June 2024

THE PCRMM CONFERENCE 2024

Moans, Groans and Bones – We Can Work It Out

A Primary Care Rheumatology Update

PCRMM CONFERENCE 2024
Friday 28th June 2024
Live at the Delta Marriott Hotel, Liverpool

We are delighted to announce this year’s PCRMM conference that will take place on Friday, 28th June 2024.

This year’s conference will be a live face-to-face event, and we are very excited about meeting you.

We have been working extremely hard to deliver a valuable, engaging event. The timetable (below) includes some fascinating and compelling talks and presentations, all with Q&A sessions. In addition, this year, the conference features a 45-minute Ultrasound Workshop.

We have been discussing the topics with speakers, who will be giving talks on subjects such as Gout Management, the IDEAL study, Psoriatic Arthritis, Malignant Spinal Cord Compression, Sjögren’s Syndrome, Metastatic Bone Disease, amongst others!

The success of our past conferences motivates us to try and improve each year and offer more of what will educate, stimulate and benefit you all. Our theme this year covers those aims, and we have listened to feedback to offer what we are sure will be of interest.

DISCOUNTS

Early Bird and Membership discounts are available. If you are a member, please ensure you sign in before buying your ticket.

If you are a non-member and would like to join, simply add your conference ticket and a membership subscription to your basket, and you will receive your discount.

TIMETABLE

9.00amRegistration & Coffee
9.20amIntroduction & Welcome
Dr Louise Warburton
Dr Chris Ellis
9.30amPractical Gout Management & Toolkit
Dr Nicky Goodson
Consultant Rheumatologist, University Hospital Aintree, Liverpool
10.15amIDEAL Study
Professor Jon Packham
Consultant Rheumatologist / Associate Medical Director for Physical Health, Rheumatology Department, Haywood Hospital, Stoke on Trent
Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
11.00amMorning Coffee
11.30amPsoriatic Arthritis in the Community – Should Everyone be Referred?
Professor Philip Helliwell
Professor of Clinical Rheumatology, Chapel Allerton Hospital, Leeds
12.15pmUltrasound Workshop
45 minutes – 2 groups

 

Lunch will run from 12.15pm until 1.45pm and delegates will take lunch either before or after their workshop

1.45pmMalignant Spinal Cord Compression
Kate Lacey
Macmillan Metastatic Spinal Cord Compression Service Lead
The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre
2.30pmSjögren’s Syndrome and Updates in Management of CTDs
Rosalind Benson
Consultant Rheumatologist Liverpool University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
3.15pmBreak
3.45pmMetastatic Bone Disease
Dr Birendra Kapoor
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Royal Liverpool Hospital
4.30pmMeeting Close

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Tickets are now available for the 2024 PCRMM Annual Conference:
Moans, Groans and Bones
We Can Work It Out
A Primary Care Rheumatology Update
28th June 2024, Delta Marriott Hotel, Liverpool

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