QJM Moving Online – Update us with your details!

Our Journal, QJM, An International Journal of Medicine publishes peer-reviewed articles on internal medicine, which promote medical science and practice. The journal accepts original papers, editorials, reviews, commentary papers to air controversial issues, and correspondence. The Journal continues to be a very important source of income for the Association and for a long time a … Continue reading

October 20, 2020 AoP News

Grant Schemes Open for Applications

As part of our long-standing charitable mission to support groundbreaking medical research, we offer a range of grants. Application rounds are now open for: Links with Developing Countries – Round Closes 1 November 2020 The main aim of the scheme is to establish links with developing centres abroad, chiefly aiming at specific research projects. The … Continue reading

October 20, 2020 AoP News

Expressions of interest sought for the role of Association of Physicians of Great Britain & Ireland Executive Committee (ExCom) Member

In March 2021, Professors Menna Clatworthy (Renal – Cambridge); Andrew Godkin (Gastroenterology / Hepatology – Cardiff) and Robert Semple (Endocrinology & Diabetes -Edinburgh) come to the end of their tenure as AoP ExCom Members. We would like to thank them for their enthusiasm and commitment over the years, and wish them well. Expressions of Interest … Continue reading

October 8, 2020 AoP News

AoP Webinar series: Emerging issues in medicine “Can evidence-based medicine survive in a pandemic?”

The Covid-19 pandemic emerged and consumed over half a million lives within 6 months. There has been an unprecedented response from the medical research community but dissemination of data has often occurred via media announcements and pre-prints without the usual checks of the peer review process. Has this served us well under the circumstances? Or … Continue reading

August 11, 2020 AoP News

Webinar: Successful Remote Interviewing – Watch online

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has a significant impact on our meeting culture. This also applies to interview situations, including those for PhD studentships, research fellowships and NHS and academic appointments. Early career researchers are particularly affected by this and face the unusual situation of online interviews and remote panel meetings. The Association of Physicians delivered … Continue reading

July 1, 2020 AoP News, ECR News

Free Webinar: Successful Remote Interviewing

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has a significant impact on our meeting culture. This also applies to interview situations, including those for PhD studentships, research fellowships and NHS and academic appointments. Early career researchers are particularly affected by this and face the unusual situation of online interviews and remote panel meetings. Tuesday 30 June @ 1pm … Continue reading

June 15, 2020 AoP News, APAM 2020

Statement from The President of The Association of Physicians of Great Britain & Ireland ~APAM 2020 and COVID-19

APAM 2020 Moving to 15 & 16 March 2021 (not 16 & 17 March as previously advertised) In response to COVID-19 and its ongoing impact on our lives and work, we’ve taken the decision to postpone our annual conference to March 2021.  Our focus on interdisciplinary medicine has never been more vital. As this complex health challenge … Continue reading

March 31, 2020 AoP News, APAM 2020

Call for Nominations from members of the Association to serve the Executive Committee

Nominations are requested from members of the Association to serve the Executive Committee. The Opportunities Following a governance review in 2019, the AoP seeks to strengthen its Executive Committee to support the Association as it continues its exciting development. Currently, all members of the Executive Committee are considered ‘Trustees’ of the Association and are therefore … Continue reading

January 20, 2020 AoP News
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