01 December - 01 December 2023

Realistic Medicine 2023: Creating Value for a Sustainable Future

Contact: Conference Team

Email the conference team below if you have any queries about the meeting. For any queries about your visit to Dundee email debbie.ree@dundeecity.gov.uk

About Realistic Medicine 2023: Creating Value for a Sustainable Future

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Realistic Medicine 2023: Creating Value for a Sustainable Future

This year the Realistic Medicine Team in Tayside will be holding a one-day Realistic Medicine 2023 Conference : Creating Value for a Sustainable Future.

The conference will focus on how Realistic Medicine is contributing to delivering Value Based Health and Care through delivering outcomes that matter most to people, in a manner that is kind, fostering careful stewardship of resources for a more sustainable health and care system.

This is a multi-disciplinary conference, and we are keen to have discussions and learning across specialties, interfaces and professions.  The Conference is open to a wide audience, including all clinical professions, patients, carers, social care staff, voluntary organisations, academics and students.

Our conference will take place on Friday 1 December 2023 at the Regional Performance Centre, Dundee. Please come along and join us.  

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Conference Venue - Regional Performance Centre

The conference is being held in the The Regional Performance Centre in Dundee. It is located in the Caird Park area, north of Dundee, just off the A90. Mains Loan is accessed from Claverhouse Road.

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Location: RPC Dundee, Mains Loan, Dundee, DD4 9BX

Parking: There are free car parking spaces at the venue but we do encourage you to car share where this is possible.

Cycling: There are also bike racks for anyone attending on a bike.

Bus: Plan your journey with Xplore Dundee - use the venue postcode for the location

Why Meet and Who Can Attend

Why meet?

  • Gain a better understanding of the subject matter and specialists from the host location
  • Learn how you might be able to create sustainable change at your work
  • Offers the opportunity to immerse into the subject, away from daily tasks
  • Networking and a sense of community, meet new people and make new contacts

Who can attend?

The Conference is open to a wide audience including all :

  • clinical professions
  • patients
  • carers
  • social care staff
  • voluntary organisations
  • academics and students

Please help spread the word about our conference to people you think would be interested to take part in the conversation.

Health & Wellbeing and Conference Sustainability Aims

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About NHS Tayside Realistic Medicine

Organising Committee

  • Dr Ellie Salter, Specialty Doctor in General & Palliative Medicine, Clinical Lead Realistic Medicine
  • Dr Paul Martin, Speciality Doctor in Perioperative Frailty and Medicine for the Elderly, Clinical lead Realistic Medicine
  • Dr Nico Grunenberg, GP Clinical Lead for Realistic Medicine
  • Dr Shobhan Thakore, Clinical Lead for Realistic Medicine
  • Hilary Provan, Realistic Medicine Programme Manager
  • Amanda Easson, Improvement Team
  • Ellie Williamson, Improvement Team

With support from Debbie Ree, Dundee City Region Convention Bureau

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Getting around Dundee and city centre map

Get active out and about in Dundee city.  A compact city bursting with places of interest, history, and things to see, it is so easy to get around.

Dundee’s active travel routes in and around the city have been developed over the last few years with a key objective to encourage active travel through walking, cycling and public transport, and deploy sustainable alternatives to decarbonise transport.  Read more on Dundee.com Active Travel website.

MixMap is a friendly, easy to use, locally produced Dundee map for tourists showcasing the colourful range of independent businesses, attractions and places of interest in Dundee and Broughty Ferry.

We want to help you make the most of your time in our city. Discover great little shops, welcoming restaurants, immersive attractions with MixMap The Dundee Tourist Map (opens a pdf document).

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Contact Us

For conference enquiries email TAY.improvementteam@nhs.scot 

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