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Thyroid and PCOS

June 7, 2017 6 p.m. - 9 p.m.

  • UCLH Hospital Trust
  • Education Centre London NW1 2PG
  • 0
  • The course is free to all delegates and a light supper will be provided between 18:00 – 19:00. Reservations can be made by emailing: gpeducation@uclh.nhs.uk
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Sport, Exercise and Health

Sept. 6, 2017 6 p.m. - 9 p.m.

  • UCLH Hospital Trust
  • Education Centre London NW1 2PG
  • 0
  • Speaker - Aria Ghassemi. The course is free to all delegates and a light supper will be provided between 18:00 – 19:00. Reservations can be made by emailing: gpeducation@uclh.nhs.uk
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Frailty

Nov. 30, 2017 6 p.m. - 9 p.m.

  • UCLH Hospital Trust
  • Education Centre London NW1 2PG
  • 0
  • Speaker - Nadia Raja. The course is free to all delegates and a light supper will be provided between 18:00 – 19:00. Reservations can be made by emailing: gpeducation@uclh.nhs.uk
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London Healthcare Conference

July 4, 2017 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

  • Independent Doctors Federation
  • Royal Society of Medicine London W1G 0AE
  • 180
  • Multi-specialty programme focusing on the latest innovation and excellence in patient care. All speakers leading consultants in their fields. Keynote address provided by Dr. Kevin Fong, consultant anaesthetist at University College London. CPD points to be awarded.
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Health Tech Conference

June 20, 2017 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

  • HealthtechXEurope 2017
  • RCGP London NW1 2FB
  • 550
  • An exciting Health Tech Conference with great speakers. Would suit GPs who are interested in Health Tech/Founding startups/Innovation in and out of the NHS. Tickets usually £550 Exclusive myGPevents discount for the First 20 signups at £75.00 with the following code - HTXMYGP75
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The 21st Century GP: everything you need to know when qualifying

July 6, 2017 6 p.m. - 10 p.m.

  • Network Locum
  • Network Locum HQ London EC2A 4DN
  • 0
  • This is not your standard Life After CCT. Our young, dynamic GP team are delivering an evening for GP trainees to remember. The night carries 4 CPD points and covers vital topics, but it's also an opportunity to establish connections that can deliver a lifetime of professional support for the new generation of GPs. Our GP community is designed to help all GPs thrive in their profession. We're all about bringing GP into the 21st Century, making it fun, efficient, taking advantage of smart new technology, and supporting a close-knit community that makes it easy to prosper in the profession. Here's to your bright future!
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Arora CSA Course

Aug. 5, 2017 8 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

  • Arora Medical Education
  • Crowne Plaza Solihull Birmingham B91 3QD
  • 475
  • Our intense 1-day CSA course is designed to immerse you right into the most challenging CSA cases, allowing you to learn through experience and pressurised role-play. - 28 challenging cases in 1 day. - Small numbers - max 6 other trainees. - DVD of your cases to watch back after. - Run by a GP and educator who has passed the CSA. - Coverage includes genetics, palliative care, angry patients, young patients. - Courses run across the UK from August to May.
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Arora CSA Course

Aug. 6, 2017 8 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

  • Arora Medical Education
  • Holiday Inn Brent Cross London NW2 1LP
  • 475
  • Our intense 1-day CSA course is designed to immerse you right into the most challenging CSA cases, allowing you to learn through experience and pressurised role-play. - 28 challenging cases in 1 day. - Small numbers - max 6 other trainees. - DVD of your cases to watch back after. - Run by a GP and educator who has passed the CSA. - Coverage includes genetics, palliative care, angry patients, young patients. - Courses run across the UK from August to May.
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Stress in the GP workplace: How to manage and reduce this

June 14, 2017 8:45 a.m. - 5 p.m.

  • Royal Society of Medicine
  • Royal Society of Medicine London W1G 0AE
  • 150
  • This meeting will also allow others to understand the extent of workload pressures on GPs and to explore ways that they may support the GP profession. At the end of this meeting the participants will be able to: Understand the nature of stress at work load stress in general practice, the causes of stress, and how stress can be mitigated Learn about techniques and strategies for stress reduction, application to the workplace Learn how to access support from outside bodies Understand how to Incorporate resilience in to professional lives Know about approaches to supporting GP trainees and health for their future practice
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An essential survival kit for new GPs

July 4, 2017 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

  • Londonwide LMCs
  • Woburn House London WC1H 9HQ
  • 50
  • A practical one day conference for GPs who are about to complete their training; in the early years of their careers or looking for a change. You will learn what they don’t teach you in VTS; what isn’t covered in the curriculum and what you won’t find anywhere else. Get the essential facts from a wide range of topics including starting out as a locum; appraisal essentials from NB Hot Topics; negotiating contracts; agreeing job plans; working safely and managing risk; OOH working; complaints and GMC performance issues; portfolio opportunities; maximising income; new retainer scheme; myth-busting the contractual environment for GPs; what the future actually holds for you and much more … all delivered by leading representatives of UK general practice.
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7 Emergencies A GP Should Never Miss

June 22, 2017 6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

  • Doctify and MyLocumManager
  • Interchange, Triangle Building London NW1 8AB
  • 0
  • Doctify and MyLocumManager are excited to be hosting an inspirational CPD event (1.5 CPD points) together in a great location. The Triangle Building in Camden is a beautiful co-working space and overlooks Camden Lock. (Registration is free). Ophthalmic Emergencies | Mr Alex Shortt Cardiac Emergencies | Dr Pantazis Endocrine Emergencies | Dr Mark Vanderpump Tapas & Networking
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Primary Care Update

June 24, 2017 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.

  • Belmatt
  • Darwin Room Middx UB8 3PH
  • 125
  • Topics Covered Womens Health HRT, Management of Endometriosis, PCOs, pelvic pain and urinary incontinence, LUTI, menorrhagia: When to refer? Child Health The Limping child. Red flags for Paeds in General Practice. An overview of "Is my child normal" Paediatric Consultant, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital Blood Results Interpretation
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Safeguarding Children

July 5, 2017 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

  • Londonwide LMCs
  • Entrance D, Tavistock House South London WC1H 9LG
  • 160
  • This training course will help delegates gain the skills to act appropriately and confidently to protect the children they provide services to in a designated child safeguarding role. Delegates will learn how to recognise, report and record concerns about a child at risk. It is aimed at all clinical staff working with children, young people and/or their parents/carers and who could potentially contribute to assessing, planning, intervening and evaluating the needs of a child or young person and parenting capacity where there are safeguarding/child protection concerns. Please note the delegate fee covers venue, catering and training provider costs.
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Pulse LIVE Birmingham

June 20, 2017 8:45 a.m. - 5 p.m.

  • Pulse
  • National Conference Centre Solihull B92 0EJ
  • 0
  • The must-attend event for all GPs, containing multiple streams of seminars and workshops which will tackle clinical, regulatory, practice business and personal development topics and a carefully selected exhibition, you are guaranteed to find plenty of learning opportunities whether you are a GP Partner, sessional or trainee. Why attend? • Hear from leading figures from policy on managing change and preparing for challenges in the next 12 months. • Understand the key implications of recent NICE guidance and how it will affect the way you treat patients. • Develop your diagnostic skills with interactive, smaller group workshops on topics including allergy, men’s health and dermatology. • Network with colleagues from across the Midlands and rest of the UK. • Connect with innovative suppliers who will explain the latest solutions to increasing efficiency, improving patient outcomes and integration.
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Pulse LIVE Newcastle

July 5, 2017 8:45 a.m. - 5 p.m.

  • Pulse
  • Hilton Hotel Newcastle Gateshead Newcastle NE8 2AR
  • 0
  • The must-attend event for all GPs, containing multiple streams of seminars and workshops which will tackle clinical, regulatory, practice business and personal development topics and a carefully selected exhibition, you are guaranteed to find plenty of learning opportunities whether you are a GP Partner, sessional or trainee. Why attend? • Hear from leading figures from policy on managing change and preparing for challenges in the next 12 months. • Understand the key implications of recent NICE guidance and how it will affect the way you treat patients. • Develop your diagnostic skills with interactive, smaller group workshops on topics including allergy, ophthalmology and dermatology. • Network with colleagues from across the North East and rest of the UK. • Connect with innovative suppliers who will explain the latest solutions to increasing efficiency, improving patient outcomes and integration
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Pulse LIVE Liverpool

Oct. 3, 2017 8:45 a.m. - 5 p.m.

  • Pulse
  • Exhibition Centre Liverpool Liverpool L3 4FP
  • 0
  • The must-attend event for all GPs, containing multiple streams of seminars and workshops which will tackle clinical, regulatory, practice business and personal development topics and a carefully selected exhibition, you are guaranteed to find plenty of learning opportunities whether you are a GP Partner, sessional or trainee. Why attend? • Hear from leading figures from policy on managing change and preparing for challenges in the next 12 months. • Understand the key implications of recent NICE guidance and how it will affect the way you treat patients. • Develop your diagnostic skills with interactive, smaller group workshops on topics including allergy, men’s health and dermatology. • Network with colleagues from across the North West and the rest of the UK. • Connect with innovative suppliers who will explain the latest solutions to increasing efficiency, improving patient outcomes and integration.
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Pulse LIVE Scotland

Nov. 2, 2017 8:45 a.m. - 5 p.m.

  • Pulse
  • SECC Glasgow G3 8YW
  • 0
  • The must-attend event for all GPs, containing multiple streams of seminars and workshops which will tackle clinical, regulatory, practice business and personal development topics and a carefully selected exhibition, you are guaranteed to find plenty of learning opportunities whether you are a GP Partner, sessional or trainee. Why attend? • Hear from leading figures from policy on managing change and preparing for challenges in the next 12 months. • Understand the key implications of recent NICE guidance and how it will affect the way you treat patients. • Develop your diagnostic skills with interactive, smaller group workshops on topics including allergy, men’s health and dermatology. • Network with colleagues from across the North West and the rest of the UK. • Connect with innovative suppliers who will explain the latest solutions to increasing efficiency, improving patient outcomes and integration.
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Pulse Learning Seminar: CVD & Diabetes

June 14, 2017 8:45 a.m. - 5:15 p.m.

  • Pulse
  • Congress Centre London WC1B 3LN
  • 99
  • From common co-morbidities to risk stratification and the latest evidence-based treatments, the Pulse Learning Seminar on CVD & Diabetes will deliver key learning points and practical guidance to help you improve patient outcomes and ensure you are up to date with the latest guidelines and recommendations. Join us for: • In depth workshops focussed on the challenges most critical to primary care and delivered by specialist GPs and consultants in their field. • Onsite and post-event quizzes to test your learning as well as audit suggestions to put towards your next appraisal. • Up to 6 hours towards your CPD requirements, a certificate of attendance and post-event access to presentations and resources to continue your learning beyond the day • The chance to network with like-minded colleagues from across the UK, share common obstacles and discuss solutions
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Pulse Learning Seminar: Womens Health

Sept. 13, 2017 8:45 a.m. - 5 p.m.

  • Pulse
  • Congress Centre London WC1B 3LN
  • 69
  • The programme for the Pulse Learning Seminar: Women’s Health is currently in development. Working with nationally recognised experts women’s health and gynaecology and using feedback from hundreds of your colleagues who have attended past Pulse events, this event is sure to be an invaluable use of precious time away from practice. From the latest NICE guidance to contraindications to differential diagnosis, the programme will deliver key learning points and practical guidance to help you improve patient outcomes and ensure you are up to date with the latest evidence based recommendations. We have an early bird ticket price available until 19th July, book your place now and save yourself £30!
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Preventing avoidable Atrial Fibrillation (AF) related strokes in Primary Care An interactive case-based workshop

June 10, 2017 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

  • MediConf
  • MKCC Milton Keynes MK6 2TG
  • 0
  • Part 1: Preventing an avoidable AF-related stroke - Why is an AF-related stroke so devastating? - How many patients in your practice have AF? - What is the current guidance? - Which patients are most at risk? Part 2: Patients with AF: Who is in your waiting room and how to manage them? - New patient presentation - AF diagnosis - Counselling your patient - Documenting your consultation Risk stratification - Treatment initiation and ongoing patient care - Patients who are poorly anticoagulated - Patients who have been exception reported - Rapid fire round on practical issues
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Contraceptive Technology Update

June 10, 2017 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

  • MediConf
  • The Studio Manchester M1 1BB
  • 29
  • Speaker - Professor John Guillebaud A Selection of the following subject to time and audience request 1. World Population, Family Planning and Sustainability “Either we reduce our numbers voluntarily, or nature will do it for us brutally” Maurice Strong, at the UN Environment Conference, Rio 1992 2. New developments in UK Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) including Training for Practice Nurses and GPs through the Faculty of SRH 3. What’s on the way out? Some methods and some practices (like routine follow-ups) And what in contraception is new - or old news yet important, ripe for rediscovery? 4. 21st century Pill-prescribing: tricycling, 365/365 or 24/4, but preferably now NOT 21/7 5. NuvaRing, Qlaira, Zoely and Daylette – all to be welcomed, for selected cases 6. Quick-starting & Bridging, and the protocols to use if progestogens follow hormonal EC 7. Another plug for EC by Cu: 10 x greater efficacy, quick-starting, & gives long-term option 8. Contraception in Lactation 9. Case cameos, to introduce the Proving not Pregnant Protocol 10. The LARCs – unapologetically promoted, AGAIN! 11. Intrauterine contraceptives (IUCs meaning IUDs & IUSs) – the best of the best? 12. Parenteral contraceptives (Depo-Provera, Sayana Press, Nexplanon) 13. Diseases and drugs which interact in contraception 14. Contraception in Adolescence and Peri-menopausally 15. Summary of the morning: 21 messages which may change your practice
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Menopause Study Morning

June 10, 2017 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

  • MediConf
  • Leeds Beckett University Leeds LS6 3QS
  • 29
  • Speaker - Katy Abernethy Various topics related to Menopause, review of NICE guidance, HRT
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Womens Health Update

June 10, 2017 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

  • MediConf
  • Best Western Premier Kegworth DE74 2DF
  • 29
  • Speaker - Diane Mansour topics Contraception Sexual Health PCOS Heavy Menstrual Bleeding
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Consultation Skills: Finding Your Inner Physician

June 10, 2017 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

  • MediConf
  • University of the West of England Bristol BS34 8QZ
  • 0
  • Speaker - Dr Roger Neighbour In this seminar based on his 2016 book "The Inner Physician", Roger Neighbour (author of "The Inner Consultation") suggests that every doctor retains an untrained ‘ordinary human being’ part that makes an important but often neglected contribution to practice. Drawing upon film and literature as well as clinical examples, Roger aims to help participants recognise those aspects of their personal histories, emotions and personalities that impact on patients. Drawing on the non-medical parts of our experience can enhance our insight and empathy with patients, and makes for greater effectiveness in the consulting room. You can expect to be stimulated, intrigued and challenged – but ultimately inspired!
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Womens Health Update

June 17, 2017 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

  • MediConf
  • Cardiff School of Management Cardiff CF5 2YB
  • 29
  • Speaker - Diane Mansour Topics Contraception Sexual Health PCOS Heavy Menstrual Bleeding
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Musculoskeletal Study Morning

June 17, 2017 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

  • MediConf
  • The H Suite Birmingham B16 0AA
  • 20
  • Speaker Dr David Price The Shoulder - Shoulder-differential diagnosis of shoulder problems - 5 minute examination - How to treat them - When to inject Common Referrals to the MSK Clinic How to treat: - Trigger Fingers - Ganglions - De Quervain's - Tennis Elbow - Trochanteric Bursitis - Anterior Knee Pain - Achilles Tendonitis - Plantar Fasciitis - Metatarsalgia
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Respiratory Update

June 17, 2017 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

  • MediConf
  • Beechlawn House Hotel Belfast BT17 9RR
  • 29
  • Speaker - Dr Steve Holmes Key Topics in 2017 Asthma – 2017 New diagnosis guidelines (BTS / SIGN) and applying them Treatment update (maintenance and acute) Children and wheeze in the under 5 year group Exercise and asthma (athletes and normal people!) COPD – 2017 Early accurate diagnosis (microspirometry, spirometry and the clinical process) Treatment update (maintenance and acute) Applying lots of guidelines to an individual - how do other morbidities affect our medical management in COPD? New Inhalers A run down on the latest products Hot Topics 2017 This area will cover key updates on other respiratory conditions where major evidence and guidelines should influence our practice in primary care including: Exercise benefits and the lung Smoking and e-cigarette update Antibiotics – when to use in potential infections Latest tips for diagnosis and management of other respiratory diseases (cancer / ILD / bronchiectasis)
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Rheumatology Study Morning

June 17, 2017 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

  • MediConf
  • Jurys Inn Middlesbrough Middlesbrough TS1 1JH
  • 20
  • Speaker - Dr Vinodh Devakumar Rheumatology Study Morning A summary overview of the most common primary care Rheumatology conditions with key points on diagnosis, management and referral in to secondary care. Objectives: By the end of the morning you should a greater understanding on aspects of the following conditions: - Osteoporosis - Gout - Polymyalgia Rheumatica - Early inflammatory Arthritis - Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain
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Preventing avoidable Atrial Fibrillation (AF) related strokes in Primary Care An interactive case-based workshop

June 17, 2017 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

  • MediConf
  • American Express Community Stadium Brighton BN1 9BL
  • 0
  • Part 1: Preventing an avoidable AF-related stroke - Why is an AF-related stroke so devastating? - How many patients in your practice have AF? - What is the current guidance? - Which patients are most at risk? Part 2: Patients with AF: Who is in your waiting room and how to manage them? - New patient presentation - AF diagnosis - Counselling your patient - Documenting your consultation Risk stratification - Treatment initiation and ongoing patient care - Patients who are poorly anticoagulated - Patients who have been exception reported - Rapid fire round on practical issues
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Womens Health Update

June 24, 2017 8:45 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

  • MediConf
  • The Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel Glasgow G81 4SA
  • 29
  • Speaker - Dr Anne Connolly Women's Health Part One Using case based discussion,understanding the importance of a life-course approach, we will explore a range of typical problems that women present to us in our primary care clinics to update and improve the care we provide. Cases will include problems from a selection of: contraception menopause management menstrual disorders fertility concerns PCOS continence female cancers vulval dermatology
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Injectable Therapies in Diabetes Demystified

June 24, 2017 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

  • MediConf
  • Royal Society of Medicine London W1G 0AE
  • 0
  • Following this session, delegates will be able to: • Provide patients with Type 2 Diabetes, greater insight into the place of injectable therapy in their treatment plans. • Help overcome issues around barriers to injectable therapy including injection fears and perceptions. • Describe the practical steps in initiation of GLP1 therapy – gaining local support subsequently if required. • Better support patients already on insulin therapy in their practice, interpreting blood glucose profiles and advising on insulin adjustment. • Coach patient self-management of their condition and treatment.
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Consultation Skills: Finding Your Inner Physician

June 24, 2017 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

  • MediConf
  • Plymouth International Business Park Plymouth PL6 5DA
  • 29
  • In this seminar based on his 2016 book "The Inner Physician", Roger Neighbour (author of "The Inner Consultation") suggests that every doctor retains an untrained ‘ordinary human being’ part that makes an important but often neglected contribution to practice. Drawing upon film and literature as well as clinical examples, Roger aims to help participants recognise those aspects of their personal histories, emotions and personalities that impact on patients. Drawing on the non-medical parts of our experience can enhance our insight and empathy with patients, and makes for greater effectiveness in the consulting room. You can expect to be stimulated, intrigued and challenged – but ultimately inspired!
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Leadership Conversations

July 4, 2017 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

  • Practive
  • Practive@hoxton London E2 7SW
  • 900
  • “A problem only exists in the absence of the right conversation” Werner Erhard We invite you to participate in a two-day in-depth, practical, powerful immersion in the art and science of conversation and dialogue. After the workshop you will: • Be more effective in your current role, with greater insight, authority and impact; • Experience a shift in mindset from avoiding ‘difficult’ conversations, to feeling resourced to have many different conversations in many different contexts; • Be better able to manage positively other people’s experience of you; • Have a greater ability to work with diverse views and conflict within groups.
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Launch: Lancet Commission on Diabetes in sub-Saharan Africa

July 6, 2017 12:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.

  • London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
  • London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine London WC1E 7HT
  • 0
  • In 2014, The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology Commission on Diabetes sub-Saharan Africa convened a team of academics, clinicians, economists, and people who work in governmental and non-governmental organisations to identify targets and milestones for diabetes, and ways of strengthening health systems in sub-Saharan Africa to make cost-effective intervention possible. This event will present and debate the results of these discussions.
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Essential Paediatrics for GPs

June 14, 2017 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

  • Imperial College
  • National Heart and Lung Institute London SW3 6LY
  • 320
  • 2 Day Event - 14-15th September Topics: - Enuresis and constipation - Eating disorders - Immunisation - New and current issues - Talking with parents - Spotting emergencies in the GP surgery - Red flags and epilepsy - Reflux - Common surgical conditions - Paediatric dermatology pearls - Clinical challengers in paediatric ENT - Early detection of mental health issues - Gynaecological disorders in adolescents - Food allergies £320 both days, £190 for 1 day
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The 21st Century GP: everything you need to know when qualifying

July 4, 2017 6 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.

  • Network Locum
  • The Bond Company Birmingham B5 5SE
  • 0
  • This is not your standard Life After CCT. Our young, dynamic GP team are delivering an evening for GP trainees to remember. The night carries 4 CPD points and covers vital topics, but it's also an opportunity to establish connections that can deliver a lifetime of professional support for the new generation of GPs. Our GP community is designed to help all GPs thrive in their profession. We're all about bringing GP into the 21st Century, making it fun, efficient, taking advantage of smart new technology, and supporting a close-knit community that makes it easy to prosper in the profession. Here's to your bright future!
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The 21st Century GP: everything you need to know when qualifying

June 28, 2017 6 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.

  • Network Locum
  • Didsbury House Hotel Manchester M20 5LJ
  • 0
  • This is not your standard life after CCT event. Our young, dynamic GP team are delivering an evening for GP trainees, first 5s, and GPs to remember. The night carries 4 CPD points and covers vital topics to support you in general practice, but it's also an opportunity to establish connections that can deliver a lifetime of professional support. Our GP community is designed to help all GPs thrive in their profession. We're all about bringing GP into the 21st Century, making it fun, efficient, taking advantage of smart new technology, and supporting a close-knit community that makes it easy to prosper in the profession. The future is bright! The event is certificated and carries 4 CPD points. This is an event delivered in partnership with the Family Doctor Association.
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Virology

July 20, 2017 6 p.m. - 9 p.m.

  • UCLH Hospital Trust
  • UCLH Education Centre London NW1 2PG
  • 0
  • This GP event is FREE of charge and supper will be provided between 18:00-18:55 The evening will be led by:Emilie Sanchez (Consultant Virologist) and Eleni Nastouli (Consultant Virologist) Workshop 1 Presentation of the virology clinical service at UCLH Workshop 2 Investigation of viral hepatitis infections Workshop 3 Update on Zika virus infection. Workshop 4 Investigation of rashes in clinical virology
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