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Red Whale GP Update Course

Oct. 18, 2017 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

  • Red Whale GP Update
  • Mermaid Conference Centre London EC4V 3DB
  • 195
  • This comprehensive, one-day course is designed to get you up to speed with the latest evidence and guidance relevant to Primary Care and provides you with 6 CPD credits to help you meet the requirements for appraisals and revalidation. Directed by GP Lucy Jenkins, our market-leading GP Update Course is accredited by the RCGP. The GP presenters summarise and discuss the results of the most important new evidence and guidance, concentrating on what it means to you and your patients in the consulting room tomorrow. Delivered in a lecture based format, with plenty of time for interaction, humour and video clips, to keep you focused and awake. On the day, registration starts at 9.00am and the course runs from 9.30 to 5.00pm. The course fee includes refreshments throughout the day and a buffet lunch.
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Alternative Careers and Wellbeing for Doctors Conference

Oct. 27, 2017 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

  • Medic Footprints
  • De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms London WC2B 5DA
  • 199
  • LOOKING TO DIVERSIFY YOUR MEDICAL CAREER? Following two sold out events, the ‘Alternative Careers and Wellbeing for Doctors’ conference returns for its third year – this time with a focus on health tech. A two-day celebration of diversification and wellbeing in medicine, with sessions on coding, management consultancy and aesthetic medicine. Network with like-minded professionals and peers, and immerse yourself in inspirational talks from speakers with experiences in global health, artificial intelligence and network marketing. Early bird tickets available (with Exclusive Promo code: MyGPevents@ACW17) Ends 06/08/2017
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Doctorpreneurs Startup School 2017

Nov. 4, 2017 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.

  • Doctorpreneurs
  • Governors' Hall London SE1 7EH
  • 70
  • Doctorpreneurs is bringing back its highly successful Startup School this year, on Saturday 4th November at St Thomas' Hospital, London This will be a full day event aimed at entrepreneurial doctors, medical students and others interested in healthcare entrepreneurship, health technology, and innovation. The focus of the day will be to provide attendees with practical advice on how to run a healthcare startup, with inspiring insights from doctors turned entrepreneurs. You can expect: -Keynote talks - from doctors turned entrepreneurs and their journey building healthcare startups -Small group workshops - with practical advice on how to run your own healthcare startup -‘Doctorpreneurs Den’ Pitching Competition - 5 startups will be selected to pitch their ideas in front of a panel of founders and investors for a range of fantastic prizes. Listen to the founders behind the best products and services being built by early stage healthcare startups in the UK today. -Networking Opportunities - meet people in the healthcare startup field from all over the world and build unique connections to advance your healthcare startup career. Also includes: Lunch, Tea, Coffee and snacks throughout, exhibitor stands and associated career opportunities, what more could you want!
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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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Time Management for GPs: A one day seminar for primary care clinicians

Dec. 2, 2017 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

  • Dr Deen Mirza
  • Holiday Inn Express Hammersmith London W6 0QU
  • 145
  • Dr Deen Mirza, a self-help author for GPs, has written several books about time management in the consultation. He now presents ‘The Eight Phases Time Management Model for GPs’ in a one day seminar. This course adapts the time management literature geared for a corporate context to a medical setting. Based on the different periods of the GP’s working day, different aims for each non patient facing phase are outlined, to match energy with task complexity. Deen presents methods to achieve efficiency with patients during clinics are described in depth, based on interviews with fast and slow GPs. Techniques to improve quicker but more qualitative documentation are demonstrated. Deen outlines how we can balance the RCGP, defence organisations and GMC ideals of patient care against the chaotic clinical reality of primary care today.
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