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BCC, SCC or Not - 24 April 2018

Every month the RCGP Tamar Faculty organises evening meetings in Exeter. These meetings educate, update and provide a platform for peer group networking and mentorship.

The meetings are free of charge and RCGP membership not required.

All local GPs, Locums, First5s, AiTs, trainees, practice nurses and multi-disciplinary Primary Care staff are welcome to attend.

Start date24/04/2018
DurationEvening
LocationExeter

GP Receptionist masterclass part 2

The reception is the hub of the practice and exceptionally important to both patients and staff. With increasing demands now, more than ever, the receptionist's skills are tested on a daily basis. This insightful and practice one day training session aims to re-energise staff, increase self-confidence and offer arrange of skills to support this important position.

Start date25/04/2018
Duration1 day
LocationEdinburgh

RCGP Tamar Faculty 2018 Study Day - Lifestyle Management

The annual RCGP Tamar Faculty 2018 study day will this year be focusing on Lifestyle Management. A varied day has been put together with a mix of lectures and practical workshops.
At the end of the day delegates will be given a three day pass to use the Nuffield Health gym facilities.

Start date25/04/2018
Duration1 day
LocationPlymouth

Women's Health Update for General Practice

An evening event covering the women's health for general practice

Start date25/04/2018
DurationEvening
LocationBirmingham

GP Trainee and First5 evening - Management options within the bariatric population

Join us for an evening meeting looking at the management options within the bariatric population. As we see more people with complications of obesity or even incidentally presenting years post surgery can be a bit tricky and this is a great opportunity to get some information straight from and expert on the front line.

Hot food from 6.15pm talk from 7pm.

Start date25/04/2018
DurationEvening
LocationLeeds

Minor surgery

A two day minor surgery course devised and delivered by experts in their field.

Start date25/04/2018
Duration2 days
LocationBrighton

Bringing health and voluntary sectors together by tapping in to your local resources

Tapping in to your local resources is a collaborative event aimed at bringing together the health and voluntary sectors. Delegates will have the opportunity to explore case studies of national and local initiatives. Working collaboratively, we will then look at how person-centred care and social prescribing are working locally and what can be done to identify gaps, overcome challenges and ensure that the health and voluntary sectors are working together effectively to ensure access to the right services for the most vulnerable.

Start date25/04/2018
Duration1 day
LocationManchester

Ask The Expert

The Cumbria Faculty is running this free event for First 5 GPs and Trainees. Come and meet the 'Experts' at this networking session, where you can ask questions on how to enhance your career, looking at other aspects of medicine apart from general practice ie sports medicine, rheumatology, partnerships, GP education, to name but a few topics which can be discussed. This is a question and answer session so bring along any burning questions you would like answered by our panel of experts.

Start date25/04/2018
DurationEvening
LocationCarlisle

Understanding the national data opt-out and how it could affect your GP practice webinar

We are hosting a free webinar on understanding the national data opt-out.

Start date26/04/2018

Men's Health Day

A case study based learning day to develop effective strategies for diagnosing and managing men's health conditions. The meeting has been developed by GPs for GPs who wish to know more about men's health. Focus will be on the importance of prevention and early diagnosis of men's health conditions including sexual, prostatic, mental health, testosterone deficiency and metabolic syndrome. All participants will receive a complimentary copy of the new evidence based UK men's health guidelines for GPs.

Start date26/04/2018
Duration1 day
LocationOxford

Recruitment and Networking Evening

Recruitment and networking evening with dinner

Start date26/04/2018
DurationEvening
LocationBirmingham

Minor surgery

This popular two-day minor surgery course is recognised countrywide. Its content, and the unique elective system, helps you learn and keeps you fully engaged with the skin surgery syllabus for General Practitioners. It is restricted to 16 delegates to guarantee you a more focused trainer to delegate experience. The course includes a Direct Observation in Procedural Skills (DOPS) on the elliptical excision and layered skin closure, which is recognised for accreditation by CCGs and NHS England.

It has been carefully planned and written by Primary Care experts with the support of Plastic Surgeons, Dermatologists and Orthopaedic Surgeons. A review of the current medicolegal landscape highlights the pitfalls to avoid with ease. Taught by tutors with a background in general practice and led by the education lead for the Association of Surgeons in Primary Care and an expert witness for the MPS, MDU and GMC, this course guides you to an enjoyable, stress-free minor surgery practice.

Start date26/04/2018
Duration2 days
LocationWembley London

Joint Injections Evening

A practical, interactive joint injections course focusing on hands on experience using artificial models. The course will cover injection techniques to treat common musculoskeletal conditions. It will be facilitated by Mr Andrew Bebbington, Hand Surgeon ABMU, and supported by Dermal Laboratories.

Start date26/04/2018
DurationEvening
LocationCardiff

"From GP to MP, How to Win No Friends and Try to Influence People" George Swift Lecture 2018 with Sarah Wollaston

In 2018 we are proud to welcome Dr Sarah Wollaston MP to Wessex to present our George Swift Lecture 2018.

Start date26/04/2018
DurationEvening
LocationWinchester

Breast Update & Genetic Screening - Thursday 26 April 2018

Every month the RCGP organise CPD meetings in Torbay, these meetings aim to educate and give colleagues the chance to socialise. These meetings are free to attend and RCGP membership is not required.

Start date26/04/2018
DurationEvening
LocationTorquay

Safeguarding 27 April 2018

This is a A Level 3 Child Safeguarding Update for General Practice that focuses on the importance of practice organisation in primary and secondary prevention, identifying the most vulnerable patients, picking up red flags during the 10-minute consultation, and provides what GPs need to know about the most recent guidance, policy changes and new legislation

Start date27/04/2018
DurationHalf day
LocationLuton

Prescribing Lifestyle Medicine Course

This one-day masterclass will provide busy GPs with tools to tackle complex presentations with simple yet effective evidence derived lifestyle medicine interventions.

The increase in non-communicable disease and the rise in lifestyle related illnesses require a broad approach but with specific interventions.

Start date28/04/2018
Duration1 day
LocationLondon

Clinical Injectable Therapies April

Start date28/04/2018
Duration2 days
LocationLondon

Above the Neck Study Day

A one day event covering neurology, dental and oral problems in primary care, ophthalmology update including a practical session on assessing patients and eating disorders.

Start date30/04/2018
Duration1 day
LocationSwansea

RCGP practical training day: How can identifying and managing allergic disease help you care for your patients?

This meeting is focused on how identifying and managing allergy can help you improve the management of your patients with asthma, rhinitis, food allergy and Coeliac Disease. The meeting, which will be in an informal style which creates a lively discussion environment, is a practical training day; GPs and clinical experts will discuss how they use allergy testing in everyday practice, how allergy testing has changed how they manage their patients, what you need to do to request testing, and how to interpret results.

Start date01/05/2018
Duration1 day
LocationLondon

Reinvigorating GP Careers Workshop 2018

Are you looking for ways to reinvigorate your career or perhaps inspiration to improve your working day? Would you benefit from some time and space to think about your career and engage with a range of interesting speakers and stimulating workshops?

Severn Faculty RCGP are delighted to announce a new GP one day careers event this spring with emphasis on:
• Introducing new ideas and approaches to optimise your current ways of working
• Providing inspiration and time for thinking about your career
• Providing a showcase for the wide variety of GP careers and possibilities

Start date01/05/2018
Duration1 day
LocationBristol

Patient Online record access and Diabetes care webinar

We are hosting a free webinar for GPs and practice nurses on how Patient Online access for patients can help with a person-centred approach to providing care for patients with diabetes.

Start date02/05/2018
Duration1 day

AiT and First5 GPs Transitions Conference 2018

A one day conference in Nottingham to support GP Registrars in their final year of training and First5 GPs in their transition from training and onward through their careers.
The day will include topics, talks, lectures and seminars.

Start date02/05/2018
Duration1 day
LocationNottingham

AiT Leavers Event 2018

AiT Leavers Event 2018

Start date02/05/2018
Duration1 day
LocationLeicester

Palliative and End of Life Care Study Day Wednesday 2 May 2018

Caring for people in the final period of their lives is a challenging and rewarding part of our work as GPs. This one day course covers some of key issues in Palliative and End of Life Care in the community, including symptom management, prescribing and holding the difficult conversations. Combining presentations, interactive sessions and the opportunity to discuss recent or difficult cases in groups, it is designed for GPs at all stages of their careers.

Start date02/05/2018
Duration1 day
LocationCambridge

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