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This module provides a comprehensive overview of which patients you should ‘think coeliac’ in, how to test for coeliac disease in these patients, and advice on treating coeliac disease as recommended by experts in the field.
This module provides a comprehensive overview of the identification and management of food allergy in children. It includes presentations from experts in the field, and discusses history, testing and management of these patients.
Interactive online course exploring the most important challenge in modern healthcare, with modules such as therapeutics and clinical research in older people. Modules as CPD or up to MSc.
This MSc offers a clear focus on the clinical and applied aspects of working within secure environments. The programme is practice-based and covers a range of areas and topics applicable to working within secure environments.
The aim of this module is to provide the learner with a comprehensive overview of up-to-date clinical practice parameters and recent advances in allergy research. Clinical management will be grounded in the scientific basis of the allergic disease spectrum so that students may develop greater insight into how science translates into best clinical care. Learners will gain a detailed understanding of the allergic spectrum, including clinical assessment, diagnostic adjuncts, established and novel therapeutic strategies.
Wessex Faculty is delighted to invite you to our successful AGM event which this year will be in the summer and include a ceilidh. The short AGM including some award presentations will be followed by a sumptuous dinner with wine and dancing to a live ceilidh band. The evening is complimentary to Wessex Faculty members with a subsidised cost of only £25 for non member guests. The event is an excellent fun and social networking opportunity with your colleagues in Wessex.
Dermoscopy can help improve your diagnostic skills for benign skin lesions and skin cancer and help you manage referrals better.
This one-day course will provide a thorough introduction to botulinum toxin. Extensive tutorials, and demonstrations followed by hands on training injecting both a model then a patient. Rules, regulations and business advice also discussed with advice on setting up a clinic.
Join us for an academic seminar on 'Placing the spotlight on education in general practice' open to AiTs and First5 GPs.
This hands-on course will give plenty of opportunity to practice various techniques including suturing, removing cysts, lipomas and ingrowing toenails.
This evening event is for First5 GPs and the presentation for the evening is by Mr Edward Yates,Orthopaedic Consultant , who has specialist expertise in the management of lower limb problems. There will be a short presentation and then delegates will have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss difficult cases. Food will be served before the presentation.
Half day workshop covering some essential competences required for safeguarding children level 3
A two day theory and practical course on the skin surgery syllabus for General Practitioners
The North and West London Faculty are pleased to offer a new 1 day minor surgery refresher course for practitioners already competent at minor surgery who wish to update their skills.
Run by the North and West London Faculty - this is aimed at practitioners working with musculoskeletal patients who would like to improve their assessment, diagnosis and management skills of musculoskeletal conditions.
Aimed as a refresher at GPs who are already experienced in providing skin minor surgery, this educational activity is considered to be of high quality and relevant for general practitioners CPD and Revalidation and DOPS assessment needs.
This half-day course will give an update on Female Genital Mutilation, an overview of pelvic pain in adolescence through to adulthood, overview of management and current NICE guidance on Menopause and management of Heavy Menstrual Bleeding.
Morning session: Working with quality and Afternoon session: How to be a dementia friendly practice
How to be a dementia friendly practice
Working with quality
A half-day event focussed around autistic spectrum disorder, developed in partnership with Carole Buckley, the RCGP Clinical Champion for Autism and Autism Alliance. The event is funded by the Department of Health. The training delivered at this session will be given to the attending clinician to take back to their own practice in a form that is suitable for all members of staff. It can be included in the induction of all new-starters - including receptionists and will allow those with Autism equitable access to services.
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