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MSc Healthcare in Secure Environments

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.

LocationLincoln

Allergy Education website educational content

AllergyEducation.co.uk is an educational website which contains educational content for Primary care (GPs and Practice Nurses), and secondary care.

Fracture Prevention Practitioner Training (Foundation & Advanced Level)

This online training course aims to enable Fracture Prevention Practitioners to deliver excellent health care to people with or at risk of osteoporosis and fragility fractures throughout the UK, using nationally agreed best-practice standards. This is the only course of its kind that provides the underpinning knowledge required to deliver best practice.

Think, Test, Treat Gastro website educational content

GastroEducation.co.uk is an educational website which contains educational content on Gastroenterology (IBS, IBD and coeliac disease) for GPS and Practice Nurses.

Recovery from Distress and Depression Using Guided Self Help Resilience Training

Foundation for Positive Mental Health – a charity providing high quality education, training & treatment resources for mental health wellbeing, resilience & recovery from depression. For patients & staff.

Training workshops and e-learning modules for GPs & other clinicians. Guide your depressed patients’ recovery with an audio programme; Positive Mental Training -Feeling Good app. Integrate Olympic sports mind/body science into your everyday practice. Build knowledge & skills in emotional resilience. Free app access for yourself & patients.

LocationEdinburgh

Red Flags - Early Diagnosis and Prompt Referal for MND

We’ve worked with RCGP to create a Red Flag tool for MND, designed to help GPs make timely referrals to neurology and speed up the time to accurate diagnosis. This presentation accompanies the Red Flag Tool so that it can be shared in a training environment.

Osteoporosis Resources for Primary Care (ORPC)

This online course is a joint initiative of the RCGP and the National Osteoporosis Society. Its aim is to equip GPs, practice nurses and other members of the practice team with relevant information about osteoporosis in light of its inclusion in the QOF. This online course will test users on the diagnosis, treatment and management of patients with osteoporosis specifically in Primary Care.

UpToDate

UpToDate is a clinical decision support resource for GPs, physicians and medical trainees worldwide. This clinical knowledge resource incorporates the latest medical findings, the best available evidence and practical recommendations for patient care and as such provides extensive opportunities for learning and CPD.

Medical Records in Primary Care

This online course explores important issues in relation to medical records and helps develop skills to improve record keeping and reduce exposure to risk.

Vaccines in Practice e-learning

This e-learning module covers the foundation of clinical vaccinology relevant to UK practitioners working with children. It primarily facilitates the development of skills in communicating the benefits of vaccination. The core target audience is paediatric and GP trainees and the content has been mapped to the RCPCH and RCGP curricula.

Top Tips in Dermatology & Lesion Recognition and Introduction to Dermoscopy

The PCDS have great pleasure in announcing a new addition to our educational programme. This lesion recognition course with an introduction to dermoscopy is a half day course covering tips on how to diagnose skin lesions, when to refer and how urgently. Dermoscopy enables you to see into the top layers of the skin, therefore structures and colours become visible that are not apparent otherwise. Join us to enhance your lesion recognition skills.

Start date26/11/2016
Duration1 day
LocationLondon

Dermoscopy For Beginners

Dermoscopy can help improve your diagnostic skills for benign skin lesions and skin cancer and help you manage referrals better.

Start date01/12/2016
Duration1 day
LocationNottingham

Pharmacogenetics - discover the science behind Personalised Medicine

This is a fully interactive online CPD course that will enable participants to develop their understanding of the science and application of Pharmacogenetics. This will in turn help the practitioner make informed choices about the selection of pharmacogenetic tests that can guide treatment and other choices about patient management.

Start date16/01/2017

Allergy in Primary Care

A free RCGP Accredited allergy course for GPs will take place at the Royal Society of Medicine on 15 May 7pm -9.30 pm.

The programme will contain the following talks:

• Dr Robert Boyle Consultant Paediatric Allergist "Timing of allergenic food introduction to infants - new recommendations How to prevent infants from developing allergy"

• Dr Saul Berkovitz Consultant in Allergy "Management of Spontaneous Urticaria. Anti-IgE Treatment and NICE Guidelines."

• Dr Michael Rudenko Consultant in Allergy and Immunology "Why do our patients get bad Hay Fever and what we can do to help them"

To reserve your free place, please visit: http://www.UKallergy.com/GP

Start date15/05/2017
DurationEvening
LocationLondon

Examination of the Newborn: Routine Examination & Care of the Low Risk Infant

This course will provide a practical approach to newborn and infant physical examination from clinical experts with particular emphasis on the screening elements together with an overview of common clinical problems presenting in infancy with an emphasis on the early recognition of infants at risk and their appropriate management.

Start date19/05/2017
Duration1 day
LocationManchester

Examination of the Newborn: Routine Examination & Care of the Low Risk Infant

This course will provide a practical approach to newborn and infant physical examination from clinical experts with particular emphasis on the screening elements together with an overview of common clinical problems presenting in infancy with an emphasis on the early recognition of infants at risk and their appropriate management.

Start date30/06/2017
Duration1 day
LocationLondon

Minor Surgical Skills

A two day interactive theory and practice course designed to prepare those new to these skills to undertake minor surgical procedures. The course is also ideal for those already performing procedures who need to update or refresh their knowledge and skills. The course meets the DoH requirement (2014 DES minor surgery contract) for formal assessment of competency by the inclusion of Direct Observation of Procedural Skills (DOPS) assessments during practical skills sessions.

Start date06/07/2017
Duration2 days
LocationLondon

Joint and Soft Tissue Injection Training

A one day interactive, theory and practice course covering the assessment, diagnosis, treatment and management of musculoskeletal conditions such as: frozen shoulder, carpal tunnel, tennis/golfer’s elbow, ‘trigger’ finger, De Quervain’s tenosynovitis, rotator cuff tendinopathy, acromioclavicular joint OA, bicipital tendonitis, trochanteric bursitis, aspiration/ injection of the knee joint, Carpometacarpal (CMC) osteoarthritis (OA), Morton's neuroma and plantar fasciitis.

Start date10/07/2017
Duration1 day
LocationLondon

Botulinum Toxin Safe prescribing and administration course

With a maximum of 4 delegates, each course covers both NHS and cosmetic uses of Botulinum toxin as well as legal and ethical Issues. Now in its third year of accreditation with the RCGP we have gained very high feedback from delegates and all comment on how safe, confident and well supported they feel following attendance. There are lectures and discussions while allowing time for simulation and practice on mannequins before culminating in treating live models. All delegates will get suitable time to treat live models, receive a course booklet, samples of injection records and consent forms. All equipment for the day will be provided.

As the use of Botulinum toxin continues to grow and evolve so it is important that GPs understand the common uses, side effects and be able to deal with its complications. GPs, even if not directly administering Botulinum toxin directly are very likely to encounter patients who have had Botulinum toxin. It is important to know the indications for the drug and also the complications that may arise. This course provides an introduction to Botulinum toxin allowing participants if they wish to continue on to level 7 courses proposed by Health Education England.

Learning Objectives:
To understand the pharmacology, pharmacodynamics, safety issues and uses of Botulinum toxin
To understand the evidence base for common uses seen in General practice
To assess patients who may benefit from Botulinum toxin treatment
To safely prescribe and use Botulinum toxin for various medical uses including cosmetic uses
To understand the regulations around the safe use of Botulinum toxin

Start date15/07/2017
Duration1 day
LocationNewport

Botulinum Toxin Safe prescribing and administration course

With a maximum of 4 delegates, each course covers both NHS and cosmetic uses of Botulinum toxin as well as legal and ethical Issues. Now in its third year of accreditation with the RCGP we have gained very high feedback from delegates and all comment on how safe, confident and well supported they feel following attendance. There are lectures and discussions while allowing time for simulation and practice on mannequins before culminating in treating live models. All delegates will get suitable time to treat live models, receive a course booklet, samples of injection records and consent forms. All equipment for the day will be provided.

As the use of Botulinum toxin continues to grow and evolve so it is important that GPs understand the common uses, side effects and be able to deal with its complications. GPs, even if not directly administering Botulinum toxin directly are very likely to encounter patients who have had Botulinum toxin. It is important to know the indications for the drug and also the complications that may arise. This course provides an introduction to Botulinum toxin allowing participants if they wish to continue on to level 7 courses proposed by Health Education England.

Learning Objectives:
To understand the pharmacology, pharmacodynamics, safety issues and uses of Botulinum toxin
To understand the evidence base for common uses seen in General practice
To assess patients who may benefit from Botulinum toxin treatment
To safely prescribe and use Botulinum toxin for various medical uses including cosmetic uses
To understand the regulations around the safe use of Botulinum toxin

Start date21/07/2017
Duration1 day
LocationNewport

Botulinum Toxin Safe prescribing and administration course

With a maximum of 4 delegates, each course covers both NHS and cosmetic uses of Botulinum toxin as well as legal and ethical Issues. Now in its third year of accreditation with the RCGP we have gained very high feedback from delegates and all comment on how safe, confident and well supported they feel following attendance. There are lectures and discussions while allowing time for simulation and practice on mannequins before culminating in treating live models. All delegates will get suitable time to treat live models, receive a course booklet, samples of injection records and consent forms. All equipment for the day will be provided.

As the use of Botulinum toxin continues to grow and evolve so it is important that GPs understand the common uses, side effects and be able to deal with its complications. GPs, even if not directly administering Botulinum toxin directly are very likely to encounter patients who have had Botulinum toxin. It is important to know the indications for the drug and also the complications that may arise. This course provides an introduction to Botulinum toxin allowing participants if they wish to continue on to level 7 courses proposed by Health Education England.

Learning Objectives:
To understand the pharmacology, pharmacodynamics, safety issues and uses of Botulinum toxin
To understand the evidence base for common uses seen in General practice
To assess patients who may benefit from Botulinum toxin treatment
To safely prescribe and use Botulinum toxin for various medical uses including cosmetic uses
To understand the regulations around the safe use of Botulinum toxin

Start date29/07/2017
Duration1 day
LocationNewport

Botulinum Toxin Safe prescribing and administration course

With a maximum of 4 delegates, each course covers both NHS and cosmetic uses of Botulinum toxin as well as legal and ethical Issues. Now in its third year of accreditation with the RCGP we have gained very high feedback from delegates and all comment on how safe, confident and well supported they feel following attendance. There are lectures and discussions while allowing time for simulation and practice on mannequins before culminating in treating live models. All delegates will get suitable time to treat live models, receive a course booklet, samples of injection records and consent forms. All equipment for the day will be provided.

As the use of Botulinum toxin continues to grow and evolve so it is important that GPs understand the common uses, side effects and be able to deal with its complications. GPs, even if not directly administering Botulinum toxin directly are very likely to encounter patients who have had Botulinum toxin. It is important to know the indications for the drug and also the complications that may arise. This course provides an introduction to Botulinum toxin allowing participants if they wish to continue on to level 7 courses proposed by Health Education England.

Learning Objectives:
To understand the pharmacology, pharmacodynamics, safety issues and uses of Botulinum toxin
To understand the evidence base for common uses seen in General practice
To assess patients who may benefit from Botulinum toxin treatment
To safely prescribe and use Botulinum toxin for various medical uses including cosmetic uses
To understand the regulations around the safe use of Botulinum toxin

Start date12/08/2017
Duration1 day
LocationNewport

Botulinum Toxin Safe prescribing and administration course

With a maximum of 4 delegates, each course covers both NHS and cosmetic uses of Botulinum toxin as well as legal and ethical Issues. Now in its third year of accreditation with the RCGP we have gained very high feedback from delegates and all comment on how safe, confident and well supported they feel following attendance. There are lectures and discussions while allowing time for simulation and practice on mannequins before culminating in treating live models. All delegates will get suitable time to treat live models, receive a course booklet, samples of injection records and consent forms. All equipment for the day will be provided.

As the use of Botulinum toxin continues to grow and evolve so it is important that GPs understand the common uses, side effects and be able to deal with its complications. GPs, even if not directly administering Botulinum toxin directly are very likely to encounter patients who have had Botulinum toxin. It is important to know the indications for the drug and also the complications that may arise. This course provides an introduction to Botulinum toxin allowing participants if they wish to continue on to level 7 courses proposed by Health Education England.

Learning Objectives:
To understand the pharmacology, pharmacodynamics, safety issues and uses of Botulinum toxin
To understand the evidence base for common uses seen in General practice
To assess patients who may benefit from Botulinum toxin treatment
To safely prescribe and use Botulinum toxin for various medical uses including cosmetic uses
To understand the regulations around the safe use of Botulinum toxin

Start date18/08/2017
Duration1 day
LocationNewport

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