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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.
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.
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.
AllergyEducation.co.uk is an educational website which contains educational content for Primary care (GPs and Practice Nurses), and secondary care.
GastroEducation.co.uk is an educational website which contains educational content on Gastroenterology (IBS, IBD and coeliac disease) for GPS and Practice Nurses.
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.
This event will make the case for social prescribing, provide evidence of impact, consider the spectrum of models available, funding arrangements, setting up programmes and what support may be needed over time to manage governance, risk and evaluate impact.
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.
MRCGP Applied Knowledge Test Preparation Course
An introduction to the College for new trainees in the West of Scotland.
Paediatrics Top 10
The Clinical Skills Assessment (CSA) is an assessment of a doctor's ability to integrate and apply clinical, professional, communication and practical skill appropriate for general practice.
One day classroom-based study day to help established GPs gain membership of the College by Membership by Assessment of Performance (MAP). This day is open to current MAP candidates and any doctor interested in the programme
The Practice Manager's job is one of the most demanding and difficult balancing-acts in the whole practice. Managing targets, processes, services and expectations on one hand and then managing a diverse range of people on the other. This workshop aims to build the skills and range of knowledge required to deliver this demanding position.
RCGP Scotland's Substance Misuse Part 1 course is ideal for GPs, nurses and pharmacists who may have little or no experience or training in the management of drug users.
A half day course tailored to AiTs and First5 GPs who are looking for guidance and how to best achieve their potential in a competitive job market. A transition programme to kick-start your life as a GP delivered by experienced tutors. This one day course will include:- Individual, personalised one-to-one CV advice - Practical tips on how to enjoy your 1st year as a GP - Learning about the variety of roles open to GPs, including locuming
The RCGP CSA Preparation CourseA must for anyone sitting the MRCGP CSA Exam. This two day preparation course, which takes place at the RCGP Assessment Centre in Euston, familiarises trainees with the assessment process for the CSA module.
Professor Amanda Howe will deliver the 2016 Ian Murray Scott Lecture “Learning from the outside in – the role of communities in professional development”.
evening of talks to help you manage your finances, pension and tax. Also hear from a First5 GP about setting up as a locum the practicalities and getting work.
Session 4 of Leading First focuses on how to look after ourselves as well as our patients. Recently qualified GPs can feel pressure to impress and work beyond their means, resulting in excessive stress and burnout. This workshop will explore how to avoid that by utilising skills you already have.
This evening event is for First5 GPs and the main presentation for the evening is by Dr Raj Gulati, GP with Special Interest in ENT. Dr Gulati will deliver a presentation and then delegates will have the opportunity to ask him questions and discuss difficult cases. There will also be a presentation on Physical Activity by Dr Pimlott.Food and drinks will be served before the presentation.
The management of type 2 diabetes in primary care has become increasingly complex. We are challenged by rapidly rising incidence of diabetes and its complications, we are seeing increasingly complex patients with multi-morbidity, and there has been an explosion in new classes of drugs. Coupled to this, we are seeing an increased throughput of patients from secondary care, all of which requires us to have almost specialist levels of knowledge.
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