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The GMC requires GP Trainers to undertake courses of this type as part of the mandatory CPD for continued approval and recognition as GP trainers and Educational Supervisors. The Mersey Deanery GP School endorses this course as meeting that requirement.The RCGP recommends that Educational Supervisors should have a Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education, and it is likely that the GMC will adopt this as a mandatory recommendation in the future.
A one day seminar for all GPs including AiTs and Practice Nurses looking at the challenges and frustrations when presented with a patient with medically unexplained symptoms.
The RCGP Certificate in the Management of Alcohol Problems in Primary Care is RCGP accredited and consists of RCGP e-learning module 'Alcohol: Management in Primary Care', and a face to face training day. It is targeted at GP`s and other healthcare professionals in primary care, and aims to improve understanding of alcohol problems and equip participants with the skills and knowledge necessary to manage them.
In the morning Dr Debasish Kar will run an interactive session on neurology, with a hands on demonstration on how to elicit positive neurological finding on patients. With time allocated to teach fundoscopy. Dr Richard Grunewald, Consultant Neurologist and Clinical Director for Neurosciences in Sheffield Teaching Hospital will run the afternoon session on Movement disorder.
Run by the North West England Faculty, the course aims to promote critical knowledge and confidence and ability in the diagnosis and management of common dermatological problems.
This certificate in an educational package largely aimed at generalist clinicians such as GPs and nurses already working in primary care, it provides a basic grounding in issues around Hepatitis B and C.
After the success of the April Practice Nurse Competence Update, RCGP and Heather Crockett, NES GPN Education Advisor, are running a Practice Nurse Update on Friday 28th November 2014, 9.30am - 4.00pm.
The Certificate in the Management of Drug Misuse - Part 1 is ideal for practitioners working at an advanced service level as part of a shared care scheme, especially those intending to provide treatment to drug users as part of a locally or nationally enhanced service (L/NES).
This course, run by the White Rose joint initiative, will give an introduction to the AKT paper, study designs and basic statistics, clinical epidemiology, application of evidence in practice, mock exam and group exercises.
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