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An introduction to the College for new trainees in the West of Scotland.
RCGP Scotland's 'Certificate in the Management of Drug Misuse in Primary Care (Part 1)' is ideal for GPs, nurses and pharmacists who may have little or no experience or training in the management of drug users. For some candidates this training may be enough for their needs. For others, it is a necessary condition of entry onto the Part 2 course, unless candidates can provide evidence of equivalent training.
The second in a series of interactive, hands on workshops to guide you through the challenges of life as a new GP. The NHS, General Practice, Policy and Me.
This evening class is one in a series of CPR classes run by the Royal College of GP's in Northern Ireland. This is a basic life support class open to members and non members. GP's in Northern Ireland are required to update their CPR training every 18 months.
The aim of the course is to update and inform delegates of advances and changes in emergencies in General Practice. The day will be GP led by Dr Kenneth Gallimore, in collaboration with Mr Lee Gray, Consultant in Emergency Medicine.
The Third RCGP Midland Faculty Board Meeting 2014/15
The programme includes pre pregnancy counselling, routine tests & health advice, antenatal complications and emergencies, pregnancy in the older woman, developmental milestones, the immunisation schedule and common feeding problems
This one day course has been designed by the Wessex Faculty for those planning to sit the AKT in 2014 and has a proven track record for improving scores in the exam. The day is directed by Dr Ben Allured, Associate Director of Education, Wessex Faculty.
Support Group for Locum and Sessional GPs organised by the RCGP Vale of Trent Faculty
One day workshop giving an overview of leadership skills from identifying a good leader to managing difficult situations.
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