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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.
A comprehensive update in developments in cervical screening in Grampian designed to refresh the knowledge and skills of practising smear takers.
A one day intensive workshop covering Pain Control, Advance Care Planning After the LCP, emergencies in Palliative Care, medical dilemmas and more.‘A unifying value in the British General Practice community is our desire to always strive, when the time is right and working with our teams, for a dignified and symptom free death for our patients’ Dr Pete Nightingale This concise, intensive and interactive course will help you achieve that goal
This very popular, internationally renowned course has been extended to a full day in 2015 and will cover:Difficult closure, Tarsal cysts, Facial lesions, Meibomian cysts, Larger lesions, Ring blocks, Keloid prone areas, Neck, Orifice surgery, Hands, Ear & Tourniquets.You should have attended our standard Minor Surgery within the last 3 years.
A one-day conference providing expert specialist clinical training and essential information on musculoskeletal health .
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.
This lecture aims to discuss common primary care presentations of joint disease and their management
A 2-day theory and practical course on the skin surgery syllabus for General Practitioners
Programme7.00 – Refreshments and light dinner7.30 – Introduction Dr Vijay Kumar, Chairman - RCGP Yorkshire7.40 – Prof Igor Svab - Talk on the Vision for Pan European General Practice 8.00 – RCGP Faculty Board meeting
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.
A free Train the Trainer event on improving outcomes using SEAs. The event is for Cancer Leads, Appraisers & Trainers across Birmingham and the West Midlands.
Free RCGP CPD Education And Social Evening (EASE) on "Ask the right questions and get the right answers: How to diagnose an eye condition in a GP surgery without a slit-lamp". An educational talk by Miss Sudeshna Patra Consultant Eye Surgeon Whipps Cross University Hospital. Patients commonly present in a primary care setting with eye problems that can prove to be diagnostic dilemmas to the general practitioner. This is in part due to the lack of specialist training opportunities and in part due to the dependence of modern ophthalmology on pricey technology.Haag-Streit slit-lamps, Volk lenses, Zeiss optical coherence tomograms: the shopping list is endless and the ophthalmologist spoiled for choice. But where does it leave the primary care physician faced with a patient with an eye problem and nothing more sophisticated than a torch?Today's talk is about getting back to basics and discovering how an insightful history of symptoms and simple observation skills can be invaluable in making a relatively accurate diagnosis of an eye condition. It will cover both the generic principles of history taking as well as discussing history taking in the context of common ophthalmic presentations such as red eyes, eye pain and blurred vision. I often hear patients referred from their general practitioners complain that the 'doctor didn't even bother to exam the eye'. After today's talk I hope that the patients will say that the 'doctor didn't even need to examine the eye'.
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.
As part of the RCGP Clinical Innovation and Research Centre’s (CIRC) efforts to engage with GPs across the UK, the Clinical Priorities Team is working with RCGP Faculties to hold a 20+ series of interactive workshops and summits across the devolved nations. All events in the series are FREE to attend and can contribute toward CPD. The Cancer Research UK/RCGP Cancer Regional Workshops form part of this event series and is a one day workshop supported by Cancer Research UK and the RCGP. The event will be help at LACE Conference centre, Liverpool facilitated by the Mersey Faculty and three similar events will be help in Leicester, Northern Ireland and Scotland Faculties. The RCGP Cancer Regional Workshop is a one day course packed with all the latest updates, guidelines and useful tips that will help GPs in their daily surgeries. The course will look at what a GP needs for daily general practice, how to make better early diagnosis, what to look for, what to refer and when. We will look at prevention and the role of the GP. By the end of the day you will be able to deliver better clinical care and be more confident about your diagnosis.
This course, run by Neal Maskrey from NICE and Nick Price VTS Programme Director and their team will give an introduction to the AKT paper, study designs and basic statistics, clinical epidemiology, application of evidence in practice, mock exam with group exercises. This course will help you pin point areas for further study if needed.
Eye health now accounts for 4.5m GP consultations and costs the UK economy £22bn each year. However, evidence shows that 50 per cent of sight loss could be avoided through improved eye care and early detection of problems.
This course, the first of its type in our region, is tailored to help newly qualified GPs understand their role as Clinical leaders and help develop their skills to make change happen in the workplace.
As part of the RCGP Clinical Innovation and Research Centre’s (CIRC) efforts to engage with GPs across the UK, the Clinical Priorities Team is working with RCGP Faculties to hold a 20+ series of interactive workshops and summits across the devolved nations. All events in the series are FREE to attend. The Cancer Research UK/RCGP Cancer Regional Workshops form part of this event series and is a one day workshop supported by Cancer Research UK and the RCGP. The event will be held at Antrim Civic Centre, Antrim, facilitated by RCGPNI and three similar events will be held in Leicester, Liverpool and Scotland Faculties. The RCGP Cancer Regional Workshop is a one day course packed with all the latest updates, guidelines and useful tips that will help GPs in their daily surgeries. The course will look at what a GP needs for daily general practice, how to make better early diagnosis, what to look for, what to refer and when. We will look at prevention and the role of the GP. By the end of the day you will be able to deliver better clinical care and be more confident about your diagnosis.
North Scotland Faculty Board Meeting
Annual Mersey Faculty Fellows Dinner. Sparkling wine reception and three course dinner. Dr Terry Kemple, RCGP Chair elect, will be our guest of honour and after dinner speaker.The Mersey Faculty Fellows Dinner is open to RCGP members of the Mersey Faculty who are Fellows of the RCGP. Attendance is by invitation only.Have you considered Fellowship of the RCGP? Please visit the RCGP Fellowship page on the RCGP website for more information.
Practical tips on using Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation and the “Pain-Gone” electro stimulation devices; their place in analgesia management and how best to advise patients on their use. This half-day course is suitable for doctors, pharmacists, nurses and health care professionals involved with pain management.
Run by the North and West London Faculty, sponsored by Besins Healthcare, this is a one day course that promises to be very interesting. This course will provide you with updates on various topics looking at both men and women's health.Topics will include - Managing Erectile DysfunctionTestosterone Replacement Therapy in Primary CarePsychosexual Assessments and ReferralsManagement of Uterine FibroidsBackground and symptoms, impact of the menopause, symptoms and patient assessements HRT prescribing
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