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Womens Health Study Day Wednesday 23 May 2018

This one day women's health course is designed to further develop practitioners with the knowledge and skills to facilitate the management of women?s health issues in primary care. The format will be lecture based interspersed with case scenarios and Q&A sessions. The sessions will be informal interactive and light-hearted. A sample of topics that will be covered include: ? benign breast disease ? HRT ? pregnancy with diabetes and other endocrine disease ? how pregnancy outcomes predict long-term health risks ? family planning training in the developing world and how it is an ideal topic for skills exchange. This course is designed for all GPs and GP STs who have an interest in updating their skills and knowledge in this area. It is aimed at all GPs not just those with a special interest.

Start date23/05/2018
Duration7 hours 30 minutes

Child Health Study Day Wednesday 13 June 2018

Children are a significant part of a GP?s clinical practice and require a different approach from adults. This study day is aimed at clinicians who work in Primary Care including General Practitioners Trainees and Advanced Nurse Practitioners and will cover topics including making paediatrics a child centered experience childhood diabetes allergies and childhood retinoblastoma.

Start date13/06/2018
Duration6 hours 30 minutes

Mental Health Study Day Wednesday 4 July 2018

This one day course will teach you successful techniques that will allow you to undertake mental health consultations in Primary Care. The course will raise your confidence in assessing risk to suggest treatment and support patients with various mental health problems. Topics covered include but are not restricted to; medically unexplained symptoms personality disorders risk assessment in primary care and CBT in 10 minutes.

Start date04/07/2018
Duration6 hours 30 minutes

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