2018 Annual Symposium 16 May

Date16 May 2018
Duration1 day
Start Time09:00
End Time17:00
TypeClassroom based
LocationNorwich
AudienceFoundation Doctor, GP, GP Trainee, GP Trainer or educator, Medical student, First5, Nurse, Pharmacist, Physician assistant, Practice manager, Practice nurse, Prison staff, Retired GP

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The 2018 Annual Symposium theme this year is 'Survive and Thrive: Sustaining the Future of General Practice'. This full day RCGP Conference aims to explore the current status of General Practice and explore ways of making GPs resilient, sustainable and fit for the future.  The Conference is open to GPs, Practice Nurses, Practice Managers, GP Trainees and all Members of the Primary Care Team.

Keynote Lecture: Professor Amanda Howe, Professor of Primary Care, University of East Anglia; 'Growing your own: international perspectives on GP recruitment and retention'

Variety of interactive workshops including:

  • Following in the footsteps of Elizabeth Garrett Anderson - medical careers for women in the 21st century
  • The GP Health Service
  • 'Catch 'em young': pre-medical school work experience in primary care
  • Top tips for a sustainable career
  • Sustaining GPs overseas: international work in the Faculty
  • Student and trainee perspectives on GP careers
  • Surviving and thriving using multi-professional teams to deliver access
  • Mental health for all - prevention at work in the population and workforce

Guest Speaker: Rt Hon Normal Lamb, MP; 'Sustainable primary care: a Westminster perspective'

Guest Speaker: Professor Alys Burns, Professor of Medical Education, Norwich Medical School; 'Why primary care matters to Norwich Medical School'

Debate: 'GPs should be trained using a 10 year apprenticeship in primary care' or 'Patients prefer speed of access to continuity of care'

James Dundas Simpson Lecture: Dr Tony Palframan; 'How photography has sustained me'

Plenty of opportunities for networking, lunch and refreshments included.

VenueBarnham Broom Hotel, Honingham Road, Barnham Broom, Norwich, Norfolk, NR9 4DD
Maximum capacity100
Email2018 Annual Symposium, 16 May
Phone0203 188 7693 / 7694
ContactEast Anglia Faculty RCGP
Faculty/DepartmentEast Anglia Faculty

Course programme

Draft Programme - subject to change

08:30-09.15 Registration and networking

09.15 Welcome and outline of the day - Dickie Young

09:30 Keynote Lecture:  Professor Amanda Howe, Professor of Primary Care, University of East Anglia; 'Growing your own: international perspectives on GP recruitment and retention'

10.00 Parallel Workshops - Session 1

11.00 Refreshment break

11.30 Debate - GPs should be trained using a 10 year apprenticeship in primary care' or 'Patients prefer speed of access to continuity of care; tbc

12.30 Guest Speaker:  Rt Hon Normal Lamb MP; 'Sustainable primary care: a Westminster perspective'

13.00 Lunch

14.00 Parallel Workshops - Session 2

15.00 James Dundas Simpson Lecture:  Dr Tony Palframan; 'How photography has sustained me'

15.30 Refreshment break

16.00 Guest Speaker: Professor Alys Burns, Professor of Medical Education, Norwich Medical School; 'Why primary care matters to Norwich Medical School'

16.30 Closing remarks - Dickie Young/Amanda Howe

17.00 Close

Course prerequisites

Final programme and directions sent via email from the Faculty office nearer the time.

Certificates of Attendance

Plenty of free parking

 

Facilities

  • Lunch
  • Parking
  • Refreshments
  • Wi-fi

Facilitator/Speakers

Professor Amanda Howe FRCGP
Dr Dickie Young FRCGP
Dr Mark Attah FRCGP

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