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Minor Surgical Skills March 2018

The North and West London Faculty are running an interactive theory and practice course designed to prepare those new to these skills to undertake minor surgical procedures. The course is also ideal for those already performing procedures who need to update or refresh their knowledge and skills. The course meets the DoH requirement (2014 DES minor surgery contract) for formal assessment of competency by the inclusion of Direct Observation of Procedural Skills (DOPS) assessments during practical skills sessions.

Learners will view videos, demonstrations and undertake minor surgical skills under tutor guidance and observation. Small group work, question and answer sessions, illustrated presentations and practice kits, skin pads and suture models enhance the learning opportunities, build confidence and enhance surgical techniques and skills.

Delegates will get 10 CPD points for completing this course.

Start date22/03/2018
Duration2 days
LocationLondon

Setting research priorities in primary care - views from the coal-face

Although over 90% of patient contacts within the NHS occur in primary care, the relevance and applicability of research findings and guidelines to front-line primary care practice is highly variable. Input from those working on the front-line can help close the gap between evidence, clinical practice and service delivery. That's why we are asking you - as primary care clinicians and commissioners- to make your voice heard on what is important to you when it comes to setting the direction of research.

Start date22/03/2018
Duration1 day
LocationLondon

ENT for the GP Curriculum 22 March 2018

This course aims to help GP trainees to be competent to deal with ENT problems, and to diagnose and treat common ENT symptoms that arise in patients.

Start date22/03/2018
Duration1 day
LocationWigan

Wessex Faculty Pre Retirement Workshop

BOOKINGS NOW OPEN.

What next? Have you thought about life after General Practice? With one in three GPs apparently planning to retire within the next five years, the South West Regional faculties will be providing support to our members approaching the latter years of their career with "retirement support and planning seminars".

Start date22/03/2018
DurationEvening
Location

First5 Digest Series - "Mindfulness"

A session facilitated by Leila Bawla, Academic Fellow in General Practice and Mindfulness coach. Learn practical mindfulness exercises for personal use as well as for consultation. Gain an understanding of how mindfulness works, learn about current research in the topic and tips of further resources available.

This event is free to attend for all members and is part of the series of the College funded EASE (Education and Social Evening) events.

Start date23/03/2018
DurationEvening
LocationGLASGOW

MAP Study Afternoon

A study afternoon aimed at all MAP candidates. We will help you to plan for MAP and avoid common pitfalls and improve portfolio clarity. An excellent opportunity to meet other colleagues working on their MAP portfolios. DISCOUNTED COURSE - £15

Start date23/03/2018
DurationHalf day
LocationLiverpool

BJGP Research Conference

The BJGP Research Conference is a remarkable opportunity for researchers to present their work in a constructive, peer-reviewed environment, to hear from leading figures in primary care research, and to acquire new skills in writing, appraisal, and presentation. The conference will contain a unique combination of research presentations with moderated feedback, workshops on many aspects of writing and publishing research, and keynote presentations from leaders in the field.

Start date23/03/2018
Duration1 day
LocationLondon

National Social Prescribing Conference

The RCGP, the College of Medicine, the Social Prescribing Network UK and NHS England welcome you to a one-day conference aimed at medical students and junior doctors from all years of training with an interest in Primary Care, General Practice, Social Prescribing, Lifestyle Medicine, Social Determinants of Health, and Social Care.

Start date24/03/2018
Duration1 day
LocationLondon

Life as a new GP and PC workshop

This event is aimed at ST2 and ST3 GP Trainees and aims to provide an insight into what you, as a new GP, can expect in your first years in your career. The PC workshop is also open to sessional GPs.

Start date24/03/2018
Duration1 day
LocationComber

Life after VTS

Join us for this one day event that is aimed to facilitate the smooth transition to life after VTS, as well as supporting and updating our current First5.

Due to additional funding we are pleased to now offer this course to RCGP members for FREE.

We will be hosting lectures looking at appraisal, finances, career pathways and much more. The afternoon session will include interactive workshops looking at CVs , working on your interview skills and also sessions on partners vs salaried vs locums. There will also be plenty of time for networking with your colleagues. This day will prepare you for your role as an independent practitioner.

First5 are here for peer support, networking as well as keeping up-to-date with CPD so please do come and join us and we hope you enjoy the event.

This event is supported by

Hentons, Coben Medical, CD Medical, Wesleyan

Start date24/03/2018
Duration1 day
LocationLeeds

Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults Level 3

Essential instructional material for GPs delivered in an interactive style, punctuated with realistic scenarios and a real life thematic case study.

Start date27/03/2018
Duration1 day
LocationLondon

Avoid harm and reduce your risk

Over three quarters of negligence claims against GPs arise from failed or delayed diagnosis, or failures arising from repeat prescribing systems.
Delegates will learn why claims occur, explore ways risk can be mitigated, focus on understanding the recurrent and emerging pitfalls leading to GMC complaints including the management of patient complaints, communication with patients, use of chaperones and the personal and practice use of social media.

Start date27/03/2018
Duration1 day
LocationWrexham

Neurological Workshop Key Red Flags Tuesday 27 March 2018

The afternoon seminar has been developed to support the updated NICE Clinical Guidelines. You will learn about the latest advances in neurological conditions as they present to Primary Care Physicians at the acute, and, also when long term clinical care and management is our focus. The workshop is for Primary Care Physicians, Neurology Nurses, Specialist Epilepsy Nurses, (SENs), Neurology Specialist Nurses including Community Dementia, Mental Health & Learning Disability clinicians.

Start date27/03/2018
DurationHalf day
LocationNorwich

The RCGP CSA Preparation Course

The RCGP CSA Preparation Course

A 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.

Free careers advice offered by IMH Group is available on this course.

Start date27/03/2018
Duration2 days
LocationLondon

Dermoscopy for Beginners

This one day introductory course run in association with the PCDS is suitable for those with little or no previous knowledge as well as those for whom the early stages require reinforcement and reassurance.

This course is aimed at GPs and VTS registrars primarily, but would also be appropriate for specialist nurses involved in skin care. Indeed anyone involved in examining and advising patients about their skin lesions would benefit.

Start date28/03/2018
Duration1 day
LocationSwansea

Global Health Roadshow

The RCGP International Global Health Roadshow discussing Global Health in General Practice in the UK will be visiting Nottingham on Wednesday 28 March in the evening. Key themes include Migrant Health and Fever in the Returning Traveller.

The meeting has been specifically designed for First5 GPs and GP Registrars by the RCGP’s Junior International Committee. The evening is supported by the RCGP Vale of Trent Faculty.

Start date28/03/2018
DurationEvening
LocationNottingham

Bright Ideas for General Practice 28 March 2018

The RCGP's Bright Ideas initiative recognises that GPs and practice staff regularly see opportunities to improve their practice, and often do so by taking a fresh and innovative approach. We want these new approaches to be recognised, celebrated and shared, to inspire other practices to consider implementing ideas which have been successful elsewhere to address issues in their practice and to encourage innovative thinking across general practice.

The event will include presentations from six Bright Ideas submitters whose ideas have shown a real impact to practice staff, practice processes and/or patient care. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask them questions about implementation and impact and input into table top discussions on innovation in general practice.

Start date28/03/2018
DurationHalf day
LocationBristol

Understanding the National Data Opt Out

This event will provide an introduction to the changes coming in response to the National Data Guardian’s review of Data Security, Consent and Opt-outs. The RCGP’s Patient Data Choices project will launch a toolkit and various resources to support general practice teams to understand what the national data opt-out means for them, guidance so that they can confidently and accurately advise patients about their data sharing options and guidance on how to uphold the national data opt-out in relation to their own practice.

This event aims to bring individuals working in general practice teams together in order to consult on the resources that are being produced and identify gaps in the guidance. Delegates will be able to ask questions about the changes in relation to their own practice. The Patient Data Choices project is funded by NHS Digital and delivered by the RCGP’s Clinical Innovation and Research Centre (CIRC).

Start date28/03/2018
DurationHalf day
LocationBarnsley

Meeting challenges in the care of the older patient in the community

One day event organised for all general practitioners in Wales in collaboration with Geriatricians

Start date29/03/2018
Duration1 day
LocationYstrad Mynach

Improving patient care in perinatal mental care 29 March 2018

The RCGP invites you to attend this half day event, looking at improving patient care in Perinatal Mental Health.
Perinatal mental health problems affect up to 20% of women at some point during pregnancy and for the first year after birth, yet only around half of mothers with perinatal depression and anxiety are identified, and even fewer receive adequate treatment. The RCGP’s Clinical Spotlight project has been working with Wessex Strategic Network to ensure GPs in the Wessex Region have access to appropriate training to help them to ensure that women have access to universal high quality mental health care and support in the perinatal period. This event will disseminate the learning from this pilot study and share some key ways in which patient care in PMH can be improved.

Start date29/03/2018
DurationHalf day
LocationLondon

Appraisal Made Simple

FREE EVENT - An opportunity to spend the evening with a local GP appraiser to talk through the process and to help with potential problems.

Start date12/04/2018
DurationEvening
LocationLiverpool

Joint Injections Workshop Morning

A practical, interactive half-day joint injections course focusing on hands on experience. The course will cover injection techniques to treat common musculoskeletal conditions affecting the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, knee, and hip.

Start date16/04/2018
DurationHalf day
LocationLiverpool

Joint Injections Workshop Afternoon

A practical, interactive half-day joint injection course focusing on hands on experience. The course will cover injection techniques to treat common musculoskeletal conditions affecting the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, knee, and hip.

Start date16/04/2018
DurationHalf day
LocationLiverpool

A Pragmatic Approach to Managing GI in Primary Care

A one day event in association with The Faculty of Excellence in Primary Care Education for Gastroenterology.

Start date18/04/2018
Duration1 day
LocationBirmingham

Diabetes in Primary Care

An afternoon course aimed to update and increase your confidence in choosing the right therapy for the patient and improve your knowledge when faced with diabetic complications on Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes. Dr Rahul Nayar will be covering topics on Type 1, Type 2 and the at risk population, disease progression in Type 2 Diabetes, insulin, steroids and diabetes, along with end of life care

Start date18/04/2018
DurationHalf day
LocationGateshead

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