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Joint Injections 24 January 2019 PM

This half-day workshop will cover injections and management techniques for knee elbow hand wrist and shoulder. The workshop will include an interactive presentation on common MSK conditions that require injections and will be followed by a practical session on joint and soft tissue injection techniques.

Start date24/01/2019
Duration3 hours
LocationBarnsley

Joint Injections 24 January 2019 AM

This half-day workshop will cover injections and management techniques for knee elbow hand wrist and shoulder. The workshop will include an interactive presentation on common MSK conditions that require injections and will be followed by a practical session on joint and soft tissue injection techniques.

Start date24/01/2019
Duration3 hours
LocationBarnsley

Minor Surgical Skills January 2019

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 date24/01/2019
Duration1 day 7 hours
LocationLondon

Be the Best You Manchester

This Members only conference will be stimulating and interactive and will encourage you to challenge yourself. During this event you will be able to develop your personal skills and resilience so you can be happier and more effective in your work.

Start date24/01/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationManchester

One Day Essential | Neurology

This one day conference provides expert specialist clinical training and essential information on Neurology for GPs and their practice colleagues. The conference Chair is Dr Nassif Mansour, GPwSI in Neurology and Chair of the Primary Care Neurology Society.

Start date25/01/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationLondon

South East Wales Faculty MRCGP CSA Preparation Course

RCGP Welsh Faculties are pleased to support AiTs, and will contribute funding to respective Welsh CSA Preparation Courses 2019. The fee for January 2019 courses is reduced to £50. A must for AiTs due to sit the CSA component of the MRCGP. This is a one day course and is case based. It will provide an opportunity to consult with actors in a simulated consultation with facilitation from RCGP CSA examiners.

Start date25/01/2019
Duration7 hours 30 minutes
LocationBridgend

Rural Forum Conference Keeping Rural Practice Relevant

This will be the fifth Rural Forum Conference - Keeping Rural Practice Relevant due to take place on Saturday 26 January 2019 at the University Centre Shrewsbury. The day will include a mixture of talks and interactive workshops including prominent key note speakers: Professor Mayur Lakhani, RCGP President, Professor Amanda Howe, WONCA President and Professor Patrick Pietroni, Director, Darwin International Institute for the Study of Compassion. Talks on: The National Centre for Rural Health and Care, Pharmacists in General Practice, Rural Health & Social Care and Social Prescribing. Interactive Workshops on: MELISSA - Mobile Education Unit - Update your practical skills on CPR, AED and Cannulation Skills. The Extended Workforce - Opportunities and Challenges ECG Interpretation Common Arrhythmia Workshop

Start date26/01/2019
Duration6 hours 15 minutes
LocationShrewsbury

Student Suturing Evening - Liverpool University GP Society & RCGP Mersey Faculty

An evening with RCGP Mersey Faculty Education Lead Dr Kishor Vithlani covering the basics of minor surgery in primary care.

Start date28/01/2019
Duration2 hours 45 minutes
LocationLiverpool

Resilience and wellbeing programme - Strength and values workshop

A one day workshop as part of the Tamar Faculty's resilience and wellbeing masterclass series in conjunction with South West Peninsula Deanery

Start date28/01/2019
Duration8 hours

30 Seconds to save a life! Teesside

Brand new to Teesside, we are very pleased to welcome Dr Chris Tasker and Ailsa Rutter to our evening lecture series to discuss the role of very brief advice in smoking cessation. These are short lectures provided free for RCGP members with the opportunity for Q and A.

Start date29/01/2019
Duration2 hours
LocationTeesside

Essential Dermatology Series 2

In association with the Primary Care Dermatology Society, this excellent course builds on Series 1 in Essential Dermatology, covering many common presentations in the primary care setting.

Start date30/01/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationHigh Wycombe

East Anglia Faculty Accredited CSA Course

This one day accredited Clinical Skills course is fully funded by HEEoE and open to Specialist Trainees of all levels. The course has been developed by experienced CSA examiners who will provide comprehensive feedback based on mock GP consultations to improve the clinical skills for more effective, efficient and patient-centred care.

Start date30/01/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationNorwich

Early Blood Cancer Diagnosis, 'Spot Leukaemia' Workshop- Leicester & VoT Faculty

The Royal College of General Practitioners in partnership with Leukaemia Care are hosting this participative workshop to empower primary care health professionals to recognise the vagaries involved in a rare blood cancer diagnosis and be up to date of appropriate referral pathways. The event also focuses on communication during diagnosis, establishing an action plan and appropriate after care.

Start date30/01/2019
Duration5 hours
LocationDerby

Practice Receptionist Training Day 2019

This one day workshop aims to offer delegates an insight and understanding of their own interpersonal style of communication and to examine the effects of this style on patients. The course helps receptionists to understand their own strengths and weaknesses in a safe and conducive environment.

Start date30/01/2019
Duration7 hours
LocationGlasgow
Course full

Primary Care and Cancer Matters

The Royal College of General Practitioners and Cancer Research UK invite you to attend a FREE one-day workshop focused on the enhanced role of primary care in cancer control. This workshop will consist of a keynote speaker, Dr Richard Roope (RCGP and CRUK Clinical Champion for Cancer) and local cancer clinical leaders.

Start date31/01/2019
Duration7 hours
LocationBirmingham

Ophthalmology

This half day course is specifically designed to provide practical tips for GPs in dealing with patients presenting with red eye(s) or neuro-ophthalmological symptoms and signs. This session will teach you how to examine such patients without the use of sophisticated ophthalmic equipment and will provide an overview of referral criteria where appropriate.

Start date31/01/2019
Duration4 hours
LocationYork

Practice Receptionist Masterclass 2019

This one day masterclass aims to offer GP staff advanced communication skills and will benefit those who have previously attended the GP Receptionist Training Day. The masterclass focuses on managing difficult workplace communications and will cover conflict resolution skills motivation at work and good telephone call handling.

Start date31/01/2019
Duration7 hours
LocationGlasgow
Course full

Joint and Soft Tissue Injection training course January 2019

The North and West London Faculty will be running an interactive theory and practice course covering the assessment diagnosis treatment and management of musculoskeletal conditions such as: frozen shoulder carpal tunnel tennis/golfer?s elbow ?trigger? finger De Quervain?s tenosynovitis rotator cuff tendinopathy acromioclavicular joint OA bicipital tendonitis trochanteric bursitis aspiration/ injection of the knee joint Carpometacarpal (CMC) osteoarthritis (OA). The course prepares those new to these skills to undertake examination and injection and will deepen and refresh the knowledge and skills of those already performing injections. The course includes Direct Observation of Procedural Skills (DOPS) assessments during practical skills sessions for those wishing to evidence competence in a given procedure. Learners will view videos demonstrations and undertake examination and injection using highly detailed and accurate simulated models ? overseen by experienced tutors and clinicians. Small group work question and answer sessions illustrated presentations and practice sessions enhance the learning opportunities build confidence and enhance techniques and skills. Delegates will get 5 CPD points on completion of the course.

Start date31/01/2019
Duration7 hours 15 minutes
LocationLondon

One Day Essential | Dermatology

A one-day conference providing expert specialist clinical training and essential information on dermatology.

Start date05/02/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationLondon

Building Resilience - Reducing Stress

The RCGP North East England Faculty are delighted to announce, back by popular demand, Building Resilience - Reducing Stress course. This interactive, lively and fast paced masterclass delivered by Carol Barwick, a behavior specialist. It includes a mixture of facilitator led discussion, group exercises and personal reflections linked to real-life situations. Each participant will leave with practical tools, techniques and coping mechanisms for understanding and dealing with stress and pressure. Delegates will be actively encouraged to take part throughout, but will never be made to ‘perform’ or participate in situations that they find uncomfortable. Special offer till 31 December 2018 - Reduced prices. This is an event not to be missed!

Start date05/02/2019
Duration3 hours
LocationGateshead

The Enhanced Role of Primary Care in Cancer Control

This is a complimentary workshop organised by Cancer Research UK and the Royal College of General Practitioner Beds and Herts Faculty.

Start date06/02/2019
Duration6 hours 45 minutes
LocationLuton

Ophthalmology

This is a one day course aimed at GPs in training, although established GPs can attend. The aim of the course is to promote clinical knowledge, confidence and the ability in diagnosis and management of ophthalmic problems.

Start date07/02/2019
Duration7 hours
LocationWigan

One Day Essential | Women's Health

A one-day conference providing expert specialist clinical training and essential information on Women's Health.

Start date08/02/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationLondon

Botulinum Toxin: Safe prescribing and administration

With a maximum of 5 delegates, each course covers both NHS and cosmetic uses of Botulinum toxin as well as legal and ethical Issues. Now in its third year of accreditation with the RCGP we have gained very high feedback from delegates and all comment on how safe, confident and well supported they feel following attendance. There are lectures and discussions while allowing time for simulation and practice on mannequins before culminating in treating live models. All delegates will get suitable time to treat live models, receive a course booklet, samples of injection records and consent forms. All equipment for the day will be provided. As the use of Botulinum toxin continues to grow and evolve so it is important that GPs understand the common uses, side effects and be able to deal with its complications. GPs, even if not directly administering Botulinum toxin directly are very likely to encounter patients who have had Botulinum toxin. It is important to know the indications for the drug and also the complications that may arise. This course provides an introduction to Botulinum toxin allowing participants if they wish to continue on to level 7 courses proposed by Health Education England.

Start date09/02/2019
Duration6 hours
LocationSouthampton

Minor Surgery Update 14 February 2019

This is not just any minor surgery update course this is the update course which presents the most recent evidence guidance and examples from recent medicolegal cases to advise warn and encourage GPs and GPwSIs in minor surgery towards necessary appropriate safe skilled and fun skin surgery in general practice. We have a programme for you that is suitable for education appraisal accreditation and revalidation with certificates for CPD and DOPS assessment Running since 2011 with the publication of the Department of Health guidance for competencies for GPs who carry out skin surgery this year?s focus is on anticipating and minimising the unavoidable risks in skin minor surgery. Suitable for existing practitioners in GP minor surgery our aim is to make you good. If you are already good we will make you better.

Start date14/02/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationLuton

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