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Essential Dermatology Series 1 in association with PCDS 29 November 2017

25% of the primary care workload involves dermatology. The programme is interactive and covers the essential information to enable members of the primary care team to cope with the vast majority of conditions encountered in day-to-day general practice. Topics and case studies include atopic eczema, the biology of acne, psoriasis - typical and less common presentations and lesion recognition.

Start date29/11/2017
Duration1 day
LocationNewmarket

Ophthalmology Enhancing Skills for Primary Care

A one day practical workshop to get the most out of your ophthalmoscope convened Dr Andrew Partner, GP with a Special Interest in Ophthalmology and Dr Anup Shah GP trainer in Primary Care with the East of England Deanery

Start date06/12/2017
Duration1 day
LocationNewmarket

Joint and Soft Tissue Injection Course Thursday 18 January 2018

A one day course on Joint and Soft tissue Injection for General Practitioners (with clinical assessment & conservative management). Reduce your Referrals to Secondary Care.
This course expands on the “fire and forget” content of the original RCGP injection module in the minor surgery course by involving the delegates in joint assessment techniques and examining the evidence behind joint and soft tissue injections.

Start date18/01/2018
Duration1 day
LocationNorwich

Basic Life Support Friday 19 January 2018

Do you need to get your Adult and Paediatric Basic Life Support training up to date? Here is your chance.

Start date19/01/2018
DurationHalf day
LocationSawston

Dermoscopy for Beginners Wednesday 7 February 2018

This one day introductory course run in association with the PCDS and 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 date07/02/2018
Duration1 day
LocationHiston

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