Haematology Made Easy

Date05 July 2018
Duration1 day
Start Time08:30
End Time16:30
TypeClassroom based
LocationLiverpool
AudienceFoundation Doctor, GP, GP Trainee, Medical student, First5, Nurse, Practice nurse

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Looking at what a GP needs for daily general practice this course will aid better diagnosis, what to look for, what to refer, and when to refer it. The course will look at NICE/ SIGN and international guidelines throughout the day.

 

By the end of the course you will be able to deliver better clinical care and be more confident about your diagnosis and referral.

 

Topics include:

Full blood count: what do we ignore?

Anaemia in Primary Care.

Thrombophilia: role of Primary Care.

Lymph nodes: what to do?

Easy bruising: how to investigate.

Coagulation: what does it mean?

VenueLACE Conference Centre, Croxteth Drive, Sefton Park, Liverpool, Merseyside, L17 1AA
Maximum capacity40
Email
Phone01517080865
ContactRCGP Mersey Faculty
Faculty/DepartmentMersey Faculty

Course programme

08:30

Registration, tea and coffee (with opportunity to speak to exhibitors).

09:00

Welcome and Introduction - Dr Maged Gharib.

09:15

Full blood count: what do we ignore?

10:15

Anaemia in Primary Care

11;15

Tea and coffee break (with opportunity to speak to exhibitors).

11:30

Thrombophilia: role of primary care.

12:30

Lunch (with opportunity to speak to exhibitors).

13:15

Lymph nodes: what to do? - Dr Ushma Meswani.

14:15

Easy bruising: how to investigate

15:15

Tea and coffee break (with opportunity to speak to exhibitors).

15:30

Coagulation: what does it mean?

16:30

Closing remarks and course end.

Facilities

  • Lunch
  • Parking
  • Refreshments
  • Wi-fi

Facilitator/Speakers

Dr Maged Gharib: Consultant Haematologist - MBBCh, MD, MRCP, FRCPath, St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals.

Dr Gharib is a consultant haematologist with a wide range of haematology experience and interest in teaching. Having completed his specialist haematology training in 2005, he practiced as a consultant haematologist in various areas of haematology, including paediatric haematology.

Dr Gharib is a fellow of the higher education academy (FHEA). He has a post-graduate certificate in medical education and has published a wide range of research papers, case reports, and text book chapters. He is interested in improving the quality of haematology services and believes in the need for a primary care haematology service.

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