RCGP Learning

Other courses we run

Did you know the RCGP runs other primary healthcare events and seminars across the UK.  This page provides information about future events that are taking place.

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Cryotherapy 9 November 2018

This course is intended for anyone in the primary care nursing team who carries out or is intending to carry out Cryotherapy with liquid nitrogen. The course concentrates on evidence- based and safe practice. Liquid nitrogen and Cryotherapy guns models will be used to give full ‘hands on’ training to complement the talks.

Start date09/11/2018
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Pornography, Sexual Dysfunctions & Wellbeing

The Reward Foundation – Love Sex and the Internet is the only RCGP-accredited provider of training on the impact of internet pornography on health. We are a Scottish charity established in 2014. Our team has wide international experience as communicators in mental and physical health, online safety, child protection, law, educational attainment and relationships.

Start date09/11/2018
Duration7 hours 30 minutes

Exeter CPD meeting - Case studies in acute medicine

Free monthly CPD event available to members and non-members. These meetings offer the opportunity to educate and socialise with colleagues. Each month the Tamar Faculty put on free monthly CPD events available to members and non-members.  These meetings offer the opportunity to gain valuable CPD and the chance to meet and socialise with colleagues.

Start date13/11/2018
Duration2 hours

Out of Hours course 14 November 2018

This OOH course aims to cover some of the competencies required by the RCGP for OOH training. The course will cover emergencies that may present during OOH. During the course different situations that may be high risk for complaints and how to deal with them will be discussed. There will be the opportunity to discuss real clinical cases and have a go at telephone triage within a safe environment.

Start date14/11/2018
Duration10 hours

Managing Allergy in School Age Children

In collaboration with the Allergy Academy, our aim is to equip healthcare practitioners with the skills and confidence necessary to diagnose and manage allergic disease in the community. We focus particularly on allergic disease in the school-age child. This day is particularly targeted at doctors and nurses working in the primary care setting, but any interested healthcare professionals are welcome to attend.

Start date28/11/2018
Duration7 hours 30 minutes
LocationHigh Wycombe

GP Update 28 November 2018

We run this event in conjunction with North Herts Medical Society NHMS. It is a full day course aimed and planned for GPs. The contents of the day has been carefully planned out to help GPs get updated on topics that they come across in their everyday practice.

Start date28/11/2018
Duration8 hours 30 minutes

Enhancing skills in Primary Care Ophthalmology December 2018

NOW WITH DOPS/CEPS The course covers diagnosis of eye problems but also issues relating to communication disability compliance with treatments screening in primary care role of optometrists and how to coordinate other community and specialist eye services. This course contains RCGP curriculum based content

Start date06/12/2018
Duration8 hours 30 minutes

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

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


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

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