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Veterans' Health Event: a collaboration with the RCPsych

This December the Royal College of General Practitioners will run the annual joint event with the Royal College of Psychiatrists. The event, which will be held at the RCPsych London building, is a great opportunity for interaction between our specialties, and help to facilitate this joint working. This year the programme will focus on the theme of veterans' mental health and will also include information related to a new programme developed by RCGP and NHS England to accredit veteran friendly GP practices across England.

Start date12/12/2019
Duration4 hours 30 minutes
LocationLondon

Helping patients with Infertility - Essex

The course is designed to provide GPs with the knowledge of how they can rapidly identify and diagnose infertility, know cause and interpret results. make referrals and a GP Plan.

Start date25/01/2020
Duration5 hours 30 minutes
LocationChelmsford

Primary Care and Cancer Matters: GP Train the Trainer Workshop

The Royal College of General Practitioners and Cancer Research UK, partnered with local HEE post graduate medical education teams, 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 date11/02/2020
Duration7 hours
LocationWrotham Heath, nr Sevenoaks

RCGP Event Essex Minor Surgery with DOPS 21- 22 May 2020

This popular two-day Minor Surgery course has an evidence-based approach to skin surgery in general practice with a hands on programme for delegates. It is restricted to 16 delegates to guarantee you a more focused trainer to delegate experience. The course includes Direct Observation in Procedural Skills (DOPS) on the elliptical excision and layered skin closure which is recognised for accreditation by CCGs and NHS England. It has been carefully planned and written by Primary Care experts with the support of Plastic Surgeons Dermatologists and Orthopaedic Surgeons. A review of the current medicolegal landscape highlights the pitfalls that need to be avoided. Taught by tutors with a background in general practice and led by the education lead for the Association of Surgeons in Primary Care and an expert witness for the MPS MDU and GMC this course guides you to an enjoyable stress-free minor surgery practice.

Start date21/05/2020
Duration1 day 8 hours
LocationBasildon

Essex AGM 09 June 2020

If you want to have a say about GP services in Essex then come along to the 20209 Annual General Meeting of the RCGP Essex Faculty where you can meet and talk with your GP colleagues from Essex and your Faculty Board members. You can also support your Faculty by joining the Board and the added bonus is that the speakers will excitingly talk about the future of General Practice.

Start date09/06/2020
Duration3 hours 30 minutes
LocationChelmsford

RCGP Essex Minor Surgery Update 18 September

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 which also features the Direct Observations of Procedural Skills (DOPS) Assessment (required by NHS England for all GPs already practising and looking to re-accredit to continue to practise minor surgery in London - unless you perform more than 100 minor surgery procedures per year. DOPS is not a specific requirement outside of London but it is recommended by NHS England.) 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 date18/09/2020
Duration8 hours
LocationChelmsford

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