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Essential Dermatology Series 2 in association with the PCDS

In partnership with the Primary Care Dermatology Society (PCDS) this course is aimed at GPs and VTS registrars primarily, but would also be appropriate for specialist nurses involved in skin care. Indeed anyone examining patients about their skin lesions would benefit.

Start date13/11/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationWigan

RCGP NW England Faculty Board 19 Nov 19

Please join us at the NW England Faculty Board Meeting this November at the Manchester Hallmark Hotel. You will have the opportunity to meet some of the faculty board and discuss matters concerning general practice and hopefully become more involved. We would love to hear your ideas and suggestions. Get involved and help shape the future of general practice.

Start date19/11/2019
Duration2 hours
Course full

Two day Minor Surgery

This two day Minor Surgery course is designed as a basic course for GP Trainees and GPs who do not currently practise Minor Surgery. Topics include: Basic surgical technique Suturing techniques Removal of Cysts and Lipoma Dermatological Surgery Cryosurgery Joint injections Medico-legal Infection Control & Administration The learning atmosphere will be informal and participants will have ample opportunity to discuss points of particular interest. Member £460 Non-member £500

Start date20/11/2019
Duration1 day 7 hours
LocationLeyland

Mental Health for GP Trainees

This course is suitable for GP registrars, established GPs and will help improve skills in recognising and managing mental health problems. It will be an interactive work-shop format where discussion will focus on case examples. Including sessions with third sector organisations

Start date27/11/2019
Duration7 hours 30 minutes
LocationHandforth

GP Ready - North West England

Now that you have successfully secured your GP training place, get GP Ready with the RCGP North West England Faculty Equip yourself with the skills and confidence to take on the next stage of your career. Meet with fellow incoming trainees, current trainees and qualified GPs to learn more about the opportunities and what to expect from general practice specialty training.

Start date27/11/2019
Duration2 hours 30 minutes
LocationWigan
Course full

AKT Preparation Course 4 December 2019

This course run by the North West Faculty will give an introduction to the AKT paper study designs and basic statistics clinical epidemiology application of evidence in practice mock exam and group exercises.

Start date04/12/2019
Duration8 hours 30 minutes
LocationManchester
Course full

Minor surgery Update

This one day Minor Surgery course is designed as an update and refresher course for GPs who are already practising Minor Surgery on a regular basis. Topics include: Basic surgical technique, Suturing techniques, Removal of Cysts and Lipoma, Dermatological Surgery, Medico-legal, Infection Control & Administration The learning atmosphere will be informal and participants will have ample opportunity to discuss points of particular interest.

Start date05/12/2019
Duration6 hours 45 minutes
LocationWigan

Orthopaedics Made Easy January 2020

In partnership with the Wrightington Hospital join us at this interactive full day course packed with information on top tips, common problems in primary care, when and what to refer to secondary care, important red flag conditions and what not to miss and much more. In partnership with the Wrightington Hospital join us at this interactive full day course packed with information on top tips, common problems in primary care, when and what to refer to secondary care, important red flag conditions and what not to miss and much more.

Start date15/01/2020
Duration7 hours 30 minutes
LocationWigan

Haematology for General Practice

This half day event will discuss the common haematological issues that Health Care Professionals face in primary care on a regular basis with discussion on how to manage these, and when to refer to secondary care. These topics will be discussed using national and international guidance, and local policies but also useful tips from a Consultant haematologist. There will plenty of time for discussion, interaction will be encouraged, and the topics will be case-based.

Start date22/01/2020
Duration3 hours 30 minutes
LocationHandforth
Course full

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 date23/01/2020
Duration8 hours
LocationManchester

A Womens Health Update for GPs: gynae cancers and chronic pelvic pain

The Long Term Plan prioritises early cancer detection. This half day course provides latest evidence updates in gynae cancer, chronic pelvic pain and female obesity. Exploring rational testing and using case based descriptions it will equip GPs with the confidence and skills to tackle these major female conditions.

Start date12/02/2020
Duration4 hours 15 minutes
LocationWigan

Diabetes Management in Primary Care

This day is aimed at GPs, nurses and GP trainees to enable you to manage type 2 diabetes more effectively, increase your confidence

Start date25/02/2020
Duration7 hours
LocationLeyland

What's New in Sexual Health?

We will be running a full day event to provide an interactive session around what is new in the world of sexual health, linking changes in Contraception and Sexual Health guidelines to practical case scenarios, as well as your opportunity to ask the experts. This will be able to use towards revalidate DFRSH and LOCSDT/IUT.

Start date05/03/2020
Duration7 hours 30 minutes
LocationWigan

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 date11/03/2020
Duration7 hours
LocationWigan

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