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City Health Conference 2019 – Health and ‘appiness, technology in primary care

The City Health Conference is the most important London-wide primary care event that Local RCGP Faculties get to host. This year we are expecting approximately 300 primary care professionals to attend including GPs and GP trainees, practice managers, nurses, pharmacists, allied health care professionals, researchers, secondary care consultants, public health professionals, health policy experts and commissioners. The conference will be focusing on Technology. Following on from the success of our 2017 event, the programme will include plenary discussions and interactive workshops with prominent health care leaders and technology experts. The aim will be to share learning on innovative practice, debate and network. Confirmed speakers include Helen Stokes-Lampard, Victoria Tzortziou Brown, Martin Marshall, Chaand Nagpaul, Sam Everington, Maureen Baker, Simon Gregory, Clare Gerada, Michelle Drage, Farah Jameel, Tony Young, Virginia Patania, Jacky Appleby, Ishani Patel, Joe McGilligan, Theo Blackwell.

Start date06/06/2019
Duration10 hours 15 minutes
LocationLondon

Urology Controversies

The Royal Surrey County Hospital has a new 6-million-pound urology unit, primarily to screen for prostate cancer. They have increased the number of consultants from 2 to 10, they also have the best robotic surgical equipment for prostatic surgery in Europe. The evidence for PSA screening has changed and we need to know about it, the UK is currently 18th in Europe behind Slovenia in early detection of prostate cancer and this needs to change. GP’s need to know and be involved in making improvements here.

Start date13/06/2019
Duration1 hours 30 minutes
LocationGuildford
Course full

Life after GPVTS study day 22 June 2019

The RCGP pan London AiT/First5 committee (along with South East Thames and South West Thames Faculties) are running two separate Life after GP VTS study days. Exams done? Finishing VTS soon? Not sure what’s going to happen next? Unsure whether to locum, take a salaried job or apply for a partnership? Got questions about appraisals, revalidation and contracts? Is my CV good enough? DON’T WORRY!! We are here to help answer all these questions and more. Complimentary event! It should be noted that this course is specifically aimed at transitioning ST3s. Bookings made on a first come, first served basis.

Start date22/06/2019
Duration8 hours 45 minutes
LocationLondon

Paediatric Allergy 2019 - GP Study Day

The event will focus on allergic disease in children addressing common issues faced in general practice including coughing and wheezing; managing rhinitis, aero allergens for school age children; food allergy and asthma; seasonal eczema and environmental triggers. Attendance by nurses and health visitors as well as fully qualified doctors GP registrars and foundation doctors.

Start date26/06/2019
Duration7 hours
LocationTunbridge Wells

Essential Dermatology Series 2 "with 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 date26/06/2019
Duration7 hours 45 minutes
LocationHorley

RCGP SW Thames Wellbeing Course

SW Thames are running a complimentary well being event at the University of Surrey in Guildford, aimed at AiTs and First5 GPs . We have some fascinating speakers and lunch and refreshments will also be provided.

Start date11/07/2019
Duration7 hours
LocationGuildford

Managing Risk, Allergens and Wheeze for School Aged Children

This is the another in our series of joint study days hosted by the Allergy Academy and the Royal College of General Practitioners, SW Thames Faculty. Our aim is to equip healthcare practitioners with the skills and confidence necessary to diagnose and manage allergic disease in the community. This time we focus particularly on allergic disease (food allergy, asthma, rhinitis and eczema) in children. This day is particularly targeted towards doctors and nurses working in the primary care setting, but any interested healthcare professionals are welcome to attend.

Start date11/09/2019
Duration7 hours 30 minutes
LocationGuildford

Sports Medicine

Our speaker for the evening is Dr Tim McEwen who has a diploma in sports medicine. Tim is the team doctor for Saracens rugby club and is keen to update our knowledge and promote more activity in our patients. The meeting is free and we provide refreshments.

Start date17/09/2019
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Diagnosing new presentations of allergic disease

The event will focus particularly on common allergic disease in children. This day is particularly targeted towards doctors and nurses working in the primary care setting, but any interested healthcare professionals are welcome to attend. Topic highlights: management of (i) a wheezy child; (ii) food allergy in children; (iii) eczema in children.

Start date25/09/2019
Duration7 hours
LocationBromley

Train the Trainer’ Workshops - Primary Care and Cancer Matters

Cancer Research UK and Royal College of GPs partner with local HEE post graduate medical education teams to deliver a free 1 day GP ‘Train the Trainers” workshop, Primary Care and Cancer Matters. The workshop is complimentary and will be held at the Holiday Inn, Gatwick on 11 December.

Start date11/12/2019
Duration7 hours

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

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