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Essentials Webinar Series

Essentials Webinar Series is a programme of 90-minute webinars – broadcast live – providing expert specialist clinical training and essential information. GPs and primary healthcare professionals benefit from these webinars developed by and featuring leading experts, focused on essential information, practical tips and take-home messages that will help you improve your practice and patient outcomes. There is plenty of time built into the webinars for Q and A.  

Essentials Webinar Series are recorded live and along with the slides are available for delegates to access freely for six months from the webinar date. 

Missed out on any of our Essential Webinar Series? Catch up on any webinar in your own time with Essentials Webinar Series REWIND.

Each webinar will be available to access freely for six months from the webinar date to those who have registered, or for the following prices:

Members: £20 | AiTs: £15 | Non-members: £30

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Essentials Webinar Series | Recognition and management of eating disorders

Eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of any other mental illness. The prevalence of anorexia nervosa is estimated to be up to 1.7% in adolescence. Brought to you by Beds and Herts Faculty, this open-to-all brief training will focus on recognition, risk assessment and medical management of patients with eating disorders, with a focus on severe anorexia nervosa.

Start date23/06/2021
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Essentials Webinar Series | Practising remote foot and ankle assessment

This webinar will provide tips on how to approach managing foot and ankle conditions remotely. The lockdown has fundamentally changed how GPs and Orthopaedic surgeons consult. Orthopaedic services are a hands-on speciality but basing decisions on remote consultations alone can be difficult.

Start date24/06/2021
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Essentials Webinar Series | Management of sexual pain disorders in women

Sexual pain disorders affect 7.4% of women with treble the prevalence in under 25's and over 45's but their management is historically poorly taught and therefore, poorly managed. Dr Leila Frodsham, Consultant Gynaecologist and Psychosexual Lead at Guy's and St Thomas's, will guide you from consulting skills through to management of this highly distressing condition.

Start date29/06/2021
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Essentials Webinar Series | Managing hair loss in primary care

Hair loss is a common presenting problem in primary care. Establishing the cause and treatment of hair loss can sometimes be challenging and it can have a significant impact on patients’ quality of life and psychological well-being. A consultation for hair loss can take a considerable amount of time as there are several types of alopecia, which can be classified by underlying pathological mechanisms and the possibility of regrowth. Identifying the mechanism can guide possible therapeutic options.

Start date30/06/2021
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

EWS webinar | Remote consulting and prescribing: Navigating the challenges

Join us this July to take a look at the GMC's new prescribing guidance and other guidance on remote consulting and prescribing

Start date06/07/2021
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

EWS Webinar | Haematology - part 1: assessing haemoglobin

Having an abnormal haemoglobin result is a common occurrence in General Practice. It can often be frustrating trying to manage an abnormal haemoglobin amidst polypharmacy and multi-morbidity. We will explore how to work through examples of abnormal haemoglobin results with multiple factors through case based discussions to identify how to effectively investigate and manage patient outcomes.

Start date12/07/2021
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Essentials Webinar Series | The importance of your patients' social history: the homeless

Please join us this July to develop your knowledge and understanding of the health needs and barriers presented to those in marginalised groups. This webinar will focus on care of the homeless.

Start date13/07/2021
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

EWS Webinar | Genomics in primary care: What you need to know

Genomics in Primary Care: What you need to know, including an update on cancer genetics, pharmacogenetics and rare complex diseases.

Start date14/07/2021
Time19:30
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Essentials Webinar Series | The importance of your patients' social history: the elderly

Please join us this July to develop your knowledge and understanding of the health needs and barriers presented to those in marginalised groups. This webinar will focus on care of the elderly.

Start date20/07/2021
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

EWS Webinar | Persistent physical symptoms beyond MUS - part 1

In the first of the webinars in this two part series, we will summarise recent knowledge about persistent physical symptoms from a range of perspectives. We will demonstrate that these disorders need not be “medically unexplained” and to provide GPs with knowledge that is clinically relevant.

Start date29/07/2021
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

EWS Webinar | Persistent physical symptoms beyond MUS - part 2

In this second part of the series will focus on applying the key skills learned in part one in your GP consultation. Looking at explaining persistent physical symptoms which cannot be fully explained by biomedical abnormalities are a core component of general practice. Health professionals commonly, refer to these as medically unexplained symptoms.

Start date05/08/2021
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Essentials Webinar Series | Women's health - part 1: HRT: top tips for GPs

Brought to you by the Beds and Herts Faculty, this open-to-all session will give a summary of good HRT prescribing practice for GPs, with case studies to illustrate common scenarios we see in our surgeries.

Start date10/08/2021
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

EWS Webinar | Managing health anxiety: understanding somatisation

South East Thames Faculty is pleased to welcome guest speaker, Alison Sampson, Clinical Psychologist at The Priory Group. The event will be chaired by our Faculty Education Lead Dr Jane Roome. During the talk, Alison will discuss health anxiety in patients and its impact on General Practitioners. How do GPs feel about their consultation time in managing patients who somatise. What has happened to those who were already anxious about health pre-pandemic? What have those who face challenges to self-soothe done during the pandemic? Case studies will be presented for discussion followed by a Q&A session.

Start date08/09/2021
Time19:30
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

EWS Webinar | Leukaemia – part 1: acute leukaemia

Primary care health professionals play a crucial role in diagnosing blood cancer early. Patients often present with non-specific symptoms and different types of leukemia have their own challenges in terms of diagnosis, treatment and holistic care needs. These, combined with the number of cases you may see in your professional life, mean that early diagnosis is challenging. Join us for the first part of this Essentials Webinar Series on Acute Leukaemia. There will be a practical focus with case studies and provision of top tips and safety netting advice.

Start date15/09/2021
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

EWS Webinar | Leukaemia – part 2: chronic leukaemia

In this webinar we will discuss the signs, symptoms characteristics and key clinical features of main chronic leukaemia types with an emphasis on the difference between CML and CLL. We will review case studies (including exclusion of other blood cancers), typical diagnosis, blood tests and referral. Out line the treatments and management and discuss the holistic care and psychological support, signposting to specific resources.

Start date29/09/2021
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

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