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Tri-Service GP Conference

We are excited to announce that the Tri-Service General Practice Conference (formerly known as the Tri-Service GP Conference) is returning! This course is only for military GPs, military trainees, and Civilian Medical practitioners. Any questions, please contact Jodie.blackadder@gmail.com

Start date23/05/2019
Duration1 day 4 hours
LocationLondon

RCGP practical training day: Identifying and managing autoimmune diseases

Join us for this free practical training day focusing on current best practice in the identification and management of autoimmune disease. The day will be in an informal style creating an interactive and lively discussion environment. Clinical experts will discuss how they use diagnostic testing in everyday practice to influence how they manage patients with autoimmune disease.

Start date23/05/2019
Duration7 hours 30 minutes
LocationSheffield

The Diagnosis of early dementia by the GP - Torbay CPD meeting

Free monthly CPD event available to members and non-members. These meetings offer the opportunity to educate and socialise with colleagues.

Start date23/05/2019
Duration2 hours

First5 meeting - 23 May 2019

This First5 meeting is another free event the Faculty offers to their members. We have started forming local groups in the area, feel free to come along to meet with your peers and find/establish a group closer into your area.

Start date23/05/2019
Duration2 hours 30 minutes
LocationBushey

Practice Managers event: HSC Pensions

RCGPNI invite all GP Practice Managers to this half day course which will focus on Pensions.

Start date23/05/2019
Duration3 hours 30 minutes
LocationCookstown

SL Musculoskeletal and Hernia Diagnosis/Assessment in General Practice

The focus of this course is to improve confidence knowledge and skills of General Practitioners in assessing and diagnosing common musculoskeletal conditions in the primary care setting. This will include common traumatic injuries encountered both acute and chronic and also common non-trauma related musculoskeletal presentations.

Start date23/05/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationLondon

Later career and retired Members' Luncheon 24 May 2019

Meet up with colleagues for a lunch and an afternoon catch up.

Start date24/05/2019
Duration3 hours
LocationHitchin

ICPN "Global health opportunities for West Scotland GPs"

Course programme 19:00 – 19:30 Registration and hot dinner (included in price) 19:30 – 19:40 Welcome and introductions 19:40 – 20:00 “An OOPE of Public Health in Harvard” Dr Louisa Harding-Edgar will discuss her Fulbright scholarship and how she arranged an OOPE (Out of Programme Experience) in Harvard. 20:00 – 20:20 “International opportunities in general practice” Dr Ula Chetty and Dr Nick Mamo will discuss global health opportunities provided by the RCGP Junior International Committee and Vasco da Gama network 20:20 – 20:40 “GPwSI in infectious diseases/travel medicine” Dr Ciaran Doyle will discuss opportunities to combine UK general practice with travel medicine/ID work 20:40 – 21:00 Questions and discussion

Start date28/05/2019
Duration2 hours
LocationGlasgow

East Scotland First5 Group Meeting May 2019

Managing the Menopause in General Practice

Start date29/05/2019
Duration2 hours 15 minutes
LocationPerth
Course full

Life After ST3 - Careers Fair

Life After ST3 - Careers Fair Date: Wednesday 29th May 2019. Venue - The Marriott Hotel, Glasgow. Time – 08:30 – 16:30

Start date29/05/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationGlasgow

Wessex Webinar - Skin Cancers

The next edition of the Wednesday Webinar Series by the RCGP Wessex Faculty will be on the topic of Skin Cancers delivered by Dr Hywel Cooper, Consultant Dermatologist. This will be a pre-recorded webinar which you can watch at a time or place convenient to you. We would also like to tailor this specifically to our audience, and request that you send us any questions you might have for Dr Cooper to answer during the recording. Please book a place and once registered you will be sent a link and password to watch at your convenience.

Start date31/05/2019
Duration1 hours
Course full

East Anglia Faculty Dermatology in Primary Care (open to EoE GP Trainees)

This free one day interactive course is open to East of England GP Trainees and is fully funded by HEEEoE. The course will cover a range of dermatological topics including common dermatoses, lesions (including skin cancer) and paediatrics alongside experienced GP trainers and GPwSI who will provide support and feedback throughout the day.

Start date31/05/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationCambridge

What's New in Headache?

Dr David Kernick will be presenting this evening workshop on headache. A complimentary supper will be served from 7.00pm.

Start date04/06/2019
Duration2 hours

How might Mindfulness be helpful in GP Consultations?

Have you had patients ask about mindfulness? Or have you recommended it to patients, in the knowledge that there are some researched benefits to mental health? Then, you might have found yourself asking the questions, “what is mindfulness?” and ‘do I know enough about it?”. This workshop provides an excellent opportunity to explore such questions further.

Start date04/06/2019
Duration3 hours
LocationGateshead

Norma Smith Doctors Group Planning Meeting June 2019

The Annual Planning Meeting of the NSDG

Start date05/06/2019
Duration1 hours 30 minutes
LocationDundee

RCGP - PCC Spring Network Meeting

Start date05/06/2019
Duration8 hours

RCGP and NHS England Veterans Trauma Network workshop and forum

There are veterans with differing and complex injuries attributable to their service who need specialist advice, treatment and support: this forum will reflect the importance of the relationship between patient, GP and specialists across the Veterans Trauma Network (VTN) and NHS pathway. The role of the GP as the ‘glue’ in the system, supporting patients and families, is crucial: the event will present the RCGP veteran friendly GP practice accreditation scheme, an important development in supporting  GPs

Start date05/06/2019
Duration6 hours

Plymouth CPD Meetings 2019 - June 2019

Free monthly CPD event available to members and non-members. These meetings offer the opportunity to educate and socialise with colleagues.

Start date05/06/2019
Duration2 hours
LocationPlymouth
Course full

East Anglia Faculty Ophthalmology in Primary Care (open to EoE GP Trainees)

A one day practical course for East of England GP Trainees is fully funded by HEE EoE which focuses on practical teaching: how to get the most out of your ophthalmoscope, pupil examination and visual fields.

Start date05/06/2019
Duration8 hours 30 minutes
LocationNewmarket
Course full

East Anglia Faculty Palliative Care Study Day (open to EoE GP Trainees)

This one day course is fully funded by Health Education East of England (EoE) and is open to EoE GP Trainees. The course will be convened by Dr Stephen Barclay, University Senior Lecturer in General Practice and Palliative Care, General Practitioner and Honorary Consultant Physician in Palliative Care M.A., B.M., B.Ch., M.Sc., F.R.C.G.P., F.H.E.A., M.D.

Start date05/06/2019
Duration7 hours
LocationCambridge

EASE EVENT "Ask the Expert" First5 Evening - Pneumonia & Sleep Aponia

This evening event is for First5 GPs and the presentation for the evening is by Mr Biswajit Chakrabarti MD FRCP. Mr Chakrabarti is a Consultant in Respiratory and Sleep Medicine at Aintree Chest Centre and will speak on Pneumonia & Sleep Aponia problems in Primary Care

Start date06/06/2019
Duration2 hours 30 minutes
LocationHaydock
Course full

Midland Faculty Life after VTS Conference

Midland Faculty Life after VTS Conference. This full day event is designed to celebrate the completion of your training and help provide you with the information you need in taking the next steps in your career as a newly qualified GP.

Start date06/06/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationBirmingham

Severn International Meeting 6 June 2019

Our next Severn International Meeting will be held on Thursday 6 June 2019 from 7pm at the Main Lecture Theatre in UBHT Learning & Education Centre, Upper Maudlin Street, Bristol BS2 8AE. This networking evening will include inspiring talks on Healthcare for refugees and those seeking asylum.

Start date06/06/2019
Duration2 hours
LocationBristol

RCGP practical training day: Identifying and managing allergic diseases

This free event is focused on how identifying and managing allergy can help you improve the management of your patients with asthma rhinitis, food allergies and result interpretation. The day will be in an informal style creating an interactive and lively discussion environment. GPs and clinical experts will discuss how they use allergy testing in everyday practice how allergy testing has changed how they manage their patients what you need to do to request testing and how to interpret results.

Start date06/06/2019
Duration7 hours 30 minutes
LocationBristol
Course full

East Anglia Faculty Clinical Skills Course ST1 and ST2 (open to EoE GP Trainees)

This one day interactive course open to East of England GP Trainees is fully funded by HEEEoE and is an introductory course for ST1's and ST2's.

Start date06/06/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationThetford

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