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The RCGP CSA Preparation Course

The Nationally set RCGP CSA Preparation Course, a must for anyone sitting the MRCGP CSA Exam. This two day preparation course takes place at the RCGP Assessment Centre in Euston and familiarises trainees with the assessment process for the CSA module.

Start date21/10/2019
Duration1 day 8 hours
LocationLondon

Joint Injections Workshop

A practical interactive half-day joint injections course focusing on hands on experience. The course will cover injection techniques to treat common musculoskeletal conditions affecting the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, knee, and hip. Morning and afternoon workshops available.

Start date21/10/2019
Duration7 hours 30 minutes
LocationLiverpool

Sparkling Moments - a reflective practice session using "Graphic Medicine"

Dr Linda Miller (coach and GP appraiser) ran a new peer support series that used appreciative enquiry, leadership techniques from coaching, supervision, consultancy, and humanities to wind down from GP work. It helped participants find positive things to reflect on for appraisals, so that appraisals were more supportive. Due to demand for a repeat in a central location, the North and West London Faculty is pleased to announce a monthly facilitated group meeting, free to NWL RCGP members.

Start date22/10/2019
Duration2 hours
LocationLondon

"Ask the Expert" First5 Evening - Urology

This evening event is for First5 GPs and the presentation for the evening is by Mr Shalom Srirangam Consultant Urological Surgeon in Salford, Greater Manchester who specialises in urological conditions. Clinical interests

Start date22/10/2019
Duration2 hours 30 minutes
LocationSwinton

GP Society Summit 2019

The 2019 GP Society Summit will bring together GP societies from around the UK to learn from one another; develop new skills and come away as leaders of future primary care. Join fellow GP Societies, the RCGP and high level GPs to delve further into the exciting, dynamic and rewarding career that is general practice.

Start date23/10/2019
Duration11 hours
LocationLiverpool

Norma Smith Doctors Group October 2019

Dr Katherine Lawlor, Consultant Paediatrician on Child protection including a few cases to illustrate e.g. infant with injury, teenager with sexual assault, case of neglect to show importance of parental mental health.

Start date23/10/2019
Duration2 hours 30 minutes
LocationDundee

Midland Faculty Paediatric Update

Join us for an update on paediatrics for general practice at the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce on 23 October. The evening will start with a sandwich supper and chance to network with colleagues at 18.00 followed by the main event at 19.00. Speakers:- Dr Kishore Tewary - Consultant Paediatrician Mr Andrew Robb - Consultant Paediatrician Urologist Programme:- 18:00 - 19:00 Registration and supper 19:00 - 20:00 Asthma in children: a guide for general practice 20:00 - 21:00 Common problems in paediatric urology 21:00 close

Start date23/10/2019
Duration3 hours
LocationBirmingham
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Community Groups Summit 2019

Free event for RCGP Community Group Representatives to Learn, Contribute and Celebrate their achievements.

Start date23/10/2019
Duration10 hours
LocationLiverpool

Heart Failure: What GPs want to know!

Welcoming Dr Honey Thomas to Octobers evening lecture delivering Heart Failure in Primary Care. These lectures are free for RCGP members and only a nominal charge for non members place at the Newcastle medical school. The lecture will provide you with key learning outcomes and provide a question and answer session.

Start date23/10/2019
Duration2 hours
LocationNewcastle

More Essential Dermatology 2

RCGP South East Wales are running this programme in conjunction with the Primary Care for Dermatology Society (PCDS). It will cover the essential information to enable a GP and dermatology nurse practitioners to confidently assess the vast majority of conditions encountered in day to day general practice.

Start date24/10/2019
Duration7 hours 40 minutes
LocationCardiff

CSA Prep course - October North East

This CSA course has been developed over several years to provide you with the best preparation striving to provide all the information you require to help you pass the CSA exam. From an introduction and what to expect to role-played cases with trained actors with all cases being facilitated

Start date24/10/2019
Duration1 day 7 hours
LocationStockton-on-Tees
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Minor Surgery Update Including DOPS Assessment 25 October 2019

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 DOPS assessment 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 date25/10/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationLuton

2019 Annual RCGP Mersey Faculty Awards

RCGP Mersey Faculty are pleased to announce the 2019 Annual Faculty Awards. Established in 2005, the Awards offer an opportunity for primary care teams to acknowledge their colleagues' excellence and innovation and also for individuals to nominate themselves for an award.

Start date26/10/2019
Duration3 hours 30 minutes
LocationLiverpool
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New Members', Fellows & Awards Ceremony | Liverpool

The College’s New Member Ceremony is an opportunity for you to celebrate with friends and family the achievement of attaining membership of the college by completing the MRCGP MRCGP [INT] OR MAP. Book your place and buy your guest tickets.

Start date26/10/2019
Duration4 hours 30 minutes
LocationLiverpool

Tamar GP Mentor Training Session for registered mentors

Tamar NQGP Mentorship Scheme We are running an afternoon GP Mentor Training Refresher Session. If you are a GP Mentor registered with the scheme and you would like to attend this free refresher training afternoon session, please book your place via this link. This training will enable you to top up your knowledge and/or share best practice with GP Mentor colleagues and new GP Mentors.

Start date29/10/2019
Duration4 hours
LocationOkehampton

Tamar GP Mentor Training Course for new mentors

Tamar Faculty RCGP run a GP Mentorship Scheme to provide confidential mentoring support to newly qualified GPs who are members of the Tamar Faculty RCGP. We are running a GP Training Day for new GP Mentors who would like to participate as a Mentor in this scheme and once trained you would be matched with a newly qualified GP as required for up to two years mentoring. Please contact us if you would like more information on the scheme and are thinking of becoming a mentor. If you would like to attend this free training please book your place via this link.

Start date29/10/2019
Duration7 hours
LocationOkehampton
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East Anglia Lyme Disease, Syncope, PoTS and IBD - easily missed diagnoses

FREE EVENT – The RCGP is delighted to invite you to attend a one day workshop focusing on the diagnosis and management of several 'easily missed' conditions. This workshop will explore the challenges faced by clinicians when investigating, treating and supporting patients with multi-systemic, often non-specific, symptoms resulting from Inflammatory bowel disease, cardiovascular syncope, orthostatic hypotension and PoTS or Lyme disease. This workshop will be of interest to GPs, GP registrars, practice nurses and associate health professionals.

Start date29/10/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationCambridge

Signposting for GP Receptionist

Most of our interactions with patients are via the telephone. In this session we will examine how the telephone impacts on the communication model. We will look at the golden rules of call handling from how we answer the phone, good use of questions, active listening and dealing with angry callers. We move on to look at signposting – what it is and why we might want to consider it. We see the tools used by some practices and discuss how to deal with ‘I’m not telling you, you’re just the receptionist”.

Start date30/10/2019
Duration3 hours 30 minutes
LocationThurso

Zero Tolerance training for front line GP staff

We are working in a demanding service with high customer expectation. Why do patients get angry? Does your first reaction help or make things worse? How do we recognise and handle someone who is very angry or aggressive – useful body language, what is good to say, and what is not? We uncover what ZERO tolerance really means when dealing with angry, and perhaps violent patients in the practice? This session gives a simple overview of the law around aggression and violence – where is the line between the two? We also discuss the considerations for staff around ‘known violent patients’ and learn the recommended NHS de-escalation skills.

Start date30/10/2019
Duration3 hours 30 minutes
LocationThurso

West Scotland: So you want to be a GP? - Road Show

The West of Scotland Faculty” Discover GP” evening will showcase the exciting, dynamic and rewarding career that is general practice. Join RCGP, NES and local GP Societies in exploring the wonderful diversity associated with the profession, learn more about becoming a GP and discuss the career with a variety of GPs We will discuss and guide you through the following topics:

Start date31/10/2019
Duration3 hours
LocationGlasgow
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North East Activating General Practice - Lifestyle medicine for GPs

Join us on a fun, energetic day giving you the opportunity to learn from local and national movers and shakers in the spheres of lifestyle medicine and social prescribing, brought to you by RCGP Clinical Priority Team for Physical Activity and Lifestyle.

Start date31/10/2019
Duration6 hours 30 minutes
LocationNewcastle upon Tyne

Care Navigation at the GP reception (part 2)

This session is the following up to the foundation signposting session (part 1) previously delivered, however you don't have to have attended part 1 to attend part 2. In this sessions we change our thinking and approach to how we deal with appointment requests at reception. We examine what to actually say to patients (especially challenging patients) - useful phrases and buzzwords. How do we get the most pertinent information in the shortest time whilst building rapport with patients - without this information we cannot direct the patient to the right place at the right time. We aim to grow signposting into useful care navigation in the practice.

Start date31/10/2019
Duration7 hours 30 minutes
LocationInverness

A model of wellbeing for First5s and GPs

"Waving Not Drowning" - A model of Well-being for First5s and GPs Are you sinking or swimming? This entertaining, practical and enlightening session will examine a recommended simple model of well-being to challenge your mind. Do you want to feel happier? Do you have difficulty focussing and find that your mind wanders no matter how hard you try? Multi-tasking - v - mono - tasking. Come along to this session and learn to 'train your brain' with practical exercises and thought-provoking challenges.

Start date31/10/2019
Duration2 hours 30 minutes
LocationInverness
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Culinary Medicine: An Extra Helping | York

Join us at our cooking and networking workshop evening. During the evening you will learn a new recipe, skills and tips while cooking your own supper in a relaxed social environment alongside colleagues.

Start date31/10/2019
Duration3 hours
LocationYork

Annual Branston Lecture and Dinner 2019

It is once again time for the Cumbria Faculty Annual Branston Lecture and Dinner, which is FREE OF CHARGE to all Cumbria Faculty members, there is a charge of £20 for non members. The Lecture will be followed by a three course Dinner (menu to be sent with confirmation of booking)

Start date31/10/2019
Duration3 hours 30 minutes
LocationPenrith

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