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GP Parent Coffee Morning

Are you a parent and a North East GP? We’d love to invite you to join us for an informal catch up, join us for coffee and a cake as well as the opportunity for your little ones to play while you can watch and chat in a lovely friendly environment!

Start date20/05/2022
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

GP Peer Support Group Facilitator Training - part 2

Do you want to provide a safe and confidential space for colleagues to think brilliantly about what matters most and leave feeling supported, valued and appreciated? If so, then this opportunity could be for you! With the aim of supporting colleagues on the frontline of general practice, the South Yorkshire and North Trent RCGP Faculty have commissioned training for interested members in peer support group facilitation.

Start date23/05/2022
Duration3 hours
Course full

GMC consultation Event- Good Medical Practice

Please join us for an interactive consultation event - The GMC are reviewing Good medical practice – the core standards for doctors. The guidance was last reviewed in 2012. Much has changed since then and we want our updated guidance to promote positive workplace cultures that are compassionate, civil, inclusive and fair.

Start date24/05/2022
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

SW Thames Pilates recorded session - 24 May 2022

The SW Thames Faculty are pleased to announce we now have a weekly recorded Pilates session. The session has been pre-recorded by our Pilates instructor Sharon Ayre and gives you the freedom to do your workout on different days and times and as many times as you would like for 1 week.

Start date24/05/2022
Duration0 hours

The Active Practice Charter - South West

Join us for a webinar with Dr Hussain Al-Zubaidi and Dr Andrew Boyd, RCGP Clinical Champion's for Physical Activity and Lifestyle, about the Active Practice Charter and its benefits for practice wellbeing, how you can achieve Active Practice status, and different ways you can partner with local physical activity providers.

Start date25/05/2022
Duration1 hours 15 minutes

Balint Taster Evening

RCGP Wales and Faculties are collaborating to invite you to join Balint Group colleagues for this Balint taster session for GPs practising in Wales.

Start date25/05/2022
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

NWL Deep End 3: From the cradle to the grave: life course approach and trauma informed care

Join us for the third in a monthly series of discussions, where we will be discussing trauma-informed care. There is increasing awareness of the role of trauma in shaping health and wellbeing across the lifecourse, especially in Deep End communities. In this session we will discuss what trauma is, how it impacts the health and lives of patients and what support is available. We will be hearing from a trauma survivor about their lived experience and what you can do to make sure your practice is trauma-informed.

Start date25/05/2022
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

First5 Drop In & Debrief

Join us for our regular NW England Faculty's First5 Drop-In & Debrief Session. There is no specific agenda for the evening, just a chance for you to share the thoughts of your day with your colleagues whilst relaxing in a welcoming atmosphere. Tickets are FREE but limited so book quickly to avoid disappointment.

Start date26/05/2022
Duration2 hours
LocationPreston

What GP partners need to know about NHS Net Zero ambitions & climate action

Climate change threatens health across the world. NHS England is responding this and has set ambitious national targets for carbon reduction. At RCGP East Anglia we want to support our members and their practices to learn about and take action on climate change. This one hour virtual session will cover the main aspects of why practices and staff should take action, the non-clinical/clinical emission hotspots, how to use the online non-clinical emissions carbon calculator, and how to prioritise actions.

Start date26/05/2022
Duration1 hours
Course full

Effective out of hours practice: part four: sepsis, mental health and challenging situations

This four-part online evening course is presented by the Beds & Herts Faculty and is open exclusively to EoE GP Trainees working towards their unscheduled care competencies and GPs wanting to start or return to out of hours work. Each session will last two hours, providing an overview of key knowledge and skills required to undertake out of hours work. Delegates must sign up to 4 individual workshops (Pt1 - Pt4) in order to complete the course.

Start date26/05/2022
Duration2 hours

South Yorkshire North Trent AGM 2022

The RCGP South Yorkshire North Trent Faculty invites you to join us for our hybrid AGM on Thursday 26 May 2022. 2021 was an extraordinary year and this is our opportunity to share the remarkable work of the various primary care communities in our region. We will also celebrate the work of individuals, particularly the new Fellows appointed in 2021.

Start date26/05/2022
Duration2 hours 45 minutes
LocationBarnsley

Finding Your Tribe: In celebration of our International Medical Graduates

We would like to invite you to join our FREE Humber and the Ridings face to face event to welcome International Medical Graduates to Primary Care. Discover more and meet like minded GPs within the region.

Start date27/05/2022
Duration3 hours

SE Thames Faculty walk 2022 - Horsted Keynes

The Faculty are delighted to invite you to our annual Faculty walk on Saturday 28 May at Horsted Keynes. We will meet at 10am in the public car park in Horsted Keynes, behind the community centre. The circular distance is 5 miles and we will allow approximately 2.5 hours for the walk. There are some lovely views across the Sussex High Weald, and also a chance to see the Heritage Bluebell Railway trains as part of the walk follows the line.

Start date28/05/2022
Duration5 hours 15 minutes
LocationHaywards Heath

Safeguarding Children and Adults – Information Sharing

Information sharing is essential for effective safeguarding. It is a key factor identified in many serious case reviews (SCRs), where poor information sharing has resulted in missed opportunities to take action that keeps children and young people safe. The Data Protection Act 2018, GDPR legislation and Human Rights law are not barriers to justified information sharing, but provide a framework to ensure that personal information about living individuals is shared appropriately.

Obesity and COVID-19

Obesity is one of the commonest chronic conditions seen in clinical practice, with 29% of adults in the UK currently classified as having obesity and the number set to rise to 39% by 2025. COVID-19 has highlighted obesity as one of the most prevalent diseases in people living with this illness, with increased risk of hospitalisation, critical care admission and mortality in those who are infected. These educational sessions include two webinars and podcast about why obesity and the metabolic syndrome appear to be such a high risk factor for patients living with obesity. They will discuss the impact of the lock-down and suspension of obesity services on mental and physical health. The goal is to provide GPs with tips on how to best support people living with obesity through the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.

Neuromuscular Disorders in Childhood

This screencast looks at neuromuscular disorders, particularly focusing on Duchenne muscular dystrophy and spinal muscular atrophy. Tips on recognising neuromuscular disorders are discussed, along with the importance of early recognition and referral in order to optimise function for the affected person. The content of this screencast was adapted from the Recognising Neuromuscular Disorders – A practical approach eLearning module, developed by Royal College of Paediatricians and Child Health.

Comedy Medicine: A dose of humour

The South West faculties, invite members to attend this Wellbeing event. Performance and comedy teacher, Maggie Iriving, creates a safe space for people to express themselves; learn some of the comedy tricks of the trade and understand how a dash of appropriate humour can support wellness.

Start date06/06/2022
Duration2 hours

Telephone Consultation & Triage Skills Course

Are you worried about doing remote telephone triage or perhaps you're already experienced in this high risk area and want to brush up on your skills? This course will provide you with a real understanding of how to manage the risks involved in remote telephone consultations and the benefits this work can bring when practised effectively. This day will give you tools and techniques to best handle remote telephone consultations. This ONLINE course will taught via ZOOM.

Start date06/06/2022
Duration7 hours 45 minutes

"What's Up Doc" Drop In Coffee Morning

We would like to invite you to join our FREE Northern region networking coffee morning for late-career and retired members. This will be a meeting of minds for idea exchanges and sharing support. Let us offer combined wisdom, experience and guidance to support you. How can WE help YOU? Feel free to drop in at any point during the hour and join the conversation! This event repeats on the first Tuesday of every month.

Start date07/06/2022
Duration1 hours

Prescribing at the End of Life

This event will cover issues regarding end of life prescriptions and end of life care, with a focus on common clinical scenarios and medications. The event includes a Q&A session with Consultant in Palliative Medicine, Dr Jayne McAuley.

Start date07/06/2022
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Effective out of hours practice: part one: Emergency Work, Safeguarding, Complaints & Safety

This four-part online evening course is presented by the Beds & Herts Faculty and is open exclusively to EoE GP Trainees working towards their unscheduled care competencies and GPs wanting to start or return to out of hours work. Each session will last two hours, providing an overview of key knowledge and skills required to undertake out of hours work. Delegates must sign up to 4 individual workshops (Pt1 - Pt4) in order to complete the course.

Start date07/06/2022
Duration2 hours

Greener GPs | Health co-benefits of climate mitigation

This event is the first of our RCGP Scotland Greener GP series. Join Dr Munro Stewart to learn about the health co-benefits of climate mitigation and opportunities for primary care professionals to tackle health problems in our communities in a greener, more sustainable way.

Start date08/06/2022
Duration1 hours 15 minutes

The Active Practice Charter - Central and East England

Join us for a webinar with Dr Hussain Al-Zubaidi, RCGP Clinical Champion for Physical Activity and Lifestyle, about the Active Practice Charter and its benefits for practice wellbeing, how you can achieve Active Practice status, and different ways you can partner with local physical activity providers.

Start date08/06/2022
Duration1 hours 15 minutes

IMG Listening Group - We Hear You

This event is focused on IMGs in GP training to highlight the challenges faced during your training years with a view to minimise any negative impact or outcomes during your GP training journey. This is a listening event and we hope you will join us to share you journey and hear how you have overcome some setbacks. There will be two short talks from colleagues.

Start date08/06/2022
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

How to Manage Conflict

How good are you at managing conflict? - Join the resilient practice team to uncover fascinating insights as to how conflict arises and learn innovative, practical tools and techniques for managing it.

Start date08/06/2022
Duration1 hours

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