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MAP Study Afternoon

The session is ideal for anyone currently working through their MAP (Membership by Assessment) Portfolio. During the afternoon we will offer advice and support on how you can improve your submission, what tools are available to you, what you can and can’t include and if time allows we will look at how we can support you further through the process.

Start date10/07/2020
Duration3 hours

Reducing the Environmental Impact of Inhaler Prescribing

In this webinar James will examine current inhaler prescribing patterns and why changing these in the UK is so important in our efforts to address climate change.

Start date10/07/2020
Duration1 hours

Military Veterans

Looking after those who served in the United Kingdom’s armed forces is an important aspect of day to day general practice. This screencast introduces the current state of health of Britain’s 2.5 million military veterans and focuses on common aspects of veteran’s health, such as physical and emotional trauma and how all members of the primary care team can honour the military covenant by following appropriate referral patterns for ex-military personnel.

Unseen, unheard: Safeguarding children during COVID-19

RCGP would like to invite you to join our FREE 'Unseen, unheard: Safeguarding children during COVID-19' webinar via ZOOM.

Start date14/07/2020
Duration1 hours 15 minutes

Identifying and managing Vitamin D deficiency in Clinical practice

Learn more about the role of Vitamin D in bones and beyond. Within this session we have many learning objectives to support your clinical practice.

Start date14/07/2020
Duration1 hours

Haematology for General Practice

This half day event will discuss the common haematological issues that Health Care Professionals face in primary care on a regular basis with discussion on how to manage these, and when to refer to secondary care. These topics will be discussed using national and international guidance, and local policies but also useful tips from a Consultant haematologist. There will plenty of time for discussion, interaction will be encouraged, and the topics will be case-based.

Start date15/07/2020
Duration3 hours 30 minutes
LocationHandforth

AKT Preparation Series

This three part webinar-based version of our long standing AKT Preparation Course is designed to help GP Registrars prepare for RCGP AKT Examination, specifically to provide support for those taking the rescheduled August 2020 exam, at a time when we cannot run our very popular face to face courses.

Start date15/07/2020
Duration2 hours 30 minutes

SET Wellbeing: Milagros creative workshop  

In this session we will create Milagros and use the creative process as a prompt for reflection regarding our patients and our own experiences. It is recognised that small group discussions accompanying art and craft making have a unique quality and generate fresh insights.

Start date15/07/2020
Duration2 hours

Addiction: Risk taking behaviour in primary care

This webinar explores the assessment and initial management possible in primary care, and illustrates the key role that primary care plays in supporting addicts on the roads to recovery.

Start date15/07/2020
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

4th Later Careers and Retired Members Virtual Forum

The South London Faculty of RCGP would like to invite later career and retired GPs who may or may not be members of the College to a 4th virtual meeting which is part of a series of get-togethers for our local colleagues at this stage of their careers.

Start date15/07/2020
Duration1 hours 15 minutes

Women's Health and Contraception

The Beds & Herts Faculty would like to invite you to join them for a meeting on 'Women's Health and Contraception'.

Start date16/07/2020
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

SW Thames Webinar: The varied life of General Practice

The South West Thames Faculty would like to invite all AiT's and First5's to join our FREE webinar on career opportunities and options for GP's. We will discuss traditional career options such as the locum, salaried and partnership model as well as other areas of interest such as working out of hours, developing a specialist interest. We will also have our local CEPN chair who will take time to discuss opportunities in fellowship and mentoring schemes that may be of interest to you. There will be a panel Q&A which will allow you to put forward your questions on how to make the right decisions and develop insight into the varied working life of GPs.

Start date16/07/2020
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

EASE Dermatology Emergencies, Top 5 Lesions and Getting Started Teledermatology

As part of our EASE series, the NE London Faculty will host a remote evening event on ‘Dermatology emergencies, top 5 lesions and getting started in teledermatology’. The event is aimed at First 5s and AiTs. The talk will cover important Dermatology emergencies, their recognition and initial management. It will highlight 5 of the most important skin lesions, and how they can be distinguished from their mimics. I

Start date16/07/2020
Duration1 hours

Surviving and Thriving as a First5 GP: Getting the Most Out of Your Early Career

The Whiterose Region would like to invite all AiT's and First5's to join our FREE online webinar via ZOOM

Start date16/07/2020
Duration2 hours

Understanding the carbon footprint of primary care & taking action to reduce it

Matt will use this webinar to examine the carbon hotspots in primary care and how we can improve patient care, reducing our damaging footprint while saving money. He will show some of the practical solutions which are already available - we just need to act and implement them in our daily practice."

Start date17/07/2020
Duration1 hours

Hepatitis C: Enhancing Prevention, Testing and Care

This course provides an understanding of hepatitis C and its prevalence. It also gives an overview of the liver and its function, and the stages and natural history of untreated hepatitis C liver disease. This course is FREE to RCGP members and available for purchase by non-members.

SW Thames Faculty 1st LCARM Meeting: Later Career and Retired Members

The South West Thames Faculty of RCGP would like to invite all later career and retired GPs who may or may not be members of the College to a virtual meeting which is part of a series of planned get-togethers for our local colleagues at this stage of their careers.

Start date20/07/2020
Duration1 hours

Men's Health July 2020

Please join us this July to develop your knowledge of Men's Health. With key learning outcomes you really can not miss! This lecture is free for RCGP members and open to all GP's and nurses.

Start date20/07/2020
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Essentials Webinar Series | Preventing premature mortality in patients with a learning disability

RCGP would like to invite you to join our Essential Webinars | Remote management of common neurological presentations in primary care via ZOOM.

Start date21/07/2020
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Life after GP Training

Please join us to find more information about becoming financially organised after your GP training including your chance to ask all those vital extra questions.

Start date21/07/2020
Duration0 hours 40 minutes

Essentials Webinar Series | Remote management of common neurological presentations in primary care

RCGP would like to invite you to join our Essentials Webinar Series | Remote management of common neurological presentations in primary care via ZOOM.

Start date22/07/2020
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

COVID-19: Welcome back Late Career and GP Returners!

Please join us for an interactive event for all those in their late careers or returning to practice during the COVID-19 pandemic. The event will allow an opportunity to discuss the challenges and opportunities for those GPs in their late careers or returning to practice.

Start date22/07/2020
Duration1 hours

Magical thinking and wellbeing with Tracey Wise

This workshop will consider the use of magic in social prescribing for example supporting the confidence and manual dexterity of young people with cerebral palsy. "For children, motor disorders such as hemiplegia and other forms of paralysis can be physically and socially debilitating. Breathe Magic offers rehabilitation through magic." Magic can be used to remind us of the importance of the positive emotions of wonder and awe for resilience and wellbeing.

Start date22/07/2020
Duration2 hours 30 minutes

Virtual Leavers' Evening

Join us for an informative and highly interactive evening led by local GPs and Leicester faculty board members. The session will cover career options, practical tips, appraisal and revalidation, resilience during COVID-19, tips for telephone triage and personal wellbeing and resilience.

Start date22/07/2020
Duration2 hours

From ST to GP: Getting your career going - which career path to take?

From ST to GP: Getting your career going: Which career path to take? A collaborative event between Vale of Trent RCGP Faculty, Nottinghamshire Phoenix programme and GP Derbyshire Taskforce Session 2: Which career path to take? Different models of working in GP Aimed at Vale of Trent ST3s and new to practice GPs in the Vale of Trent area. A series of short presentations from a near peer partner, salaried, locum and portfolio GP. Followed by a Q and A with a supporting panel comprised of local new to practice and more experienced GPs.

Start date22/07/2020
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

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