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Midland Faculty Board - 2nd meeting of 2021-22

The second Midland Faculty board meeting of 2021-22 will take place on Thursday 9 September 2021. Please register if you would like to attend; all members are welcome to attend as observers and we are always very happy to welcome medical students, foundation doctors and AiTs.

Start date09/09/2021
Duration2 hours

LCARM National Community meeting

LCRM National Community meeting

Start date16/09/2021
Duration2 hours
LocationLondon

Student Symposium for Research in General Practice

A free online conference designed especially for medical students. Explore a career in research with interactive masterclasses and practical tips to getting involved.

Start date18/09/2021
Duration5 hours 30 minutes
Course full

New Members' & Fellows' Ceremony | Oxford

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.

Start date18/09/2021
Duration5 hours
LocationOxford

Finances for First5 GPs - getting the basics right

A whistle stop tour of some of the most important financial considerations for GP Registrars and newly qualified GPs: • The NHS Pension Scheme – why it’s important to understand now • Saving & Investing in the current climate • Mortgages for newly qualified GPs • Some common financial misconceptions for newly qualified GPs

Start date23/09/2021
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

RCGP & SMMGP Managing Drug & Alcohol Problems in Primary Care Conference 2021 REWIND

This joint RCGP and SMMGP conference returned digitally in March 2021 for its Silver Anniversary. The UK's biggest two day conference for GPs, shared care workers, nurses and other primary care staff, specialists, commissioners and researchers interested in, and involved with the management of drug and alcohol users in primary care.

Start date25/09/2021
Duration8 hours 30 minutes
LocationLondon

Is The GP At Work Actually A Poet In Practice?

Join us for this FREE creative writing workshop with Dr Avril Danczak GP. Find out how you can unleash your innate creativity and learn about ways to engage your inner artist in between consultations and leave work feeling energised at the end of the day. Being creative improves well being and relaxation and everyone has different ways of releasing creativity. In this session we will show you just what you can do with pen and paper, and some supportive colleagues..

Start date28/09/2021
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Northern GPST Leadership Forum Part 1

Although we recognise that leadership is important in medicine, it is far more than text in a curriculum or a tick box in a competency framework. Leadership is a life skill and is mostly about people. For this reason, it can't really be taught, but it can be learned through experience, equipped with the right tools. Want to get the best out of your leadership experiences? Want to know and recognise leadership skills you already have? And build upon those skills? Join our TWO-PART leadership forum series. This leadership forum series is suitable for all GPSTs, from ST1 through to ST3, as well as newly qualified GPs.

Start date21/10/2021
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Northern GPST Leadership Forum Part 2

Although we recognise that leadership is important in medicine, it is far more than text in a curriculum or a tick box in a competency framework. Leadership is a life skill and is mostly about people. For this reason, it can't really be taught, but it can be learned through experience, equipped with the right tools. Want to get the best out of your leadership experiences? Want to know and recognise leadership skills you already have? And build upon those skills? Join our TWO-PART leadership forum series. This leadership forum series is suitable for all GPSTs, from ST1 through to ST3, as well as newly qualified GPs.

Start date18/11/2021
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Non-diabetic Hyperglycaemia and the NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme

An e-Learning course on Non-diabetic Hyperglycaemia and the NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme. The course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals. Click the following link to access the course: http://elearning.rcgp.org.uk/course/view.php?id=359

Safeguarding people with a vulnerability to radicalisation

An e-Learning course on Safeguarding people with a vulnerability to radicalisation. This course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals.

Heavy Menstrual Bleeding

This half-hour course aims to improve the management of heavy menstrual bleeding (HMB). Using the NICE guidance as a key reference, investigation and treatment will be discussed as well as when to refer for specialist care. Case studies will illustrate common issues with diagnosis and treatment, when to investigate, how to manage in primary care and when to refer.

Screening for Alcohol Use Disorders

An eLearning screencast on Screening for Alcohol Use Disorders. The course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals. Click the following link to access the course: http://elearning.rcgp.org.uk/course/view.php?id=335

Creating an inclusive primary care environment

An e-Learning course on Creating an inclusive primary care environment. The course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals. Click the following link to access the course: http://elearning.rcgp.org.uk/course/view.php?id=352

Sexual and reproductive needs of the LGBT community

An e-Learning course on Sexual and reproductive needs of the LGBT community. The course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals. Click the following link to access the course: http://elearning.rcgp.org.uk/course/view.php?id=356

Mental health and suicide prevention

An e-Learning course on Mental health and suicide prevention for LGBT patients. The course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals. Click the following link to access the course: http://elearning.rcgp.org.uk/course/view.php?id=353

Inequality in healthcare provision: the current state of LGBT health

An e-Learning course on Inequality in healthcare provision: the current state of LGBT health. The course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals. Click the following link to access the course: http://elearning.rcgp.org.uk/course/view.php?id=350

Using language that is inclusive of the LGBT population

An eLearning screencast on Using language that is inclusive of the LGBT population. The course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals. Click the following link to access the course: http://elearning.rcgp.org.uk/course/view.php?id=344

The Older LGBT Patient

An e-Learning course on The Older LGBT Patient. The course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals. Click the following link to access the course: http://elearning.rcgp.org.uk/course/view.php?id=357

Kawasaki Disease

This course explores Kawasaki disease, the leading cause of acquired heart disease in UK children. The course focuses on the need to consider it as a diagnosis and how essential it is to achieve early treatment. Its presentation to General Practice will be discussed, along with risk factors for developing the disease, and potential differential diagnoses as well as the long-term management relevant to the GP.

Reducing cardiovascular risk in primary care

This course aims to update GPs on the prevention and management of cardiovascular disease. The course will use case studies to review the impact of cardiovascular disease (CVD) on patients in the United Kingdom and suggest evidence-based strategies to reduce cardiovascular (CV) risk. New data will be discussed which is likely to increase the use of anticoagulation in patients with CVD and the course will also consider the assessment of the risks and benefits of treatment in patients who are elderly, frail or have multiple co-morbidities. The main references for the course will be the NICE guidelines on established cardiovascular diseases and risk factor management.

Targeted use of Anti-Diabetics

This session will explore the need for a personalised approach to the management of type 2 diabetes (T2D). Previous approaches to the management of T2D have been very glucose-centric, however, newer guidance suggests identifying key co-morbidities such as cardiovascular disease (CVD) and targeting newer diabetes therapies accordingly.

Diabetes Medication Review & Optimisation

This course will deliver an understanding of medication review and optimisation in diabetes. Areas covered include the information required to inform the review, the need for shared decision making, and the importance of deprescribing as well as adding new drugs.

Lifestyle Modification

An eLearning course on Lifestyle Modification. This course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals.

The Management of Diabetic Kidney Disease

This screencast looks at chronic kidney disease in the setting of diabetes, focusing on the scale of the problem and the steps that can be taken to reduce the risks of it developing or to slow progression.

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