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Essentials Webinar Series REWIND | Remote management of common neurological presentations

This is a recording of a live webinar that took place on 22 July 2020. This recording will be available to view until 22 January 2021. GPs are now practising in unprecedented times - mostly remotely, and with limited resources. It is however very important to continue providing effective and safe practice from primary care and to ensure that our patients continue to receive the care they need. We will discuss cases and explore treatment solutions, including giving advice, when to continue monitoring, when to refer for further tests, and how to manage on an ongoing basis

Essentials Webinar Series REWIND | Alcohol misuse in and after lockdown

This is a recording of a live webinar that took place on 22 July 2020. This recording will be available to view until 22 January 2021. GPs are now practising in unprecedented times - mostly remotely, and with limited resources. It is however very important to continue providing effective and safe practice from primary care and to ensure that our patients continue to receive the care they need. We will discuss cases and explore treatment solutions, including giving advice, when to continue monitoring, when to refer for further tests, and how to manage on an ongoing basis

Essentials Webinar Series REWIND | Addressing the complex problems that patients with a learning disability experience recording

This 1.5 hour webinar will explore providing advance care, managing the complex health issues on an ongoing basis and improving treatment solutions.

One Day Essentials | Neurology

With the recent rise of remote consultations we have created a programme that will cover most of the challenging neurological presentations to us GPs. The programme will include tips on how to recognise and to manage them remotely, including when and where to refer.

Start date29/01/2021
Duration8 hours

Safeguarding Adult and Children - Level 3

Join us for this Level 3 adult and child safeguarding course. Led by Dr Joy Shacklock this full-day course focuses on a practical approach to safeguarding as a GP, taking into account the uniqueness and complexity of general practice. The course covers adult and child safeguarding and is Level 3.

Start date02/02/2021
Duration5 hours 15 minutes

Antibiotic Resistance in Primary Care

This course looks at the problem of dependence on medicines both prescribed and over-the-counter. The concept of dependence is explored along with information on how it might develop who is at increased risk and how you might recognise it. There is a focus on the particular dependence-forming medicines that might be encountered in primary care and information is provided on good prescribing practice. Management strategies are discussed noting that dependence usually develops slowly and so there are several opportunities to intervene.

Essentials Webinar REWIND Menopause management: The how-to guide for remote consultation

This is a recording of a live webinar that took place on 5 August 2020. This recording will be available to view until 5 February 2021. This webinar will provide tips on how to manage menopause consultations remotely. Supported by the FSRH, RCOG and BMS, it will also include prescribing HRT, HRT equivalents and troubleshooting common HRT problems in primary care settings. As we ease out of lockdown, GP’s continue to practise remotely with limited resources. This webinar will provide tips on developing remote consultations for menopause management within your primary care team.

Course full

London Primary Care and Cancer Matters GP Train the Trainer Workshop

The Royal College of General Practitioners and Cancer Research UK, partnered with local HEE post graduate medical education teams, invite you to attend a complimentary one-day GP Train the Trainer workshop focused on the enhanced role of primary care in cancer control. This workshop will consist of a keynote speaker, Dr Richard Roope (RCGP and CRUK Clinical Champion for Cancer) and local cancer clinical leaders.

Start date10/02/2021
Duration7 hours
LocationLondon

Test Deposits-29-05-20 -- DO NOT BOOK

This is the first 2 day conference. The programme is diverse so it is suitable for GPs at all stages of their careers. There will be key note speakers at the start of both days followed by a clinical lecture and different clinical workshops that you can choose to attend depending on your learning needs. Other workshops will cover careers finances appraisal and revalidation as well as political issues such as the future of General Practice. We have the Peter Graves from the LMC coming to speak as well as Roger Neighbour who will be closing the conference. There really is a diverse array of clinical and non-clinical topics that will be covered over the 2 days as well as opportunities to network and catch up with colleagues.

Start date12/02/2021
Duration1 day 8 hours
LocationLuton

Diabetes Management in Primary Care

This day is aimed at GPs, nurses and GP trainees to enable you to manage type 2 diabetes more effectively, increase your confidence

Start date23/02/2021
Duration7 hours
LocationLeyland

Joint Injections (PM)

The workshop will be conducted in small groups and cover injection techniques for knee, elbow, hip, hand and wrist. A short interactive presentation on common MSK conditions needing injections will be followed by practical sessions on joint and soft tissue injection techniques using models.

Start date04/03/2021
Duration4 hours
LocationWigan

Joint Injections (AM)

The workshop will be conducted in small groups and cover injection techniques for knee, elbow ,hip, hand and wrist. A short interactive presentation on common MSK conditions needing injections will be followed by practical sessions on joint and soft tissue injection techniques using models.

Start date04/03/2021
Duration3 hours 30 minutes
LocationWigan

GP SelfTest for the refresher (returner) doctors

Welcome to the GP Selftest Induction and Refreshers Scheme. The three tests have been specifically designed for the International General Practitioner Recruitment Programme. This online learning needs assessment tool will help you to validate your knowledge and identify areas for improvement. There are 100 multiple choice questions in each test and they have been written and quality assured by GPs and examiners. The tests are designed to cover all of the curriculum areas required and will provide you with extensive feedback and links to further learning resources.

Practical aspects of allergy diagnosis

An e-Learning course on Practical aspects of allergy diagnosis. 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=314

Endometriosis

An e-Learning course on Endometriosis. 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=307

AKT Preparation March 2021

This course run by the North West Faculty will give an introduction to the AKT paper study designs and basic statistics clinical epidemiology application of evidence in practice mock exam and group exercises.

Start date17/03/2021
Duration8 hours 30 minutes
LocationManchester

Haematology Made Easy - 18 March 2021

This Haematology Made Easy course led by Dr Anshu Garg is aimed at the health care professionals working in primary care. It will help them to provide better care to the patients and will aid better and confident diagnosis and also help with the decision to refer to secondary care. It will also include the appropriate NICE and other guidelines discussion in the sessions.

Start date18/03/2021
Duration4 hours 30 minutes
LocationWakefield

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

A two-day conference on managing drug and alcohol problems in primary care

Start date25/03/2021
Duration1 day 7 hours
LocationLondon
Course full

London Primary Care and Cancer Matters: GP Train the Trainer Workshop

The Royal College of General Practitioners and Cancer Research UK, invite you to attend a FREE one-day workshop focused on the enhanced role of primary care in cancer control. This workshop will consist of a keynote speaker, Dr Richard Roope (RCGP and CRUK Clinical Champion for Cancer) and local cancer clinical leaders.

Start date30/03/2021
Duration7 hours
LocationLondon

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 date15/05/2021
Duration5 hours
LocationOxford

Conversation on Type 2 Diabetes

An e-Learning resource on type 2 diabetes. The online adaptation is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals. Click the following link to access the course: http://elearning.rcgp.org.uk/course/view.php?id=343

Common infections in primary care

Three eLearning screencasts on Common infections in primary care. These screencasts are FREE to all primary healthcare professionals.

Genetic Haemochromatosis

An e-Learning course on Atrial Fibrillation. The course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals. Click the following link to access the course: http://elearning.rcgp.org.uk/course/edit.php?id=262

Group Learning Matters: Adult and Child Safeguarding

A Group Learning Matters e-Learning course on Adult and Child Safegaurding. The course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals. Click the following link to access the course: https://elearning.rcgp.org.uk/course/view.php?id=334

Supporting mental health in low-income communities: the DeSTRESS Project

This eLearning screencast discusses the DeSTRESS project, which was set up to understand the challenges facing GPs who see patients with mental distress relating to poverty. The screencast explains some of the evidence linking poverty to poor mental health and discusses some of the difficulties that GPs may face when dealing with such patients. It then goes on to give some consultation tips that we can use and ways to make a small difference from one consultation to the next. Finally it reminds us that we are human too and that we need to look after ourselves in order to be able to help our patients.

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