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Safeguarding - Vulnerable Adults

This Safeguarding course looks to refresh your knowledge on how to best look after vulnerable adults.  It will cover topics such as deprivation of liberty, the mental capacity act and consent, domestic abuse and safeguarding.  

Start date11/04/2019
Duration7 hours 30 minutes
LocationCardiff
Course full

East Anglia Faculty Ophthalmology in Primary Care (open to EoE GP Trainees)

A one day practical course for East of England GP Trainees is fully funded by HEE EoE which focuses on practical teaching: how to get the most out of your ophthalmoscope, pupil examination and visual fields.

Start date17/04/2019
Duration8 hours 30 minutes
LocationBedford

"Ask the Expert" First5 Evening - Head & Neck Lumps

This evening event is for First5 GPs and the presentation for the evening is by Mr Sharan Jayaram Consultant. Will speak on Head and Neck Lumps/Cancers common in Primary Care.

Start date23/04/2019
Duration2 hours 30 minutes
LocationSwinton

Medical Terminology

This is a fun and participative workshop to give staff the skills to break down event the longest medical word into something understandable. Delegates will learn the basic rules to terminology and apply them to a number of typical in-practice situations

Start date24/04/2019
Duration3 hours
LocationInverness

Signposting skills and good telephone call handling

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 date24/04/2019
Duration3 hours 30 minutes
LocationInverness

Retired GPs Afternoon Tea

The RCGP Cumbria Faculty would like to invite our retired GP Members to join us for Afternoon Tea. This event is FREE OF CHARGE.

Start date24/04/2019
Duration2 hours 30 minutes
LocationKeswick

Women's Health

Join us for an update on women's health at the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce on 24 April. Topics covered will be breast infections, inflammatory breast cancer and genito-urinary syndrome of the menopause there will also be an opportunity to network. The evening will start with a light supper at 18.00 followed by the main event at 19.00. Speakers:- Mr Balapathiran Balasubramanian, General Surgeon, Spire Parkway Hospital Mr Gurminder Matharu, Consultant Gynaecologist and Urogynaecologist, Spire Parkway Hospital

Start date24/04/2019
Duration3 hours
LocationBirmingham

Practical stress management and developing resilience

Working in the GP practice today involves dealing with high demand and high expectations – not just from patients but from the whole service. Staff keep going the extra mile – because ‘that’s just what we do”. Very often our resilience is low and we may not recognise it until we start experiencing the symptoms. In this insightful and fun session we will uncover the components of resilience and measure our own levels – how is your resilience today? Stress is one of the biggest contributors to low resilience and we will look in detail at what stress is, why it occurs and its effects – not just on us but on the rest of the team. Our trainer will take us through a range of quick, and effective, stress reducing techniques we can use every day in the practice including challenging our thought process, guided breathing, quick mindfulness and simple Qigong rebalancing techniques.

Start date25/04/2019
Duration3 hours
LocationInverness

Dealing with aggressive patients & ZERO tolerance

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 date25/04/2019
Duration3 hours 30 minutes
LocationInverness

Minor Surgery with DOPS 25-26 April 2019

This Minor Surgery course includes an evidence-based approach to skin surgery in general practice with a hands-on programme for education appraisal accreditation and revalidation with the usual certificates for CPD and DOPS assessment. We cover the whole range of procedures from the additional services to the DES. It offers a high tutor to delegate ratio and the small group work allows for an introduction to, or fine-tuning of technical skills, supported by current published literature and guidance. A review of the current medicolegal landscape highlights the pitfalls to avoid with ease. Taught by tutors with a background in general practice and led by the education lead for the Association of Surgeons in Primary Care and an expert witness for the MPS MDU and GMC this course guides you to an enjoyable stress-free minor surgery practice.

Start date25/04/2019
Duration1 day 8 hours

East Anglia Faculty Clinical Skills Course ST1 and ST2 (open to EoE GP Trainees)

This one day interactive course open to East of England GP Trainees is fully funded by HEEEoE and is an introductory course for ST1's and ST2's.

Start date25/04/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationCambridge

North Scotland Faculty GP Study Day

North Scotland Faculty Spring 2019 GP Study Day. We are pleased to announce a great line up for this year's RCGP study day. The day is usually well attended and a great opportunity to catch up with colleagues from all over Highland. Lunch and free parking are included. Book early to avoid disappointment and look forward to seeing you there!

Start date26/04/2019
Duration7 hours
LocationInverness

Yorkshire Celebrating General Practice 2019

Join us for 2019 Yorkshire Celebrating General Practice on Saturday 27 April 2019 at Weetwood Hall for an evening celebrating all things General Practice in the Yorkshire area. The event is being hosted by the RCGP Yorkshire Faculty. The evening will be a chance to network and celebrate with your colleagues from all around the Yorkshire area there will be a 3 course meal along with awards and after dinner speaker.

Start date27/04/2019
Duration4 hours 30 minutes
LocationLeeds

Dermatology in Primary Care

This 1 day course is designed to provide primary care practitioners with up-to-date, evidence-based information on commonly encountered dermatology medical issues, while suggesting practical approaches to clinical management.

Start date30/04/2019
Duration7 hours 45 minutes
LocationSouthampton

Basic Life Support workshop

Basic Life Support Session, includes CPR and use of defibrillators and the use of models for practice. You will receive a certificate for your appraisal and revalidation requirements.

Start date30/04/2019
Duration2 hours 30 minutes
LocationLeicester

Exeter CPD meeting - FIT testing and bowel cancer referrals

Free monthly CPD event available to members and non-members. These meetings offer the opportunity to educate and socialise with colleagues. Each month the Tamar Faculty put on free monthly CPD events available to members and non-members.  These meetings offer the opportunity to gain valuable CPD and the chance to meet and socialise with colleagues.

Start date30/04/2019
Duration2 hours

Retired GPs Afternoon Tea

The RCGP Cumbria Faculty would like to invite our retired GP Members to join us for Afternoon Tea. This event is FREE OF CHARGE.

Start date01/05/2019
Duration2 hours 30 minutes
LocationWindermere

Mental Health: Addiction and Personality Disorders

South East Thames RCGP Faculty welcomes you to attend a morning devoted to addiction and personality disorders as they present in general practice, with the aim that participants will learn how to recognise and manage both presentation and ongoing care in the community, and know what support is available for both clinicians and patients in this process. After a previous very successful workshop, we shall again be working with the psychiatric team from the Priory Hospital Group and look forward to lively debate and an interactive session. Recognising how important these issues are in today’s general practice, this event has been subsidised to enable GPs at all stages of practice to attend. We look forward to seeing you there and would encourage early booking as spaces are limited to the first 40 applicants.

Start date01/05/2019
Duration4 hours 30 minutes
LocationBrighton

Two day Minor Surgery

This two day Minor Surgery course is designed as a basic course for GP Trainees and GPs who do not currently practise Minor Surgery. Topics include: Basic surgical technique Suturing techniques Removal of Cysts and Lipoma Dermatological Surgery Cryosurgery Joint injections Medico-legal Infection Control & Administration The learning atmosphere will be informal and participants will have ample opportunity to discuss points of particular interest.

Start date01/05/2019
Duration1 day 7 hours
LocationLeyland

Minor Surgery

RCGPNI invite you to attend a two day highly practical Minor Surgery Course. The course is for healthcare professionals who would like to develop or improve their surgical skills, whilst learning to provide a safe, effective and modern Minor Surgery Service.

Start date02/05/2019
Duration1 day 7 hours
LocationArmagh

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 date02/05/2019
Duration1 day 8 hours
LocationLondon

SL End of Life Care - Common Clinical Scenarios and Advanced Legal Issues

RCGP South London Faculty, is partnering with Difficult Conversations Ltd and St Christopher’s Hospice, to present a 1-day GMC endorsed Masterclass: End of Life Care - Common Clinical Scenarios and Advanced Legal Issues

Start date02/05/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationLondon

Women's Cancer Event

This RCGP South East Wales Faculty study afternoon hopes to refresh your knowledge on women's cancers. These are often difficult to diagnose and can be missed so Doctors should always be cautious about having a high index of suspicion. We are inviting local consultants to speak about these topics as well as a patient talking about their experience.

Start date02/05/2019
Duration3 hours 15 minutes
LocationCardiff

Minor Surgery Update Including DOPS Assessment 3 May 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 date03/05/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationLuton

Enhancing Skills in Primary Care Ophthalmology

All you need to know to provide effective eye care in the community! A one day practical course which focuses on practical teaching: how to get the most out of your ophthalmoscope, pupil examination and visual fields. The interactive teaching style is targeted to the busy consultation to enable competence and effective care strategies for patients.

Start date03/05/2019
Duration8 hours 30 minutes
LocationOxford

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