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Joint Injections Wigan (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 date23/04/2020
Duration4 hours
LocationWigan

Joint Injections Wigan (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 date23/04/2020
Duration3 hours 30 minutes
LocationWigan

SYNTillate Conference 2020

This is our first RCGP regional conference for the SYNT (South Yorkshire North Trent) faculty area. This is for the whole practice team and we will have national keynote speakers, short talks, practical workshops and much much more. At the SYNTillate conference you will: • Hear inspiring people who will motivate us • Find out what is happening across our region and meet those who are making changes that could help us all • Share tools & resources to help us develop our teams • Network with colleagues in similar roles and share best practice. • Change the way we do conferences by making this a ‘green’ event Places are limited so please spread the word and sign up early.

Start date23/04/2020
Duration8 hours
LocationSheffield

East Anglia Faculty BringBaby Professional Development Update

Working with the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Training Hub, BringBaby aims to provide free professional development update events to those on parental leave, career break or who work whilst having young children and take the stress out of having to find childcare for the day – simply bring your baby to the update event and learn whilst with your baby. Hear about recent updates within your profession, network with local colleagues and enjoy a day with a difference with your baby. Babies of 20 months and under are welcome to attend with their parent.

Start date24/04/2020
Duration4 hours 45 minutes

North West London Primary Care Awards 2020 – A brighter future for healthcare

The North and West London Faculty is pleased to announce its first major awards ceremony and dinner. Celebrating the very best in Primary Care, these awards will recognise all outstanding contributions from front-line GPs to lifetime achievers, researchers and students, practice teams and patient participation groups plus many more…

Start date24/04/2020
Duration0 days 7 hours
LocationLondon

The Art of Increasing Resilience and Cultivating Wellbeing in General Practice

Enhance your CPD experience with this unique and compelling resilience course. Dr Karen Forshaw and Physiotherapist/Hypnotherapist Chrissie Mowbray will raise your awareness of the importance of resilience in General Practice. They will provide you with the opportunity to improve your self-awareness. You will experience guided meditation and learn mindfulness techniques. You will take away a range of practical skills from which you can create your own bespoke resilience toolkit. You will gain the ability to create a Five-Point Rescue Plan to address any situation thereby increasing your resilience. You will reduce your risk of burnout and gain a renewed appreciation of the joy of General Practice.

Start date24/04/2020
Duration8 hours 30 minutes
LocationDudley

Emergencies in Primary Care

This course aims to provide essential skills for GPs to provide initial life and neuron-saving resuscitative measures until further help arrives.

Start date25/04/2020
Duration7 hours 30 minutes
LocationSouthampton

Shared reading /creative writing session

Led by GP appraiser Linda Miller this session will incorporate shared reading a practice shown to have benefits for mental health and loneliness. The organisation The Reader delivers shared reading groups in conjunction with local libraries, their research has shown that "Shared Reading changes lives by improving well-being, reducing social isolation and building stronger communities. "https://www.thereader.org.uk/about-us/our-research/

Start date27/04/2020
Duration2 hours
LocationLondon

Retired Members' Afternoon Tea

You are invited to join us for an afternoon at beautiful Arley Hall in the heart of the Cheshire countryside. The afternoon will begin with a classic afternoon tea served in the Gardner’s Kitchen. You will then be invited to join Arley Hall’s Head Gardner for a private guided tour of the stunning gardens which I understand are truly remarkable in April. After the tour will be free to wander around the eight acres of gardens until closing time.

Start date27/04/2020
Duration2 hours 30 minutes
LocationNorthwich

"Ask the Expert" First5 Evening - Respiratory

This evening event is for First5 GPs and the presentation for the evening is by Mr Nawar Bakerley Consultant Respiratory Medicine with special interest in Asthma, Chronic Cough, Recurrent Chest Infections, Bronchiectasis, Emphysema and COPD

Start date28/04/2020
Duration2 hours 15 minutes
LocationSwinton

Later Career and Retired Members - Future Engagement

This is an evening meeting to discuss the Later Career and Retired Members Group of GPs within South-East Thames Faculty of the Royal College of General Practitioners. The College is locally working to recognise your skills and expertise, address the concerns and challenges you face, make sure your voice is heard, encourage more active participation and provide guidance and advice. The meeting will consist of a working supper with active participation through table top exercises and feedback. It will address clinical working in the later part of your career, career choices and options, planning for retirement and life after retirement. This is a new venture for the College and our faculty. We want to hear from you on how your College can support you and you supporting us.

Start date29/04/2020
Duration3 hours 30 minutes
LocationGoose Green, Hadlow, Tonbridge

Gastro oesophageal reflux disease a case based approach to management

Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD) is a common presentation in the western world with a prevalence of ca 10-28 % in adults and a growing prevalence in children. Prior use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs smoking excess body weight and gastrointestinal and cardiac conditions are all associated with an increased risk of a diagnosis of GORD making it important to advise on lifestyle changes in primary care before starting to prescribe. Proton pump inhibitors (PPI) prescriptions have risen over the last ten years with up to 41% of elderly patients on PPIs. This primary care focused course of four fifteen minute modules aims to improve management of GORD in primary care whilst reducing unnecessary prescribing.

Five Minutes to Musculoskeletal Care

An e-Learning course on Five Minutes to Musculoskeletal Care. This course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals.

Taking Action to Support Carers in Practice Teams

An e-Learning course on taking action to support carers in practice teams. This course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals in the UK.

Supporting Carers in General Practice

An e-Learning course on Supporting Carers in General Practice. This course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals in the UK.

Suicide Prevention

This hour long course consists of two modules. The first gives a background to the scale of the problem of suicide and what the home nations are doing to address it. The second takes a case-based approach to suicide prevention strategies and highlights resources which are useful in mitigating the risk of suicide. This course is FREE to RCGP members and available for purchase by non-members.

Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy and Seizure Safety

An e-Learning course on Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy and Seizure Safety. This course is FREE to RCGP members and available for purchase by non-members.

Skin Infections

An eLearning course on skin infections. This course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals.

Sexual Health in Primary Care

This e-module covers sexual health in general practice. This course is FREE to all primary health care professionals.

Safeguarding Adults at Risk of Harm

In primary care we often encounter patients who are vulnerable and at risk of abuse or neglect. This course aims to improve detection and management of adults in need of safeguarding.

RCGP Research Ready

RCGP Research Ready accredited practices have access to four new 'elearning' modules. These modules are a resource to support equip and maintain high standards in research management within your practice. They are available for the whole practice team for the duration of your accreditation.

Research and Surveillance in Primary Care

Research and Surveillance in Primary Care

Quality Improvement in Primary Care

Considering quality improvement is integral to effective service delivery. This module introduces you to quality improvement. It describes what it is how it builds on existing systems what makes it work well and how you can get started.

Quality and the Educational Supervisor's Report

The Educational Supervisor's Report (ESR) provides key evidence of trainees' progression towards attaining the RCGP competences as part of work place based assessment. This course provides practical advice on how to write a good quality ESR. This course is FREE to RCGP members Associates-in-Training and available on subscription to others.

Eating Disorders

An e-Learning course on Eating Disorders. This course is FREE to RCGP members and available for purchase for non-members.

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