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EWS Webinar | Persistent physical symptoms beyond MUS - part 1

In the first of the webinars in this two part series, we will summarise recent knowledge about persistent physical symptoms from a range of perspectives. We will demonstrate that these disorders need not be “medically unexplained” and to provide GPs with knowledge that is clinically relevant.

Start date29/07/2021
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

EWS Webinar | Persistent physical symptoms beyond MUS - part 2

In this second part of the series will focus on applying the key skills learned in part one in your GP consultation. Looking at explaining persistent physical symptoms which cannot be fully explained by biomedical abnormalities are a core component of general practice. Health professionals commonly, refer to these as medically unexplained symptoms.

Start date05/08/2021
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

EWS Webinar | Women's health - HRT: top tips for GPs

Brought to you by the Beds and Herts Faculty, this open-to-all session will give a summary of good HRT prescribing practice for GPs, with case studies to illustrate common scenarios we see in our surgeries.

Start date10/08/2021
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

EWS Webinar | Women's health: contraception - part 1

Brought to you by the Beds and Herts Faculty, this open-to-all session will cover contraceptive choices for particular groups of women. We will look at guidance for women we regularly see in our surgeries.

Start date26/08/2021
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

EWS Webinar | Women's health: contraception - part 2

Brought to you by the Beds and Herts Faculty, this open-to-all session will cover emergency contraception and problematic bleeding that women can experience on hormonal contraception. We will also look at where to access UKMEC and how to apply the criteria in practice.

Start date06/09/2021
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

EWS Webinar | Gastroenterology Part 1: Pitfalls and Pearls of Diagnosis and Management of IBD

A series of six webinars on Gastroenterology covering various topics supported by Bed & Herts faculty.

Start date07/09/2021
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

EWS Webinar | Leukaemia – part 1: acute leukaemia

Primary care health professionals play a crucial role in diagnosing blood cancer early. Patients often present with non-specific symptoms and different types of leukemia have their own challenges in terms of diagnosis, treatment and holistic care needs. These, combined with the number of cases you may see in your professional life, mean that early diagnosis is challenging. Join us for the first part of this Essentials Webinar Series on Acute Leukaemia. There will be a practical focus with case studies and provision of top tips and safety netting advice.

Start date15/09/2021
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Effective out of hours practice; emergency work, safeguarding, complaints and personal safety

This four part series of webinars open to GP Trainees working towards their unscheduled care competencies and GPs wanting to start or return to out of hours work. The course will identify the differences between out of hours work and daytime general practice including remote assessment, strategies to mitigate isolated decision-making, lack of continuity of care and limited access to the electronic medical record. Each webinar will last two-hours, providing an overview of key knowledge and skills required to undertake out of hours work.

Start date16/09/2021
Duration2 hours
Course full

The wellbeing of doctors in the workplace

The session will cover: 1. Burnout, compassion fatigue and seeking support 2. Internal and external factors affecting wellbeing within the workplace 3. Workload management (as well as assertiveness and boundary setting) 4. Work culture in General Practice and how it can be changed

Start date21/09/2021
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Effective out of hours practice; special group/COVID-19, ethical dilemna and organisational aspect

This four part series of webinars open to GP Trainees working towards their unscheduled care competencies and GPs wanting to start or return to out of hours work. The course will identify the differences between out of hours work and daytime general practice including remote assessment, strategies to mitigate isolated decision-making, lack of continuity of care and limited access to the electronic medical record. Each webinar will last two-hours, providing an overview of key knowledge and skills required to undertake out of hours work.

Start date23/09/2021
Duration2 hours

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

EWS Webinar | Leukaemia – part 2: chronic leukaemia

In this webinar we will discuss the signs, symptoms characteristics and key clinical features of main chronic leukaemia types with an emphasis on the difference between CML and CLL. We will review case studies (including exclusion of other blood cancers), typical diagnosis, blood tests and referral. Out line the treatments and management and discuss the holistic care and psychological support, signposting to specific resources.

Start date29/09/2021
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Effective out of hours practice; laboratory results, palliative care and telephone triage

This four part series of webinars open to GP Trainees working towards their unscheduled care competencies and GPs wanting to start or return to out of hours work. The course will identify the differences between out of hours work and daytime general practice including remote assessment, strategies to mitigate isolated decision-making, lack of continuity of care and limited access to the electronic medical record. Each webinar will last two-hours, providing an overview of key knowledge and skills required to undertake out of hours work.

Start date30/09/2021
Duration2 hours

EWS Webinar | Gastroenterology Part 2: IBD: Safe steroids and patient-centred management

A series of six webinars on Gastroenterology covering various topics supported by Bed & Herts faculty.

Start date05/10/2021
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Art therapy: doodling for your wellbeing

You do not need to be good at art to join me in this session. All you need is a desire to try new things, a passion for getting things off your chest and a pen and a piece of paper. I’m going to talk for a bit about me and how I turn a thought into a drawing and then we are going to draw together. You can be as interactive or as taciturn as you like but most of all I want you to enjoy yourselves

Start date07/10/2021
Duration1 hours

Effective out of hours practice; sepsis, mental health and challenging situations

This four part series of webinars open to GP Trainees working towards their unscheduled care competencies and GPs wanting to start or return to out of hours work. The course will identify the differences between out of hours work and daytime general practice including remote assessment, strategies to mitigate isolated decision-making, lack of continuity of care and limited access to the electronic medical record. Each webinar will last two-hours, providing an overview of key knowledge and skills required to undertake out of hours work.

Start date07/10/2021
Duration2 hours

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