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East Scotland Late Career and Retired GPs Forum May 2019

Retired GPs and Late Career GPs lunch

Start date22/05/2019
Duration2 hours 45 minutes
LocationPerth

RCGP practical training day: Identifying and managing autoimmune diseases

Join us for this free practical training day focusing on current best practice in the identification and management of autoimmune disease. The day will be in an informal style creating an interactive and lively discussion environment. Clinical experts will discuss how they use diagnostic testing in everyday practice to influence how they manage patients with autoimmune disease.

Start date23/05/2019
Duration7 hours 30 minutes
LocationSheffield

Practice Managers event: HSC Pensions

RCGPNI invite all GP Practice Managers to this half day course which will focus on Pensions.

Start date23/05/2019
Duration3 hours 30 minutes
LocationCookstown

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

This free one day interactive course is open to East of England GP Trainees and is fully funded by HEEEoE. The course will cover a range of dermatological topics including common dermatoses, lesions (including skin cancer) and paediatrics alongside experienced GP trainers and GPwSI who will provide support and feedback throughout the day.

Start date31/05/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationCambridge

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

Course full

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 date05/06/2019
Duration8 hours 30 minutes
LocationNewmarket

East Anglia Faculty Palliative Care Study Day (open to EoE GP Trainees)

Course full

This one day course is fully funded by Health Education East of England (EoE) and is open to EoE GP Trainees. The course will be convened by Dr Stephen Barclay, University Senior Lecturer in General Practice and Palliative Care, General Practitioner and Honorary Consultant Physician in Palliative Care M.A., B.M., B.Ch., M.Sc., F.R.C.G.P., F.H.E.A., M.D.

Start date05/06/2019
Duration7 hours
LocationCambridge

RCGP practical training day: Identifying and managing allergic diseases

This free event is focused on how identifying and managing allergy can help you improve the management of your patients with asthma rhinitis, food allergies and result interpretation. The day will be in an informal style creating an interactive and lively discussion environment. GPs and clinical experts will discuss how they use allergy testing in everyday practice how allergy testing has changed how they manage their patients what you need to do to request testing and how to interpret results.

Start date06/06/2019
Duration7 hours 30 minutes
LocationBristol

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

Course full

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 date06/06/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationThetford

City Health Conference 2019 – Health and ‘appiness, technology in primary care

The City Health Conference is the most important London-wide primary care event that Local RCGP Faculties get to host. This year we are expecting approximately 300 primary care professionals to attend including GPs and GP trainees, practice managers, nurses, pharmacists, allied health care professionals, researchers, secondary care consultants, public health professionals, health policy experts and commissioners. The conference will be focusing on Technology. Following on from the success of our 2017 event, the programme will include plenary discussions and interactive workshops with prominent health care leaders and technology experts. The aim will be to share learning on innovative practice, debate and network. Confirmed speakers include Helen Stokes-Lampard, Victoria Tzortziou Brown, Martin Marshall, Chaand Nagpaul, Sam Everington, Maureen Baker, Simon Gregory, Clare Gerada, Michelle Drage, Farah Jameel, Tony Young, Virginia Patania, Jacky Appleby, Ishani Patel, Joe McGilligan, Theo Blackwell.

Start date06/06/2019
Duration10 hours 15 minutes
LocationLondon

Frailty workshop

Course full

RCGPNI invite you to attend a half day course on frailty, covering falls management, dementia and managing personal property and affairs.

Start date06/06/2019
Duration3 hours 45 minutes
LocationBelfast

Men's Health GP Workshop

RCGPNI invite you to attend a case study based learning day to develop effective strategies for diagnosing and managing men's health conditions.

Start date11/06/2019
Duration6 hours 15 minutes
LocationNewtownabbey

East Anglia Faculty First 5's Networking Evening

The RCGP East Anglia Faculty and Cambridge and Peterborough Support Hub invite FY Trainees and First5's to a FREE networking evening at Arthur Rank Hospice Charity. The evening will start with a light supper and provide you with the opportunity to meet peers in your locality and share experiences with members of the LMC, CCG and RCGP East Anglia Faculty First 5 Lead.

Start date12/06/2019
Duration2 hours 30 minutes
LocationCambridge

East Anglia Faculty 2019 Annual Symposium

The East Anglian Faculty RCGP announces its Annual Symposium in 2019. 'GP Trek - The Next Generation. To boldly go ....' Unmissable opportunities Great Keynote speeches: Portfolio Careers and Overdiagnosis Networking times and spaces throughout the day Take time out and stroll along the historic and beautiful waterfront Workshops for all Beam me up - Mandatory training on site GP but not as you know it - Looking at emerging ways of working You might learn something, Dr - A cornucopia of clinical topics Social event At the end of the day, join us for diversions and dinner in the evening. Our thanks to Health Education East of England who are funding places for East of England GP Trainees. Book your free place today.

Start date19/06/2019
Duration12 hours
LocationIpswich

RCGP practical training day: Identifying and managing allergic disease

This free event is focused on how identifying and managing allergy can help you improve the management of your patients with asthma rhinitis, food allergies and result interpretation. The day will be in an informal style creating an interactive and lively discussion environment. GPs and clinical experts will discuss how they use allergy testing in everyday practice how allergy testing has changed how they manage their patients what you need to do to request testing and how to interpret results.

Start date20/06/2019
Duration7 hours 30 minutes
LocationLeeds

Primary Care and Cancer Matters

RCGP & CRUK invite you to attend a free one day workshop focused on primary care and cancer matters. This workshop will be hosted by a keynote speaker, Dr Richard Roope (RCGP/CRUK Clinical Champion for Cancer).

Start date26/06/2019
Duration6 hours 45 minutes
LocationAberdeen

East Anglia Faculty Late Career and Wise5 Networking Supper

The RCGP East Anglia Faculty and Cambridge and Peterborough Support Hub invite late career and Wise5's to a networking supper at the beautiful Downing College, located in the heart of Cambridge to share experiences, explore opportunities and celebrate successes.

Start date03/07/2019
Duration3 hours
LocationCambridge

East Anglia Faculty First 5's Networking Evening

The RCGP East Anglia Faculty and Cambridge and Peterborough Support Hub invite FY Trainees and First5's to a FREE networking evening at KingsGate Conference Centre. The evening will start with a light supper and provide you with the opportunity to meet peers in your locality and share experiences with members of the LMC, CCG and RCGP East Anglia Faculty First 5 Lead.

Start date03/07/2019
Duration2 hours 30 minutes
LocationPeterborough

Be The Best You Oxfordshire

Empower yourself to be more confident and less stressed whilst improving your professional and working relationships and managing your time more effectively. This conference will be stimulating and interactive and will encourage you to challenge yourself. During this event you will be able to develop your personal skills and resilience so you can be happier and more effective in your work.

Start date11/07/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationThame

Annual Provost's Dinner & Award Ceremony 11 September 2019

Join us at the Faculty's Annual Dinner to celebrate new Members and Fellows as well as recognise, via a series of awards, colleagues who have made outstanding contributions to the profession during last year. Nominees and winners will be announced at the dinner. Dr Roger Neighbour, former RCGP President, will be in attendance to present the awards and provide the after dinner talk.

Start date11/09/2019
Duration3 hours
LocationLuton

East Anglia Faculty Minor Surgery Update

This one day course is considered to be of high quality and relevant for general practitioners CPD Revalidation needs. The session will include Direct Observations of Procedural Skills (DOPS) Assessment (required by NHS England for all GPs practicing minor surgery in London and recommended for all GPs wanting to practice minor surgery outside of London) Working in small groups with practical sessions and feedback throughout, the course is designed to build confidence and improve techniques and skills.

Start date12/09/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationCambridge

Update on Dermatology ENT and Ophthalmology

A popular course running twice annually and aimed at AiT and First5s, giving updates in Dermatology, ENT and Ophthalmology. Recent evidence and practical tips for treating important Dermatology, ENT and Ophthalmology conditions (including emergencies) will be included in this day long workshop. Chaired by Dr Elizabeth Hartley.

Start date10/10/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationLondon

Primary Care and Cancer Matters

The Royal College of General Practitioners and Cancer Research UK invite you to attend a FREE one day workshop focused on primary care and cancer matters. This workshop will be hosted by a keynote speaker, Dr Richard Roope (RCGP/CRUK Clinical Champion for Cancer).

Start date06/11/2019
Duration7 hours 30 minutes
LocationDoncaster

RCGP & SMMGP Managing Drugs & Alcohol Problems in Primary Care Conference

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

Start date30/01/2020
Duration1 day 7 hours
LocationLondon

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