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East Anglia Faculty Accredited CSA Course

Course full

This one day accredited Clinical Skills course is fully funded by HEEoE and open to Specialist Trainees of all levels. The course has been developed by experienced CSA examiners who will provide comprehensive feedback based on mock GP consultations to improve the clinical skills for more effective, efficient and patient-centred care.

Start date23/01/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationCambridge

East Anglia Faculty Accredited CSA Course

Course full

This one day accredited Clinical Skills course is fully funded by HEEoE and open to Specialist Trainees of all levels. The course has been developed by experienced CSA examiners who will provide comprehensive feedback based on mock GP consultations to improve the clinical skills for more effective, efficient and patient-centred care.

Start date30/01/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationNorwich

Botulinum Toxin: Safe prescribing and administration

With a maximum of 5 delegates, each course covers both NHS and cosmetic uses of Botulinum toxin as well as legal and ethical Issues. Now in its third year of accreditation with the RCGP we have gained very high feedback from delegates and all comment on how safe, confident and well supported they feel following attendance. There are lectures and discussions while allowing time for simulation and practice on mannequins before culminating in treating live models. All delegates will get suitable time to treat live models, receive a course booklet, samples of injection records and consent forms. All equipment for the day will be provided. As the use of Botulinum toxin continues to grow and evolve so it is important that GPs understand the common uses, side effects and be able to deal with its complications. GPs, even if not directly administering Botulinum toxin directly are very likely to encounter patients who have had Botulinum toxin. It is important to know the indications for the drug and also the complications that may arise. This course provides an introduction to Botulinum toxin allowing participants if they wish to continue on to level 7 courses proposed by Health Education England.

Start date09/02/2019
Duration6 hours
LocationSouthampton

The Exceptional Potential of General Practice

General practitioners with knowledge and experience of local populations are best placed to consider the contributions they can make in serial encounters with individual patients, in practice organisation and delivery, in collaboration with others and campaigning for change on many fronts. Content: The ideas, example and memory of Julian Tudor Hart The Inverse Care Law The "Exceptional Potential of General Practice" How general practitioners at the Deep End are addressing the Inverse Care Law Future challenges: social medicine, the wider world GP recruitment and retention, "it all depends on leadership at local level" What the future looks like for general practitioners

Start date14/02/2019
Duration1 day 3 hours
LocationGlasgow

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

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 date21/02/2019
Duration7 hours
LocationChelmsford

East Anglia Faculty Accredited CSA Course

Course full

This one day accredited CSA course is fully funded by HEEoE and open to East of England Specialist Trainees of all levels in the East of England. The course has been developed by experienced CSA examiners who will provide comprehensive feedback based on mock GP consultations to improve the clinical skills for more effective, efficient and patient-centred care.

Start date27/02/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationChelmsford

Botulinum Toxin: Safe prescribing and administration

With a maximum of 5 delegates, each course covers both NHS and cosmetic uses of Botulinum toxin as well as legal and ethical Issues. Now in its third year of accreditation with the RCGP we have gained very high feedback from delegates and all comment on how safe, confident and well supported they feel following attendance. There are lectures and discussions while allowing time for simulation and practice on mannequins before culminating in treating live models. All delegates will get suitable time to treat live models, receive a course booklet, samples of injection records and consent forms. All equipment for the day will be provided. As the use of Botulinum toxin continues to grow and evolve so it is important that GPs understand the common uses, side effects and be able to deal with its complications. GPs, even if not directly administering Botulinum toxin directly are very likely to encounter patients who have had Botulinum toxin. It is important to know the indications for the drug and also the complications that may arise. This course provides an introduction to Botulinum toxin allowing participants if they wish to continue on to level 7 courses proposed by Health Education England.

Start date02/03/2019
Duration6 hours
LocationBirmingham

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

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 date05/03/2019
Duration7 hours
LocationNorwich

East Scotland Retired GPs and Late Career GPs Forum March 2019

Retired GPs and Late Career GPs lunch

Start date06/03/2019
Duration2 hours 45 minutes
LocationPerth

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 date13/03/2019
Duration7 hours 15 minutes
LocationNewtownards

Career Development Workshop

A one day interactive workshop for those considering change and seeking facilitation to take change forward. Dr Kate Mtandabari will introduce coaching theory and teach delegates how to work together and individually, within a coaching paradigm, discussing their career development and change. The aim will be to enable delegates to explore, identify and take change forward according to their own agendas. A highly interactive workshop, where delegates can expect to work hard throughout the day and leave with a personalised career development plan.

Start date20/03/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationLondon

East Anglia Faculty NNUH FT’s Clinical Neurosciences Study Day

A one day neuroscience study day designed by Dr Ekkehart Staufenberg, Senior Lecturer at UEA Medical School with contributions from the Primary Care and Community Neurology Society. The day will be divided into two distinct sessions. The morning will focus on key issues in Stroke Medicine for Primary Care Consultations. The afternoon will look in depth at Epilepsy and the challenges within a Primary Care setting.

Start date20/03/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationNorwich

East Anglia 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 date21/03/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationNewmarket

Botulinum Toxin: Safe prescribing and administration

With a maximum of 5 delegates, each course covers both NHS and cosmetic uses of Botulinum toxin as well as legal and ethical Issues. Now in its third year of accreditation with the RCGP we have gained very high feedback from delegates and all comment on how safe, confident and well supported they feel following attendance. There are lectures and discussions while allowing time for simulation and practice on mannequins before culminating in treating live models. All delegates will get suitable time to treat live models, receive a course booklet, samples of injection records and consent forms. All equipment for the day will be provided. As the use of Botulinum toxin continues to grow and evolve so it is important that GPs understand the common uses, side effects and be able to deal with its complications. GPs, even if not directly administering Botulinum toxin directly are very likely to encounter patients who have had Botulinum toxin. It is important to know the indications for the drug and also the complications that may arise. This course provides an introduction to Botulinum toxin allowing participants if they wish to continue on to level 7 courses proposed by Health Education England.

Start date23/03/2019
Duration6 hours
LocationLondon

BJGP Research Conference 2019

Following the huge success of our inaugural conference, the BJGP Research Conference returns for a second year. It’s an exceptional opportunity for researchers at all stages of their careers to acquire new research skills and present their work in a constructive, peer-reviewed environment.

Start date28/03/2019
Duration1 day 8 hours
LocationLondon

Thames Valley First5 Conference 2019

Our inaugural First5 Conference is packed with workshops on everything from Sports and Occupational Medicine, Risk Management, GP Finances, Revalidation, Being a Medical Educator, Health Tech/Innovation and much more! RCGP Chair Helen Stokes-Lampard will round up the day with her vision of the future of General Practice. Not to be missed!

Start date02/04/2019
Duration6 hours 30 minutes
LocationThame

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 date03/04/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationLondon

Botulinum Toxin: Safe prescribing and administration

With a maximum of 5 delegates, each course covers both NHS and cosmetic uses of Botulinum toxin as well as legal and ethical Issues. Now in its third year of accreditation with the RCGP we have gained very high feedback from delegates and all comment on how safe, confident and well supported they feel following attendance. There are lectures and discussions while allowing time for simulation and practice on mannequins before culminating in treating live models. All delegates will get suitable time to treat live models, receive a course booklet, samples of injection records and consent forms. All equipment for the day will be provided. As the use of Botulinum toxin continues to grow and evolve so it is important that GPs understand the common uses, side effects and be able to deal with its complications. GPs, even if not directly administering Botulinum toxin directly are very likely to encounter patients who have had Botulinum toxin. It is important to know the indications for the drug and also the complications that may arise. This course provides an introduction to Botulinum toxin allowing participants if they wish to continue on to level 7 courses proposed by Health Education England.

Start date06/04/2019
Duration6 hours
LocationManchester

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

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

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

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 date17/05/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationIpswich

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

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

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 date05/06/2019
Duration8 hours 30 minutes
LocationNewmarket

Frailty workshop

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 15 minutes
LocationBelfast

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