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Other courses we run

Did you know the RCGP runs other primary healthcare events and seminars across the UK.  This page provides information about future events that are taking place.

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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in the North East 2019

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) training provides skills which are rapidly becoming essential in General Practice. CBT focusses on the here and now instead of symptoms of the past. CBT is applicable to a range of mental health disorders such as depression anxiety panic disorder phobias and bulimia and can also be applied to primary care problems such as pain management.

Start date17/01/2019
Duration7 hours 30 minutes
LocationDurham

Telephone Consultations and Triage Skills Training

Are you worried about doing telephone triage or perhaps you're already experienced in this high risk area and want to brush up on your skills? This RCGP Accredited course will provide you with a real understanding of how to manage the risks involved in telephone consultations and the benefits this work can bring when practised effectively. This day is entirely practical and will give you tools and techniques to best handle telephone consultations.

Start date21/01/2019
Duration7 hours 30 minutes
LocationLondon

Advanced Telephone Consultations and Triage Skills Training

This workshop is for experienced practitioners who are looking to acquire a higher level of knowledge and skill in telephone consultation and triage work. Delegates will have previously attended the RCGP Telephone Consultation and Triage Skills Training Workshop.

Start date22/01/2019
Duration7 hours
LocationLondon

ENT Masterclass 22 January 2019

Course full

A full day course looking at a range of different conditions that present to primary care for ENT. Common, chronic, acute and emergency cases will be covered.

Start date22/01/2019
Duration7 hours 30 minutes
LocationLondon

RCGP London First5/AiT Committee AGM & Dinner 2019

All London First5s and AiT Members are invited to attend the RCGP London First5/AiT Committee AGM and Dinner. The guest speaker is Dr Emily Symington who will talk about her experience of implementing group consultations and how you can be part of your own practice innovation. Come along to hear about our successes over the past year, and future events being organised.

Start date22/01/2019
Duration2 hours 30 minutes
LocationLondon

Common skin conditions and how to manage them - Torbay CPD 24.01.19

Free monthly CPD event available to members and non-members. These meetings offer the opportunity to educate and socialise with colleagues.

Start date24/01/2019
Duration2 hours

Rural Forum Conference Keeping Rural Practice Relevant

This will be the fifth Rural Forum Conference - Keeping Rural Practice Relevant due to take place on Saturday 26 January 2019 at the University Centre Shrewsbury. The day will include a mixture of talks and interactive workshops including prominent key note speakers: Professor Mayur Lakhani, RCGP President, Professor Amanda Howe, WONCA President and Professor Patrick Pietroni, Director, Darwin International Institute for the Study of Compassion. Talks on: The National Centre for Rural Health and Care, Pharmacists in General Practice, Rural Health & Social Care and Social Prescribing. Interactive Workshops on: MELISSA - Mobile Education Unit - Update your practical skills on CPR, AED and Cannulation Skills. ECG Interpretation Common Arrhythmia Workshop

Start date26/01/2019
Duration6 hours 15 minutes
LocationShrewsbury

Survive and thrive programme - Strength and values workshop

A one day workshop as part of the Tamar Faculty's resilience and wellbeing masterclass series in conjunction with South West Peninsula Deanery

Start date28/01/2019
Duration8 hours

30 Seconds to save a life! Teesside

Brand new to Teesside, we are very pleased to welcome Dr Chris Tasker and Ailsa Rutter to our evening lecture series to discuss the role of very brief advice in smoking cessation. These are short lectures provided free for RCGP members with the opportunity for Q and A.

Start date29/01/2019
Duration2 hours
LocationTeesside

Essential Dermatology Series 2

In association with the Primary Care Dermatology Society, this excellent course builds on Series 1 in Essential Dermatology, covering many common presentations in the primary care setting.

Start date30/01/2019
Duration8 hours
LocationHigh Wycombe

Early Blood Cancer Diagnosis,'Spot Leukaemia' -Leicester & Vale of Trent Faculty

The Royal College of General Practitioners in partnership with Leukaemia Care are hosting this participative workshop to empower primary care health professionals to recognise the vagaries involved in a rare blood cancer diagnosis and be up to date of appropriate referral pathways. The event also focuses on communication during diagnosis, establishing an action plan and appropriate after care.

Start date30/01/2019
Duration5 hours
LocationDerby

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 the enhanced role of primary care in cancer control. This workshop will consist of a keynote speaker, Dr Richard Roope (RCGP and CRUK Clinical Champion for Cancer) and local cancer clinical leaders.

Start date31/01/2019
Duration7 hours
LocationBirmingham

Ophthalmology

This half day course is specifically designed to provide practical tips for GPs in dealing with patients presenting with red eye(s) or neuro-ophthalmological symptoms and signs. This session will teach you how to examine such patients without the use of sophisticated ophthalmic equipment and will provide an overview of referral criteria where appropriate.

Start date31/01/2019
Duration4 hours
LocationYork

Cornwall CPD meetings 2019 - February 2019

Free monthly CPD event available to members and non-members. These meetings offer the opportunity to educate and socialise with colleagues.

Start date06/02/2019
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Mental Health Workshop 06/02/19

A workshop focusing on the GP consultation with patients with mental health problems. Using current GP cases, consultation aids are introduced which include quick ways to engage a patient in self care, sickness certification and mental health , suicidal safety planning, mental health risk assessment in General Practice, hazardous drinkers assistance and teenage mental health consultations. Links to a webinar on GP antidepressant prescribing and managing patients with depression will also be provided. *Lunch and refreshments included.

Start date06/02/2019
Duration6 hours
LocationGlasgow

Getting Going as a GP - First5 event

A social evening with practical talks from a variety of speakers Tamar Faculty First5s and ST3s.

Start date06/02/2019
Duration2 hours

North Wales Faculty Dinner with guest Professor Helen Stokes - Lampard

Join us on the evening of Thursday 7 February 2019 at The St George's Hotel in Llandudno for an evening event being hosted by the RCGP North Wales Faculty. The evening will begin at 6.30pm with a delicious 2 course meal, followed by short talks from local speakers, a question & answer session with our guest Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, RCGP Chair and ending with a short Faculty Board Meeting (attendance optional). Cost for RCGP Members £0 RCGP Non Members £12.00 Organiser name: Angela Thomas Email address: nwales@rcgp.org.uk

Start date07/02/2019
Duration3 hours
LocationLlandudno

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

Exeter CPD meetings 2019 - Infant feeding issues, Dr Jim Hart

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 date26/02/2019
Duration2 hours

East Scotland Fitters Forum February 2019

Course full

For all fitters of SDIs and IUDs

Start date26/02/2019
Duration3 hours
LocationDundee

Beds and Herts Mental Health Update 27 February 2019

This one-day update course designed for GP's and AiT's focuses on Depression Addiction and OCD and body dysphoria.

Start date27/02/2019
Duration7 hours 45 minutes
LocationHatfield

Evening lecture on Paediatrics

Brand new to Teesside, we are very pleased to welcome Dr Deva Venkataraman, Dr Janaki Mahadevan and Dr Neelmanee Ramphul to our evening lecture on Paediatrics, to discuss topics on food allergy and intolerance, management of chronic urticaria and management of anaphylaxis.

Start date28/02/2019
Duration2 hours
LocationTeesside

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

30 Seconds to save a life! Newcastle

Brand new to Teesside, we are very pleased to welcome Dr Chris Tasker and Ailsa Rutter to our evening lecture series to discuss the role of very brief advice in smoking cessation. These are short lectures provided free for RCGP members with the opportunity for Q and A.

Start date05/03/2019
Duration2 hours
LocationNewcastle

Essential Dermatology Series 1 in association with PCDS

The RCGP North East England Faculty are delighted to be collaborating with PCDS and would like to warmly invite GPs at all stages of their career as well as nurse practitioners with a one day programme covering essential information to cope with the vast majority of dermatological conditions encountered in day-to-day general practice.

Start date06/03/2019
Duration7 hours 15 minutes
LocationNewcastle upon Tyne

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