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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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Dermatology 2: Skin lesions and the role of dermoscopy

Discover important differential diagnoses of skin lesions and an overview of benign and melanoyctic malignant skin lesions with tips on how to confidently differentiate between them and useful checklists to aid decision making. There will also be an introduction to the role of dermoscopy with clinical examples and how it adds to the consultation. This is the second of six interactive dermatology webinars.

Start date02/03/2021
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Mental health and wellbeing: depression & loneliness

The North East London Faculty of RCGP would like to invite GPs who may or may not be members of the College to our second reflection session on the surviving and thriving in the deep end (Mental health and wellbeing: depression & loneliness). Join us today.

Start date03/03/2021
Time19:30
Duration1 hours

8th South London LCARM Forum - The effect of a sudden death on a practice

The South London Faculty of RCGP would like to invite all GPs who may or may not be members of the College to a 8th virtual meeting which is part of a series of get-togethers for our local colleagues at this stage of their careers. Our guest speaker will be Dr Rebecca Torry. She will give a brief presentation about her paper and share some recommendations about necessary support in case of a sudden deaths in practices . Join us today.

Start date03/03/2021
Time18:30
Duration1 hours 15 minutes

Building COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence

Join us for this FREE live webinar which will focus on provide practical advice in building patients’ confidence in the COVID-19 vaccination programme. This will include information, strategies and tools being used across the UK to address uncertainty, misinformation and absenteeism across diverse communities.

Start date04/03/2021
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

ENT in Primary Care

This is a full day interactive course packed with information, images, videos and more. The course will cover everything a GP needs for daily general practice as well as recent advances and red flags in ENT. We will look at NICE/SIGN and international guidelines throughout the day. By the end of the course you will be able to deliver better clinical care and reduce referrals.

Start date04/03/2021
Time08:45
Duration8 hours

SW Thames Balint group

SW Thames would like to invite you to join our Balint group sessions. There will be a series of 6 sessions run via an evening Zoom webinar. The first session will start on Monday 8 March and will then run every second Monday for the subsequent 5 months. The groups will be small, so book now to secure your place!

Start date08/03/2021
Time20:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Remote consulting for contraception and menopause, tips and tricks

RCGP South West Thames Faculty is inviting you to a ‘Managing contraception in primary care remotely during COVID times and beyond’ Talk by Dr Anne Connolly, a RCGP Clinical Champion for Women’s Health. Using cases typically seen in primary care this webinar will give an opportunity to discuss how contraception requests and concerns can be triaged and managed remotely to reduce face to face contact. This webinar will cover some of these issues and have plenty of space for you to discuss clinical issues with our guest speaker.

Start date10/03/2021
Time19:30
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

What's Up Doc?: Late Career Retired Members Get Together for North England

We would like to invite you to join our FREE Northern region networking coffee morning for late-career and retired members. This will be a meeting of minds for idea exchanges and sharing support. Let us offer combined wisdom, experience and guidance to support you. How can WE help YOU?

Start date10/03/2021
Time11:00
Duration1 hours

Re-Connect & Re-Engage for Late Career & Retired GPs

This webinar is aimed at late career and retired GPs and their spouses or partners; it looks at an update on General Practice today, personal narratives of a GP returner, financial planning in retirement and a session with a health & wellbeing coach. RCGP South West is also running an event for retiring GPs - Thrive in Retirement on 24 March. For more info: http://sforce.co/3banYDu

Start date10/03/2021
Time12:30
Duration2 hours 10 minutes

Training, Supporting and Embedding New Personalised Care Roles in PCNs

RCGP would like to invite you to join our webinar 'Training, Supporting and Embedding New Personalised Care Roles in PCNs' via ZOOM.

Start date10/03/2021
Time13:00
Duration1 hours

Telephone Consultation and Triage Skills

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

Start date11/03/2021
Time09:15
Duration7 hours 45 minutes

Effective out of hours practice (4-part course) - Workshop 4 - Thursday 11 March 2021

This is a virtual course comprising 4, two-hour webinars providing an overview of some of the key knowledge and skills required to undertake out of hours work effectively mainly for GP trainees working toward their unscheduled care competencies and GPs wanting to start or return to OOH.

Start date11/03/2021
Time18:00
Duration2 hours

Dermatology 3: Vulval skin conditions

Discover a summary of vulval conditions to consider when females present with vulval pruritus and how these can be managed in primary care. The third in a series of six interactive dermatology webinars.

Start date16/03/2021
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Telephone Consultation and Triage Skills

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

Start date16/03/2021
Time09:15
Duration7 hours 45 minutes
Course full

Net Zero Carbon General Practice: what will it look like, how will we get there?

Ahead of the COP26 conference in Glasgow, this webinar jointly held by the Royal College of General Practitioners, the BMJ and the UK Health Alliance on Climate Change, will consider how GPs and their practices can individually and collectively take action on climate change.

Start date16/03/2021
Time13:00
Duration1 hours

South London EASE: Sexual Difficulties

The South London Faculty of RCGP would like to invite all Trainees, First5s, mid career and later career GPs to attend our FREE EASE talk on Sexual Difficulties. How to improve consultations for patients with sexual problems and basic management of sexual difficulties in men and women (including menopause) by Leila Frodsham, Consultant Gynaecologist, Psychosexual and Menopause Specialist, Guy’s and St Thomas’s NHS Trust. Join us today.

Start date17/03/2021
Time19:15
Duration1 hours 15 minutes

Effective Out of Hours Practice - Workshop 1 - Wednesday 17 March 2021

This is a virtual course comprising 4, two-hour webinars providing an overview of some of the key knowledge and skills required to undertake out of hours work effectively mainly for GP trainees working toward their unscheduled care competencies and GPs wanting to start or return to OOH.

Start date17/03/2021
Time18:00
Duration2 hours
Course full

Advocacy: power, privilege, status & passivity

The North East London Faculty of RCGP would like to invite GPs who may or may not be members of the College to our second reflection session on the surviving and thriving in the deep end (Access and candidacy: literacy & digital exclusion). Join us today.

Start date17/03/2021
Time19:30
Duration1 hours

Haematology Made Easy

This Haematology Made Easy course led by Dr Anshu Garg is aimed at the health care professionals working in primary care. It will help them to provide better care to the patients and will aid better and confident diagnosis and also help with the decision to refer to secondary care. It will also include the appropriate NICE and other guidelines discussion in the sessions.

Start date18/03/2021
Time08:30
Duration4 hours 30 minutes

Statistics for the AKT and Beyond

Join us for a series of short lectures given over two half-days to explain the key concepts of statistics. This course offers all the tools required to improve existing knowledge and understanding, learn new skills, help in interpreting scientific papers and increase confidence in passing the AKT exam.

Start date19/03/2021
Time09:15
Duration7 days 3 hours

Cardiology 6: A clinical guide to referring cardiac conditions in primary care

This webinar is the sixth of six and the previous presentations are summarised in an integrated final presentation with the salient points of each of the presentations. This presentation would serve as a refresher or useful for those who missed any of the earlier presentations.

Start date22/03/2021
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Management of Respiratory Symptoms in Palliative and End of Life Care

Cough, breathlessness and terminal secretions can be challenging to control when patients are approaching the end of their lives. This interactive session will set out an approach to the causes and management of these symptoms that are commonly troubling to patients and their loved ones

Start date23/03/2021
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Essential Webinar Series: First Aid in Medical Ethics – a refresher for 2021

This comprehensive two-hour session will guide you through this ethical minefield with knowledge of how to ‘do’ ethics and key ethical theories, case studies and interactive group discussions.

Start date24/03/2021
Time12:00
Duration2 hours

Practical Management of Common Psychiatric Presentations in Primary Care

his evening webinar will focus on practical management of common psychiatric presentations in primary care. Presentations with depression, anxiety and with memory loss will be covered, but there will be time to discuss any presentations which the audience raises.

Start date24/03/2021
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Effective Out of Hours Practice- Workshop 2 - Wednesday 24 March 2021

This is a virtual course comprising 4, two-hour webinars providing an overview of some of the key knowledge and skills required to undertake out of hours work effectively mainly for GP trainees working toward their unscheduled care competencies and GPs wanting to start or return to OOH.

Start date24/03/2021
Time18:00
Duration2 hours

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