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RCGP webinars

Details of upcoming RCGP webinars.

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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
Time19:00
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
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Yorkshire Faculty - First5 Virtual Social Evening

We would like to invite you to our first virtual social evening event which is FREE to members There is no agenda, it is your time to ask questions, network, find out whats going on in your area and find peers/support groups in your areas too. We will also host breakout rooms at the end so you can start creating peer support groups.

Start date10/08/2021
Time19:30
Duration1 hours

Stress management in healthcare workers: an occupational health view

This session is delivered by Dr Asma Khan who is a dual qualified GP and an Occupational Health Physician. She is extremely passionate about occupational wellbeing and stress management. As a GP in the city of London for 10 years and since 2013 as a full time occupational health physician, she has significant experience in advising on all aspects of mental well being of employees and specialises in stress management.

Start date11/08/2021
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

GPST Ready: Northern Region

ST1s!! The Northern AiT committee are delighted to invite you to our event, GPST Ready. This FREE two-hour event is designed specifically for GPST1s, to help highlight ways to make the most of their training and minimise the stress of adapting to a new training program. The program has been put together by a group of ST1s, 2s, 3s and a newly qualified GP all working in the North of England and the sessions will be run by us too! The event has been created to help develop your skills and confidence in this exciting (but sometimes daunting!) next step in your career. We really hope to see you there!

Start date17/08/2021
Time19:00
Duration2 hours

How to undertake a quality improvement (QI) project for QOF

Start date19/08/2021
Time18:30
Duration1 hours

The RCGP RCA 1-Day Preparation Course

This one-day interactive course has been designed for those planning to take the RCA component of the MRCGP (ST2 and ST3). It will assist with your preparation for the MRCGP RCA examination, providing you with update RCA information, mandatory criteria, focusing on your consultation skills and how to select your recordings. You will also take part in simulated role plays which will be observed by current RCA examiners, who will provide you with feedback on your performance and offer assistance to enable to reach your maximum potential.

Start date03/09/2021
Time09:00
Duration8 hours 30 minutes

Co-Elevation for Mid Career GPs

We would like to invite you to join our FREE Northern region zoom for Mid Career GP s with Dr Ayede Ologun. This will provide you with a place to gain others insight on individual problems. Discover more and meet like minded Mid Career GPs throughout the North.

Start date07/09/2021
Time19:30
Duration1 hours

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
Time18:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

EWS Webinar | Managing health anxiety: understanding somatisation

South East Thames Faculty is pleased to welcome guest speaker, Alison Sampson, Clinical Psychologist at The Priory Group. The event will be chaired by our Faculty Education Lead Dr Jane Roome. During the talk, Alison will discuss health anxiety in patients and its impact on General Practitioners. How do GPs feel about their consultation time in managing patients who somatise. What has happened to those who were already anxious about health pre-pandemic? What have those who face challenges to self-soothe done during the pandemic? Case studies will be presented for discussion followed by a Q&A session.

Start date08/09/2021
Time19:30
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

EWS Webinar | Assessment and management of autism in general practice

Parents coming to GPs with worries around whether their child may be autistic are common in General Practice. There is probably increased awareness around autism amongst the public which requires us as GPs to be adept at navigating around the questions we receive around possible autism, its management and the support available in the community. In this webinar, we will be looking at how we can deal with parents’ queries around a possible autism diagnosis; referral pathways; and what support there is out there for us as GPs, as well as for parents and children.

Start date09/09/2021
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

Midland New Starters' Conference 2021

Starting your new GP Training Programme is an exciting time but starting during a pandemic may be quite a daunting prospect. This virtual conference hopes to give you an overview of what you can expect and will focus on giving you all the information you need to commence your GP training in the Midlands. This virtual conference is being run by the Midland Faculty AIT committee and will be joined by representatives from HEE and RCGP.

Start date09/09/2021
Time13:00
Duration4 hours

Depression in older adults – dispelling the myths

This webinar will explore some of the common misconceptions around older people and common mental health problems. It will explore what health and care workers can do to explore symptoms of depression and how to encourage older people to talk about symptoms of poor mental health.

Start date14/09/2021
Time13:00
Duration0 hours 30 minutes

The RCGP RCA 1-Day Preparation Course

This one-day interactive course has been designed for those planning to take the RCA component of the MRCGP (ST2 and ST3). It will assist with your preparation for the MRCGP RCA examination, providing you with update RCA information, mandatory criteria, focusing on your consultation skills and how to select your recordings. You will also take part in simulated role plays which will be observed by current RCA examiners, who will provide you with feedback on your performance and offer assistance to enable to reach your maximum potential.

Start date15/09/2021
Time09:00
Duration8 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
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

EWS Webinar | Perinatal mental health update

This Webinar will give an overview of perinatal mental health problems and the local pathway and focus on issues relevant to primary care, including identification of 'red flags' and prescribing psychotropic medication in the perinatal period.

Start date15/09/2021
Time12:30
Duration2 hours

Veterans Health Awareness | RCGP Veteran Friendly Practice Accreditation for GPs

Veterans' Health Awareness: RCGP Armed Forces Veteran friendly practice accreditation for GPs. Asking the question “Have you ever served in the in military?” is critical to improving healthcare for our veteran population. There are an estimated 2.4 million veterans in the UK, many have complex needs. There are Veteran-specific services tailored towards this potentially vulnerable patient group and veterans may be entitled to priority treatment for conditions related to military service. Many GPs do not know which of their patients are veterans or how many are registered at their practice.

Start date15/09/2021
Time19:30
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

The Damoclean Sword - Taking the edge off fitness to practise

Join us for this FREE event which will be delivered by Tista Chakravarty-Gannon GMC Head of Outreach Operations. Doctors are more likely to be subject to a complaint today compared to the likelihood 10 years ago. Through interactive polling and real cases, this session will provide an overview of complaints and the GMC's role. We will consider GMC complaints data, explore key risk factors and common complaints and improve our understanding of GMC thresholds. We will also explore how this links with Good medical practice standards and guidance, examining a complex ethical scenario in detail to explore GMC expectations.

Start date15/09/2021
Time19:30
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
Time18:00
Duration2 hours

Pension Age Discrimination

RCGPNI and Wesleyan Financial Services are delivering a webinar on pension age discrimination. Learn more about how the McCloud judgement will impact on you with our guide through this often complex area.

Start date16/09/2021
Time19:30
Duration1 hours

Art and Resilience - Saturday 18 September

The RCGP South West Faculties have combined with Art Square Plus to bring members four online art classes. Join our online soft pastel classes and discover the skill of mindfulness & relaxation through art. No previous painting ability needed!

Start date18/09/2021
Time10:00
Duration2 hours

The RCGP RCA 3-Day Preparation Course

This three-day RCA course aims to improve your consultation skills and as a result pass your RCA. The course offers interactive sessions with experienced trainers and examiners, a highlight being Dr Roger Neighbour, a renowned teacher on the skills of communication within the GP consultation. You will take part in three mock exams with a role player whilst being observed by an examiner, with the opportunity to also observe three cases. The course will conclude with one to one time with an examiner, giving you feedback on your performance along with a panel Q&A session with the examiners lead by Prof Rich Withnall, RCGP Chief Examiner.

Start date20/09/2021
Time09:00
Duration2 days 4 hours
Course full

EWS Webinar | Neurology part 1: Blackouts and seizures

This webinar will be in the form of a case study with different clinical scenarios to change your knowledge, update your information about the best suitable evidence-based treatment and referral pathway. You should be able to differentiate blackout from acute seizure and non-epileptic seizure, be familiar with cardiac syncope, epileptic seizure, or vasovagal syncope.

Start date21/09/2021
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

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
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes
Course full

EWS Webinar | Haematology – part 2: assessing white cells

An abnormal white cell count is a common occurrence in General Practice. It can often be frustrating trying to manage an abnormal white cell count amidst polypharmacy and multi-morbidity. We will explore how to work through examples of abnormal results using case-based discussions to identify how to effectively investigate and manage patient outcomes.

Start date23/09/2021
Time19:00
Duration1 hours 30 minutes

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