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GP Update Refresher Course

After much thought we have decided that this GP Update Refresher course will take place online as a Re-Stream webinar from 20-23 January 2022.

In 4 days, the course format offers a structured and practice-oriented update on all relevant subject areas of general medicine. The neutral and comprehensive programme is tailored to your specific needs in everyday practice life.

Participate from home via live-stream-broadcast (this will be a re-broadcast from our November 2021 course) and receive up to 30 CPD points.  

What can you expect?

Check mark  30 CPD points

Speakers icon  Experienced approachable speakers

presentation icon  Short focused talks and case studies

handbook icon  Digital handbook with presentations (Limited amount of printed copies available)

LS Logo OnDemand Plus access to re-watch the course

Target group

General practitioners, resident doctors, doctors in training and healthcare professionals 

Register now!

Register now to secure your space for this course. Participation can be canceled free of charge up to 1 day before the start of the event.


 

Accreditation

This course has been accredited by the CPD Certification Service. It is worth 30 CPD credits.

Neutrality and transparency

The accredited scientific programme is neutral and takes place without any influence from the industry. Support from industry (symposium) is provided only outside the accredited training programme and is always declared and disclosed as such.

 

We are looking forward to welcoming you!

 

 

Subject to alterations

Day 1 - Thursday, 20 January 2022
Rheumatology
09:00 Early Inflammatory Arthritis (EIA)Dr Pippa Watson
09:45 Giant Cell Arteritis, ANCA-associated vasculitis (AAV)Dr Pippa Watson
10:30 Break
10:45 Assessments of patients who present with back painMr Irfan Siddique
Orthopaedics
11:15 Neck painMr Irfan Siddique
11:45 Insufficiency fractures & spinal deformityMr Irfan Siddique
12:15 Lunch
Neurology
13:15 HeadacheDr Matt Jones
14:00 Managing chronic neurological conditionsDr Matt Jones
14:45 Break
Infectious Diseases
14:50 Diagnosis and management of recurrent vulvovaginal candidosisDr Riina Rautemaa-Richardson
15:15 New BASHH VVC guidelines, cases and Q&ADr Riina Rautemaa-Richardson
15:50 Break
Respiratory Medicine
16:00 Disordered breathingDr Simon Charles Taggart
17:00 Chronic persistent coughDr Simon Charles Taggart
17:45 Q&A
18:30 End of Programme
Day 2 - Friday, 21 January 2022
09:00 Registration open
Cardiology I
09:00 ECG interpretationDr Niall Campbell
09:45 Atrial FibrillationDr Niall Campbell
10:30 Break
Cardiology II
10:45 Heart failureDr Niall Campbell
11:30 Pacemakers and defibrillatorsDr Niall Campbell
12:15 LUNCH
Paediatrics
13:15 Understanding Autism Spectrum DisorderDr Amy Wilson
14:00 Physical impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)Dr Amy Wilson
14:45 Break
Liver Medicine
15:00 Abnormal LFTs and early detection of liver diseaseDr Mark Fox
15:45 Cirrhosis and end stage liver diseaseDr Mark Fox
16:30 Break
Health Inequalities in Primary Care
16:45 Introduction to Health InequalitiesDr Enam Haque
17:10 Case Study: How did COVID-19 worsen Inequalities?Dr Enam Haque
17:35 Addressing Health Inequalities in Primary CareDr Enam Haque
18:00 Q&A
18:45 End of Programme
Day 3 - Saturday, 22 January 2022
09:00 Registration open
Women’s Health
09:00 Common bleeding with LARCDr Tina Dwivedi
09:30 Emergency contraceptionDr Tina Dwivedi
10:00 Postnatal contraceptionDr Tina Dwivedi
10:30 Break
Gastroenterology
10:45 Hitchhikers guide to the (upper) GI tractDr Roger Prudham
11:30 Hitchhikers guide to the (lower) GI tractDr Roger Prudham
12:15 LUNCH
Managing challenging chronic problems
13:15 Persistent Physical Symptoms - an Overview for GPsSusan Harris
14:15 Update on Chronic Pain ManagementDavid Thompson
15:00 Break
COVID 19
15:15 Documenting the emergence of a new condition: Long-COVID. (Spring/Summer 2020) the value of general practice researchProf Carolyn Chew-Graham
16:00 What is the role of general practice in managing people with Long-COVID? (November 2021) evidence-based practiceProf Carolyn Chew-Graham
16:45 Q&A
17:30 End of Programme
Day 4 - Sunday, 23 January 2022
09:00 Registration open
Endocrinology
09:00 Update on management of DiabetesDr Naveed Younis
09:45 Thyroid Disorders for Primary CareDr Naveed Younis
10:30 Break
Ear, Nose, Throat
10:45 ENT UpdateMr Samit Ghosh
12:30 LUNCH
Mental Health
13:15 Suicide risk assessment: Practical tips for GPsDr Ruth Thompson
14:15 Treatment resistant DepressionDr Ruth Thompson
14:45 Break
Men's Health
15:45 HypogonadismDr Naveed Younis
16:30 Q&A
17:10 End of Programme

Speakers

Rheumatology

Lectures
  • Early Inflammatory Arthritis (EIA)
  • Giant Cell Arteritis, ANCA-associated vasculitis (AAV)

Orthopaedics

Lectures
  • Assessments of patients who present with back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Insufficiency fractures & spinal deformity

Neurology

Lectures
  • Headache
  • Managing chronic neurological conditions

Infectious Diseases

Lectures
  • Diagnosis and management of recurrent vulvovaginal candidosis
  • New BASHH VVC guidelines, cases and Q&A

Respiratory Medicine

Lectures
  • Chronic persistent cough
  • Disordered breathing

Cardiology I

Lectures
  • ECG interpretation
  • Atrial Fibrillation

Cardiology II

Lectures
  • Pacemakers and defibrillators
  • Heart failure

Paediatrics

Lectures
  • Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Physical impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)

Liver Medicine

Lectures
  • Abnormal LFTs and early detection of liver disease
  • Cirrhosis and end stage liver disease

Health Inequalities in Primary Care

Lectures
  • Case Study: How did COVID-19 worsen Inequalities?
  • Addressing Health Inequalities in Primary Care
  • Introduction to Health Inequalities

Women’s Health

Lectures
  • Common bleeding with LARC
  • Emergency contraception
  • Postnatal contraception

Gastroenterology

Lectures
  • Hitchhikers guide to the (lower) GI tract
  • Hitchhikers guide to the (upper) GI tract

Managing challenging chronic problems

Lectures
  • Persistent Physical Symptoms - an Overview for GPs

Lectures
  • Update on Chronic Pain Management

COVID 19

Lectures
  • Documenting the emergence of a new condition: Long-COVID. (Spring/Summer 2020) the value of general practice research
  • What is the role of general practice in managing people with Long-COVID? (November 2021) evidence-based practice

Endocrinology

Lectures
  • Update on management of Diabetes
  • Thyroid Disorders for Primary Care

Ear, Nose, Throat

Mental Health

Lectures
  • Suicide risk assessment: Practical tips for GPs
  • Treatment resistant Depression

Men's Health

Attendance Fee

 

4 day tuition fee, Live Stream (incl. 20% VAT)

1 day tuition fee, Live stream (incl. 20% VAT)
GP / Consultant / Specialist £ 390.00 £120
Medical Student

£ 270.00

£90
Nurse / Health Profession £ 270.00 £90
     
Printed course books (Royal Mail 1st Class) £ 39  

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