GP - Update Refresher

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London | 30 CPD

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GP Update Refresher Course

We are excited to offer this GP Update Refresher course in person in London (St Thomas' Hospital) and as Live Stream from 18-21 January 2024.

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 on-site or from home via livestream (transmission in real time) and receive up to 30 CPD points. You can participate interactively in the question and answer sessions. 

What can you expect?

Check mark  30 CPD points

Speakers icon  Experienced approachable speakers

presentation icon  Short focused talks

Q&A icon  Extended time for Q&A

handbook icon  Comprehensive handbook

Location

St Thomas's Hospital

Westminster Bridge Rd, London SE1 7EH

Programme Director

GP Update Refresher, Farah Jameel

 

Dr Farah Jameel, 

General Practitioner | Non Executive Director, Barnet Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust

 

 

Partnership

Guys and St Thomas HospitalEvelina logo

Sponsors*

GMC logo        Pfizer Logo

 

*The sponsors provide funding to the Centre for Medical Development to support the costs of running the event, however, have no input into the arrangements, agenda, speaker selection, presentations, or collateral content.

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 7 days before the start of the event.

Accreditation

This course has been accredited with up to 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, 18 January 2024
Dermatology
09:00 Skin CancersDr Natasha Kapur
09:45 Common skin conditionsDr Natasha Kapur
10:30 Break
Paediatrics
10:45 Advances in the Management of Pilonidal Disease & An Update on GastrostomiesDr Hemanshoo Thakkar
11:30 General Surgery of Childhood (what GPs refer to us)Dr Iain Yardley
12:15 Lunch
Rheumatology
13:15 Inflammatory arthritis in 2024: pearls for primary careDr Arti Mahto
14:00 Rheumatology and bone health: complex clinical casesDr Arti Mahto
14:45 Break
Reproductive Medicine
15:00 Expanding the horizon: fertility preservation in modern practice (ovarian tissue preservation, egg, sperm freezing)Dr Julia Kopeika
16:30 Break
Endocrinology
16:45 Diabetes UpdateDr Harvinder Chahal
17:30 Thyroid UpdateDr Harvinder Chahal
18:00 Q&A
18:45 End of Programme
Day 2 - Friday, 19 January 2024
08:15 Registration open
Respiratory
09:00 AsthmaDr Pujan Patel
09:45 Interstitial lung diseaseProf Gisli Jenkins
10:30 Break
Gastroenterology
10:45 Rectal Bleeding and anorectal pathologyDr Alexis Schizas
12:15 Lunch
Mental Health
13:15 Depression in patients with physical illnessDr Peter Byrne
14:00 Severe mental illness: addressing multimorbidityDr Peter Byrne
14:45 Break
Women’s Health
15:00 Menopause UpdateDr Amelia Davison
16:30 Break
Infectious Diseases
16:45 Looking after antibiotics Dr Ben Killingley
17:30 Tropical Medicine in General Practice Dr Ben Killingley
18:00 Q&A
18:45 End of Programme
Day 3 - Saturday, 20 January 2024
08:15 Registration open
Men’s Health
09:00 Urology UpdateMr Giles Hellawell
10:30 Break
Orthopaedics
10:45 Hip and Knee pain: common causes and treatmentMiss Samantha Tross
12:15 Lunch
Symposium
13:00 Good Medical Practice 2024 (GMC)Sue Whitehead
Care of the Elderly
13:40 (De)prescribing in older AdultsDr Claire Dow
14:25 End of Life conversationsDr Claire Dow
14:55 Falls assessmentDr Claire Dow
15:25 Break
Dementia
15:35 Assessment and Diagnosis of DementiaProf Alistair Burns
15:45 Management of dementia in Primary careProf Alistair Burns
16:25 Q&A
17:15 End of Programme
Day 4 - Sunday, 21 January 2024
08:15 Registration open
Wellbeing
09:00 Go to RomeHelen Garr
10:30 Break
Cardiology
10:45 Heart FailureDr Sohaib Nazir
11:45 HypertensionDr Sohaib Nazir
12:30 Lunch
Surgery
13:15 Management of Bariatric Surgery patientsMr John Loy
14:45 Break
Nephrology
15:00 Chronic Kidney Disease – a new era?Dr David Game
15:45 AKIDr David Game
16:30 Q&A
17:15 End of Programme

Speakers

Dermatology

Lectures
  • Skin Cancers
  • Common skin conditions

Paediatrics

Lectures
  • Advances in the Management of Pilonidal Disease & An Update on Gastrostomies

Lectures
  • General Surgery of Childhood (what GPs refer to us)

Rheumatology

Lectures
  • Inflammatory arthritis in 2024: pearls for primary care
  • Rheumatology and bone health: complex clinical cases

Reproductive Medicine

Lectures
  • Expanding the horizon: fertility preservation in modern practice (ovarian tissue preservation, egg, sperm freezing)

Endocrinology

Lectures
  • Diabetes Update
  • Thyroid Update

Respiratory

Gastroenterology

Lectures
  • Rectal Bleeding and anorectal pathology

Mental Health

Lectures
  • Depression in patients with physical illness
  • Severe mental illness: addressing multimorbidity

Women’s Health

Infectious Diseases

Lectures
  • Looking after antibiotics
  • Tropical Medicine in General Practice

Men’s Health

Orthopaedics

Lectures
  • Hip and Knee pain: common causes and treatment

Care of the Elderly

Lectures
  • (De)prescribing in older Adults
  • End of Life conversations
  • Falls assessment

Dementia

Lectures
  • Assessment and Diagnosis of Dementia
  • Management of dementia in Primary care

Wellbeing

Cardiology

Surgery

Lectures
  • Management of Bariatric Surgery patients

Nephrology

Lectures
  • Chronic Kidney Disease – a new era?
  • AKI

Other speakers

Symposium Speakers

Lectures
  • Good Medical Practice 2024 (GMC)

Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

Westminster Bridge Road
SE1 7EH London
United Kingdom

 

St Thomas' Hospital

 

 

 

 

 

Room: Governors' Hall (South Wing). Governor’s Hall is located within St Thomas’ Hospital, South Wing, enter by the Main Entrance. 

Tube

The nearest tube stations are:  

Westminster - District, Circle and Jubilee lines (10 minutes' walk)  

Waterloo - Bakerloo, Jubilee and Northern lines (15 minutes' walk)

Lambeth North - Bakerloo line (15 minutes’ walk)

Plan your journey here: https://tfl.gov.uk/plan-a-journey/

Train

Waterloo and Waterloo East are the nearest railway stations, and a 10-15 minutes' walk away.

Victoria and Charing Cross are 20–30 minutes' walk away.  

Bus

Allow 15-20 minutes to get from the bus stop to where you need to be in the hospital. The following bus routes serve St Thomas':  

12, 53, 148, 159, 211, 453, C10 - stop at Westminster Bridge Road  

77, 507, N44 - stop at Lambeth Palace Road  

3, 344, C10, N3 - stop at Lambeth Road (15 minutes' walk)  

76, 341, 381, RV1 - stop at York Road  

Parking

St Thomas' Hospital is located in the Congestion Charging zone and the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ).

Parking is very limited at the hospital and there's often a queue. Please use public transport whenever possible.

Our car park is open 24 hours a day and costs £3.20 per hour. There's more information on the parking at St Thomas' Hospital page.

For more information on getting to St Thomas’ please visit:

https://www.guysandstthomas.nhs.uk/st-thomas-hospital#travel-information

Attendance Fee

   4 Days Tuition Fee 4 Days Tuition Fee Livestream Daily Tuition Fee Daily Tuition Fee Livestream
GP / Consultant / Specialist £690.00* £590.00* £190.00* £190.00*
Doctor in Training 

£590.00*

£490.00* £150.00* £150.00*
Nurse / HCP

£590.00*

£490.00* £150.00* £150.00*

 

*Prices are excluding VAT. VAT will be added at the checkout.

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