Clinical experts from our teaching hospitals run courses for general practitioners (and practice staff) who need a comprehensive update on how to manage common conditions or training for their continuing professional development.
Allergy lunchtime Skype seminar
Dr Chris Rutkowski, clinical lead for adult allergy at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital, will present a one hour interactive Skype seminar for GPs and primary care clinicians.
You will learn how to improve the diagnosis, patient referral and management of allergy in primary care. Questions will be taken at the end of the talk.
- Date: Friday 11 October, 1.30-2.30pm
- Cost: free
- itchy rash and recurrent swellings
- what to do about penicillin allergy
- is it really nut allergy?
This event carries one CPD point and a certificate of attendance will be given.
How to book
Book your place at the allergy lunchtime Skype seminar.
Heart failure and stroke workshop
This evening event for GPs is organised by Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital. Dr Gerry Carr-White, clinical lead for cardiology and inherited cardiac diseases, and Dr Ajay Bhalla, clinical lead for stroke, will present on transient ischemic attack and managing heart failure and atrial fibrillation.
- Date: Tuesday 15 October, 7-9pm
- Venue: Education Centre, 75-79 York Road, London, SE1 7NJ
- Cost: free, light supper will be provided
This event carries two CPD points and a certificate of attendance will be given.
How to book
Book your place at the heart failure and stroke workshop.
Managing complex patients in primary care workshop
This event for GPs is organised by consultants from Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital, King’s College Hospital, and South London and Maudsley. This workshop focuses on complex patients that GPs find difficult to manage from a diagnostic and therapeutic perspective.
The agenda will cover:
- diagnosis and management of patients with not specific symptoms when cancer is in the differential diagnosis; an holistic approach
diagnosis and management of patients with persistent non-specific respiratory symptoms.Interventions for fatigue, breathlessness and exercise intolerance
diagnosis and management of patients with persistent non-specific symptoms and mental health assessment
Light supper and refreshments will be provided.
This GP events carries two CPD points.
How to book
Book your place at the managing complex patients in primary care workshop.