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Sports injuries and Sports orthopaedics

Jan. 16, 2018 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

  • Royal Society of Medicine
  • Royal Society of Medicine London W1G 0AE
  • 200
  • Sports Medicine Conference - Note this is over 2 days This conference organised in conjunction with the Institute of Sport Exercise and Health (ISEH) will provide you with an update on the current provision of care for sports injuries in the UK. You will hear experts and key opinion leaders deliver updates on innovation, progress and current practice in their subspecialty. This two day intensive course is perfect for consultants and trainees in orthopaedics, sport and exercise medicine and all related specialties including physiotherapists, osteopaths. It will also be extremely useful for anyone involved or interested in the care of sportsmen and sportswomen. Our joint partner, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health (ISEH) is one of nine global Olympic research centres for injury prevention and athlete health.
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Neurology

Jan. 18, 2018 6:30 p.m. - 8:15 p.m.

  • The Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth
  • The Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth London NW8 9NH
  • 0
  • Topics include: Is it a seizure? - Suspected fits Dr John O'Dwyer, Consultant Neurologist A lecture (TBC) delivered by Dr Charles Kaplan, Consultant Neurologist
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Non-communicable diseases: Prevention and management in contemporary crisis and conflict zones

Jan. 22, 2018 6 p.m. - 9 p.m.

  • Royal Society of Medicine
  • Royal Society of Medicine London W1G 0AE
  • 20
  • This meeting is organised in collaboration with the Conflict and Health Research Group at King’s College London as part of the RCUK Research for Conflict in Health (R4HC)-MENA programme. The growing burden of chronic disease in fragile states and humanitarian emergencies is impossible to ignore. Academic centres, multilateral agencies and service providers have started a great push for better solutions and a better understanding of non-communicable disease (NCDs) amongst the world’s most vulnerable populations. These joint international efforts to prevent, control and reduce the burden of NCDs are a step in the right direction. However, some questions remain around the quality of the evidence-base supporting interventions and the need for more concerted efforts to tackle this growing epidemic and their risk factors. Join our innovative and prominent panel of researchers and practitioners and get involved in current thinking and action on non-communicable disease care and prevention in emergencies.
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Common Spinal Conditions Seen In General Practice

Jan. 31, 2018 6:30 p.m. - 8:15 p.m.

  • The Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth
  • The Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth London NW8 9NH
  • 0
  • Covering Common Spinal Conditions Seen In General Practice. Hot food included
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Pain Management - Back Pain

Feb. 1, 2018 6:30 p.m. - 8:15 p.m.

  • The Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth
  • The Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth London NW8 9NH
  • 0
  • Back pain in adults: early management in secondary/tertiary care – an update
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Men's Health

Feb. 3, 2018 9 a.m. - noon

  • The Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth
  • The Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth London NW8 9NH
  • 0
  • A comprehensive and interactive Urology Symposium for GP's, based at the Hospital of St John's and St Elizabeth. London's leading Urological Surgeons will be discussing updates to urological care, along with new guidelines and red-flags, all relevant to general practice.
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Stroke

Feb. 7, 2018 6 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

  • The Queen Square GP Seminars
  • The Basement Lecture Theatre London WC1N 3BG
  • 0
  • Topics include: Which antiplatelet therapy should be used for which patient? Is there a difference between the non-vitamin K antagonist oral anticoagulants (NOACs)? How can the 30-40% of patients who have unidentified causes for stroke be managed and what are the risks? How can we manage 'funny turns', transient confusion and isolated vertigo? This comprehensive session will conclude with a final update on the plan for TIA and stroke services for North Central London.
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HIP Seminar - GP and Physio Session

Feb. 8, 2018 6:30 p.m. - 8:15 p.m.

  • The Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth
  • The Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth London NW8 9NH
  • 0
  • A GP Seminar covering Hip Pain Covered by Consultant Orthopaedics surgeons and a Specialist Physio - practical tips on managing common injuries and illnesses
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Basic Life Support and Safeguarding

Feb. 14, 2018 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

  • Royal Society of Medicine
  • Royal Society of Medicine London W1G 0AE
  • 150
  • This one day meeting at the RSM aims to discuss basic life support, child protection and safeguarding vulnerable adults. objectives This interactive one day meeting and workshops will: Enables nurses, doctors, paramedics and other allied health professionals to meet their mandatory requirements. Update your knowledge and skills on recent changes in legislature especially in safeguarding adults and children. Use a pragmatic approach to review current knowledge. Develop your safety awareness and use of current technology in clinical environments. Practical BLS session using mannequins Delegates will be provided with their CPR and BLS certificate at the end of the day that are valid for a year.
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Health professionals for Global Health launch

Feb. 19, 2018 6 p.m. - 9 p.m.

  • Royal Society of Medicine
  • Royal Society of Medicine London W1G 0AE
  • 20
  • Global health issues, from migration to inequalities, are increasingly relevant to our local clinical practice. This meeting will bring together leading experts to examine the ethical components, engagement avenues and career pathways for UK health professionals in the global health realm. Book your place to network with local global health practitioners and seek opportunities in global heath training and involvement. *Tickets include networking drinks reception
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2018 London Clinic Lecture - Dr Adam Kay: Who cares?

Feb. 20, 2018 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.

  • Royal Society of Medicine
  • Royal Society of Medicine London W1G 0AE
  • 0
  • We are pleased to announce that Dr Adam Kay will be giving the 2018 London Clinic lecture. Dr Adam Kay is a former registrar in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, an award-winning writer of TV comedy and best-selling author of This is Going to Hurt: Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctor. Like they teach you in GCSE physics, every action has an equal and opposite reaction. Breaking bad news, and dealing with death or complications take their toll on the caregivers; a fact that medicine has stuck its fingers in its ears about for decades. Is the fact that doctors can’t look after themselves one of the major factors in the current retention crisis? Or is it the least of medicine’s problems right now? Dr Adam Kay will discuss caring for the carers.
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Recent developments in Digital health 2018

Feb. 27, 2018 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

  • Royal Society of Medicine
  • Royal Society of Medicine London W1G 0AE
  • 165
  • This one day meeting will bring together leading experts in the field of digital healthcare. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn and discuss the developments from the past year and assess ways forward. With lectures and panel discussions on different topics that give insight to the new generation technologies that are shaping the way we view healthcare, this one day meeting is not to be missed.
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PLUS Baby Seminars for Parental Leave

March 2, 2018 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

  • PLUS Baby Seminars
  • The Whittington Hospital London N19 5NF
  • 50
  • If you are a GP/trainee on Parental Leave, this is the Seminar for you! We would love to welcome you to our baby friendly seminars for healthcare professionals on Friday the 2nd of March 2018 in North London at the UCL undergraduate centre at the Whittington Hospital. Topics - - Paediatric nutrition, allergies and weaning – updates on the latest research - The crying baby and tantruming toddler – common behavioural problems in young children - Maternal mental health & transitioning to motherhood - Being a medical parent – the good, the bad and the nanny - Mindfulness for parents (half of delegates and then switch with Baby Sensory) - Baby Sensory class (half of delegates and then switch with Mindfulness for parents) Please note – This is a not-for-profit event and all proceeds will be going to Whittington Babies, a charity that aims to support the families of babies who spend time in the Special Care Baby Unit and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, and the doctors and nurses who work in those units.
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Ophthalmology

March 3, 2018 8:30 a.m. - noon

  • The Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth
  • The Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth London NW8 9NH
  • 0
  • GP Seminar covering common Ophthalmological presentations in Primary care
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An update day on best practice, policies and politics in infant feeding

March 5, 2018 9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.

  • Royal Society of Medicine
  • Royal Society of Medicine London W1G 0AE
  • 145
  • Seminar - Infant Feeding This one day meeting will review the latest research and guidelines on infant feeding and introduction of solids and to explore the common issues facing parents in the first year. objectives To update attendees on guidelines and research into infant feeding and the introduction of solids To look at the issues for parents and health professionals with regard to infant feeding and introduction of solids To consider the benefits and challenges of using peer support and social media to support parents
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Lantum's Q&A with NHS England's Director of Primary Care, Dr Arvind Madan

March 7, 2018 7 p.m. - 10 p.m.

  • Lantum
  • Lantum HQ London EC2A 4DN
  • 0
  • Lantum are excited to host a Q&A with Dr Arvind Madan, NHS England Director of Primary Care and author of the GP Forward View. This is an opportunity for you to find out more about the future of primary care and also feedback your experiences and vision of general practice. Lantum feel its important for the GP community to feel connected not only with each other but also with GP leaders who have influence in developing the roadmap for the profession. This gives you a chance to ask your questions, network and have your say. Dr Arvind Madan wants to hear from you about how you see general practice evolving and especially from the newer qualified GPs to understand their perspective.
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Stroke Update

March 8, 2018 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

  • The Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth
  • The Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth London NW8 9NH
  • 0
  • GP Seminar - Update on the management of Stroke relevant to General Practice
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Storytelling in Medicine

March 14, 2018 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.

  • Royal Society of Medicine
  • Royal Society of Medicine London W1G 0AE
  • 50
  • This day meeting will explore storytelling in medicine and the impact of the medical humanities, with medical authors providing an insight into their work. Dr Sam Guglani, Consultant Clinical Oncologist, Cheltenham and Curator and Director, Medicine Unboxed, will discuss his new novel, Histories, a hypnotic portrait of life in one hospital, over one week. Book now to secure your place.
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6th Annual Hot Topics GP Symposium

March 17, 2018 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

  • The Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth
  • Royal College Of Physicians London NW1 4LE
  • 0
  • One of the largest educational events for GP's in London, the 5th Annual Hot Topics Symposium has been developed by our esteemed consultants to ensure you are kept up-to-date with case studies, medication and red flags in primary care for a diverse range of specialisms. With our interactive audience interaction tool, regardless of what theatre you are situated, you can propose questions to the speakers, leave feedback and can view the slides on any smart device. The Symposium will take place from 09:00 - 15:30 and is being held at the prestigious Royal College of Physicians. Free Breakfast and a Three-Course Lunch will also be provided. This event is completely free and open to all London-based GPs registered with the GMC.
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Surviving and Thriving: A tool kit for the modern primary care practice

April 16, 2018 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

  • Royal Society of Medicine
  • Royal Society of Medicine London W1G 0AE
  • 150
  • The day is designed to provide tips to assist the primary care practice workforce team in dealing with the pressures in today’s environment. How to stay focused and healthy, to understand new requirements placed on them, to work better as a team, and to invigorate and plan to provide a gold standard service. This meeting will assist new entrants and career progression within the primary care sector. Speakers will provide delegates with helpful advice in practice management, topical tips, how to fully embrace new technology and diagnostic tools and keeping the medical team healthy.
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Medical Apps: Mainstreaming Innovation

April 19, 2018 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

  • Royal Society of Medicine
  • Royal Society of Medicine London W1G 0AE
  • 165
  • Aims The purpose of this meeting is to educate forward-thinking clinicians about the benefits of using medical apps to improve patient outcomes and reduce costs. In view of the expectation that the NHS will have a primary care app tariff in place by next April the ITP), this event will focus on mainstreaming the use of apps within the health & care services. About this event The programme features heavyweight speakers that will cover all aspects of mainstreaming medical apps. We will have Alexia Tonnel a Director of NICE, and her opposite numbers from the MHRA to talk about endorsement and regulation, supported by eminent lawyer Julian Hitchcock and senior academic Prof Jeremy Wyatt. Hazel Jones, Operations Manager for NHS Digital, will describe the app assessment questionnaire they have developed; a panel of three assessment organisations will describe the process in practice. Dr Richard Brady will give another of his excellent, amusingly presented talks on bad apps. Justin Walters will cover the ways apps can be used to change behaviour. We have two exemplars of app devel-opers to describe their craft including a medically-cleared diagnostic app for professionals and a talk on using them to manage depression.
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Minor Surgery Course

May 17, 2018 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

  • Royal Society of Medicine
  • Royal Society of Medicine London W1G 0AE
  • 550
  • Note - this event is over 2 days Aims and objectives: The overall objective of this 2 day course is to instruct trainee and qualified primary care clinicians in the skills needed to perform minor skin surgery. The course aims to cover all the minor skin procedures, joint injections and non-surgical techniques as set out in the GMS contract for primary care minor surgery. Furthermore, course delegates will be assessed via Applied Knowledge testing and Direct Observation of Practical Skills (DOPS) during the course. At the end of the course, delegates should be able to take home improved practical skills and be aware of medico-legal and contractual obligations required of those practising minor skin surgery. Furthermore, having attended the course, delegates should be able to apply evidence based practice in the detection and management of common skin lesions including melanoma. Most importantly they should be able to apply these skills to improve the provision of minor skin surgery in primary care. NHS England DOPS This course complies with the new NHS England DOPS requirements for minor surgery training. Delegates will be assessed against Level 2 competencies and certification will be provided at the end of the course. Please contact the co-ordinator if you require further information.
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Teach the Teacher

June 14, 2018 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

  • Royal Society of Medicine
  • Chandos House London W1G 9LQ
  • 575
  • Note - this event is over 2 days This practical two day course will empower clinical teachers with the knowledge, confidence and skills to teach effectively in a wide range of settings. Objectives Adapt teaching methods for different scenarios, settings and outcomes Understand how adults learn Identify and overcome the barriers to effective teaching Develop strategies for giving trainees effective feedback
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