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Expedition and Wilderness Medicine | Corfe Castle

Oct. 29, 2018 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.

  • World Extreme Medicine
  • Corfe Castle Dorset BH20 5EZ
  • 995
  • Note - 4 day Course Our Expedition and Wilderness Medicine course is designed to be the most comprehensive 4-day introductory training course a medic can be part of. Our expert faculty blend engaging lecture content with hands on practical skills essential to all expedition medics using different teaching styles to ensure that information is delivered effectively as possible. The nature of the course means not only do you have a eclectic, and highly experienced teaching faculty you also surrounded by like-minded fellow medics. During the first 3 days of the course your time will be split 50/50 between lectures and practical group work, the evenings will vary between socialising, challenge tasks and special guest lectures. The final day will focus on a search and rescue scenario where you will combine your skills to locate, rescue, treat and evacuate a casualty.
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Rheumatology Study Morning

Nov. 3, 2018 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

  • MediConf
  • University of The West of England Bristol BS34 8QZ
  • 22
  • Dr Vinodh Devakumar >Osteoporosis >Gout >Polymyalgia Rheumatica >Early Inflammatory Arthritis >Fibromyalgia and chronic pain
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Women's Health: A Life Course Approach

Nov. 24, 2018 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

  • MediConf
  • The University of the West of England Bristol BS34 8QZ
  • 30
  • Dr Anne Connolly 09:00-09:30 Registration, Exhibition and Coffee 09:30-11:00 Women's Health Part One Using case based discussion, understanding the importance of a life-course approach, we will explore a range of typical problems that women present to us in our primary care clinics to update and improve the care we provide. Cases to manage consultations using latest FSRH guidance including: • postnatal contraception • contraception in women aged over 40 • emergency contraception • managing bleeding problems on hormonal contraception 11:00-11:30 Exhibition and Coffee 11:30-13:00 Women's Health Part Two Using cases to discuss problem-based consultations commonly seen in primary care including from: • post-coital bleeding • vulval irritation • vaginal discharge • hormones and mood • pelvic pain • 'flushes and sweats’ 13:00 Close of Event
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Mental Health Study Morning

Nov. 24, 2018 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

  • MediConf
  • Future Inns Plymouth Plymouth PL6 5DA
  • 30
  • Dr Laura Pogue Learning Objectives • Identify and manage complex/challenging patients with mental health problems • Practical tips on communication, brief interventions and assessments in primary care mental health • Prescribing tips – good practice and handy hints • Using a whole patient approach in achieving a positive outcome eg alternatives to prescribing • Primary care overview of treatment resistance in depression and personality disorders Learning Outcomes • Increase confidence in managing mental health problems • Safe, rational prescribing of mental health drugs • Increase understanding of specific mental health disorders • To be able to use more resources during a mental health consultation
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