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Courses and Publications

Courses and Publications

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CPD Connect: Cradle to Grave Edinburgh

This event will consist of a series of short presentations on common healthcare dilemmas from childhood to old age. All of our speakers are local NHS GPs/Consultants/professionals who have worked with the NES team to pinpoint key learning for their specific area of expertise.  There will be opportunities to ask questions and gain valuable take home learning points for lifelong care.  The event has been designed by GPs, Nurses working in General Practice/Primary Care and Pharmacists to make it all highly relevant to primary care.

2018 Programme topics and speakers are as follows:

- Gait problems in children - Lauren Daniel, Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner, RHSC, Edinburgh
- Sports injuries throughout life - prevention and treatment - Dr Gordon Cameron, GP, Edinburgh
- Update on diabetics management - Alicja Szewczyk, Diabetic Dietician, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh
- Cancers of blood - how to diagnose and manage in primary care - Dr Neill Storrar, Consultant Haematologist, Western General Hospital
- Prison medicine - connections and issues for primary care - Dr Nora Murray-Cavanagh, GP, Edinburgh
- Coronary heart disease - diagnosis and management in the 21st Centuary - Dr Omar Fersia, Consultant Cardiologist, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh
- Psychotropic medications - risks vs benefits, when to start, when to stop - Dr Guy Holloway, Consultant Psychiatrist, Royal Edinburgh Hospital
- The new Scottish referral guidelines for suspected cancer - Peter Hutchison, Chair of the Scottish Cancer Referral Guidelines Review


Resource Type: Hot Topics

Edinburgh Saturday, November 17, 2018 9:00 AM-5:00 PM Contact Organiser Good Availability
£POA Book

A Day in the Life of a Busy General Practice - Aberdeen

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT IS BEING HELD IN ABERDEEN

This event will feature a series of short presentations covering common clinical topics with the latest advice on their management, to make your busy day at the coal face go more smoothly. The event will have a range of local speakers including GPs with specialist interests and hospital consultants. There will be lots of opportunities to ask questions and network with colleagues. 

The event has been designed by GPs, Nurses working in General Practice/Primary Care and Pharmacists to make it all highly relevant to primary care.

2019 Programme topics are as follows:

- Dermatology Key Messages
- Infant Feeding/Crying Baby
- Endocrine: A Case Based Discussion
- Haematology: Interpreting Results
- Menopause: Medical Management and Complications of HRT
- Deprescribing
- Headache
- Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) Update


Resource Type: Hot Topics

Aberdeenshire Wednesday, March 6, 2019 9:00 AM-5:00 PM Contact Organiser Good Availability
£POA Book
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