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CPD Connect: (GPs/GPSTs) "A Day in the Life of a Busy General Practice" Webinar series


Target audience: GPs and GP Trainees

This is a series of 10 webinars called “A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A BUSY GENERAL PRACTICE”.


This series has in the past been delivered face to face (sometimes called Cradle to Grave) and this year we have replaced these with 10 separate webinars being held between September 2021 and March 2022.


All webinars will be recorded, so even if you can’t make the session live, you’ll have full and exclusive access to the resource provided you are booked in advance.


The cost of the series is £50 (previously £135 when delivered face to face).


Once you have booked your place here, you will be sent individual links for Microsoft Teams Live for each individual event. 



Please note that whilst Portal suggests that this is taking place on 31st March for 10 hours, this is just a placeholder to ensure the correct number of CPD hours are awarded.  All dates and times for the 10 sessions are listed below.


The programme of events is below.  Whilst some dates and times are to be finalised, the speakers have been confirmed:


Women’s & Sexual Health Update (7 Sept 2021 at 2pm) 


·       Pain Management in Primary Care (6 Oct 2021 at 1pm)


·       HRT (21 Oct 2021 at 1pm)


·       Hypertension (26 Oct 2021 at 1pm)


·       Dermatology (9 Nov 2021 at 1pm)


·        Neurodevelopment Disorders (25 Nov 2021 at 1pm)


Less Common Respiratory Problems (18 Jan 2022 at 1pm)

Alcohol Related Liver Disease (10 Feb 2022 at 2pm)


Thyroid Disease (Date TBC)


Long Covid Emerging Evidence (Date TBC)


Resource Type: Workshop

No Location Provided Thursday, March 31, 2022 1:00 PM-11:00 PM Contact Organiser Good Availability
£ POA Book

CPD Connect: GP Level 3 Child Protection - 16th of November 2021 (Virtual)

This course covers and fulfils some key level 3 competencies regarding child protection

Most care for children and young people is delivered outside the hospital setting. Safeguarding children and young people requires all general practitioners to be effective when dealing with child abuse. General Practitioners should recognise and respond to the needs of children and young people in special circumstances, through referral and joint working.




Please note that this course will be delivered online via Microsoft Teams (1-4:00 pm).


Resource Type: Workshop

No Location Provided Tuesday, November 16, 2021 1:00 PM-4:00 PM Contact Organiser Good Availability
£ POA Book
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