Event : ‘Be the Best you can be’ 15th September 2016
Monthly CPD meeting run by RCGP Tamar Faculty
Venue: Smeall Building, University of Exeter, St Luke’s Campus, Exeter EX1 2LU
Time: 19.30, sandwiches and refreshments from 19.00.
Tuesday 22nd November 2016, Gender Medicine – an update, Dr John Dean
Tuesday 18th October 2016, Spinal update, Mr Andrew Clarke & Mr Ollie Stokes (consultant surgeons) &Helen Challinor ( spinal ESP)
Tuesday 27th September 2016 Haematology workshop, Dr Jackie Ruell & Dr Claudius Rudin
Tuesday 23rd August 2016, Clinical chemistry an update, Dr Maurice Salzmann
Tuesday 19th July 2016 , Varicose veins and vascular update, Mr John Thompson
Tuesday 24th May 2016- Dr Peter Stephens, Oncologist
Tuesday 26th April– Mr Rob Bethune, Emergency and Colorectal surgery
Thursday 29th January – Mr Malcolm Crundwell, Consultant Urologist – Recurrent urinary tract infections
Tuesday 24th February – Dr Lisa Joels, Consultant Gynaecologist – Fertility Update
Thursday 26th March – Mr Richard Kerr, Associate Specialist in Maxillofacial Surgery, Maxillofacial Problems in Primary Care
Tuesday 28th April – Dr Coralie Bingham, Consultant Renal Physician – New NICE Chronic Kidney Disease Guidelines
Thursday 21st May – Dr Charles Dixon, Consultant Psychiatrist – Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty
Tuesday 30th June – Professor Tamsin Ford, Professor of Childhood and Adolescent Mental Health and Dr Seth Divik, Consultant Psychiatrist – Child and Adolescent Mental Heath Update & When to Refer
Thursday 23rd July – Dr Sophia Davies, Consultant in GUM & HIV – Human Immunodeficiency Virus in Primary Care
Tuesday 25th August – Dr Deborah Stalker, Designated Doctor for Child Protection & Consultant Paediatrician – Hiding in plain sight – identifying the vulnerable child
Tuesday 24th September – Dr Guy Bradley-Bradley Smith), Author of Oxford Handbook of Clinical Genetics – General Practitioners, Genetics and Genomics
Tuesday 20th October – Mr Peter Simock, Consultant Ophthalmologist – Basic eye examination, techniques in the GP Surgery
Thursday 19th November – Mr Peter Simcock, Consultant Ophthalmologist – Eye Survival for General Practitioners – what not to miss!
Tuesday 29th December – No Meeting
Parking is available in the University of Exeter car park on Magdalen Road and there is no charge after 6 pm and no need to buy a ticket.
A map of St Luke’s Campus can be found at: http://www.exeter.ac.uk/visit/
Smeall Building is No. 10 on the map – follow the path shown from the car park.
This event is free of charge and all GPs and GP trainees are welcome. Please pass these details on to any colleagues who may be interested in attending. There is no need to book but, to give us an idea of numbers, please let Liz Bell know if you plan to attend.
For further information on meetings and other events run by the faculty please see the website: http://www.rcgp.org.uk/tamar
**Pre-Meeting Run** If you would like to join Dr Pip Hayes for a 45 minute run before the meeting, please contact her firstname.lastname@example.org
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