The one-day update course by GPs for GPs, GP STs and General Practice Nurses.
Registration from 9.30am
Course start time 10.00am
The GP Update course is very relevant for clinical practice and will help you meet the requirements for appraisal and revalidation
Using a lecture-based format, with plenty of time for interaction, the GP presenters discuss the results of the most important new evidence and guidance and concentrate on what it means to you and your patients in the consulting room tomorrow
To help you prepare for your annual appraisal and revalidation Red Whale have a range of practical tools and offer an online service that tracks your learning throughout the year to avoid those last minute pre-appraisal panics.
They use humour and video clips to illustrate points being made, to keep you focused and awake.
What will be covered?
This one-day course offers a wide-ranging, evidence-based programme, covering the latest guidance and major developments across all areas of general practice: from chronic conditions to Musculoskeletal medicine, from Mental health to Gastroenterology and many more in between.
The GP Update Handbook
All delegates will receive a copy of the GP Update Handbook. This fully-referenced handbook covers the most important research, policy and guidance relevant to primary care over the last 5 years. Much more than just a set of lecture notes, the Handbook is a fully referenced resource that can be used in the consultation, as a learning tool, a source for tutorials and exam revision.
You’ll also get one year’s FREE subscription to www.GPCPD.com. With three times the content of the handbook, it allows you to capture CPD credits as you read on the site and use it in consultations! It also comes with focused learning activities to earn further CPD credits.
EQUIP Members ONLY will also receive online access to the Cancer Update Handbook.
Who are Red Whale?
Red Whale are one of the leading providers of primary care medical and nursing education in the UK with over 13,000 primary care practitioners attending their courses each year. They specialise in producing courses that are evidence-based, highly relevant to everyday practice and full of actions that delegates can take away and implement immediately.
For more details, go to www.gp-update.co.uk