Forthcoming conferences

In planning…

  • Brazil

    May 2018

  • Vienna & Opera

    May 2018

  • Cuba

    Autumn 2018

  • Italy

    Autumn 2018

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Shaping Up To Revalidation

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As you are probably aware by now GPs licensed by the GMC will also be required every 5 years to be recertified by the RCGP in order to achieve revalidation.

Your annual appraisal is critical to this process and in the 4 domains of evidence required (Knowledge, Skills & Performance; Safety & Quality; Communication, Partnership & Teamwork; Maintaining Trust) the first two will be enhanced by a course with Conference Plus.

A credit system has been proposed to assess the maintenance of professional performance:

  • All of the Royal Colleges are adopting a system of earning 50 learning credits per year (250 over the five year period)
  • A Credit is a unit of CPD activity
  • RCGP system is based on the “outcomes of learning” rather than the time spent
  • Number of credits based on level of “impact” and “challenge”
  • Credits will be self-assessed but will be verified by the assessor
  • Attending a chronic disease course, then doing an audit, producing and introducing a protocol and re-auditing might be worth for example 15 credits

Conference Plus could be a valuable resource to help you achieve some of your desired Development Needs from your Personal Development Plan.

Just choose from the extensive array of topics in our Academic Programmes.

In forthcoming conferences there will be sessions on:

  • Health Care Policy
    Can the NHS model of care survive? – Prof Chris Ham (Madonna di Campiglio)
    The General Practice of the future – Prof Chris Ham (Madonna di Campiglio)
    The politics of Health Care – Prof Chris Ham (Madonna di Campiglio)
  • Allergy
    Asthma & Rhinitis in Children: Food Allergy; Complex Multisystem Allergy; Adolescent Allergy Care – Dr Claudia Gore (Amazon)
    Adult Allergy Update – Dr Robin Gore (Amazon)
  • Behavioural Paediatrics
    Latest understanding of children and adults’ Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, ADHD and Autism…what to look out for and when and where to refer – Prof. Amanda Kirby (Madonna di Campiglio)
  • Dermatology
    Ethnic Skin; Paediatric Dermatology; Eczema – Dr Riadh Dawood (Cappadocia)
  • Endocrinology
    Obesity; The Modern Management of Diabetes; Thyroid Disease; Challenging Cases – Dr Mark Cohen (Cappadocia)
    General Medicine Quiz– Dr Riadh Dawood (Cappadocia)
  • Gastroenterology & Hepatology
    Managing Common Anorectal Conditions; Colorectal Cancer: What’s New – Mr Alastair Windsor (Seville)
    Modern Management of Inflammatory Bowel Disease: An Update – Mr Alastair Windsor (Seville)
    Faecal Incontinence: A Technical Revolution – Mr Alastair Windsor (Seville)
  • Gynaecology
    Advances in the management of menstrual problems and pelvic pain – Mr Andrew Hextall (Seville)
    Pelvic floor problems – a guide to assessment and treatment in Primary Care – Mr Andrew Hextall (Seville)
  • Neurology
    Headache; Parkinson’s Disease; The Quick Neurological Assessment for the Busy GP; Unusual Case Histories – Dr Prasad Korlipara (Cappadocia)
  • Obstetrics
    Medical Problems in Pregnancy – Mr Richard Sheridan (Amazon)
    Mr Mark Selinger (Madonna di Campiglio)
  • Orthopaedics
    Upper limb problems: making the diagnosis – Mr Tony Corner (Seville)
    Upper limb problems: what can you do and when to refer – Mr Tony Corner (Seville)
    Upper limb orthopaedics: general problems – Mr Tony Corner (Seville)
  • Paediatrics
    Asthma & Rhinitis in Children: Food Allergy; Complex Multisystem Allergy; Adolescent Allergy Care – Dr Claudia Gore (Amazon)
    Paediatric Dermatology – Dr Riadh Dawood (Cappadocia)
  • Pain
    Why does it hurt Doc? – Professor Peter Abrahams (Amazon)
  • Primary Care Medicine
    The Quick Neurological Assessment for the Busy GP – Dr Prasad Korlipara (Cappadocia)
    Lumps & Bumps in the Neck; Lumps & Bumps in the Groin – Professor Peter Abrahams (Amazon)
  • Respiratory Medicine
    Asthma & Rhinitis in Children - Dr Claudia Gore (Amazon)
    COPD; Managing Asthma in Adults; Pulmonary Infections – Dr Robin Gore (Amazon)

Cappadocia Conference Speakers:

  • Dr Mark Cohen

    Consultant Physician & Endocrinologist, Barnet & Chase Farm NHS Trust

    Obesity; The Modern Management of Diabetes; Thyroid Disease; Challenging Cases

  • Dr Prasad Korlipara

    Consultant Neurologist, National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery & West Herts NHS Trust

    Headache; Parkinson’s Disease; The Quick Neurological Assessment for the Busy GP; Unusual Case Histories

  • Dr Riadh Dawood

    GP, GPwSI in Dermatology & Gastroenterology, Hatch End Medical Centre, Harrow

    Ethnic Dermatology; Paediatric Dermatology; General Medicine Quiz; Eczema

Amazon Conference Speakers:

  • Dr Claudia Gore

    Consultant in Paediatric Allergy & Immunology Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

    Asthma & Rhinitis in Children: Food Allergy; Complex Multisystem Allergy; Adolescent Allergy Care

  • Dr Robin Gore

    Consultant in Respiratory Medicine & Allergy, East & North Herts NHS Trust

    COPD; Managing Asthma in Adults; Pulmonary Infections; Allergy Update

  • Professor Peter Abrahams

    Professor of Anatomy & GP, University of Warwick Medical School

    Hand Problems; Lumps & Bumps in the Neck; Lumps & Bumps in the Groin; Pain – why does it hurt doc?; Leonardo the Anatomist

  • Professor Sir Ian Gilmore

    Professor of Hepatology, University of Liverpool

    Alcoholic Liver Disease; The Interpretation & Management of Abnormal Liver Function Tests

Seville Conference Speakers:

  • Andrew Hextall

    Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, West Hertfordshire Hospital NHS Trust

    Vulval and Vaginal problems in General Practice; Advances in the management of menstrual problems and pelvic pain; Pelvic floor problems – a guide to assessment and treatment in Primary Care.

  • Mr Tony Corner

    Consultant Orthopaedic surgeon, West Herts NHS Trust

    Upper limb problems – making the diagnosis; Upper limb problems – what can you do and when to refer; Upper limb orthopaedics – general problems

  • Alastair CJ Windsor MD FRCS FRCS(Ed)

    Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, University College Hospital

    Top Rectal Bleeding and Anal Pain – Managing Common Anorectal Conditions; Colorectal Cancer – What’s New; Modern Management of Inflammatory Bowel Disease – An Update; Faecal Incontinence – A Technical Revolution.

Madonna di Campilglio Speakers:

  • Mr Daryll Baker

    Consultant Vascular Surgeon, Royal Free Hospital London

    Vascular Disease part 1 – The arteries; Vascular Disease part 2 – The veins

  • Professor Chris Ham

    Chief Executive, The King’s Fund, London; Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of London and of the Royal College of General Practitioners, and Honorary Professor at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

    New models of Health Care; The future of General Practice

  • Professor Amanda Kirby

    Chair in Developmental Disorders in Education

    10 minute consultations in Developmental Disorders – Latest understanding of children and adults' Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, ADHD and Autism…what to look out for and when and where to refer.

  • Mr Mark Selinger

    Consultant Obstetrician, Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading, Berkshire

 

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