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Sep 26, 2020 | CPD 3 | GBP £30.00 | Bristol, England
Ophthalmology Workshop is organized by MediConf UK Ltd and will be held on Sep 26, 2020 at Engineers House, Bristol, England, United Kingdom. Accreditation: 3 CPD Credits Objectives: The workshop will expand upon the knowledge and skill of current GP eye care by providing a practical, thorough and time efficient approach to the eye patient that the GP can immediately put into practice. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Oct 14 - 15, 2020 | CPD Hours 12 | GBP £375.00 | Bristol, England
SW Section 12(2) Induction Course is organized by Royal College of Psychiatrists (RCPSYCH) and will be held from Oct 14 - 15, 2020 at Holiday Inn Bristol City Centre, Bristol, England, United Kingdom. This Conference has been approved for a maximum of up to 12 CPD hours. About the Course: Section 12 (2) Induction Course is a two-day course suitable for anyone who is applying for Section 12(2) approval. This course is not suitable for anyone seeking Approved Clinician status. Objectives: • To cover all areas required to carry out the role of a Section 12 Practitioner. • To understand the main provisions of the Mental Health Act 1983 as amended. • To gain knowledge in the roles of other key professionals. • To understand the role and responsibilities of a Section 12 Practitioner Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Nov 14, 2020 | CPD 3 | GBP £30.00 | Bristol, England
Women’s Health Update 2020 is organized by MediConf UK Ltd and will be held on Nov 14, 2020 at Engineers House, Bristol, England, United Kingdom. Accreditation: 3 CPD Credits Aims: 51% of the population are women. Women’s health related concerns are a common presentation in primary care requiring an individualised life course approach. Using typical cases seen in primary care we will discuss ‘tips and tricks’ to pragmatically put evidence into our daily practice, aiming to streamline the pathways of care offered to women. Learning outcomes: Following this session delegates will be able to: Describe a clear understanding of the individual assessment required for managing women with requests for specific women’s health issues including cases selected from: • ‘I don't want to be pregnant’ • ‘I do want to be pregnant’ • ‘I had my smear and now I’ve got an ‘STI’’ • ‘I keep missing work because of my periods’. • ‘I can’t sleep because of these sweats’ • ‘I can’t exercise because I keep leaking’ • ‘I keep feeling bloated’ Clinical outcomes: It is anticipated that following this session delegates will achieve: • An improved understanding of managing women’s health concerns using an individualised life course approach. • Appreciate the latest evidence for the management of a number of women’s health concerns commonly presenting to us in primary care. • Explore options to improve the pathway of care for women in your local network. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Nov 24 - 25, 2020 | Bristol, England
Faculty of Rehabilitation and Social Psychiatry Annual Conference is organized by Royal College of Psychiatrists (RCPSYCH) and will be held from Nov 24 - 25, 2020 at The Bristol Hotel, Bristol, England, United Kingdom. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Dec 02 - 03, 2020 | CPD Hours 12 | GBP £375.00 | Bristol, England
This Course has been CANCELLED. SW Approved Clinician Induction Course is organized by Royal College of Psychiatrists (RCPSYCH) and will be held from Dec 02- 03, 2020 at Holiday Inn Bristol Airport, Bristol, England, United Kingdom. This Course has been approved for a maximum of upto 12 CPD hours. Description: The Approved Clinician Induction Course is a two-day course suitable for anyone who is applying to become an Approved Clinician. This course automatically covers Section 12(2) approval, there is no need to attend a separate course. Objectives: • Understand the role of an Approved Clinician, how it differs from a Section 12 Practitioner and how the approvals process operates. • Improve understanding of commonly used compulsory orders, how they are used in more specialised areas and the impact they have on Service Users and Carers. • Understand the appeals/hearings process and gain practical advice on the provision of reports and verbal evidence. • Improve awareness of current case law and of the interface between Common Law, Mental Health Act, Human Rights Act, Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Mar 04 - 05, 2021 | CPD 12 | GBP £400.00 | Bristol, England
Expert to Expert: Movement Disorders is organized by British Paediatric Neurology Association (BPNA) and will be held from Mar 04 - 05, 2021 at Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel, Bristol, England, United Kingdom. Target Audience: The course has been developed for: • Specialists involved in either diagnosing or managing these interesting disorders • Consultants in Neurodisability • Consultant Paediatric Neurologists • Senior trainees in paediatric neurology or neurodisability Accreditation: This Course has been approved for a maximum of 12 CPD Objectives: The Movement Disorders course aims to develop and deepen knowledge in diagnosis and management of child movement disorders. This is a practical 2-day course that has been developed by an expert group of Paediatric Neurologists from UK and Ireland. The course consists of lectures and interactive workshops, limited to 8 per group, allowing attendees to bring their own clinical experience to the group’s attention. It is delivered by a faculty of 7 Consultant Paediatric Neurologists. The emphasis is on: • How to assess these children in practical terms that can guide the clinician in a busy clinic • Diagnostic issues from simple home videos through to biochemical and genetic analysis • Classification of common movement disorders and identification of rarer ones • Practical difficulties with their management in terms of state of the art drug and therapeutic input, acute issues, as well as more practical issues around multi disciplinary and allied health professional support Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Neonatal Neurology Bristol is organized by British Paediatric Neurology Association (BPNA) and will be held from Mar 25 - 26, 2021 at Bristol Marriott Hotel City Centre, Bristol, England, United Kingdom. Who Is This Course For? This course has been developed for: • Consultant Neonatologists and neonatal grid trainees • Consultant Paediatric Neurologists and neurology grid trainees • Consultant Paediatricians who provide neonatology services in DGHs and paediatric trainees • Advanced neonatal nurse practitioners / nurse consultants Objectives: The aim of this course is to improve neonatal neurological education and therefore improve the diagnosis and management of neonates with neurological disorders. By the end of the NeoNATE course, participants will be able to: • Know how to perform a neonatal neurological examination • Recognise seizure from non-seizure movement • Consider the advantages and disadvantages of amplitude integrated EEG (cerebral function monitoring) and standard EEG • Know how to interpret basic amplitude integrated EEG traces and EEG reports • Demonstrate how to order a standard EEG effectively • Understand what encephalopathy is, how to assess and grade its severity • Look for clues for hypoxic and other causes of encephalopathy • Understand current thinking on neuroprotection in hypoxic ischaemic encephalopathy • Recognise common MRI features in encephalopathy • Know the causes of seizures that are not related to hypoxic ischaemic encephalopathy, including seizure syndromes seen in neonates • Understand current treatment options for neonatal seizures • Know the presentation of neonatal stroke and long term prognosis • Assess a floppy and stiff neonate and decide on the anatomical locality of the abnormality • Review the limitations of prognosis in the antenatal clinic • Understand currently thinking on the causes of preterm brain injury • Improve knowledge of long term prognosis of preterm brain injury • Feel more confident in providing prognostic information to families on the neonatal unit • Know when to ask for help from other specialities Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.