Upcoming Medical Conferences in LutonSearch Criteria : United Kingdom Luton
MRCGP AKT Prep course is organized by Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) and will be held on Sep 20, 2019 at Putteridge Bury Conference Centre, Luton, England, United Kingdom. What the day includes This course teaches the key statistical skills needed to read papers and promises to give attendees the ability to understand and competently answer the statistics part of the AKT exam. The course incorporates: • practical exercises group work • sample statistical questions a take-home glossary of statistical terms. The course is suitable for GP trainees in ST1, ST2 and ST3 years, particularly those preparing for the AKT part of the MRCGP examination. The course will also be of interest to experienced GPs with an interest in developing or revising their analytical skills. Main Learning points • Understand how to answer the statistical questions set in the AKT exam • Feel more confident looking at data • Develop knowledge of statistical terms. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Oct 04, 2019 | Luton, England
North Thames - Good Clinical Practice Refresher is organized by National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) and will be held on Oct 04, 2019 at Luton and Dunstable University Hospital, Luton, England, United Kingdom. Course Description: Good Clinical Practice (GCP) sets the standard for all clinical research; ensuring the rights, safety and wellbeing of participants on clinical research trials and that research data is high quality and reliable. • GCP is a mandatory requirement, and is available for all those working in supporting clinical research. Good Clinical Practice (GCP) • What is GCP training? • Why do you need GCP training? • Does everyone need to complete the same GCP training? • How often do you need to complete GCP training? • What GCP training is available? • Our eligibility criteria • I know what course I am looking for • I am not sure which course I should do • I'd like to contact someone about GCP Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Oct 25, 2019 | Luton, England
Minor Surgery Update Including DOPS Assessment is organized by Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) and will be held on Oct 25, 2019 at Putteridge Bury Conference Centre, Luton, England, United Kingdom. Overview: Unlike the syllabus-based 2-day minor surgery course which covers issues in skin surgery in which there have been little or no new evidence this year we aim to encourage GPs who carry out minor surgery to network and support each other by sparking discussions on: • Pitfalls in diagnosis of dermal and subdermal lesions • Developments in medicolegal matters • Avoiding the unavoidable risks of scars and bleeding • Ironing out the errors in the elliptical excision • Keeping your nose clean with good notekeeping • Marking cutting and closure – how small changes affect outcome Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Nov 14 - 15, 2019 | Luton, England
Minor Skin Surgery Including DOPS Assessment is organized by Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) and will be held from Nov 14 - 15, 2019 at Putteridge Bury Conference Centre, Luton, England, United Kingdom. The course is suitable for GPs who are new to Minor Surgery. Overview: This regularly-updated minor surgery course programme has armed delegates from the Scottish Islands to the London borough of Tower Hamlets with the knowledge and skills to deliver a safe stress-free evidence-based skin surgery service in general practice. We cover the whole range of procedures from the additional services to the DES. A high tutor to delegate ratio and small group work allows an introduction or fine-tuning of technical skills supported by current published literature and guidance. A review of the current medicolegal landscape highlights the pitfalls to avoid with ease. Taught by tutors with a background in general practice and led by the education lead for the Association of Surgeons in Primary Care and an expert witness for the MPS MDU and GMC this course guides you to an enjoyable stress-free minor surgery practice. The many hands-on closely-supervised practical sessions will cover the whole syllabus: • Simple rules for confident lesion recognition • Avoid common risks by being prepared • Seek valid consent and avoid the stress of complaints • Impress patients with comfortable and effective local anaesthesia • Cryotherapy curettage and cautery with small group practical sessions • Logical steps in the excision biopsy of moles and blunt dissection of cysts • Ingrowing toenail surgery without tears • Skin closure to minimise suture marks • DOPS assessment to document how good you will be • Good notekeeping and audit