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Oct 04, 2019 | GBP £250 | Inverness, Scotland
Course of 5 (C5) is organized by Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH) and will be held on Oct 04, 2019 at Centre for Health Science, Inverness, Scotland, United Kingdom. Course Aims: • The C5 provides an opportunity to: • Practise and demonstrate practical skills required for the provision of contraception and testing of STIs • Develop increased awareness of the way that personal attitudes, gender, sexual preference and cultural differences impact on SRH consultations in a safe environment • Identify areas where further learning is required before proceeding to clinical assessments. Course Assessments: The C5 comprises 9 assessments. Trainees must demonstrate that they: • Have actively and appropriately participated in a workshop discussion on HIV testing and screening. • Are able to demonstrate how to perform common investigations for sexually transmitted infections on male and female models. • Are able to demonstrate how to teach the use of male condoms. • Are able to have an informed discussion on the assessment and management of women choosing barrier methods of contraception and the principles of fitting these methods. • Are able to demonstrate the insertion and removal techniques for a currently marketed implant on a model arm. • Are able to demonstrate that they can apply the principles of confidentiality, Fraser Guidelines, consent and safeguarding children in clinical scenarios. • Have actively and appropriately participated in a discussion on responding to someone presenting with a psycho sexual problem. • Have actively and appropriately participated in a discussion on responding to a woman presenting with an unwanted pregnancy. • Have actively and appropriately participated in a discussion of the management of men and women who request sterilisation.
Nov 06, 2019 | CPD 6.00 | Inverness, Scotland
The GP Update Course is organized by Red Whale - GP Update Limited and will be held on Nov 06, 2019 at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness, Scotland, United Kingdom. This CPD Conference has been approved for a maximum of 6 CPD Credits. Our Red Whale courses are designed for: • GPs, locum GPs, primary care trainers and appraisers preparing for appraisal and revalidation, or those wanting to keep up to date across the whole field of general practice. • GP ST1, 2 & 3, looking for the perfect launch pad into general practice and help with AKT and CSA revision. • GPs who want to be brought up to speed following maternity leave or a career break. • Pharmacists, and General Practice Nurses (especially those seeing patients with chronic diseases). • Anyone with a pile of unread medical journals they wish to file in the recycle bin! Course Description: This comprehensive, one-day, RCGP accredited course is designed to get you up to speed with the latest evidence and guidance relevant to Primary Care and provides you with 6 CPD credits to help you meet the requirements for appraisals and revalidation. The GP presenters summarise and discuss the results of the most important new evidence and guidance, concentrating on what it means to you and your patients in the consulting room tomorrow. Delivered in a lecture based format, with plenty of time for interaction, humour and video clips, to keep you focused and awake. On the day, registration starts at 9.00am and the course runs from 9.30 to 5.00pm. The course fee includes refreshments throughout the day and a buffet lunch. We will cover all the big chronic diseases including: • Cardiovascular disease • Diabetes • Renal disease As well as: • Respiratory medicine • Mental health We will also cover the latest developments relevant to primary care in: • Gastroenterology • Neurology • Musculoskeletal medicine • Cancer care • Sexual health • Common infections Plus, we will cover some themes during the day, focusing on the latest evidence in relation to particular groups including: • Child and adolescent health • Women's health • Men's health • Health in older people