External Events and Training
This is where you can find details of events and training for general practice organised by providers other than the LMC. Please contact the event organiser(s) with any queries about the events on this page.
Primary Care Leadership Academy Programme 2020
January - July 2020, Leeds
This is a funded opportunity for aspiring and existing leaders to develop leadership skills whilst working in collaboration on a chosen project. The programme brings together three different health professionals from your practice including a Medic, Clinician and Manager (i.e. GP, Practice Nurse and Practice Manager), thus offering an innovative approach to enable multi-professional teams to learn and work together, delivering a positive impact for the individual, team, practice, and wider locality.
The programme is open to General Practice, Dental, Pharmacy and wider primary care teams who believe they will benefit from being part of the programme and who are ready to embrace organisational change. You will need to identify three multi-professional individuals from your practice organisation to attend (Medical, Clinical and Managerial – i.e. GP, Practice Nurse, Practice Manager or your equivalent).
Places are funded but this does not include costs relating to travel or backfill.
The programme takes place at venues in Leeds on the following dates:
- 15 January 2020
- 11 February 2020
- 11 March 2020
- 8 April 2020
- 6 May 2020
- 4 June 2020
- 15 July 2020 – evaluation event
Full details can be found in the information pack and applications need to be made via the expression of interest form at https://healtheducationyh.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/triumvirate-programme-eoi
New GP Surgery Developments - Capsticks
Wednesday 29th January 2020, 10:00-13:00 (09:30 registration)
Capsticks, Toronto Square, Toronto Street, Leeds LS1 2HJ
An interactive seminar on how to navigate the various obstacles - such as approvals processes - that can stop new GP surgery developments getting off the ground. The session will look at opportunities to improve GP premises that flow from the establishment of Primary Care Networks, and the steps that need to be taken now in order to put you at the forefront of the next generation of new GP surgery developments. The seminar will be of interest to GPs, practice managers, PCN leads and Clinical Commissioning Groups.
Medically unexplained symptoms in primary care – a practical guide (Hull York Medical School Event)
Wednesday 29th January 2020
HYMS Building, York University
This full day workshop will be led by Dr Stella Morris, consultant liaison psychiatrist alongside several other members of the team at the Department of psychological medicine at Hull Royal Infirmary. It aims provide GPs and GP registrars an opportunity to reflect on their experiences in dealing with patients who have MUS. It will include communication and management strategies which give clinicians the tools and confidence to help their patients (and themselves) deal with chronic symptoms for which there is no identifiable organic cause.
An Introduction to Mindfulness (Hull York Medical School Event)
Thursday 19th 2020 March, 10:00-16:30
Hollies Park, Weetwood (between Headingley and Adel), Leeds
In recent years, mindfulness practice has been increasingly employed to alleviate a variety of mental and physical conditions. There is an increasing evidence base for its benefits. This 1 day course, facilitated by a Clinical Psychologist, CBT Therapist and mindfulness teacher is specifically designed for primary care health professionals who wish to use mindfulness for their own personal benefit and to raise awareness of it as a potential support for patients.
Further details and bookings: https://store.york.ac.uk/product-catalogue/hull-york-medical-school/hyms-short-courses/introduction-to-mindfulness
The Nurse Update Course (Hull York Medical School Event)
Saturday 21st March 2020, 10:00-16:00
Allam Medical Building, University of Hull, Cottingham Road, Hull HU6 7RX
This course covers the latest updates from NICE, SIGN and the main journals as well as looking at those things that might challenge nurses in day to day practice but aren’t necessarily big enough to get their own guideline.
Attendees will receive 5 hours of CPD credits and a copy of the GP Nurses Update Handbook. Nurses from Hull, East Riding, North Lincolnshire, North East Lincolnshire, Vale of York and Scarborough & Ryedale CCG areas can attend for a reduced rate of £35.00 (usual fee £155.00) thanks to support from local CCGs.
Further details and bookings: https://store.york.ac.uk/product-catalogue/hull-york-medical-school/hyms-short-courses/nurse-update-red-whale-course
Palliative Care in General Practice - Principles and Practicalities (Hull York Medical School Event)
Thursday 26th March, 09:00-16:30 and Thursday 23rd April 2020, 09:00-16:30
St Catherine's Hospice, Scarborough
This comprehensive two day workshop is aimed at GPs, GP Registrars, ACPs, PAs and other senior clinicians working in primary care who are looking to increase their skills and confidence in managing palliative care patients. Now in its seventh year with consistently excellent feedback, each day complements the other although both are suitable as stand-alone study days. The course maps to the RCGP curriculum and will provide detailed information on the MDT and other support agencies available. It will include facilitated small group work and case studies with the opportunity to refine skills between the study days and bring cases for reflection.
The GP Update Course (Hull York Medical School Event)
Saturday 25th April 2020, 10:00-16:00
Allam Lecture Theatre, Derwent Building, University of Hull, Cottingham Road, Hull HU6 7RX
A one day update course by GPs for GPs, GP STs, Practice Nurses and Nurse Practitioners. The GP Update Course is designed to be very relevant to clinical practice and to help you meet the requirements for revalidation.
Clinicians from Hull, East Riding, North Lincolnshire, North East Lincolnshire, Vale of York and Scarborough & Ryedale CCG areas can attend for a reduced rate of £70.00 (usual fee £165.00) thanks to support from local CCGs.
Further details and bookings: