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Study Group 2

November 11, 2020
2:30 pm
Abnormal blood tests, respiratory, dermatology, urology, practice meeting
£58.80

  • RCGP accredited – 3 CPD points

  • Free from pharmaceutical sponsorship or exhibitors

  • Each study group session is limited to 30 attendees

  • Easy to follow case studies structured to mirror a typical clinic

Gpnotebook Study Group: Online small-group learning sessions

New for 2020, GPnotebook Study Groups are interactive, small-group online learning sessions designed to mirror our daily work in primary care. Each 3-hour Study Group uses multiple patient case studies to cover the latest clinical guidance, research and hot topics across a range of key therapeutic areas.


Study Group 2 covers abnormal blood tests, respiratory medicine, dermatology and urology (see the full agenda below). Study Group 1 covers endocrinology, cardiovascular medicine and mental health, while Study Group 3 covers Diabetes, Cardiovascular, renal, neurology and antibiotic prescribing (navigate to one of the Study Group event pages to see the full agenda). 


Depending on your preference and learning needs, you can choose to book a place on either of the three Study Groups or attend a single meeting only, or you can book to attend all of the Study Groups.


To ensure that each session remains sufficiently interactive and educationally rewarding, the number of available places at each Study Group will be strictly limited to 30 , so please book now to avoid disappointment.


GPnotebook Study Groups will be delivered via the Zoom online video meeting platform, and you can participate via your desktop computer (webcam required) or mobile device

Speaker

Dr Kevin Fernando
GP Partner, North Berwick
Education Director, GPnotebook Education

Where

Online

When

November 11, 2020

Start

2:30 pm

Finish

5:30 pm

Agenda

Management of abnormal blood tests

  • Interpretation & management of iron studies

  • Appropriate use of CRP & ESR in primary care

  • Unexplained high platelet counts & cancer in primary care

  • Interpretation & management of abnormal thyroid function tests including subclinical hypothyroidism

Respiratory

  • BTS/SIGN 2019 asthma guidance key take home messages

  • NICE NG115 2018 COPD guidance key take home messages

Dermatology

  • Psoriasis – diagnostic tips, prescribing pearls and pitfalls to avoid

Urology

  • Non-visible haematuria (aka microscopic haematuria)

  • Acute kidney injury

Practice Meeting

  • Sharing best practice, crib sheets, patient information leaflets and GPnotebook Book Club

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