Our aim is to provide you with high-quality learning and an opportunity to network with friends and colleagues, old and new.
We appreciate that a half day practice closure is not always feasible. However, if you cannot attend a particular event at Trinity Park, your practice can take advantage of part of the afternoon closure to do some in-house training. We also use the afternoon closures to support 'mandatory' training for your staff and arrange events as per our published timetables.
Wednesday 13 February 2019: Rheumatology and One Clinical Community Workshop
14.00 - 15.00: Rheumatology lecture: Anita Weerakoon / Prescribing Leads: Pain
15.00 - 16.00: SystmOne Training
16.00 - 18.00: One Clinical Community Workshop - Mental Health
Wed 13 February 2019 - Rheumatology OR Pain (prescribing leads)
Thurs 14 March 2019 - Haematology and Living Life to the Full
Thurs 4 April 2019 - MSK (Upper limb)
Wednesday 22 May - Safeguarding
Thursday 20 June
Thurs 18 July (no event at Trinity Park)
Wed 11 September
Thurs 10 October
Wed 6 November
Wed 11 December
Thurs 6 February
Wed 4 March
It is important to ensure that you book your place early. View our events calendar for further information.
If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact us.
Please note that these events are NOT sponsored by the pharmaceutical industry: CCG Policy on relations with the pharmaceutical industry.
Coming in 2019 – a series of FREE educational evenings on mental health and emotional wellbeing designed for primary care practitioners in Ipswich and east Suffolk. Includes dinner, 6.45pm for 7.30pm – 9.30pm.
Topics will include children and young people, personality disorder, psychosis, depression and anxiety, learning disabilities, consultation skills, Dementia, Drugs & Alcohol Dependence and substance misuse and more.
Please look out for more information in the coming weeks.
Save the dates for your diary: Thurs 7 February, Wed 6 March , Tues 2 April, Tues 7 May, Wed 5 June, Tues 2 July, Thurs 19 September, Wed 16 October, Tues 12 November.
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