Thursday 23 March 2017 - Radiology
Wednesday 26 April 2017 - Physical Activity in Clinical Care
Thursday 18 May - Safeguarding Update session
Wednesday 7 June - Frailty & One Clinical Community
Thursday 13 July - NO event at Trinity Park - collaboration opportunity
Thursday 7 September - Neurology: management of epilepsy in primary care
Wednesday 4 October - Spinal
Thursday 16 November - Cardiology & One Clinical Community
Wednesday 13 December - Sepsis in non-acute setting
Details of this year's events so far can be found below and material for all previous training events can be accessed through the archive links on the right of the page.
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Agenda - 13 Dec 2017
Sepsis in General Practice - Presentation
Dr Mark Garfield, Consultant in Intensive Care Medicine and Trust Sepsis Lead
Sepsis in Children: Why isn’t it easier? - Presentation
Dr Lauren Filby, Consultant Paediatrician and Lead for Acute and Ambulatory Paediatrics.
Development Workshop 'Speed dates'
One Clinical Community: Mental Health Focus
Woundcare Update for Practice nurses - Lisa Sutherland
Practice Nurse Forum - Chris Hooper and Louise Hardwick
Main clinical lecture: David Cumming, Amgad Ragheb and Gary Rogerson
Thursday 7 September 2017:
Clinical lecture: Neurology: management of epilepsy in primary care - Andrew Graham, Consultant Neurologist, Ipswich Hospital
More details HERE.
Non Headache Neurology PRG
Headache Neurology PRG
Neurology Out Patient Services
Discharge to Assess (D2A) and STARR (Short Term Assessment Rehab & Reablement) Centre
Supporting Practices with Information Sharing
Annual Members Meeting
Annual Review for Annual Members Meeting
2.00pm - 3.30pm Frailty Clinical Lecture and Workshop - Dr Jane Shoote, Consultant Geriatrician
4.00pm - 6.00pm One Clinical Community - specialty discussion workshops
Additional sessions this afternoon include:
DHG Time for Care Workshop 1.30pm
Care Homes Workshop 1.30pm
Practice Manager Forum 4pm
Coast & Country Primary Care 5pm
Any queries about these sessions, please contact Emily Rawlinson or Laura Krolik
Paediatric Safeguarding (L3) - Eleanor Howie, Kennedy's Law Firm
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Physical Activity in Clinical Care working for GPs
Dr Chris Rufford, Consultant & Senior Lecturer in Sports & Exercise Medicine, Physical Activity Champion with Public Health England and Suffolk GP
(main presentation not available online - please email email@example.com for a copy)
2.15pm Speed dates:
Update on the Primary Care Strategy and General Practice Forward View - Maddie Baker-Woods and Dr Mark Shenton (slides below)
Alcohol and Substance Abuse with Turning Point (assertive out reach and working with substance abuse in chaotic and none engaged clients) - Ruth Croft, Youth and Engagement Manager with Suffolk Recovery Network and Dr Ben Solway
New Speech & Language Therapy Pilot - addressing the speech and language therapy gaps for adults with dementia, non-adult acquired neurological conditions and mental health issues. Julie Dinley, SCH and Nicola Brunning CCG
GP education: Radiology: Best Usage of Diagnostic Imaging - Dr Steve Garber
Answers to questions posed on glisser.com
Nurse education: Diabetes - Dr Fowler, IHT
Recognise, Reform, Rethink: The General Practice Nursing Workforce Development Plan
Barbara McLean, Chief Nurse, IESCCG
3 x speed dates sessions:
Ear Nose and Throat in primary care
Speakers: ENT Consultants, Ipswich Hospital
Rhinology / Otology - Mahmoud Salam (link below - please note images have been removed for publication)
Head & Neck / Thyroid - Andreas Hilger - "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Head, Neck and Thyroid Cancer Pathway"
For a copy of the Head & Neck Cancer presentation, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Multi-Speciality Community Provider (MCP) and GP Health Service presentations are available below.
If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact us:
Email: Shelley Mitchell
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