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Healthcare & Medical CPD Events in July 2018

  • MA Exhibitions

    ARFID Masterclass 2018

    This masterclass; which is designed to provide a thorough understanding of the classification; diagnosis and management of people with ARFID; will be led by Dr Rachel Bryant-Waugh; Consultant Clinical Psychologist. The day is intended for professionals working with people with ARFID across the age range; to include children; adolescents and adults. The Masterclass will be part didactic and part interactive; with plenty of opportunity for questions and discussion. Illustrative examples will be used throughout.

  • MA Exhibitions

    Urology Study days 2018

    In association with the British Journal of Nursing and the British Association of Urological Nurses; this free 2 day conference is focused on education for Urology Nurses and Continence Nurses.

  • King's College London

    Women’s Mental Health Research

    This course aims to teach participants about research methods relevant to investigating risk factors and effectiveness of interventions for women’s mental health problems. The course will also provide practical guidance on safety and ethical issues in women’s mental health research. The course will be split into three key areas; covering an introduction to women’s mental health and research methodologies on day one; perinatal mental health on day two and violence to women and mental health on day three. Participants will have the option of attending one; two or three days depending on their interests.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    A Practical Guide to Effective Non Medical Prescribing in Respiratory Care

    This important national conference provides essential updates for current and aspiring nurse prescribers in respiratory care.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Cancer Survivorship Summit: Improving outcomes for people living with and beyond cancer

    This national annual summit takes a practical approach to improving practice and outcomes for those living with and beyond cancer – moving from surviving to thriving.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Advanced Nursing Practice & Credentialing

    This National Conference will focus on developing and demonstrating Advanced Nursing Practice – and meeting the criteria laid down by the Royal College of Nursing to gain the RCN ANP through the credentialing process

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    MASTERCLASS: Applying the Care Act – making legally literate decisions about personal budgets

    The aim of this one day masterclass is for participants to improve their ability to make decisions about what is a sufficient budget to meet needs – that represents good outcomes for the individual and value for money – by understanding how local authorities are sometimes applying the Care Act 2014 in ways that can be considered as unsatisfactory – and may be unlawful.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    A Practical Guide to Effective Nurse Prescribing in Respiratory Care

    This important national conference provides essential updates for current and aspiring nurse prescribers in respiratory care.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    A Practical Guide to Tackling Bullying in the NHS

    This National Conference focuses on the important issue of tackling bullying in the NHS

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Information Governance NHS Summit 2018: Ensuring Compliance with GDPR in Health and Social care

    The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force in May 2018 and replaces the Data Protection Directive (1995). Are you compliant?

  • Open Forum Events

    Children and Young People’s Mental Health: Providing Effective Support

    Leading producer of national conferences Open Forum Events are holding another Children and Young People’s Mental Health conference to analyse; discuss and learn about the latest issues. Failures to provide mental health services for children and young people as well as unclarity around the best treatment has led to increasing public discussion and awareness on this issue. This conference is needed to discuss recent developments and share best practice.

  • Bevan Commission

    Bevan Commission International Conference 2018

    The conference will be an opportunity to celebrate achievements across Wales as well as galvanise the combined responsibility of the NHS; industry; academia; the public and the third sector to contribute to the health and wellbeing of future generations. This will offer a unique opportunity for colleagues from all sectors to come together; share ideas; learn and network. We will reflect upon the NHS’ origins in Wales and its achievements to date and look to the future. The conference provides the ideal opportunity to showcase new thinking and innovation generated within Wales to the rest of the world. The Conference offers ‘A Call to Arms’ – challenging current thinking and practice to find sustainable solutions for health and care fit for the future.

  • Child Bereavement UK

    Communicating with families when children have a life-limiting condition and complex needs

    Gain a deeper understanding of families’ needs and the difficulties they may face from diagnosis onwards. This training supports Department of Health and Together for Short Lives guidelines.

  • Child Bereavement UK

    Communicating with families when children have a life-limiting condition and complex needs

    Gain a deeper understanding of families’ needs and the difficulties they may face from diagnosis onwards. This training supports Department of Health and Together for Short Lives guidelines.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Caldicott Guardian Training Course

    The day will provide sound foundations for those seeking to understand the Caldicott Guardian Role – and inspiration as to how it can be developed in their own organisations based on the latest National Guidance

  •  Omniamed Communications Limited

    SMART Update in Diabetes - Looking at the bigger picture: Diabetes management beyond HbA1c

    Organised by the Primary Care Diabetes Society; the SMART Update meetings represent the smartest way to stay up to date with all the clinical aspects of managing diabetes in primary care.

  • Salford Professional Development

    Sepsis Conference 2018: Improving patient outcomes

    At the second annual Sepsis Conference delegates will learn about the Sepsis Six Pathway and how medical professionals can help raise awareness about the early warning signs of sepsis. Join us on the day where speakers will share best practice from a clinical and organisational point of view in approaching sepsis and discuss how implementing these strategies can significantly improve patient’s outcomes.

  • MA Exhibitions

    Ostomy study day 2018

    Supported by the British Journal of Nursing and Gastrointestinal Nursing; this free conference will focus on innovative education for Stoma Care Nurses.

  • King's College London

    Economic Evaluation in Mental Health

    This course aims to provide students with an understanding of economic evaluation in mental health and its relevance to policy and practice. Students will be introduced to the following concepts with examples from a range of mental health disorders;Types and methods of economic evaluation; Identification; measurement and valuation of costs; Measurement and valuation of outcomes; Decision modelling for health economic evaluation

  • Disabled Living

    Kidz to Adultz Wales & West - Seminar Programme

    These events are free to attend; dedicated to children and young adults with disabilities and additional needs; their parents; carers and all the professionals who support them. The events comprise of an exhibition of the most up to date equipment; products and services; enabling visitors to update their knowledge and access information on alternative funding streams. It offers a full programme of free to attend seminar presentations covering CPD and hot topics and issues. Presentations are aimed at parents; carers and the professionals who support them. The programme is put together following on from consultation and feedback from visitors who attend the events (professionals working in the field of disability; parents carers etc. see list below); liaising with our healthcare professionals and their network of professionals. The presentations are delivered by the experts on the relevant topic.

  • MA Exhibitions

    Avoiding Post-Operative SSI: A Vascular Study Day

    This conference will offer participants: the opportunity to debate key issues that are affecting vascular surgeons; consultants and nurses in the real world of clinical practice; an understanding of key elements for preventing post-operative infection; an insight into new research and techniques that can reduce infection; and the knowledge; skills and tools to protect a wound from external contamination more effectively.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Falls Prevention Summit 2018: Setting up and running effective Falls Prevention Services

    This National Summit focuses on Falls Prevention and delivering effective falls prevention services

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Pressure Ulcers Leadership Summit

    We are pleased to announce the Pressure Ulcer Leadership Summit which has been developed as a result of feedback following the Stop the Pressure conference series

  • MA Exhibitions

    Maternity Infection Prevention Conference 2018

    This conference will offer participants: the opportunity to debate key issues that are affecting midwives in the real world of clinical practice; an understanding of key elements for preventing postpartum infection; an insight into new research and techniques that can reduce infection; and the knowledge; skills and tools to protect a wound from external contamination more effectively.

  • MA Exhibitions

    NNNG Annual Conference 2018

    The National Nurses Nutrition Group Annual Conference will be held at the St John’s Hotel in Solihull on 9th and 10th July 2018 and provides the perfect opportunity to meet other specialists in the field; hear from key opinion leaders; discuss the challenges and solutions in nutrition care and network with your colleagues.

  • Pancreatic Cancer UK

    Understanding pancreatic cancer; from diagnosis to treatment.

    This regional study day hosted by Pancreatic Cancer UK and the George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust will provide an excellent learning opportunity for everyone interested in building their knowledge and learning more about pancreatic cancer from symptoms diagnosis and treatment to living with and beyond pancreatic cancer.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Optimising Hospital Electronic Prescribing to Reduce Medication Errors

    This National Summit will focus on optimising Hospital Electronic Prescribing and Medicines Administration (HePMA) to ensure a reduction in Medication Errors

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Mental Health Awareness Training

    This course aims to raise awareness of mental health and to understand and recognise the causes symptoms and support options for a range of common mental health problems.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Emergency Day Surgery Summit

    Day surgery has become the standard of care for the majority of elective surgery. Until recently the drive to move from inpatient to day surgery management has been mainly directed at elective surgery however more recently a variety of trusts across the country have begun to implement day surgery pathways for a range of emergency surgical procedures. This new and exciting development is the focus for this one day meeting.

  • Convenzis Group

    Patient Flow: Health and Care Improvement for Urgent and Emergency Care

    Each year the NHS provides around 110 million urgent same-day patient contacts. Around 85 million of these are urgent GP appointments; and the rest are A&E or minor injuries-type visits. Some estimates suggest that between 1.5 and 3 million people who come to A&E each year could have their needs addressed in other parts of the urgent care system. They turn to A&E because it seems like the best or only option. The rising pressures on A&E services also stem from continued growth in levels of emergency admissions and from delayed transfers of care when patients are fit to leave hospital.

  • Child Bereavement UK

    Considering the impact on healthcare professionals when a child dies

    When your work brings you into contact with child death; it is impossible not to be affected; this workshop aims to provide an opportunity to reflect on the impact this work has on you.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Your Risk

    70% of clinical negligence claims are related to poor communication. This workshop provides a thorough grounding in the issues surrounding risk management. It introduces proven preventative skills and techniques you can implement immediately to reduce your exposure to litigation and complaints; and improve patient satisfaction.

  • Open Forum Events

    Ageing Population: Meeting Needs Through Innovation

    The Ageing Population: Meeting Needs Through Innovation conference where the challenges; opportunities and initiatives; which are associated with an older population; will be discussed and shared. The conference offers the opportunity for delegates to further understand the issues and how they can be addressed. An agenda of expert speakers will focus on the key areas affected and discuss how innovative approaches can not only provide solutions but can also provide both societal and economic opportunities.

  • King's College London

    Health Service; Health Systems and Implementation Research in Mental Health 2018

    This Summer School is for students and professionals who want to learn how to apply to innovative research methods to mental health service and public mental health systems. The Summer School includes lectures; practical sessions; interactive workshops and the possibility to experience the work of the SLaM Recovery College (South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust).This three day course is run in collaboration with the University of Verona.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Building Resilience and Avoiding Burnout

    In the face of increasing demands placed upon the modern clinician; measurable burnout is significant and increasing. This has a direct and indirect effect on medicolegal risk. This workshop is designed to inform and empower clinicians to manage this threat to themselves and patient safety.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Medically Unexplained Symptoms/Somatic Symptom Disorder National Summit 2018

    A Joint Conference Healthcare Conferences UK & The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust Researched and produced in partnership with The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust – this important and timely conference will support delegates to better understand and meet the needs of people with medically unexplained symptoms/somatic symptom disorder. The summit will provide a networking and learning forum for leaders and practitioners in the field of somatic symptom disorder. 

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    IV Therapy Summit: Improving quality and safety including effective IV Therapy at home (OPAT)

    This one day national summit focuses on advancing IV Therapy including ensuring adherence to the revised RCN Standards for Infusion Therapy and monitoring adherence to the NICE Guideline and Quality Standards for IV Therapy. The conference will focus on improving quality and safety of both inpatient IV Therapy and delivering effective IV therapy at home (OPAT).

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Adverse Outcomes

    Effective and ethical management of patient care following an adverse outcome can help to avoid a complaint or claim. This workshop explores the basic ethical and legal obligations on a doctor when discussing adverse outcomes with patients and their carers.

  • Salford Professional Development

    Urgent and Emergency Care Conference

    Join us for the Urgent and Emergency Care Conference where leading health experts will discuss the latest progress in the implementation of the Urgent and Emergency Care Review and how a more community based model of urgent care can effectively deliver high quality outcomes for patients using urgent and emergency care services.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Building Resilience and Avoiding Burnout

    In the face of increasing demands placed upon the modern clinician; measurable burnout is significant and increasing. This has a direct and indirect effect on medicolegal risk. This workshop is designed to inform and empower clinicians to manage this threat to themselves and patient safety.

  • The Health Foundation

    Accelerating Delivery and Performance at GSK

    Those attending the GlaxoSmithKline visit will gain insight into the organisation’s Accelerating Delivery Performance approach (ADP). ADP is based on Lean-Six Sigma; visual Project Management and is underpinned by organisational development principles. Q members will also see tangible examples of how this approach has delivered transformational improvement and engaged staff throughout this global organisation and beyond.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    The Caldicott Guardian 2018: Ethical Decision Making & The Duty of Candour

    Healthcare Conferences UK in association with Christopher Fincken - Independent Member UK Caldicott Guardian Council (Chairman 2012-2017) are pleased to announce this National Caldicott Guardian Conference which will focus on the Caldicott Guardian and Decision Making – with particular emphasis on Ethical Decision Making and the Duty of Candour

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Digital Imaging 2018: Radiology Information Systems and PACS

    This one day conference will examine how to work with digital imaging radiology information systems and PACS to deliver the national ambition of a paperless and filmless NHS improving imaging services and timeliness.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Shared Decision Making

    This workshop shows how the shared decision making model is an effective way to ensure that patients make appropriate and informed choices about the treatment options available to them. It explores the specific skills required by the doctor and provides techniques that can be used in practice.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Difficult Interactions with Patients

    This workshop looks at ways to deal with difficult interactions with patients that can cause stress and provides techniques to handle the situations effectively and manage your own internal response.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Your Risk

    70% of clinical negligence claims are related to poor communication. This workshop provides a thorough grounding in the issues surrounding risk management. It introduces proven preventative skills and techniques you can implement immediately to reduce your exposure to litigation and complaints; and improve patient satisfaction.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Sepsis Summit: Ensuring Adherence to the National Quality Standard

    This National Conference focuses on implementing the New National Quality Standard for Sepsis published in September 2017

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Implementing the NICE 2018 guidelines for Dementia

    This conference focuses on the key points of the NICE guideline Draft January 2018 for Dementia: assessment management and support for people living with dementia and their carers due to be published June 2018

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Dual Diagnosis: Improving the Management of severe mental illness and substance misuse

    The day will systematically address how providers can give better care for people with co-occurring mental health and alcohol/drug use conditions.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Complaints Handling in Mental Health Summit 2018

    This National Summit focuses on delivering a person-centred approach to complaints handling – investigation – resolution and learning in a mental health setting

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Adverse Outcomes

    Effective and ethical management of patient care following an adverse outcome can help to avoid a complaint or claim. This workshop explores the basic ethical and legal obligations on a doctor when discussing adverse outcomes with patients and their carers.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Shared Decision Making

    This workshop shows how the shared decision making model is an effective way to ensure that patients make appropriate and informed choices about the treatment options available to them. It explores the specific skills required by the doctor and provides techniques that can be used in practice.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Building Resilience and Avoiding Burnout

    In the face of increasing demands placed upon the modern clinician; measurable burnout is significant and increasing. This has a direct and indirect effect on medicolegal risk. This workshop is designed to inform and empower clinicians to manage this threat to themselves and patient safety.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    The Caldicott Guardian & The Police: Information sharing between the police and health services for prevention - early intervention and care purposes

    This conference focuses on Information sharing between the police and health services for prevention – early intervention and care purposes

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Patient Experience Insight Summit: Demonstrating Responsiveness to Feedback

    This conference will focus on measuring – understanding and acting on patient experience insight – and demonstrating responsiveness to that insight to improve care

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Effective Non-Medical Prescribing in End of Life Care

    This important national conference provides an essential update for current and aspiring non medical prescribers on prescribing at the end of life

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Effective Nurse Prescribing in End of Life Care

    This important national conference provides an essential update for current and aspiring nurse prescribers on prescribing at the end of life

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Managing and Supporting Clinicians/ Healthcare Professionals involved in a Patient Safety Incident - Complaint or Claim

    This conference focuses on supporting staff who have been involved in patient safety incidents – or are the subject of complaints or claims. Involvement in an incident – complaint or claim can have severe consequences on staff who may experience a range of reactions including stress depression shame and guilt

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Managing and Supporting Doctors involved in a Patient Safety Incident - Complaint or Claim

    This conference focuses on supporting doctors who have been involved in patient safety incidents or are the subject of complaints or claims. Involvement in an incident – complaint or claim can have severe consequences on staff who may experience a range of reactions including stress depression shame and guilt

  • Medical Protection Society

    Achieving Safer and Reliable Practice

    This training course provides attendees with the knowledge; insight and essential strategies to help them to engage in reliability science. It provides them with the personal motivation and tools essential to consistently deliver reliable and safer clinical care by identifying the most critical areas of risk.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Professional Interactions

    This workshop is designed to help identify the risk factors related to professional interactions. It provides proven techniques and models to reduce risk and improve patient outcomes.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Masterclass: The Use of Restrictive Interventions: The legal framework

    Healthcare professionals may not think that they use restrictive interventions but enhanced observations/ physical restraint/ mechanical restraint/ manual restraint/ rapid tranquilisation/ searches/ seclusion and long-term segregation are all considered to be restrictive interventions and should be used with appropriate policies and procedures in place

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Shared Decision Making

    This workshop shows how the shared decision making model is an effective way to ensure that patients make appropriate and informed choices about the treatment options available to them. It explores the specific skills required by the doctor and provides techniques that can be used in practice.

  •  Omniamed Communications Limited

    SMART Update in Diabetes - Looking at the bigger picture: Diabetes management beyond HbA1c

    Organised by the Primary Care Diabetes Society; the SMART Update meetings represent the smartest way to stay up to date with all the clinical aspects of managing diabetes in primary care.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Root Cause Analysis: 2 Day Intensive Training Course

    The first day will focus on information collection/ data organisation and analysis. The second day of this interactive training will provide guidance on how to support staff and interview techniques. There will then be a root cause analysis case study.

  •  Omniamed Communications Limited

    SMART Update in Diabetes - Looking at the bigger picture: Diabetes management beyond HbA1c

    Organised by the Primary Care Diabetes Society; the SMART Update meetings represent the smartest way to stay up to date with all the clinical aspects of managing diabetes in primary care.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Building Resilience and Avoiding Burnout

    In the face of increasing demands placed upon the modern clinician; measurable burnout is significant and increasing. This has a direct and indirect effect on medicolegal risk. This workshop is designed to inform and empower clinicians to manage this threat to themselves and patient safety.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Difficult Interactions with Patients

    This workshop looks at ways to deal with difficult interactions with patients that can cause stress and provides techniques to handle the situations effectively and manage your own internal response.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Building Resilience and Avoiding Burnout

    In the face of increasing demands placed upon the modern clinician; measurable burnout is significant and increasing. This has a direct and indirect effect on medicolegal risk. This workshop is designed to inform and empower clinicians to manage this threat to themselves and patient safety.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Medical Records for GPs

    This workshop will provide you with a thorough understanding of the importance of medical records and aims to enhance your skills in making and keeping quality medical records.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Caldicott Guardian Training Course

    The day will provide sound foundations for those seeking to understand the Caldicott Guardian Role and inspiration as to how it can be developed in their own organisations based on the latest National Guidance

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Adverse Outcomes

    Effective and ethical management of patient care following an adverse outcome can help to avoid a complaint or claim. This workshop explores the basic ethical and legal obligations on a doctor when discussing adverse outcomes with patients and their carers.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Medication Errors and Safer Prescribing in Primary Care

    This workshop is design to enhance the understanding of errors in the medication process; and provide clinicians with some practical tips and strategies to help prescribe more safely.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Difficult Interactions with Patients

    This workshop looks at ways to deal with difficult interactions with patients that can cause stress and provides techniques to handle the situations effectively and manage your own internal response.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Building Resilience and Avoiding Burnout

    In the face of increasing demands placed upon the modern clinician; measurable burnout is significant and increasing. This has a direct and indirect effect on medicolegal risk. This workshop is designed to inform and empower clinicians to manage this threat to themselves and patient safety.

  • King's College London

    An Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods

    This course aims to provide students with an understanding of the purpose and appropriate use of qualitative research methods. It is intended to be both practical and accessible and aims to equip students with the skills to undertake their own qualitative research. Course tutors will provide examples from their own work to illustrate the application of qualitative research in the mental health field.Different theoretical approaches to data collection and analysis will be explored; including the Grounded Theory approach and Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. Methods to be described will include individual interviews; focus group discussions; observation and content and thematic analysis.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Shared Decision Making

    This workshop shows how the shared decision making model is an effective way to ensure that patients make appropriate and informed choices about the treatment options available to them. It explores the specific skills required by the doctor and provides techniques that can be used in practice.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Root Cause Analysis to Investigate Incidents in Obstetrics

    This interactive and practical course facilitatedby a Healthcare Solicitor will provide a structured approach to incident investigation with a specific focus on Obstetrics. The course will feature obstetric specific case studies

  • UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health

    SMA Respiratory meeting

    This meeting will provide an important update on respiratory care in patients with severe spinal muscular atrophy (SMA type 1) for HCPs from across the U.K. We have invited delegates from across the country involved in the respiratory care of severe SMA patients; including consultants and physiotherapist; and representatives from UK SMA Charities and advocacy groups. The meeting will address respiratory management of patients with SMA type 1 and will include the latest on Nusinersen and the evolving therapeutic field of SMA; respiratory standards of care for SMA 1; including acute and palliative care as well as clinical networking.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Achieving Safer and Reliable Practice

    This training course provides attendees with the knowledge; insight and essential strategies to help them to engage in reliability science. It provides them with the personal motivation and tools essential to consistently deliver reliable and safer clinical care by identifying the most critical areas of risk.

  • King's College London

    Global Mental Health – Research and Action

    This course; offered by members of the Centre for Global Mental Health (CGMH); a collaboration between King’s Health Partners (including the Institute of Psychiatry; Psychology & Neuroscience; King’s College London) and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine; will provide an in depth understanding of the issues encompassed by the discipline of Global Mental Health including: the public health significance of mental health in a global context; the challenges involved in scaling up evidence-based interventions to close the ‘treatment gap’ and the application of epidemiological and health systems research methodologies in furtherance of the global mental health agenda.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Your Risk

    70% of clinical negligence claims are related to poor communication. This workshop provides a thorough grounding in the issues surrounding risk management. It introduces proven preventative skills and techniques you can implement immediately to reduce your exposure to litigation and complaints; and improve patient satisfaction.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Adverse Outcomes

    Effective and ethical management of patient care following an adverse outcome can help to avoid a complaint or claim. This workshop explores the basic ethical and legal obligations on a doctor when discussing adverse outcomes with patients and their carers.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Building Resilience and Avoiding Burnout

    In the face of increasing demands placed upon the modern clinician; measurable burnout is significant and increasing. This has a direct and indirect effect on medicolegal risk. This workshop is designed to inform and empower clinicians to manage this threat to themselves and patient safety.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Shared Decision Making

    This workshop shows how the shared decision making model is an effective way to ensure that patients make appropriate and informed choices about the treatment options available to them. It explores the specific skills required by the doctor and provides techniques that can be used in practice.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Building Resilience and Avoiding Burnout

    In the face of increasing demands placed upon the modern clinician; measurable burnout is significant and increasing. This has a direct and indirect effect on medicolegal risk. This workshop is designed to inform and empower clinicians to manage this threat to themselves and patient safety.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Difficult Interactions with Patients

    This workshop looks at ways to deal with difficult interactions with patients that can cause stress and provides techniques to handle the situations effectively and manage your own internal response.

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