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Healthcare & Medical CPD Events in November 2018

  •  Omniamed Communications Limited

    OmniaMed GP Update – Autumn 2018 series

    The OmniaMed GP Update is a free-to-attend live educational meeting series for those working in General Practice

  • King's College London

    Early Life Nutrition Masterclass - from Pregnancy to Early Childhood

    There is increasing evidence that nutrition during pregnancy and early childhood can have positive effects on health of both mother and child. The first 1000 days- that is from conception to the child’s 2nd birthday offers a unique opportunity to build long term health including the establishment of healthy dietary habits during this critical period. This comprehensive course is designed for health care professionals and those working in the area of early nutrition. Upon completion of the course: participants will be awarded a King’s College London Certificate of Attendance.

  • Synectics

    13th Capsule Endoscopy Study Day

    The key objectives of this course are to support users to develop their existing practice and to understand the clinical applications of capsule endoscopy using the MiroCam system. “Hands-on Practice” in pathology recognition and reporting will be available to get the most out of the MiroView software platform. The course will also offer discussions for practice in patient preparation and post procedure care.

  • Medical Protection Society

    The Mental Capacity Act in General Practice

    This workshop is designed to give a detailed introduction to the Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty and to provide you with an opportunity to address challenges relating to MCA and discuss case scenarios.

  • Medical Protection Society

    The Mental Capacity Act in General Practice

    This workshop is designed to give a detailed introduction to the Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty and to provide you with an opportunity to address challenges relating to MCA and discuss case scenarios.

  • Novartis Pharma UK

    Patient Case Forum in ER positive HER2 negative advanced breast cancer

    This event provides an overview of the management of patients with ER positive HER2 negative advanced breast cancer in 2019. It features two patient cases; presentations and discussion.

  • 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

    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.

  •  Omniamed Communications Limited

    OmniaMed GP Update – Autumn 2018 series

    The OmniaMed GP Update is a free-to-attend live educational meeting series for those working in General Practice

  • 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.

  • RCNi

    Jobs Fair Leicester

    Jobs Fair Leicester will bring together leading employers including NHS trusts; hospitals; private healthcare organisations; care homes; armed forces and many more from across the South East and the UK to provide career development and job opportunities within the nursing sector.Visitors will also have the chance to attend our free seminars and workshops where you will gain insight into revalidation; preceptorship; emotional resilience; CV writing & identifying your strengths to improve your interview skills.

  • 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.

  • Investor Publishing

    UK Dementia Congress 2018

    The largest Specific Dementia Related Conference offers latest ideas and innovations as well as providing a unique forum for professionals; experts and people living with dementia to network; learn and share within an exciting and positive environment. We offer a stimulating mix of plenary sessions; parallel sessions workshops; symposia and posters; early bird and special interest sessions; an open debate and superb networking opportunities

  • 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.

  • Child Bereavement UK

    When a child dies – supporting parents and families

    Explore the impact of the death of a child on a family and build your confidence and skills when communicating with and supporting grieving families.

  • 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.

  • Exemplar Health Care

    New insights into severe mental illness & physical health inequalities

    Exemplar’s psychiatrist; Dr. Pete Marshall; will be sharing his insight into the link between severe mental illness and physical health inequalities.

  • Phoenix Healthcare Distribution Limited

    Effective Time Management

    Time management is the ability to know how to plan your time and how to utilise it well and is therefore a very important skill to have within a busy GP Practice. This course is designed to help you improve your time management skills by using a variety of tools and techniques to achieve specific tasks; projects and goals. You will learn some of the elements of effective time management including self-awareness; creating a productive environment; setting priorities; reducing distractions; effective delegation; upward management; managing the stress of a busy workload and working towards a healthy work life balance.

  • Derby Private Health

    Faints; falls & funny turns: What’s new in the management of syncope

    A seminar investigating the management and new treatments for patients suffering with syncope; as well as analysing the symptoms and the condition on the whole to determine its severity.

  • AbbVie

    PARKINSON’S DISEASE: DUODOPA® (Carbidopa/Levodopa) PAN LONDON NURSES EXPERT EXCHANGE MEETING

    Educational study day looking into sharing best practice; psychology; patient groups; finding your PD Patients; pathways and real case studies.

  • 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 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.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Sexual Abuse & Mental Health - Reducing the impact of abuse on mental health

    Following the June 2018 government commitment to ensuring victims of sexual health will receive a lifetime of mental health care to cope with the trauma – this conference focuses on the important issue of sexual abuse and mental health; reducing the impact of abuse on mental health.

  • 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. The course is for those who would like a better understanding of mental health conditions in adults. No prior training in mental health is required and this masterclass will be helpful for those who – as part of their work / experience the impact of mental health difficulties on individuals / families and organisations

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Improving End of Life Care for People with Dementia

    This conference focuses on improving end of life care for people with Dementia. Dementia is now the leading cause of death in England and Wales. In England it is estimated that around 676;000 people have dementia. In the whole of the UK the number of people with dementia is estimated at 850000. It is therefore essential that we focus on improving end of life care for Dementia. The conference will demonstrate – through national updates and practical case studies how you can improve end of life care for people with dementia in your service. This event will update delegates on the new NICE National Clinical Guideline for Dementia and implications for end of life care.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Root Cause Analysis: 2 Day Intensive Training Course

    Facilitated by Kate Hill – Solicitor InPractice this interactive and practical course will provide a structured approach to incident investigation from an initial understanding of the legal and factual context through to information collection / analysis / the report and writing a final action plan. The first day will focus on information collection and 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. One of the most common complaints made about incident reports in the NHS is the lack of consistency. The aim of this course is to ensure a consistent approach to investigations that is supportive and solution orientated.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    The Global Gag Rule and Women's Reproductive Health: rhetoric versus reality

    Yana van der Meulen Rodgers; examines the effectiveness of the U.S. “global gag rule” which cuts off American aid to health care providers that provide or discuss abortion.

  •  Omniamed Communications Limited

    OmniaMed GP Update – Autumn 2018 series

    The OmniaMed GP Update is a free-to-attend live educational meeting series for those working in General Practice

  • Diabetes Professional Care Ltd

    DPC2018

    Diabetes Professional Care (DPC) is a 2day free-to-attend conference and exhibition for healthcare Professionals involved in the prevention; treatment and management of diabetes. In its fourth year; DPC2018 will be the biggest Diabetes conference in the UK delivering education and knowledge directly from our practical hands on workshops; and interactive feature areas specially designed and promising to deliver the very latest skills and techniques to treat their patients. With certified CPD content being delivered by over 100 of the world’s leading practitioners. Alongside our multi track conference DPC2018 will include Specialist clinics; a live debate; networking opportunities and an exhibition featuring the latest diabetes healthcare solutions and technologies

  • 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.

  • NIHR Clinical Research Network

    Shaping the future of Research in KSS - a focus on Neurological and Neurodegenerative disorders

    This is a collaborative event for neurologists; psychiatrists; AHPs; and research and development Management; organised by the NIHR Clinical Research Network KSS. The workshop sessions provide a unique intraregional learning opportunity. A balance of presentations from clinical academic researchers and Biotechnology Companies; together with interactive; working sessions will maximise the learning and workshop outcomes. Researchers and other experts will share knowledge and experience regarding new and potential new biotechnologies. Shaping the future of neurosciences research event is designed to stimulate; and challenge thinking. Additionally; it will afford time and space for creativity; thinking and collaborative discussions about the future opportunities and needs for local research activities.

  • Child Bereavement UK

    National conference: Diversity and Inclusion in Bereavement Support

    Recognising that we live and work in a multi-cultural and diverse society; this conference is aimed at promoting and raising awareness when providing bereavement support. This conference will hear from experts in their field; sharing current research; statistics and evidence-based practice; with the focus on providing bereavement support in a diverse and inclusive society.

  • RCNi

    Chronic Disease Management

    Taking place in 6 key locations during 2018; these events are aimed at providing primary health care nurses with invaluable knowledge and updates on the subject of chronic disease management.

  • 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 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.

  • Care Choices Ltd

    The Transition Event East

    A one-day conference and exhibition for professionals; parents and carers supporting young adults with additional needs through transition. It will explore the life options for young people with additional needs as they move into adulthood. Through identifying and sharing best practice; the conference gives delegates practical guidance allowing them to achieve the best possible transition for the young people they support.

  • Phoenix Healthcare Distribution Limited

    Managing and Working in a Safer Dispensing Practice

    This is an informative and interactive training session which looks to examine dispensary practices & behaviour and provide advice to improve the accuracy in the dispensing process. It will highlight how to best handle those near misses and significant events. The session will also cover the dispensing of Monitored Dosage Systems in Dispensing Practice.

  • 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 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.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Mental Health Support for Asylum Seekers and Refugees Providing Emotional First Aid for Refugees: Fifth Annual Conference

    We are pleased to announce the Fifth National Summit to focus on improving Mental Health Support for Asylum Seekers and Refugees including providing Emotional First Aid for Refugees.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Gram-Negative Bloodstream Infection

    This conference focuses on the effective management and reduction of Gram-negative bloodstream infection in line with the National Programme ambition to halve healthcare associated Gram-negative bloodstream infections by March 2021. The day will include an extended focus on reducing E.coli bloodstream infections.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Caldicott Guardian Training Course

    Facilitated by Christopher Fincken – Independent Member UK Caldicott Guardian Council (Chairman 2012-2017) this one day training course about Caldicott Guardian Principles has been developed to provide both practical and appropriate training for experienced Caldicott Guardians – their deputies and others involved in delivering the Caldicott Guardian Function in a wide range of Organisations. 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. The course is fully interactive; and participants in small groups will face a number of case study challenges throughout the day building personal knowledge understanding and confidence.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Nurse Clinics 2018

    Nurse Clinics 2018 will provide specialist nurses with a valuable opportunity to hear national updates and best practice for working at advanced practice – and setting up and running nurse led clinics and services in primary / secondary and community care across a number of specialties. With sessions designed for those who are looking to improve the effectiveness or expand existing nurse led clinics and services – or for beginners looking to set up their first clinic this event is essential for all nurses offering nurse led clinics and services.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Improving Mental Health Services for Young Adults

    This conference is focused on improving mental health services for young adults and smoothing the transition from child to adult mental health services in line with the recommendations from HSIB and the CQC review into child mental health and the recent government Green Paper.

  • The Economist

    War on Cancer 2018

    Now in its fourth year; War On Cancer Europe 2018; is part of a global series from The Economist Events to catalyse fresh debate around strengthening cancer control. The event will bring together clinicians; patients; service providers; industry representatives; employers and policymakers.

  • Beat

    Eating Disorders: Support for the Frontline Conference

    This conference will feature presentations focusing on providing practical skills and approaches for those who work with or are providing support anyone who has been affected by eating disorders to enable them to develop new skills and insights on caring for someone. Sessions will cover; carer empowerment; the importance of self-care and strategies for coping; co-dependency; common co-morbidities. This year the conference will feature breakout sessions on both days which will cover; supporting a child/adult; transitions between CYP and adult services and how to support someone with anorexia/bulimia/binge eating disorder.

  •  Omniamed Communications Limited

    OmniaMed GP Update – Autumn 2018 series

    The OmniaMed GP Update is a free-to-attend live educational meeting series for those working in General Practice

  • Learning Technologies

    The Occupational Therapy Show

    The Occupational Therapy show is an event dedicated to Occupational Therapists providing 80+ hours of education as well as playing host to 270+ relevant trade suppliers.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  •  Omniamed Communications Limited

    14th National Conference of the Primary Care Diabetes Society

    A 2 day conference organised by the PCDS; the only association solely committed to the needs of primary care diabetes; this conference will examine diabetes care from a UK wide perspective.

  • 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.

  • Phoenix Healthcare Distribution Limited

    Effective Time Management

    Time management is the ability to know how to plan your time and how to utilise it well and is therefore a very important skill to have within a busy GP Practice. This course is designed to help you improve your time management skills by using a variety of tools and techniques to achieve specific tasks; projects and goals. You will learn some of the elements of effective time management including self-awareness; creating a productive environment; setting priorities; reducing distractions; effective delegation; upward management; managing the stress of a busy workload and working towards a healthy work life balance.

  • 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

    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 National Standards for Infusion Therapy and delivering practice to meet the CQC Key Lines of Enquiry for Safe / Effective / Caring and Responsive IV infusion therapy. The conference will focus on improving quality and safety of both inpatient IV Therapy and delivering effective IV therapy at home (OPAT).

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Deteriorating Patient Summit

    The Deteriorating Patient Summit focuses on recognising and responding to the deteriorating patient through improving the reliability of patient observations and ensuring quality of care to reduce failure to rescue of acutely ill patients. The conference will include National Developments and Case Studies highlighting the effective implementation of NEWS2 – the New National Early Warning Score.

  • The British Association of Body Sculpting

    Autumn Meeting

    Educational meeting geared towards updating practitioners on the latest development in research into body contouring procedures; discussing risks auditing results and working out policies to decrease the complication rates.

  • Merimna Institute

    Inlays & Onlays Step by Step Approach From A to Z

    Dental inlays and onlays are a dental procedure that is used to restore a decayed or damaged tooth to its original condition and can actually strengthen it. They are a more conservative approach than a dental crown because they don’t involve the removal of healthy tooth structure. For this reason inlays and onlays are considered a minimally invasive cosmetic dentistry treatment and for many dentists and patients is a much better choice. A crown although not a bad procedure involves the removal of more healthy tooth structure than needed and can increase the risk of tooth fracture and the need for a root canal treatment.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Managing Doctors in Difficulty and Difficult Doctors

    This conference aimed at senior clinicians / clinical directors / medical directors and clinical leads – focuses on managing and supporting doctors in difficulty and difficult doctors. This conference aims to support you to identify concerns early / diagnose the issues and ensure effective intervention and support doctors who are experiencing difficulty or demonstrating difficult behaviors.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Developing the Role of the Physician Associate

    This timely one day conference focuses on developing the role of the Physician Associate in your service and how the demonstrated benefits of the role can support you and your service and improve patient care. The conference will also look at developing the role of the Physician Associate in practice and the development of the National Physician Associate Expansion Programme. Through national updates and practical case studies the conference will enable you to understand the role and the benefits and practical implications in practice for deployment in your service

  • IDSc Annual Conference

    Annual Conference of the Institute of Decontamination Sciences focusing on the safe reprocessing of Medical Devices

  •  Omniamed Communications Limited

    OmniaMed GP Update – Autumn 2018 series

    The OmniaMed GP Update is a free-to-attend live educational meeting series for those working in General Practice

  • RCNi

    Jobs Fair Bristol

    Jobs Fair Bristol will bring together leading employers including NHS trusts; hospitals; private healthcare organisations; care homes; armed forces and many more from across the South East and the UK to provide career development and job opportunities within the nursing sector. Visitors will also have the chance to attend our free seminars and workshops where you will gain insight into revalidation; preceptorship; emotional resilience; CV writing & identifying your strengths to improve your interview skills.

  • Gilead HIV | SHINE Clinical Research Forum 2018

    An expert-led research forum to enable active discussion of the design; implementation and publication process of HIV research studies.
  • Novartis Pharma UK

    East Midlands Breast Cancer Patient Case Forum

    Educational forum in which the advanced breast cancer (BC) clinical community can share their experience of treating hormone receptor positive; human epidermal growth factor receptor-2 negative patients through discussion of a series of relevant patient case studies. The meeting Chair and panel members comprise UK experts in advanced BC. The meeting will also provide an update of recent advances in BC from the European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) 2018 meeting.

  • MA Exhibitions

    Sleep Medicine 2018

    Sleep Medicine 2018; Multidisciplinary approaches for the management of sleep conditions is a two-day CPD certified course which will bring together leading experts in the fields of sleep medicine; psychiatry; neurology; dentistry; respiratory medicine and ear; nose and throat medicine to provide updates on the current thinking in the diagnosis and management of insomnia; snoring and sleep apnoea

  • Beat

    The Eating Disorders International Conference

    The Eating Disorders International Conference

  • 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

    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 London School of Economics and Political Science

    Being Disabled

    What is disability and how has it been understood through history and across different cultures? How is disability presented in the arts and in our changing idea of what it means to be human? Is the term ‘disability’ useful for the development of disability rights or does it fail to capture the diversity of disabled experience?

  • 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.

  • 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 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

    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.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Will You Feel Better after Hospital Treatment?

    We have little idea about whether hospital treatment makes patients better. In his inaugural lecture Andrew Street explains why this matters and what can be done about it.

  • 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

    Virtual Reality & Simulation in Healthcare Summit 2018

    Virtual Reality in healthcare has now been used to relieve pain – for physical therapy – to reduce fear – anxiety and phobia and for cognitive rehabilitation. When combined with simulation Virtual Reality is increasingly being used for training and education; immersing clinicians in a realistic simulation of a procedure and practising the steps and techniques is now being seen as an effective and relatively low cost way of improving skills and educating clinicians. This Virtual Reality and Simulation Summit focuses on the practical application of these techniques in everyday clinical practice – this is not a futuristic theory based event but includes practical case studies of how this technology is being used today to improve practice.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Reporting; Investigation & Learning from Near Miss Incidents

    A Near Miss Incident is an incident where an event or an omission does not develop further to cause actual harm – but did have the realistic potential to do so. Near-misses are free lessons and are as important in terms of the way lessons are learned as those events where actual harm has occurred. Reporting investigation and learning from near miss incidents can reduce the potential for the event to recur in the future. This conference will focus on what can be learnt from outstanding practice in near miss reporting and investigation and how you can Improve the way near misses are investigated in your service. It will look at national developments in patient safety investigation and how you can develop your skills in recognizing the barriers that prevented a near miss from leading to harm.

  • Novartis Pharma UK

    Regional Renal Cell Carcinoma Patient Case Forum

    This event provides an overview of the management of advanced RCC in 2019. It features three patient cases; presentations and discussion.

  • 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.

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