Camden CCG in collaboration with UCLH run a programme of GP education tailored to Camden GPs.
The seminars are designed to keep primary care teams updated with all our services and specialties, they are also a good opportunity for dialogue between our dedicated consultants, specialist nurses and primary care teams.
Seminars are free to attend, are open to all GPs (not just GPs in Camden) and count as 1.5 hours towards CPD points. A certificate will be given to each GP or health professional attending at the end of the seminar.
If you would like to suggest topics for future seminars please email GPeducation@uclh.nhs.uk Seminars are usually held at the UCH Education Centre, First Floor West, 250 Euston Road, London NW1 2PG.
Past seminars are archived here.
The Hospital of Tropical Diseases at UCLH are organising a series of GP educational events focused on infectious diseases, travel and migrant health.
The events are coordinated by a GP and tailored for the educational needs of GPs. Our goal is to improve your ability to manage infectious diseases, travel health and chronic disease affecting migrant populations within your primary care setting.
The events will provide excellent opportunities to create strong networks between primary and secondary care, as well as to update your knowledge. Events are open to ALL GPs and are FREE of charge. A certificate will be provided at the end of each seminar.
Please email email@example.com to book a place. Events will be held at the RCGP, 30 Euston Square, London NW1 2FB.
- 30th January 2014 - Dermatology
- 26th March 2014 - Cardiology
- 19th June 2014 - Microbiology and antibiotics
UCLH and the law firm Hempsons are holding a masterclas on the Mental Capacity Act at the UCH Education Centre, 250 Euston Road London NW1 2PG on Tuesday 26th November from 2.30pm.
2.30 pm Introduction by Clinical Director, UCLH
2.35 pm The Mental Capacity Act & Deprivation of Liberty safeguards
Nadya Wolferstan & John Holmes, Hempsons Solicitors
3.35 pm The Mental Capacity Act & The Mental Health Act – the interface
Dr Patrick Purcell, Psychiatrist
4.35 pm The role of the Local Authority
Steve Chamberlain, Senior Service Development Manager, Camden
4.45pm Questions & Answers Forum
The seminar is free but places are limited so please book by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 3447 7447.
The Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health which opened its doors in May is holding an evening event for GPs around the topic of Sports Medicine, Exercise and Health.
The Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health is a collaboration between leading health, academic and sports organisations – UCLH, UCL, the British Olympic Association, the English Institute of Sport and private hospital group HCA - which have come together to provide all patients with the level of care and expertise only previously available to elite sports men and women.
The seminar takes place at The Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health, 170 Tottenham Court Road, London W1T 7HA on the 27th November. Tours and refreshments will take place from 6pm and speakers will start from 6.45pm.
Key themes in the programme will include "understanding sports injuries", “managing knee injuries” and “making sense of hip and groin pain”.
Although the ISEH is a partnership facility, NHS patients continue to be treated under the care of UCLH. The referral process has not changed - GPs should refer to trauma and orthopaedics but make it clear on the referral that it is a sports injury referral .
To book a place on the Sports Medicine, Exercise and Health seminar, please email email@example.com