MIMS Learning Essentials event, London 24 June 2016
MIMS Learning Essentials Event
December 12, 2016
After attending this event, GPs and other primary healthcare professionals will be better able to:
Recall what's new and what's relevant to them in NICE and other guidance on children's and women's health, cardiovascular and renal medicine, diabetes, cancer and end-of-life care
Know what to do differently in the light of the guidance
Recall treatment options, red flag symptoms and areas of uncertainty
Conduct audit relevant to the clinical areas covered
Signpost helpful resources to their patients
Dr Raj Thakkar
Medical writer and broadcaster, GP partner, clinical commissioning director for Chiltern CCG in planned care, cardiac lead for Thames Valley Strategic Clinical Network, atrial fibrillation champion for NHSIQ Thames Valley and Chair of the MIMS Learning Essentials editorial advisory board.
Dr Sally Higginbottom
GP educator and trainer, and a GP at James Wigg Practice in London, with a special interest in women's health and child protection.
Dr Terry McCormack
Medical researcher, family doctor in Whitby, medical adviser for the Whitby Lifeboat, honorary reader in Primary Care Medicine at Hull York Medical School and editor of the British Journal of Cardiology.
Dr Gill Jenkins
Health writer, part-time GP in Bristol, with a special interest in lifestyle health and LTC clinical lead for Bristol CCG.
Dr Catherine Millington-Sanders
Medical educator, the RCGP/Marie Curie National End of Life Care Champion, Kingston CCG's Macmillan GP and a GPSI in palliative medicine.
MIMS Learning Essentials syllabus
As a delegate to this event you will also receive full access for one year to the MIMS Learning Essentials Syllabus. The syllabus includes learning modules on all the topics included in this event, as well as many others.
View current Essentials Syllabus modules here