"Practical problems for primary care teams" 
Evening CPD sessions (Zoom webinars)

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Our Zoom webinars take the form of short presentations and a facilitated Q&A. 

Forthcoming webinars

We are currently finalising plans for spring 2024 events, and will post on this webpage (and email colleagues via our usual mailing list) once dates, topics and speakers are confirmed.

If you would like to join our mailing list please email our CPD administrator michere.beaumont@glasgow.ac.uk.

Previous events
Recordings of these sessions are available to purchase and download at the cost of £20.00. Please contact Michere.beaumont@glasgow.ac.uk for all CPD session enquiries.

  • Updates in acute medicine for primary care
    David Wilkin, Consultant in Acute Medicine, Assistant Director of Medical Education, Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer, University Hospital Crosshouse, NHS Ayrshire and Arran
    (28 November 2023)
  • Top tips for common issues in medical paediatrics
    Dr Paul Higgins, Consultant Paediatrician, Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Glasgow
    (10 October 2023)
  • Incidental abnormal liver blood tests: what next? 
    Prof Ewan Forrest, Consultant Physician and Hepatologist, Glasgow Royal Infirmary/Honorary Professor, University of Glasgow
    (26 September 2023)
  • Management of menopause focussing on HRT prescription principles, hormonal preparations, testosterone and non-hormonal treatments
    Dr Clare Willocks, Consultant Gynaecologist 
    (13 June 2023)
  • Working with social workers: what do GPs need to know?
    Gary Kainth, Social Worker/Honorary Research Assistant, University of Glasgow
    Karen Brechin, Team Leader, Families For Children, Glasgow City HSCP
    (06 June 2023)
  • The essence of neurodevelopmental conditions in children and young people 
    Dr Jason Lang and Dr Fiona Turner, University of Glasgow 
    (02 February 2023)
  • Scotland's cancer strategy
    Dr Douglas Rigg, GP/Co-chair of Scottish Primary Care Cancer Group
    (08 November 2022)
  • Updates in nephrology 
    Michael Sullivan, Renal Specialist Trainer, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow
    13 September 2022)
  • Dementia, delirium and drugs
    Dr Susan Shenkin, Geriatrician in NHS Lothian and co-chair of ENRICH Scotland, Enabling Research in Care Homes
    (07 June 2022)
  • Heart failure update
    Prof Mark Petrie, Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences
    (11 May 2022) 
  • Primary care consultations for people with learning disabilities: what do I need to k now? 
    Prof Craig Melville, Professor of Intellectual Disabilities, University of Glasgow and colleagues
    (23 March 2022)
  • COVID-19 inequalities: The impact and response from primary care, Voluntary Health Scotland, and undergraduate medical education
    Dr Lynsay Crawford, GP and Senior Lecturer, University of Glasgow
    Dr Carey Lunan, GP and Chair of Scottish Deep End Project
    Claire Stevens, Chief Executive, Voluntary Health Scotland
    (26 January 2022)
  • Dermatology for general practice 
    Dr Kieran Dinwoodie, GP with specialist interest in dermatology, Calderside Medical Practice, Blantyre
    (23 November 2021)
  • Neurodevelopmental problems in children
    Dr Shiuli Russell, Consultant in Community Child Health
    Dr Helen Tindle, Consultant in Child and Adolescent Mental Health 
    (21 September 2021)
  • What's new in asthma?  
    Dr Luke Daines, GP/Senior Research Fellow, University of Edinburgh
    (14 September 2021)
  • Cardiovascular prescribing in the older adult – what's the evidence?
    Dr Terry Quinn, Clinical Senior Lecturer – Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences, University of Glasgow
    (25 May 2021)
  • Long-COVID: witnessing the emergence of a new condition
    Prof Carolyn Chew-Graham, Professor of General Practice Research, Keele University/GP, Manchester
    (21 April 2021)
  • Understanding suicide and self-harm 
    Prof Rory O'Connor, Chair in Health Psychology, University of Glasgow
    (24 November 2020)
  • Improving cancer care
    Dr Douglas Rigg, GP/Clinical Lead West of Scotland Primary Care Cancer Network
    (18 June 2020)
  • COVID-19 palliative care and anticipatory care planning 
    (04 June 2020)
    Dr Libby Ferguson, Medical Director, Marie Curie Scotland
    Dr Jude Marshall, GP/Clinical Lead for Anticipatory Care Planning

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