A one-day clinical dermatology seminar for GPs to sharpen your skills and update your knowledge of adult and paediatric skin conditions
Gain 5.5 CPD credits by attending
Dermatological problems account for about 15% of GP consultations and are increasing in prevalence among adults and children.Pulse has brought together consultants and specialist GP speakers to guide you through the recent changes in the evidence, update you on the key guidelines and provide you with the latest practical advice on diagnosis, management and referral of a wide range of skin disorders.
New responsibilities in primary care mean that the pressure is on for GPs to reduce referrals and cut costs while maintaining the quality of patient experience. Your referrals will be under scrutiny from consortia in a bid to save time and meet tough efficiency targets. Dermatology is the most common reason for people to consult their doctor with a new health concern. By updating your knowledge of skin conditions and the latest treatments you can reduce unnecessary dermatology referrals.
Book your place online today – Book by 12 April 2011 and save 10%
Attend this update to hear more about:
- Hot topics and the latest research
- Hard to treat conditions including hyperhidrosis
- Balancing risks and benefits in paediatric eczema
- Managing psoriasis as a systemic disease
- Diagnosing and managing skin infections
- Making the right referral decisions
Each year in England and Wales about 13 million people see a GP for a skin problem. It is the most common reason for people to consult their doctor with a new health concern. Keeping your knowledge of dermatology up to date is essential to meet the needs of your patients in primary care and to feel confident about when to refer.
The NHS is changing and the Government has set challenging efficiency targets. The high prevalence of skin problems, together with the pressure to reduce referral rates and keep a lid on prescribing costs, means that the need for effective dermatology care will be more important than ever. You should leave this seminar confident that you have gained a solid clinical knowledge base and armed with practical tips you can put into practice as soon as you return to your surgery.
Who should attend:
- GP registrars
Date & location:
- Thursday 12 May 2011
- Central London
Sponsored by Reckitt Benckiser
Dermatology Update Booking Rates
Healthcare professional (including Practice Managers)
Early bird rate* = £175 + vat
Standard rate** = £195 + vat
Early bird rate* = £349 + vat
Standard rate** = £399 + vat
* First 100 delegates booking before 12 April 2011 will save 10%
** Delegates booking after 12 April 2011
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