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News - &Baby Comes Too CPD event for GP Mums & Dads

Date: 31/01/2019

GPs with young families especially GP returners or on GPs parental leave may find it difficult to attend CPD events.  ‘&Baby Comes Too CPD’ was conceived as a way of supporting GP-parents with infant and toddler friendly CPD.  With a track record of serving thousands of grassroots GPs across three decades, the Family Doctor Association is committed to contributing to GP workforce retention in a practical way.

Book now for the first of our quarterly events!



Registration & Networking & Exhibition


Welcome Dr Aisha Malik

Mum, GP, Family Doctor Association National Council member


Session 1:Paediatric Update incl. Childhood Development, Failure to Thrive,  Assessment & Management Tip.  Consultant Paediatrician


Session 2: The truth about parenthood and medical careers.  Fellow medics share their own unique perspectives on balancing career development and family life. Speakers: Trustee Royal Medical Benevolent Fund


Networking time & Break & Exhibition



Session 3: Tax, maternity, paternity, tax credits - Ten Top Tips on Avoiding Common Pitfalls  Parent Friendly Accountant! Specialist Healthcare Accountants



Session 4: Childhood Asthma. Given the Greater Manchester challenges in childhood asthma, what can  be managed by GPs, what shouldn’t be?

Consultant Speaker tbc


Chairman’s Summing Up Dr Aisha Malik

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