Tuesday 19th November, 2019 FDA Recommended Leeds
**FDA Recommended GP Event** Register here for this newly launched CPD event. Quality learning, networking galore plus meet Team FDA! Please note that the event is only free for UK-registered GPs and GP trainees.
Saturday 5th October, 2019 Manchester
Topics include: Hip, hip hooray….. lower limb update, GI update: complicated inflammatory bowel disease, ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease plus sleep apnoea and sleep disorders. A free to attend CPD event for NHS GPs. Clinical CPD programme devised by our Chief Executive Moira Auchterlonie in…
Saturday 7th September, 2019 GP Hot Topic Events Rochdale
Saturday 29th June, 2019 GP Hot Topic Events Manchester
A free to attend CPD event for NHS GPs. Clinical programme devised by our Chief Executive Moira Auchterlonie in conjunction with our grassroots GP advisers, bringing you the best of GP Hot Topics to keep you up to date. We speak ‘GP’!
Saturday 22nd June, 2019 GP Hot Topic Events Liverpool
Now in its 12th successful year, this joint Family Doctor Association & RCGP Mersey Faculty study day is fast paced, topical and ideal for appraisal. Catch up on current GP hot topics and ask your questions. Networking and plenty of time for your questions as…
Tuesday 18th June, 2019 FDA Recommended Solihull
Pulse LIVE Birmingham is on the 18th June 2019 at the National Conference Centre. The Family Doctor Association is delighted to continue as the Event Partner for this series of grassroots GP updates. This conference is fully booked! – registration is now closed. We have…
Saturday 15th June, 2019 GP Hot Topic Events Rochdale
Focus on Mental Health & Transgender Matters. Quality learning on the GP topics that matter in day to day practice. Networking and plenty of time for your questions as standard. Programme developed by GPs for GPs – Dr Anita Sharma chairs this event. She is…
Saturday 30th March, 2019 GP Update Events Manchester
An event brought to you by Family Doctor Association focussing on clinical pains in the shoulder, back and bottom areas of the body.