About this event

  • Date and time Thu 29 Sep 2022 from 8:30am to 30 Sep 2022 at 4:00pm
  • Location Royal Society of Medicine
  • Organised by General Practice with Primary Healthcare

Join us in the annual General practice and primary care update to participate in two days of compelling lectures on clinical medicine and interactive discussions of educational value to frontline general practitioners. The main focus is on assisting decision-making in clinical practice. Scroll down to see the complete agenda.

Use promo code 20GPQ01 to get 20% off for both days when booking to attend in person. 

There are also presentations from CAIPE and poster presentations by undergraduate students, and for the John Fry Prize - scroll down for more information about the prizes - and join us for the Primary care update dinner at the end of Day 1 to have the opportunity to socialise with colleagues and network.

Participants will be able:

  • To increase knowledge of common clinical dilemmas that will assist in decision-making.  
  • To increase reflective practice and self-analysis, for example, the talk on diagnostic difficulties in Primary Care.  
  • To consider the wider implications of current health policy, for example, does the 2-week wait policy for suspected cancer impact adversely on elective care? 
  • To maximise the potential for interprofessional working.

Speakers will be encouraged to interact with the audience during talks or reserve at least 10 minutes per lecture for audience questions and answers.

This event is available to attend in person or virtually. Please select your preference below. A recording will be available for all registered delegates for up to 60 days after the event. The link will be sent 24 hours after the meeting. 

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For more information about the prizes presented in this meeting:

We would like to thank our sponsors Chiesi and Gedeon Richter UK for their support of this meeting.
Please note that the scientific programme and content has not been influenced in any way by the sponsors.

Please be aware that under the ABPI guidelines medical students and retired HCPs cannot discuss prescription-only medicines with the drug companies in attendance. Thank you for your cooperation.

Show Virtual / In Person rates

Tickets (In Person)

Standard pricing available until 28 September 2022.

Attend in person and get 20% Off when booking for 2 days

Use promo code 20GPQ01 to get 20% off for both days when booking to attend in person. Not valid for the live stream

Early bird pricing only applies for the in-person option. Pricing for the virtual version will remain the same.

Member

RSM Fellow
Day 1 Day 2
£96.00 Day 1
£96.00 Day 2
RSM Associate
Day 1 Day 2
£57.00 Day 1
£57.00 Day 2
RSM Retired Fellow
Day 1 Day 2
£57.00 Day 1
£57.00 Day 2
RSM Trainee
Day 1 Day 2
£57.00 Day 1
£57.00 Day 2
RSM Student
Day 1 Day 2
£30.00 Day 1
£30.00 Day 2

Non - Member

Consultant / GP / SAS Doctors
Day 1 Day 2
£176.00 Day 1
£176.00 Day 2
AHP / Nurse / Midwife
Day 1 Day 2
£105.00 Day 1
£105.00 Day 2
Trainee
Day 1 Day 2
£105.00 Day 1
£105.00 Day 2

Tickets (Virtual)

Standard pricing available until 28 September 2022.

Attend in person and get 20% Off when booking for 2 days

Use promo code 20GPQ01 to get 20% off for both days when booking to attend in person. Not valid for the live stream

Early bird pricing only applies for the in-person option. Pricing for the virtual version will remain the same.

Member

RSM Fellow
Day 1 Day 2
£72.00 Day 1
£72.00 Day 2
RSM Associate
Day 1 Day 2
£43.00 Day 1
£43.00 Day 2
RSM Retired Fellow
Day 1 Day 2
£43.00 Day 1
£43.00 Day 2
RSM Trainee
Day 1 Day 2
£43.00 Day 1
£43.00 Day 2
RSM Student
Day 1 Day 2
£23.00 Day 1
£23.00 Day 2

Non - Member

Consultant / GP / SAS Doctors
Day 1 Day 2
£132.00 Day 1
£132.00 Day 2
AHP / Nurse / Midwife
Day 1 Day 2
£79.00 Day 1
£79.00 Day 2
Trainee
Day 1 Day 2
£79.00 Day 1
£79.00 Day 2
Student
Day 1 Day 2
£41.00 Day 1
£41.00 Day 2

Agenda

View the programme - Day 1 (In person) 29 September 2022

Registration, tea and coffee
Welcome and introduction

Mrs Jeshni Amblum-Almer, President, General Practice with Primary Care Section, Royal Society of Medicine and Dr Edin Lakasing, General Practitioner, Chorleywood and Hertfordshire and Head Organiser, GP Update 

Morning session

Chair: Dr Edin Lakasing, General Practitioner, Chorleywood and Hertfordshire and Head Organiser, GP Update 

Diagnostic problems in primary care

Professor Roger Jones, Retired Professor of General Practice, King’s College London

Impact of the 2-week wait cancer referral scheme

Dr Philip Sawyer, General Practitioner, Parkbury House Surgery

Tea and coffee break
Psychological considerations in elective plastic surgery

Mr Baljit Dheansa, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Queen Victoria Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 

Innovative treatments for hip and knee conditions

Mr Vikas Vedi, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Trust

Lunch and poster presentation

Afternoon session

Albert Wander Lecture: Reflections on humanitarian medicine

Professor Tony Redmond, Professor Emeritus of Global Emergency Medicine, Manchester University and Author, Frontline Doctor

The top 10 British Journal of General Practice (BJGP) research papers of 2021-22 and what they mean for practice

Dr Euan Lawson, Editor, British Journal of General Practice

Tea and coffee break
Inside GP ethics: An interactive panel session

Mr John Spicer and Dr Andrew Papanikitas

Presentation of the Section Poster Prizes

Chair: RBW (Bob) Hutchinson, President Elect, BSc, FCOptom, FSMC, Liveryman Worshipful Co of Spectacle Makers

All entrants will be presented with certificates, and the Winner of the Trainee Prize and the Student prize will be announced.

Both winners will be invited to present their findings in a 3-minute oral presentation.

Introduction by chair of Centre for Advanced Intra-Professional Education (CAIPE)

Professor Elizabeth S Anderson, Lead for Patient Safety and Interprofessional Education, National Teaching Fellow and Joint Chair, CAIPE

Winner presentations of the John Horder Prize and the John Horder Student Prizes
Close of meeting
Council annual general meeting

Naim Dangoor Auditorium

Dinner

Truth, politics and medical publishing – an editor’s notes, Dr Euan Lawson, Editor of BJGP

View the programme - Day 2 (In person) 30 September 2022

Registration, tea and coffee

Morning session

Chairs: Dr Rakesh Chopra, General Practitioner with Special Interest in Ear, Nose and Throat, St Helens and Dr Edin Lakasing, General Practitioner, Chorleywood and Hertfordshire and Head Organiser, GP Update

Dizziness in general practice

Dr Rakesh Chopra

Patient narrative
Tea and coffee break
Cancer and The Heart - the rising challenge of cardiotoxicity

Dr Tharshini Ramalingam, General practitioner, Royal Brompton Hospital

The mutation and evolution of respiratory infectious diseases and bridging the unmet medical needs

Dr Shanti Pather, Senior Global Medical Affairs Director, mRNA Vaccines

Lunch

Afternoon session: Addressing challenges in primary care using artificial intelligence

Applying theory into practice: Applying solutions to the challenges in primary care

Dr Jay Verma

Opportunities and challenges in primary care led analytics projects

Ms Kate Cheema, Director of Health Insights, British Heart Foundation and Ms Ellen Coughlan, Programme Manager, The Health Foundation

John Fry Awards

Dr Joseph Spitzer, Membership Officer, General Practice with Primary Healthcare Section and Dr Ian Charles Brooman, Vice President, General Practice with Primary Healthcare Section

Panel discussion: The challenges involved in marrying up clinical and technical knowledge
Close of meeting
View the programme - Day 1 (Virtual) 29 September 2022

Welcome and introduction

Mrs Jeshni Amblum-Almer, President, General Practice with Primary Care Section, Royal Society of Medicine and Dr Edin Lakasing, General Practitioner, Chorleywood and Hertfordshire and Head Organiser, GP Update 

Morning session

Chair: Dr Edin Lakasing, General Practitioner, Chorleywood and Hertfordshire and Head Organiser, GP Update 

Diagnostic problems in primary care

Professor Roger Jones, Emeritus Professor of General Practice, King’s College London

Impact of the 2-week wait cancer referral scheme

Dr Philip Sawyer, General Practitioner, Parkbury House Surgery

Comfort break
Psychological considerations in elective plastic surgery

Mr Baljit Dheansa, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Queen Victoria Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 

Innovative treatments for hip and knee conditions

Mr Vikas Vedi, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Trust

Lunch and poster presentation

Afternoon session

Albert Wander Lecture: Reflections on humanitarian medicine

Professor Tony Redmond, Professor Emeritus of Global Emergency Medicine, Manchester University and Author, Frontline Doctor

The top 10 British Journal of General Practice (BJGP) research papers of 2021-22 and what they mean for practice

Dr Euan Lawson, Editor, British Journal of General Practice

Comfort break
Inside GP ethics: An interactive panel session

Mr John Spicer and Dr Andrew Papanikitas

Presentation of the Section Poster Prizes

Chair: RBW (Bob) Hutchinson, President-Elect, BSc, FCOptom, FSMC, Liveryman Worshipful Co of Spectacle Makers

All entrants will be presented with certificates, and the Winner of the Trainee Prize and the Student prize will be announced.

Both winners will be invited to present their findings in a 3-minute oral presentation.

Introduction by chair of Centre for Advanced Intra-Professional Education (CAIPE)

Professor Elizabeth S Anderson, Lead for Patient Safety and Interprofessional Education, National Teaching Fellow and Joint Chair, CAIPE

Winner presentations of the John Horder Prize and the John Horder Student Prizes
Close of meeting
Council annual general meeting

Naim Dangoor Auditorium

View the programme - Day 2 (Virtual) 30 September 2022

Morning session

Chairs: Dr Rakesh Chopra, General Practitioner with Special Interest in Ear, Nose and Throat, St Helens and Dr Edin Lakasing, General Practitioner, Chorleywood and Hertfordshire and Head Organiser, GP Update

Dizziness in general practice

Dr Rakesh Chopra

Patient narrative
Comfort break
Cancer and The Heart - the rising challenge of cardiotoxicity

Dr Tharshini Ramalingam, General practitioner, Royal Brompton Hospital

The mutation and evolution of respiratory infectious diseases and bridging the unmet medical needs

Dr Shanti Pather, Senior Global Medical Affairs Director, mRNA Vaccines

Lunch

Afternoon session: Addressing challenges in primary care using artificial intelligence

Applying theory into practice: Applying solutions to the challenges in primary care

Dr Jay Verma

Opportunities and challenges in primary care led analytics projects

Ms Kate Cheema, Director of Health Insights, British Heart Foundation and Ms Ellen Coughlan, Programme Manager, The Health Foundation

John Fry Awards

Dr Joseph Spitzer, Membership Officer, General Practice with Primary Healthcare Section and Dr Ian Charles Brooman, Vice President, General Practice with Primary Healthcare Section

Panel discussion: The challenges involved in marrying up clinical and technical knowledge
Close of meeting

Sponsors

Location

Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole St, Marylebone, London, W1G 0AE, United Kingdom

Disclaimers:

Registration for this event will close on 28 September 2022 at 1:00am (BST). Late registrations will not be accepted. 

The agenda is subject to change at any time  

All views expressed at this event are of the speakers themselves and not of the Royal Society of Medicine, nor the speaker's organisations. 

We are only able to share presentations that we have received permission to share. This is at the presenter and the RSM’s discretion. 

This event will be recorded and stored by the Royal Society of Medicine and may be distributed in future on various internet channels. 

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