Don't miss clinical updates at MIMS Learning Live this year

Join over 1,300 of your colleagues for our essential one-day conferences for primary care professionals. Each day gives you free clinical education on a variety of topics, presented by engaging experts and providing 6+ hours of CPD.

Choose from MIMS Learning Live North in Leeds on 21 May, MIMS Learning Live South in London on 28 June, or MIMS Learning Live Red Flags, to be held in Birmingham on 20 November.

MIMS Learning Live North

At MIMS Learning Live North, enjoy one of two clinical streams, each offering learning across a mix of key clinical areas and delivered by expert speakers.

Speakers at MIMS Learning Live North include Dr Matt Fay, speaking on early diagnosis and management of angina, Dr Ian Lake on the low-carb diet in type 1 diabetes, and Dr Shaarna Shanmugavadival on non-specific symptoms in childhood. In addition, don't miss Dr Alison Tavaré talking about spotting sepsis.

MIMS Learning Live South

MIMS Learning Live South is bigger than ever and is moving to Olympia in order to offer six clinical streams to 800 GPs. The six streams cover dermatology, diabetes/CVD, women's health, mixed, mental health and respiratory medicine.

Speakers include Dr George Moncrieff talking about eczema, Dr Julie Oliver on sexual problems and STIs, Dr Lucinda Donaldson on perinatal mental health, and Dr Mark Levy on lessons learned from asthma deaths. Don't miss Dr Gay Sutherland's talk on smoking cessation.

Red Flags

Our Red Flags event in Birmingham will help you to identify serious differential diagnoses and spell out exactly what to check for in patients presenting with everyday symptoms. We'll keep you posted with speaker news and other developments on the MIMS Learning Live website.

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