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GPonline.com - 20th May 2019
Latest news from the RCGP and RCGP Annual Conference 2019
Health secretary Matt Hancock joins prestigious speaker line-up for RCGP Annual Conference 2019 Health secretary Matt Hancock joins prestigious speaker line-up for RCGP Annual Conference 2019
The Health secretary Matt Hancock has confirmed that he will speak at the RCGP Annual Conference in 2019, joining College Chair professor Helen Stokes-Lampard on stage for the first plenary session of the three-day event.
13 May 2019
RCGP sets target for 1,000 GPs to enter parkrun events RCGP sets target for 1,000 GPs to enter parkrun events
GPs across the UK are being asked to take part in 5km parkrun events to mark the anniversary of the RCGP's 'parkrun practice' initiative that links practices with local running events.
3 May 2019
RCGP presidential election candidates revealed as voting opens RCGP presidential election candidates revealed as voting opens
Seven of the UK's top GPs have been nominated to replace Professor Mayur Lakhani as RCGP president later this year, with voting now open until Friday 31 May.
1 May 2019
RCGP calls for 'robust and joined-up' IT systems in new tech manifesto RCGP calls for 'robust and joined-up' IT systems in new tech manifesto
GPs must be equipped with 'robust and joined-up' IT systems before a technological revolution can take place in primary care, the RCGP has warned.
30 Apr 2019
 
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Abstracts deadline is 3rd June for RCGP Annual Conference 2019


Are you a College member with knowledge to share? There's still time to submit your poster abstracts for Liverpool 24-26 October 2019. Find out more and submit here.

 
CPD and GP training update
How to pass the CSA exam on your first attempt How to pass the CSA exam on your first attempt
Dr Patrice Baptiste offers some simple tips to help candidates pass the CSA on their first attempt - and has advice for those who may need to re-sit.
7 May 2019
The importance of taking and recording clinical observations The importance of taking and recording clinical observations
Taking and recording observations, even when the results are normal, can help to reassure patients or their relatives that nothing was missed should the patient's health deteriorate, explains MDU medico-legal adviser Dr Ellie Mein.
13 May 2019
Accreditation of GPs with extended roles (GPwERs) explained Accreditation of GPs with extended roles (GPwERs) explained
The RCGP has developed a national framework to accredit new and existing GPwERs (formerly GPs with a special interest). Dr Tim Cunliffe explains how the system works in dermatology - the first specialist group to go through the new accreditation process.
3 May 2019
 
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