Submit your session ideas for the RCGP Annual Conference 2019

GPs can now submit ideas for sessions at the RCGP Annual Conference in Liverpool, with two new streams including 'AiT and First5 Focus' and 'The Future of General Practice'.

More than 1,600 GPs are expected to attend the event at the ACC Liverpool, 24-26 October, for more than 80 hours of sessions, including inspirational speakers, all the latest primary care research and practical CPD.

Submit your session proposal here by 7 January 2019

The concurrent learning sessions will be organised within eleven main streams covering all aspects of general practice, as detailed below:

AiT and First5 Focus *New

All the key issues and opportunities for trainees and early-career GPs

Campaigning for General Practice

Updates and debate on new and existing government policy and its impact

Clinical Learning

Practical knowledge updates on hot topics in everyday clinical care

Discovering General Practice

Inspiring tomorrow’s GPs through engagement with schools and universities

General Practice Communities

Supporting distinct communities of GPs with similar needs and interests

Health and Wellbeing

Lifestyle changes to enhance your personal and professional wellbeing

Healthcare Technology

Taking advantage of new technologies to develop innovative patient services

Medical Education

Developing the trainers and educators of GPs and primary care professionals

Future of General Practice *New

How GPs in the four nations are transforming patient care

Quality Improvement

Practical quality improvement strategies for everyday primary care

Research and Innovation

Latest findings and practical implementation of primary care research

The entry form will ask for details about your suggested content and format for the session, potential speakers and how you will make it interactive and engaging.

Find out more and submit your session ideas for RCGPAC

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