Ten extra sessions announced for the RCGP's Annual Conference in 2018

Ten new sessions have been added to the programme for this year's RCGP Annual Conference in Glasgow, covering topics from leadership and revalidation to graphic design.

Professor Kamila Hawthorne to lead a session on GP leadership
Professor Kamila Hawthorne to lead a session on GP leadership

On top of the 42 concurrent sessions already announced, plus six hours of short paper presentations and six ‘mandatory’ CPD sessions, the Late Sessions programme has now been revealed for Thursday and Friday afternoons.

The event runs from 4-6 October this year at the SEC in Glasgow, with more than 1,500 GPs and healthcare professionals expected to attend, and plenary speakers including Bad Science author Dr Ben Goldacre and Lord Victor Adebowale.

Early bird registration rates are due to end on 21 May. 

The new sessions are listed below and you can read the full descriptions in the programme section of the RCGP conference website:

International

General practice 2040: What can the world teach us?

GP exchange - get inspired, get involved!

Welcome to international primary care

CPD

Enabling GP leadership for and from general practice across the UK

Shedding some light on reflections in a deep dark pool

Strictly Come Diagnosing: Stretch your diagnostic capacities and learn new strategies Adolescents' health in vulnerable populations

Adolescents' health in vulnerable populations

Graphic design in general practice

GP training

Attracting the next generation: A longitudinal integrated clerkship to learn medicine through general practice

New curriculum topic: Long Term Conditions (including Cancer) - what does this mean for me and my practice?

View the full programme for the RCGP Annual Conference 2018 and book your place

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