Free webinars from MIMS Learning Live

MIMS Learning Live Digital is back in the week commencing 19 April, bringing you a selection of evening webinars worth CPD hours for your appraisal.

Across the 2021 MIMS Learning Live Digital series our expert speakers will bring you updates reflecting the new world of general practice during the pandemic, with one session taking place each evening between 19-22 April and 7-11 June.

Everything you need to know about April

The first webinar series kicks off on Monday at 7:00pm, with a live webinar on hot topics in mental health. In this 1-hour session Dr Marian Davis, a GP in Herefordshire with a longstanding interest in adolescent health, will provide insights on how to best support young people during the pandemic.

Dr Peter Ilves, a former GP and now training director at 4 Mental Health, will provide advice into how you can maintain your own emotional resilience and wellbeing during 2021 and beyond.

From Tuesday 20 to Thursday 22, webinars will cover the following topics (all at 7.00pm):

  • How well will the NHS Pension Scheme provide for your future?
  • Evolving developments in the management of asthma
  • Allergic skin conditions managed in primary care

You can click here to browse the full programme and see our panel of expert speakers and chairs.

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Everything you need to know about June

Our second event of the 2021 digital series will take place 7-11 June with even more learning and CPD hours.

The series will open with a webinar on the topic of health inequalities in primary care.

COVID-19 has shone a spotlight on health inequalities in the UK. This session will provide practical suggestions for ways in which GPs and other healthcare professionals can tackle health inequalities within their local communities. Speaker Dr Carey Lunan is chair of the Scottish Deep End project and a GP partner in one of Scotland’s most socio-economically deprived communities.

The opening session will be followed by even more learning across the rest of the week, covering:

  • CMA
  • Respiratory care
  • Cardiology

More details about the June series will be announced shortly, but in the meantime you can register for free to secure a place.

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