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Imperial GP Education Sessions

Imperial offers a professional development programme for local GPs to help improve patient care and foster closer working relationships between the Trust and GPs. Sessions include free study afternoons with our medical specialists on a range of topics relevant to general practice.
See the Imperial Website for further information on future education sessions.

Imperial Pathology hosted the educaton afternoon on Thursday 21st April 2016

The agenda for the afternoon was as follows. Please click on the title of the presentation to view the slides presented on the day:

Session one: Dr Ann Sandison - White Patches of the Oral Cavity – Histological Diagnosis and Treatment

Session two: Ludwig Lupak - Glycated Haemoglobin in Diagnosis and Monitoring of Diabetes Mellitus

Session three: Dr Tricia Tan - Polyuria and Polydipsia Syndrome:is it Diabetes Insipidus?

Session four: Dr Simona Deplano - Diagnosis and management of vitamin B12 disorders



Imperial Pathology hosted the educaton afternoon on Thursday 29th October 2015

The agenda for the afternoon was as follows. Please click on the title of the presentation to view the slides presented on the day:

Session one – Professor Anthony Wierzbicki - ‘Current NICE Guidelines on Cardiovascular Risk’

Session two - Professor Anthony Wierzbicki - 'Familial Hypercholesterolaemia'

Session three – Dr Tricia Tan – 'The Pituitary Patient'

Session four – Ms Sophie Barnes - 'Faecal Occult blood Testing'

Session five  - Dr Channa Jayasena – 'Tricks to interpreting semen analysis results'

Imperial Pathology hosted the educaton afternoon on Wednesday 8th April 2015

The agenda for the afternoon was as follows. Please click on the title of the presentation to view the slides presented on the day:

Session one –Dr Francis Matthey - Haematology for GPs': covering Anaemia, Neutropenia, Paraproteins and Raised white cell’

Session two
 - Dr David Muir–Virology basics: Do’s and Don’ts

Session three
 – Dr David Holland–Primary Care Benchmarking Project, Summary Findings from Pilot Data 

Session four –Dr Julia Kenkre- Interpretation of Endocrinology blood tests

Session five
  - Dr Abdul Shlebak –The usefulness (or lack of it) of thrombophilia testing

Imperial Pathology hosted the educaton afternoon on Thursday 9th October 2014

The agenda for the afternoon was as follows. Please click on the title of the presentation to view the slides presented on the day:

Session one – Dr Abdul Shlebak – ‘Managing patients on warfarin:  reversal of bleeding and bridging’

Session two – Dr Tricia Tan – ‘Novel treatments in diabetes’

Session three – Dr David Muir – ‘Ebola virus disease in primary care’

Session four – Ms Sophie Barnes – ‘Vitamin D’

Session five – Dr Hugo Donaldson – ‘TB diagnosis update’

 

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