Registration includes:

  • Access to presentations and live Q&A across 4 days (22-25 June)
  • Speaker presentation slides*
  • Certificate for 5 CPD

*presentations from speakers who have given us permission to share their slide

Monday 22 June – 7:30 pm – LIVE Q&A – Chronic respiratory conditions and COVID-19

How is GP care for chronic respiratory conditions such as COPD and asthma changing as a result of COVID-19, and what constitutes best practice?

Live discussion between GP Dr Kevin Gruffydd-Jones and respiratory consultant Dr Philip Ind, with the opportunity to put your questions to the expert.

Tuesday 23 June – 7:30 pm – LIVE Q&A – Inhalers: essential knowledge for clinical practice

Sponsored by Chiesi

  • the evolution of inhalers
  • the difference in inhalers and the techniques required to use them
  • inhaler choice
  • current environmental challenges

Wednesday 24 June – 7:30 pm – LIVE Q&A –  Caring for infants with cow’s milk allergy

Sponsored by Nutricia

  • Guidance around the challenges of diagnosing and managing CMA
  • Guidelines and tools to support diagnosis and management
  • Clear guidance on when to appropriately use EHF and AAF Dr Toni Hazell

Thursday 25 June – 7:30 pm – LIVE Q&A – Top tips in managing eczema and PPE-induced skin disease during COVID-19

  • Top tips on managing eczema and preventing complications
  • Advice on management of irritant dermatitis in healthcare workers Dr Suchitra Chinthapalli, Consultant dermatologist at the Royal London Hospital

Friday 26 June 

LAUNCH – Series of 6 brand-new, on-demand webinars:

  • Improving HbA1c and reducing CV risk in people with type 2 diabetes – Dr Elizabeth Martin,GP with a specialist interest in diabetes, Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust
  • Healthier pregnancies – an opportunity? – Dr Anne Connolly, GPSI in gynaecology in Bradford, chair of the Primary Care Women’s Health Forum and vice-president (membership) for the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare
  • Getting through the day and preparing for tomorrow 2020 – Dr Peter Ilves, Associate Director and Master Trainer at 4 Mental health/Connecting with People Programmes
  • Cardiology – ED and the heart – Professor Mike Kirby, Visiting professor to the Faculty of Health & Human Sciences, University of Hertfordshire and the Prostate Centre
  • Recognising food allergy – Dr Helen Howells, GPwER in paediatric allergy, Southampton Hospital
  • Personalised cancer care in primary care – Dr Anthony Cunliffe, Macmillan GP Advisor and co-clinical chair for the South East London Cancer Alliance