What are Pulse Learning Seminars?
Pulse Learning Seminars are put together by the team behind Pulse magazine, Pulse Learning and Pulse LIVE. These one-day events are designed specifically to give GPs a combination of in-depth clinical knowledge along with practical tips on structuring consultations, spotting symptoms, prescribing and referrals.
Why should you join us?
Whether you already specialise in a particular area or want to deepen your knowledge of the most problematic complaints seen in primary care, these events will give you comprehensive coverage of the most prevalent disorders, new methods of diagnosis and the latest treatments so that you can best manage these conditions in general practice allowing you to return to surgery with increased confidence and new skills to improve care for your patients.
22 May 2018 – London
We are pleased to announce that the Pulse Learning Seminar on CVD & Diabetes will return in 2018 with a new agenda featuring some of the most challenging presentations and differential diagnoses for GPs.
Taking place at the Congress Centre on 22 May this seminar is designed to boost your knowledge in two important clinical areas. This is your chance to attend in-depth workshops focused on the challenges most critical to primary care, delivered by specialist GPs and consultants in their field. You will also have the opportunity to network with like-minded peers and colleagues from across the UK.
In addition you will earn up to six CPD hours towards your portfolio, with a certificate of attendance and access to the presentations available after the seminar.
What will you gain?
- In depth workshops focussed on the challenges most critical to primary care and delivered by specialist GPs and consultants in their field
- Up to 6 hours towards your CPD requirements, a certificate of attendance and post-event access to presentations and resources to continue your learning beyond the day
- The chance to network with like-minded colleagues from across the UK, share common obstacles and discuss solutions