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Why should you attend?

With a busy practice and every increasing admin and management demands on your time, we understand that taking time away from surgery to update your clinical skills and accrue CPD can be a difficult decision.

We are committed to ensuring that Pulse Learning Seminars will be a day well spent, building on your existing knowledge and getting engrossed in the issues affecting you and your patients.

  • Benefit from expert guidance on the most challenging issues for general practitioners in 2017
  • Hear from your peers in primary care and nationally recognised figures from research and secondary care at the forefront of the latest developments
  • Take away practical hints and tips on managing common complaints and complex presentations
  • Feel more confident in diagnosis and identifying when and where to refer
  • Receive a certificate of attendance for your portfolio
  • Connect with familiar and new colleagues from across the UK and share common stories from general practice
  • Enjoy refreshments and a cold buffet lunch included in the price of your ticket

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  • Dermatology 2016

    “I was impressed with how well the day was organised, as well as the speakers themselves and the varied content.”
    Tinashe Chitambara

  • Mental Health 2016

    “A useful and engaging day to update knowledge in mental health at a time where primary care is often the main providers of management of mental health problems”

    Sidra Malik

  • Diabetes 2016

    “Very informative and intense course delivered in a relaxed and friendly environment with a chance of networking with fellow colleagues.”

    Kashif Ahmed

  • Mental Health 2016

    “It is an opportunity to meet and network with other professionals in understanding innovative trends in managing mental health issues in the community.”

    Shine Mensah

  • Diabetes 2016

    “It was well organised and a great way for continuous professional development. Also enabling the delivering of quality and evidence based care.”

    Ramatu Jalloh

  • Mental Health 2016

    “Managed to touch on and cover a wide range of subjects in a useful way and to make it relevant to primary care. Speakers were up to date and knowledgeable about current and future changes in their areas.”

    Clair Moring