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Women’s Health | 13 September | London

The programme for the Pulse Learning Seminar: Women’s Health is currently in development. Working with nationally recognised experts women’s health and gynaecology and using feedback from hundreds of your colleagues who have attended past Pulse events, this event is sure to be an invaluable use of precious time away from practice. 

From the latest NICE guidance to contraindications to  differential diagnosis,  the programme will deliver key learning points and practical guidance to help you improve patient outcomes and ensure you are up to date with the latest evidence based  recommendations. 

We have an early bird ticket price available until 19th July, book your place now and save yourself £30!

Book your place here

What will I gain?

  • In depth workshops focussed on the challenges most critical to primary care and delivered by specialist GPs and consultants in their field.
  • Onsite and post-event quizzes to test your learning as well as audit suggestions to put towards your next appraisal.
  • 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

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