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About the event

Each year Pulse Learning Seminars bring you brand new agendas featuring some of the most challenging presentations and differential diagnoses for GPs, delivered by GPSIs and specialist consultants. Topics including eczema, nail disorders, hyperpigmentation, hair and scalp conditions, acne management, lesion recognition and dermoscopy – have all been presented at past seminars. 

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.
  • Up to six 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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  • Women’s Health 2018

    “Best women’s health meeting attended by me in the past 45 years. Excellent, keep it up”.

    Dr Rajakulendran


  • Women’s Health 2018

    “This was an excellent educational day on Women’s Health. Superb presentations – all relevant and highly useful. Thank you”.

    Dr Wade-West

     

     

     

     


  • Dermatology 2018

    “Well organised, very relevant information, well presented. One of the best courses I’ve been on.”

    Dr Camilla Arthur


  • Dermatology 2018

    “Very informative and well presented. Always a hallmark of Pulse’s seminars.”

     Dr Herman Lai


  • CVD & Diabetes 2018

    “An excellent learning experience-very well presented by experts in their specific fields”.

    Dr Raza Askari


  • CVD & Diabetes 2018

    “Good teaching style and learned a lot to help my practice. A good academic, relaxed day away from the hectic surgery!”

    Dr Shafiq Rahman


  • Dermatology 2018

    “This is the second time I have been to the pulse dermatology seminar, and I would do so again. The material is practical, relevant and interesting.”

    Dr Sue Rutherford