Upcoming Dates for your Diary (18th and 19th September 2017)
1. We are glad to announce a “Teach the Teachers” course in collaboration with Prof Kay Mohanna of the University of Worcester.
Dr Mohanna is a partner in general practice in the UK and is a trainer, with expertise in supporting trainees in difficulty. She is Professor of Values Based Healthcare Education at Worcester University and is a collaborating partner at the Centre for Values-Based Practice in Health and Social Care at St Catherine’s College, University of Oxford.
Dr Mohanna is also the RCGP International Development Advisor for South Asia and runs International Teaching the Teachers courses for the RCGP in South Asia and the Middle East, having worked in Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Dubai and Kuwait. She was an RCGP Council member and a member of the National Quality Management of Training Standards Committee for the UK Royal College of General Practice until 2014.
Kay is also a committee member at the National Collaboration Centre for Women’s and Children’s Health for the UK National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) and a Director of the International Academy of Medical Leadership
MA (Medical Ethics)
MEd (Practitioner Research)
Teach the Teachers course is essential for APCHP members who are keen to support and work towards the establishment of Family Medicine in Pakistan. The course is highly recommended for those who are keen in becoming external examiners for MRCGP(int) qualification.
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2. Presented by Family Physicians from the United Kingdom in joint collaboration with Association of Primary Health Care Professionals for Pakistan and Khyber Medical College
An interesting lecture which will explore
Family Medicine as a speciality
The future and its implementation in Pakistani setting
Primary Care and its role in helping the ailing health system
How can we avoid a disaster?
The event is currently only open to Medical Students and Doctors
Please share and invite others to come for a unique and an enjoyable day
Event details: Click HERE
3. RCGP Annual Conference – The RCGP Annual Primary Care Conference is the must attend event of the year for GPs and practice team colleagues, showcasing the latest clinical and policy developments across the UK and bringing together an impressive range of national and international speakers.
The 2016 Annual Conference will take place in Harrogate, 6 – 8 October 2016. The theme will be ‘Energising Primary Care’.
Earlybird registration will open in January 2016.
The call for abstracts will be made in early 2016. We anticipate the paper submission deadline to be in March 2016 and the poster submission deadline in July 2016. Further details will be made available in early 2016.
More info at http://www.rcgp.org.uk/annualconference