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“Excellent, informative course” “Very well organised, very relevant to GP practice. The absolute right pitch” “A whistle stop tour” “Important knowledge gained” “Worth travelling from Yorkshire for!” “Very useful for trainees” “Highly recommended” “Money + time well spent”
Feedback from the Nov 2014 Child Health course
"Very useful / informative day" "Very good day overall" "Relevant + appropiately targeted at GP" "Excellent course, well structured towards GP needs"
Feedback from the March 2015 Rheumatology course
"Interesting topics and well organized" "Met my expectations. Useful update on information - treatments and improved my ability to recognise patterns." "Good variety of topics with up-to-date evidence presented.""Well-chosen topics, well delivered!"
Feedback from the June 2015 Neurology course
"Very much enjoyed the course, thank you! Perfect day – thank you! Brilliant, expert presentations! Enjoyable & interesting. Lovely venue, great location"
Feedback from the Oct 2015 Child Health course
Very good information, a lot of messages to take home, very useful for my training. No biscuits with tea and coffee! A worthwhile course; learn and clarified much; Good day, worth coming from Sussex, this is my 2nd year of attendance! Good size-personal, friendly, high standard. Thank you!
Feedback from March 2015 Dermatology & Rheumatology course
Following the successful Rheumatology, Neurology and Dermatology courses that we have been organising since 2013 and particularly the very successful Child Health course in November 2014, we are delighted to offer our seventh unique one-day educational course for busy GPs and trainees looking for a CPD opportunity to further their knowledge in Child Health.
This Child Health course consists of twelve focused 30-minute talks on topics of great relevance to primary care, including 10 minutes for Q&A per talk. Our speakers are leading experts in their fields, including consultant paeditricians and professors from UCL affiliated hospitals. With emphasis on up-to-date evidence and practical guidance, topics range from paediatric emergencies, allergies and developmental disorders to dermatology and child protection (for a full list, please check the agenda below).
Date: Friday 11th of November 2016
Time: 9:30 AM - 5 PM
Venue: 33 Queen Square, London WC1N 3BG
Delegates will receive a pack with slides and space for reflective practice as well as refreshments and lunch. Each delegate will also receive a certificate of attendance for CPD credit.
Alastair G Sutcliffe MB ChB, MD, PhD, FRCP, FRCPCH, PG Dip CT
Professor of General Paediatrics, Institute of Child Health, UCL
Hon Consultant Paediatrician UCLH (and GOSH)
What are my transport options getting to the event?
33 Queen Square is well served by public transport, including the underground at Russell Square, trains at St Pancras International and London buses. Please use the TfL journey planner below for more detailed information:
Are refreshments included?
Refreshments including tea and coffee, and a sandwhich lunch will be provided and are included in the price.
Will certificates of attendance be issued?
A certificate of attendence for CPD/CME credit is included in each delegate pack which you will receive on the day. This also includes presentation slides for annotation and space for reflective writing.
Can I update my registration information?
Yes, please log in to Eventbrite to update your registration information.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Please bring either a printed ticket or an eTicket on your mobile phone.
What is the refund policy?
Refunds are accepted up to two weeks before the event, minus an administrative fee of 20% of the ticket price.
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
Substitutions are accepted at any time before the event. Please update your registration details by logging into your Eventbrite account.
When & Where
Professor Alastair Sutcliffe