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Academic Primary Care Evening

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We are pleased to invite you to the Annual Academic Primary Care Workshop that will be held in the School of Medicine at St Andrews on Wednesday, September 4th from 6pm to 9pm.

This workshop is jointly hosted by the Clinical Programme Lead, Dr Rebecca Walmsley, ScotGEM Programme Director, Prof Jon Dowell and the lead for Primary Care Research, Prof Frank Sullivan.

This is an interactive evening event focusing on supporting primary care based medical student education and research. It is also an opportunity to provide an update on ScotGEM at the end of year 1 and to thank our clinical partners and teams that support the teaching of medical students in the clinical environment.

There will be a mixture of presentations and hands on small group workshops, facilitated by the School’s clinical teaching and research teams. Content will be relevant to health professionals, with some workshops also relevant to Practice Managers and non-clinicians.

There is no fee for participants. Dinner plus all necessary course materials will be provided. Certificates will be made available and the evening will count as 2 hours of CPD.

Stations for selection:

1. Student Support – Dr Ruth Cruickshank (Senior Teaching Fellow and Pro-Dean)

2. Ultrasound Scan, Echo – Dr Rob Humphreys (BSc Hons Deputy Course Director)*

3. Pre-hospital emergency care – Mr Henry Rae (Senior Teaching Technician) and Gillian Duncan (East Neuk First Responders)

4. Clinical Teaching in ScotGEM – Professor Jon Dowell

5. Using SPIRE for quality improvement and research – Dr Keith Moffat (Clinical PhD Student Health Informatics, GP, Medical Advisor NSS)

6. Designing a lung cancer screening programme – Professor Frank Sullivan and Dr Mara van Beusekom (Research Fellow)

Please register here. Please also chose your top 3 stations and email your preferences to medclinical@st-andrews.ac.uk

*Those who are interested in attending the ECHO session may wish to look at the link below for a tutorial in Transthoracic ECHO in advance to get the most out of the session:

http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/3c9e5062#/3c9e5062/1

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