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London Programme

08:30-09:20
Registration and networking in the Exhibitors Hall
09:20-09:30

Chair’s opening remarks


Chair’s opening remarks

Marilyn Eveleigh, independent nurse consultant and advisory board member, Nursing in Practice

Chair’s opening remarks

Dr Joe McGilligan, Senior Partner, Greystone House Surgery

Chair’s opening remarks

Dave Munday, lead professional officer (mental health) at Unite the union, health visitor and registered nurse @davidamunday

09:30-10:00

Liver Disease in Primary care

  • Interpreting abnormal LFTs
  • NAFLD pathway
Dr Rob Palmer, GPwSI Gastroenterology, Statham Grove Surgery and Homerton University Hospital

Virtual Assessment of People Presenting with Neurological Symptoms

Dr Nassif Mansour, GPwER and Clinical Lead in Neurology for South West London CCG, Chair of the Primary Care and Community Neurology Society

Primary care management of HIV

Dr. Toni Hazell, GP, medical writer, editor and regular contributor to Pulse Learning @tonihazellgp

Taking your Pulse with the Transitional Pause

 

Dr Tamara Russell, Chartered Clinical Psychologist, Mindfulness Centre of Excellence @drtamararussell

10:10-10:40

Inhalers and the Environment

Jane Scullion, Consultant Respiratory Nurse, University Hospitals of Leicester @janescullion
Sponsored by:

Gut It Right

· The role of the gut microbiome in the early training of the immune system

· Addressing the cause instead of the symptoms through nutrition

· Diagnosis and practical management of common infant feeding problems

Nancy Swan, Paediatric Allergy Dietitian
Sponsored by:

AstraZeneca Symposium. Renal Outcome Trial Overview – Product Specific Presentation

 

Dr Sarah Jarvis, GP and Clinical Director, Patient.info
Dr Pauline Swift, consultant nephrologist and associate medical director for research and education, Epsom & St. Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust (ESTH)
Sponsored by:

Wound Hygiene – Four simple steps to progress hard-to-heal wounds

Lisa Wood, R.N dip, BSc, Clinical Strategy Manager, Advanced Woundcare, ConvaTec
Sponsored by:
10:40-11:10
Coffee Break and networking in the Exhibitors Hall
11:10-11:40

Type 2 Diabetes Management in Primary Care

• New types of diabetes classification

• Diabetic related infection

• Multimorbidity

 

Dr Amrit Lamba, GPwSI diabetes, GP partner, Colindale Medical Centre, Barnet Federated GPs, North Central London CCG

Chronic Migraine Management

• Preventive strategies and treatments

• Is migraine inherited?

• Sinus headache vs Migraine

Dr Nazeli Manukyan, GP and headache specialist, The National Migraine Centre

Is it long covid?

 

Dr Waqaar Shah, Clinical director, Wandsworth CCG and chairman of the expert advisory panel on the management of long-term effects of COVID-19 at NICE

Scoliosis

 

Dr. Toni Hazell, GP, medical writer, editor and regular contributor to Pulse Learning @tonihazellgp

11:50-12:20

Tackling the cholesterol challenge: An innovative approach to lipid management in primary care

Dr Yassir Javaid MA (Cantab) FRCP FRCGP PGDip Cardiology, GPwSI Cardiology, Cardiovascular and Diabetes Lead Nene CCG Primary Care Cardiovascular lead, East Midlands Clinical Network, RCGP Clinical Adviser for Cardiology
Sponsored by:

Dermatology

Dr Eirini Merika, Consultant Dermatologist, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital
Sponsored by:

Prostate Cancer – what’s new and why it matters to all staff in primary care

• Understand risk factors for prostate cancer and the role of the PSA test

• Know who can counsel patients on PSA testing, and gain confidence in having these conversations

• Be aware of changes in the diagnostic pathway and its implications for PSA testing, as well as the impact of Covid-19 pandemic on prostate cancer diagnoses

 

Dr Ann Williams, GP Partner, Little Waltham and Great Notley Surgery, Chelmsford
Sponsored by:

Improving asthma care

Dr Vince Mak, Consultant in Respiratory Integrated Care at Imperial College Healthcare Trust
Sponsored by:
12:20-13:20
Complimentary lunch and networking in the Exhibitors Hall
13:20-13:50

Primary Care Rheumatology and MSK

• Diagnosis and treatment

• Symptoms of suspected RA

• First Contact Practitioners and early arthritis

Dr Louise Warburton, Associate Medical Director and GPwSI in Rheumatology, Shropshire Community NHS Trust

ENT in General Practice

Dr Eason Sivayoham, GPwER ENT, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust

Urology in Primary Care

· Haematuria (blood in urine)

· Stones

· Recurrent UTIs

· Lower urinary tract symptoms

Dr Nick Dattani, GP Partner and Barnet Borough Clinical Lead

Alcohol use disorders

• Screening for alcohol use disorders

• Brief interventions

• Treatment options for alcohol use disorders

Ian Webzell, Alcohol and Substance Misuse Clinical Nurse Specialist, King’s College Hospital, London

14:00-14:30

Meeting the challenge: Addressing premature mortality in COPD

Dr Rama Vancheeswaran, FRCP, PhD, consultant respiratory physician at West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trusts and honorary consultant at the Royal Brompton NHS Trust
Sponsored by:

Cardiovascular disease in women: at-risk groups and prevention strategies

Professor Chris Gale, Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine and Co-Director of the Leeds Institute for Data Analytics at the University of Leeds @cpgale3
Sponsored by:

Managing remote digital services: highlighting patient and clinician wellbeing

Dr Harriet Bradley, Medical Director, Livi
Sponsored by:

Identifying and treating gambling harms in and around London

Becky Harris, Sector Manager and Systemic Psychotherapist, CNWL
Rachel (Ray) Hassan, Director of Quality & Innovation (interim), GamCare
Sponsored by:
14:30-15:00
Exhibition and networking
15:00-15:30

Management of older people with comorbidities and frailty in primary care

• When and how should frailty be identified?

• Referral for suspected dementia

• Discussing supportive care after diagnosis

Professor Dame Louise Robinson, Professor of Primary Care and Ageing, Newcastle University

Improving Mental Health – an emerging priority

Dr Ihtesham Sabri, GP and GPSI Mental Health, Former University Associate Professor & Digital GP

Managing Menopause in Primary Care

Dr Clare Searle, GP with special interest in women’s health, Bridgewater surgeries


15:40-16:10

Identifying domestic abuse

  • Coercive control and the stages of intervention
  • Responding to domestic abuse with a needs-led, trauma informed and strength-based approach
  • Mental well-being/health and domestic abuse – the links
  • Record keeping and information sharing

 

Jacqui Kilburn, Manager, National Training Centre, Women’s Aid Federation, England @womensaid

Professional lessons for GPs from the pandemic

 

Dr Deen Mirza, GP extensivist, appraiser, medical examiner and self-help author



16:10
Close of Conference
08:30-09:20
Registration and networking in the Exhibitors Hall
09:20-09:30
09:30-10:00
Dr Rob Palmer, GPwSI Gastroenterology, Statham Grove Surgery and Homerton University Hospital

10:10-10:40
Jane Scullion, Consultant Respiratory Nurse, University Hospitals of Leicester @janescullion
Sponsored by:
10:40-11:10
Coffee Break and networking in the Exhibitors Hall
11:10-11:40
Dr Amrit Lamba, GPwSI diabetes, GP partner, Colindale Medical Centre, Barnet Federated GPs, North Central London CCG

11:50-12:20
Dr Yassir Javaid MA (Cantab) FRCP FRCGP PGDip Cardiology, GPwSI Cardiology, Cardiovascular and Diabetes Lead Nene CCG Primary Care Cardiovascular lead, East Midlands Clinical Network, RCGP Clinical Adviser for Cardiology
Sponsored by:
12:20-13:20
Complimentary lunch and networking in the Exhibitors Hall
13:20-13:50
Dr Louise Warburton, Associate Medical Director and GPwSI in Rheumatology, Shropshire Community NHS Trust

14:00-14:30
Dr Rama Vancheeswaran, FRCP, PhD, consultant respiratory physician at West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trusts and honorary consultant at the Royal Brompton NHS Trust
Sponsored by:
14:30-15:00
Exhibition and networking
15:00-15:30
Professor Dame Louise Robinson, Professor of Primary Care and Ageing, Newcastle University

15:40-16:10
Jacqui Kilburn, Manager, National Training Centre, Women’s Aid Federation, England @womensaid

16:10
Close of Conference
08:30-09:20
Registration and networking in the Exhibitors Hall
09:20-09:30

Chair’s opening remarks

Marilyn Eveleigh, independent nurse consultant and advisory board member, Nursing in Practice

09:30-10:00

Virtual Assessment of People Presenting with Neurological Symptoms

Dr Nassif Mansour, GPwER and Clinical Lead in Neurology for South West London CCG, Chair of the Primary Care and Community Neurology Society

10:10-10:40

Gut It Right

· The role of the gut microbiome in the early training of the immune system

· Addressing the cause instead of the symptoms through nutrition

· Diagnosis and practical management of common infant feeding problems

Nancy Swan, Paediatric Allergy Dietitian
Sponsored by:
10:40-11:10
Coffee Break and networking in the Exhibitors Hall
11.10-11.40

Chronic Migraine Management

• Preventive strategies and treatments

• Is migraine inherited?

• Sinus headache vs Migraine

Dr Nazeli Manukyan, GP and headache specialist, The National Migraine Centre

11:50-12:20

Dermatology

Dr Eirini Merika, Consultant Dermatologist, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital
Sponsored by:
12:20-13:20
Complimentary lunch and short talk on Scoliosis by Dr Toni Hazell in the Exhibitors Hall
13:20-13:50

ENT in General Practice

Dr Eason Sivayoham, GPwER ENT, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust

14:00-14:30

Cardiovascular disease in women: at-risk groups and prevention strategies

Professor Chris Gale, Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine and Co-Director of the Leeds Institute for Data Analytics at the University of Leeds @cpgale3
Sponsored by:
14:30-15:00
Exhibition and networking
15:00-15:30

Improving Mental Health – an emerging priority

Dr Ihtesham Sabri, GP and GPSI Mental Health, Former University Associate Professor & Digital GP

15:40-16:10

Professional lessons for GPs from the pandemic

 

Dr Deen Mirza, GP extensivist, appraiser, medical examiner and self-help author

08:30-09:20
Registration and networking in the Exhibitors Hall
09:20-09:30

Chair’s opening remarks

Dr Joe McGilligan, Senior Partner, Greystone House Surgery

09:30-10:00

Primary care management of HIV

Dr. Toni Hazell, GP, medical writer, editor and regular contributor to Pulse Learning @tonihazellgp

10:10-10:40

AstraZeneca Symposium. Renal Outcome Trial Overview – Product Specific Presentation

 

Dr Sarah Jarvis, GP and Clinical Director, Patient.info
Dr Pauline Swift, consultant nephrologist and associate medical director for research and education, Epsom & St. Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust (ESTH)
Sponsored by:
10:40-11:10
Coffee Break and networking in the Exhibitors Hall
11:10-11:40

Is it long covid?

 

Dr Waqaar Shah, Clinical director, Wandsworth CCG and chairman of the expert advisory panel on the management of long-term effects of COVID-19 at NICE

11:50-12:20

Prostate Cancer – what’s new and why it matters to all staff in primary care

• Understand risk factors for prostate cancer and the role of the PSA test

• Know who can counsel patients on PSA testing, and gain confidence in having these conversations

• Be aware of changes in the diagnostic pathway and its implications for PSA testing, as well as the impact of Covid-19 pandemic on prostate cancer diagnoses

 

Dr Ann Williams, GP Partner, Little Waltham and Great Notley Surgery, Chelmsford
Sponsored by:
12:20-13:20
Complimentary lunch and short talk on Scoliosis by Dr Toni Hazell in the Exhibitors Hall
13:20-13:50

Urology in Primary Care

· Haematuria (blood in urine)

· Stones

· Recurrent UTIs

· Lower urinary tract symptoms

Dr Nick Dattani, GP Partner and Barnet Borough Clinical Lead

14:00-14:30

Managing remote digital services: highlighting patient and clinician wellbeing

Dr Harriet Bradley, Medical Director, Livi
Sponsored by:
14:30-15:00
Exhibition and networking
15:00-15:30

Managing Menopause in Primary Care

Dr Clare Searle, GP with special interest in women’s health, Bridgewater surgeries

15:40

08:30-09:20
Registration and networking in the Exhibitors Hall
09:20-09:30

Chair’s opening remarks

Dave Munday, lead professional officer (mental health) at Unite the union, health visitor and registered nurse @davidamunday

09:30-10:00

Taking your Pulse with the Transitional Pause

 

Dr Tamara Russell, Chartered Clinical Psychologist, Mindfulness Centre of Excellence @drtamararussell

10:10-10:40

Wound Hygiene – Four simple steps to progress hard-to-heal wounds

Lisa Wood, R.N dip, BSc, Clinical Strategy Manager, Advanced Woundcare, ConvaTec
Sponsored by:
10:40-11:10
Coffee Break and networking in the Exhibitors Hall
11:10-11:40

Scoliosis

 

Dr. Toni Hazell, GP, medical writer, editor and regular contributor to Pulse Learning @tonihazellgp

11:50-12:20

Improving asthma care

Dr Vince Mak, Consultant in Respiratory Integrated Care at Imperial College Healthcare Trust
Sponsored by:
12:20-13:20
Complimentary lunch and short talk on Scoliosis by Dr Toni Hazell in the Exhibitors Hall
13:20-13:50

Alcohol use disorders

• Screening for alcohol use disorders

• Brief interventions

• Treatment options for alcohol use disorders

Ian Webzell, Alcohol and Substance Misuse Clinical Nurse Specialist, King’s College Hospital, London

14:00-14:30

Identifying and treating gambling harms in and around London

Becky Harris, Sector Manager and Systemic Psychotherapist, CNWL
Rachel (Ray) Hassan, Director of Quality & Innovation (interim), GamCare
Sponsored by:
14:30-15:00
Coffee Break and networking in the Exhibitors Hall
15:00-15:30

 

**We would like to thank our exhibitors, sponsors and partners for supporting this meeting. This includes a number of pharmaceutical companies; including Astellas Pharma Europe Ltd, Astrazeneca Ltd, Chiesi Ltd, Dermal Laboratories Ltd, La Roche Posay (L’Oreal), Leo Pharma Ltd, Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Novartis Pharmaceuticals UK Ltd, Nutricia Early Life Nutrition, Organon Pharma Ltd, Reckitt Benckiser Healthcare Ltd, Sandoz UK Ltd, Seqirus UK Ltd, Theramex Ltd, Trion Pharma, and Viatris. These companies have only had input into their individual sessions on the programmes where clearly labelled.


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