Conference Programme 2019

Friday 08.00 – 09.20

Registration, Refreshments and Exhibition

Friday 09.20 – 10.30

Plenary

NHS Question Time

Our version of the BBC’s topical debate show brings together stakeholders from across the healthcare spectrum to answer all the big questions of the day. Panellists will include a range of guests from different perspectives, alongside Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, Chair, RCGP Council.

Host: Professor Martin Marshall Joint Vice Chair (External Affairs) RCGP

 

Friday 10.30 – 11.30

Refreshments, Exhibition and Poster Viewing

Friday 11.30 – 12.30

Clinical Learning | D1

Does what matters to patients matter to me?

 

Future of General Practice | D2

Primary Care Networks 1: Developments on the ground so far

 

Medical Education | D3

Using the new RCGP curriculum to realise your potential through GP training

 

Health and Wellbeing | D4

Five ways to wellbeing at work: Practical solutions to ‘relight your fire’

 

 General Practice Communities | D5

Greener practice: Engaging general practice to improve the health of patients and planet

 

Quality Improvement | D6

How we have maintained quality of care in Scotland without QOF – or have we?

 

Discover General Practice

Finding your inner leader

A practical session with Dr Roger Neighbour.

Session intended for medical students and foundation doctors

CPD Essentials

Session information coming soon 

Short Papers

Session information coming soon 

Friday 12.30 – 13.45

Lunch, Exhibition, Poster Viewing and Sponsored Symposia

Friday 13.45 – 14.45

Clinical Learning | E1

Spot diagnosis: Skin lesions and inflammatory dermatoses

 

Future of General Practice | E2

Primary Care Networks 2: How do PCNs fit into the wider system?

 

Medical Education | E3

Sharing understanding with patients – challenges and new approaches

 

Health and Wellbeing | E4

Supporting staff, student and trainee mental wellbeing

 

General Practice Communities | E5

Dragon’s Den: The RCGP International global health competition

 

Quality Improvement | E6

Children and young people’s health: Addressing serious violence and exploitation in Liverpool

 

Discover General Practice

Generation Innovation

How can innovation and technology improve general practice for tomorrow’s GPs?

Session intended for medical students and foundation doctors

CPD Essentials

Session information coming soon 

Short Papers

Session information coming soon 

Friday 14.45 – 15.00

Comfort Break

Friday 15.00 – 16.00

Clinical Learning | F1

Rapid update on common infections: incorporating NICE/PHE common infections guidelines into daily practice

 

Future of General Practice | F2

The GP consultant

 

Medical Education | F3

Generation Genome: Delivering education to equip primary care for genomic medicine

 

Health and Wellbeing | F4

How many ‘Likes’ does it take to make a good Doctor? Exploring the impact of social media on our mental health

 

General Practice Communities | F5

Safe Surgeries Initiative: Improving access for asylum seekers

 

Quality Improvement | F6

The Daffodil Standards: A QI tool for end of life care in general practice

 

Discover General Practice

The portfolio puzzle – assembling the pieces to a portfolio career

Meet, greet and network with a wide range of portfolio GPs.

Session intended for medical students and foundation doctors

CPD Essentials

Session information coming soon 

Friday 16.00 – 16.45

Refreshments, Exhibition and Poster Viewing

Friday 16.45 – 17.30

Plenary

The John Hunt Lecture

Professor Sir Michael Marmot, Director of the Institute of Health Equity (UCL Department of Epidemiology & Public Health)

Host: Professor Mayur Lakhani, President, RCGP

Friday 17.45 – 18.45

Late Sessions

Patient voice: How patients across the UK work with RCGP to tackle workload, contract change and more

GP Consultant Exchange

Early career research opportunities for GP trainees and First5s