One Day Essentials REWIND
One Day Essentials is a series of one-day online conferences providing expert specialist clinical training and essential information. GPs and primary healthcare professionals benefit from programmes developed by and featuring leading experts, focused on essential information, practical tips and take-home messages that will help you improve your practice and patient outcomes. One Day Essentials are broadcast live, and this page hosts the recordings and slides, which are available for delegates to access freely for six months from the webinar date.
Each recording is available free to those who registered for the live webinar, otherwise our standard ticket prices apply:
AiT rate: £199
Member rate: £234
Non-member rate: £288
Cancer care is a growing part of our workload in general practice, with the launch of the new GP Contract and the new QOF QI module on cancer screening and early diagnosis. Cancer is an area of medicine where we can make huge positive differences to patients' lives
The symptoms of cancer are shared with many other conditions, many of which are more common and not so serious. We will be reviewing if GP's have a role in prevention, and what that might look like. Do e-cigarettes have a role? We will look at how we can practice safely, without extending the working day. There also new treatments for cancer – what do GP's need to know about them? We hope that by the end of the day you will feel more confident in prevention, early diagnosis, and understand what new treatments mean for both patients and their GP's and other clinical colleagues.
- Cancer Burden
- What GPs need to know about genomics
- Diagnosing cancer early
- FIT for primary care before during and after COVID-19
- Cancer Prevention: what role can primary care play?
- New Drugs for Cancer Treatment: What GPs Need to Know
- Lung cancer - how can the UK do better?
- Follow the Science, Follow the Data: Don't let Cancer become the Forgotten "C" in the Fight against COVID-19!
The life expectancy gap is increasing between men and women and is predicted to be over 10 years by 2030. Not only are there disparities between men and women, there is a 9 year greater life expectancy between men living in Chelsea vs those living in Sunderland. The theme of this year’s conference is understanding some of the biological and socio-cultural reasons for that gap and how that impacts men's mental and physical health.
Presentations will address the viability of remote consultations and provide guidance on how to best diagnose and treat patients in a socially distanced world.
- Men's cancer care: (PSA testing), testicular and penile
- Impact of pornography: use of body image, sex and relationships
- Sexual dysfunction: erectile and premature dysfunction
- Disparity in men’s health: obesity, diabetes and metabolic syndrome
- Lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS)
- Andropause - is this real?: testosterone deficiency syndrome
- Men's fertility
- Metabolic syndrome
- Testosterone deficiency syndrome
Dr David Strain will guide you through an informative day, focusing on remote consultations and providing guidance on how to best diagnose and treat the newly diagnosed person with diabetes. A one-day online conference providing expert specialist clinical training and essential information on Diabetes in general practice.
- Management of the newly diagnosed person with diabetes
- Pregnancy and diabetes
- Follow on treatments for diabetes
- Diabetes and cardiovascular disease
- Diabetes in the frail elderly
- An update from European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD)
- Diabetes and renal disease in primary care
- Sponsored presentation by BD Diabetes Care: Managing Lipohypertrophy in your practice: Understanding the impact of Lipohypertrophy (LH/lipo) for those injecting insulin. How to get support to reduce the impacts on patients presenting with lipo consequences
This conference was sponsored by:
Ears, Nose and Throat (ENT)
ENT is a key speciality for General Practice and Primary Care.
This ODE is specifically created and tailored to meet the needs of a busy GP, GP trainee, practice nurse and advanced nurse practitioner. The topics are carefully selected and pitched at the right level in order to translate directly and easily to your day-to-day practice.
- The Ear Drum - How to look at this and what to look for. Glue ear, otitis media, otitis externa, tinnitus, Eustachian tube dysfunction and sudden deafness. The dizziness topic will look at how to approach, diagnose and manage the dizzy patient and how this extends beyond the realm of ENT.
- The Nose - Basic understanding of the anatomy, nasal obstruction, sinusitis, rhinitis, epistaxis, nasal fracture and anosmia
- The Throat – Sore throat, tonsillitis, Globus symptom, hoarseness, neck lumps, oral lesions and red flags in head and neck. Latest NICE, national and international guidelines will be explained.
This conference was sponsored by: