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On Thursday 9 July 2015 at 8pm BST, Dr Hazel O'Dowd, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, will be presenting on "Meeting the Challenge of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome / M.E. in Primary Care - An Update." This webinar is sponsored by Action for M.E. (www.actionforme.org.uk). 

NB This is a no fee webinar - free to access

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome / M.E. is often a significant challenge for both patients and their GPs. In a recent survey CFS /M.E. was rated in the top three most difficult conditions for GPs to manage. 

This presentation will look at current understanding of CFS/M.E. making the diagnosis, the challenges patients and GPs face, what options are available for treatment and management. 

Learning Outcomes 
1. Be more confident in diagnosing CFS/M.E. 
2. Have improved knowledge on management 
3. Have a better insight and understanding of treatments available 
4. Appreciate the services available and how to access them 

This webinar is equivalent to 1 CPD credit. 
A downloadable guide to C.F.S/ M.E.will be made available on the webinar.

About our Speaker Dr Hazel O’Dowd, Consultant Clinical Psychologist 

Dr Hazel O’Dowd qualified as a clinical psychologist in 1994. She has been continuously employed by the NHS since qualification. She has worked in general medicine for 15 years and in the field of CFS/M.E. for 10. Dr O’Dowd was appointed as Clinical Champion for CFS/M.E. Services for Avon, Gloucester, Wiltshire and Somerset in 2004. The service at Cossham Hospital is one of 12 specialist centres in England that were funded by the Department of Health in programme of 2004/2005. It is now one of the biggest teams in the country and in a recent trial, demonstrated the best outcomes. 

Dr O’Dowd is currently the Deputy Chair of the British Association of CFS/M.E. and the lead for the national conference each year. 

When you register for this webinar you will be emailed a unique set of login details.
BONUS
If you are a Primary Care G.P or Nurse and register for this no cost CPD webinar you will also be emailed access to 5 free CPD webinar recordings (worth 5-10 CPD credits).
This is our way of introducing you to the new smarter and more efficient way to collect your all important CPD credits.
We think it's the best thing since sliced bread for CPD and so are keen to spread the word and let as many as possible find out what we do and how this can benefit you as a busy GP or NP.
If it's not your 'cup of tea' that's fine you can unsubscribe.

IMPORTANT
If you cannot make the live webinar, as long as you have registered you will receive an email a couple of days after the live training with a link to access the recording, at your leisure. 

We hope you enjoy the webinar. 
SUMMARY
What? Meeting the Challenge of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome / M.E. in Primary Care - An Update      (for more details scroll down to the Description)
When? Date : Thursday 9th July  8.00 - 9.00 pm BST
Where? A web based interactive seminar / presentation from the comfort of your own home, or anywhere! 
As this is an on-line presentation, it is location independent, you just need a smart phone, tablet device, laptop or desktop computer with internet access with audio. 
Using a headset / earphones are recommended.
How? Just click a link you will receive in a confirmation email after registering. Clicking the link allows you to join the virtual meeting room for the webinar.
If you are accessing the webinar via smart phone or tablet device you will need to download the free webinar App from the App Store beforehand.
If you are accessing a webinar for the first time from a laptop /desktop computer when you click the joining link you'll be prompted to download a small piece of software code that allows you to access the webinar. It's very quick, and completely safe. Do this 5-10 minutes before the start time (8pm).
Why? Chronic Fatigue Syndrome / M.E. is often a significant challenge for both patients and their GPs. In a recent survey CFS /M.E. was rated in the top three most difficult conditions for GPs to manage. 
This presentation will look at current understanding of CFS/M.E. making the diagnosis, the challenges patients and GPs face, what options are available for treatment and management. 
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Brush up on Chronic Constipation and Abdominal Pain in Children on this cpd / cme webinar for medical GPs and Nurse Practitiioners /Nurse Specialists, on Thursday  21st May at 8pm to 9pm bst with Dr Patti Rao. More info on the video on the registration page. Hope to see you on the webinar!
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Our next cme webinar for online gp cpd is on Thursday 21 May 2015 at 8pm BST, when Dr Pratibha Rao, Consultant Paediatrician at Kettering General and Woodland Hospitals will be presenting on Constipation and Abdominal Pain in Children. 

This webinar will consist of two short presentations on recurrent abdominal pain and chronic constipation in children with emphasis on management in primary care and indications for referral to secondary or tertiary care. 

Learning Outcomes 
1. An understanding of the complex nature of recurrent abdominal pain in children , with an illustrative case 
2. How to recognise the small number of children who may have organic pathology 
3. Indications for referral to secondary care 
4. The pathophysiology, signs and symptoms and treatment of chronic constipation in children 
5. A recap of the NICE guidance on chronic constipation 

Register here : http://ww.webinarsforgps.cm/next-cme-webinar

This webinar is the equivalent of 1 CPD credit. 

About Dr Pratibha Rao MBBS DCH London FRCPCH UK 

With nearly 20 years experience as Consultant Paediatrician at Kettering Dr Rao has had the opportunity to assess and manage a large number of children with abdominal problems both as inpatient and within the outpatient setting. Dr Rao has contributed to several regional meetings and recently presented on this subject at the GP PLT session in February 2015. 

When you register for this webinar you will be emailed a unique set of login details. 

If you cannot make the live webinar, as long as you have registered you will receive an email a couple of days after the live training with a link to access the recording, at your leisure. 
We hope you enjoy the webinar. For more informatin abut this cme webinar, other onine gp cpd, gp updatesonline, cpd webinars for ps and continuig medical education onine visit https://ww.webnarsforgps.com
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Our next cme webinar is on weds 13th May at 8pm BST titled
''Cows Milk Protein Allergy: Overview of Diagnosis & Management''

On Wednesday 13 May 2015 at 8pm BST, Dr Harshawardhan Bilolikar, Consultant Paediatrician, will be presenting on Cows Milk Protein Allergy: Overview of Diagnosis & Management. 

Food Allergy of which Cow’s milk allergy is one, is increasing in prevalence. This webinar provides an insight into presentation, diagnosis and management of this condition, from a primary care perspective. 

Learning Outcomes: 
1. IgE v non IgE mediated allergy 
2. Common presentations 
3. Role of investigations 
4. Understanding of replacement ‘milks' 
5. Longterm outcome 

This webinar is the equivalent of 1 CPD credit. 
Register for the webinar using the following link if you are not an IC24 Clinician and not already a monthly paying subscriber...
https://www.webinarsforgps.com/next-cme-webinar 

About Dr Harshawardhan Bilolikar MBBS MD MSc FRCPCH PG Cert 

Dr Harshawardhan Bilolikar is a Consultant Paediatrician with an Allergy interest. Dr Bilolikar conducts clinics in Paediatric Allergy including investigations and management at Kettering General Hospital. He is a regular speaker in GP PLT and runs a Private Practice in General Paediatrics & Allergy at Woodland Hospital, Kettering. He is also an invited speaker at PEDICON 2015. 

If you're seeking online gp cpd, cme webinars, gp updates, online gp cpd, gp cpd ideas, gp cpd courses, webinars for gps, cpd webinars for gp, gp webinars, gp cpd webinars, gp updates online you'll be glad you found this and you can find out more at https://www.webinarsforgps.com

When you register for this webinar you will be emailed a unique set of login details. 

If you cannot make the live webinar, as long as you have registered you will receive an email a couple of days after the live training with a link to access the recording, at your leisure. 

We hope you enjoy the webinar.
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Our next cme webinar is: Cardiology - Community Aspects of Valve Disease Relevant to Primary Care

On Thursday 7 May 2015 at 8pm GMT, Dr Yassir Javaid, CVD Clinical Lead for both Nene CCG and the East Midlands Strategic Clinical Network will be presenting on "Community Aspects of Valve Disease Relevant to Primary Care". This module will cover the detection and screening of valve disease, appropriate surveillance, and identifying indications for surgery. It will also cover the differentiation of physiological vs pathological findings on echo, patient education, what is valvular AF and infective endocarditis. 

Learning Outcomes 

1. Understanding the natural history of valve disease. 
2. Understanding the importance of timely referral for surgery. 
3. New indications for antibiotic prophylaxis prior to dental surgery. 

This webinar is the equivalent of 1 CPD credit. 

About Dr M Yassir Javaid, MA (Cantab) MBBChir MRCGP DipCard 

Dr Yassir Javaid used be a clinical lead of a community cardiology clinic in Northampton for 6 years, focusing in patients with heart failure and valve disease. He is also the CVD clinical lead for both Nene CCG and the East Midlands Strategic Clinical Network. 

When you register for this webinar you will be emailed a unique set of login details. 

If you cannot make the live webinar, as long as you have registered you will receive an email a couple of days after the live training with a link to access the recording, at your leisure. 

We hope you enjoy the webinar. 
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