Pulse LIVE Birmingham Programme 2019

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Tuesday 18 June 2019

08:40

Registration and exhibition

09:20

Welcome to conference

Speaker(s):
09:30

The Big Debate: Can primary care networks save general practice?

Speaker(s):
  • Dr Nigel Watson
    chief executive, Wessex LMCs and chair of independent review panel into the GP partnership model
  • Dr Raj Patel
    deputy medical director of primary care, NHS England and NHS improvement
  • Dr Aisha Malik
    clinical lead - winning hearts and minds, MHCC

Your Patients (Chair: Dr Joe McGilligan)

Your Practice (Chair: Dr Samir Dawlatly)

Workshop 1

Workshop 2

10:10

10.15 - 10.45 Update of hypertension guidelines

Speaker(s):
  • Dr Yassir Javaid
    cardiovascular and diabetes lead, Nene CCG, primary care cardiovascular lead, East Midlands Clinical Network, RCGP clinical adviser for cardiology

10.15 - 10.45 How much should GPs reflect in their appraisal in light of the Dr Bawa-Garba case?

Speaker(s):
  • Dr Deen Mirza
    GP educationalist, self-help author and director of Better Doctor Training

10.15 - 11.15 Paediatric cow’s milk allergy: Common challenges in primary care

Speaker(s):
  • Dr Aneta Ivanova
    Paediatric allergy nurse consultant, Sandwell and West Birmingham hospital

10.15 - 11.15 Approach to the breathless patient

Speaker(s):
10:50

10.50 - 11.20 Perinatal mental health update

Speaker(s):

10.50 - 11.20 Group consultations in practice

Speaker(s):

11:00

Refreshment break, exhibition and networking

11:25

Pulse Learning LIVE [Exhibition floor] Non-visible haematuria

Speaker(s):
  • Dr Toni Hazell
    GP, medical writer, editor and regular contributor to Pulse Learning
11:45

11.45 - 12.15 Evolving treatments in the management of COPD

Speaker(s):
  • Professor Dave Singh
    professor of clinical pharmacology & respiratory medicine at the University of Manchester

11.45 - 12.15 How to consult efficiently with patients- what do fast GPs do differently to slow GPs?

Speaker(s):
  • Dr Deen Mirza
    GP educationalist, self-help author and director of Better Doctor Training

11.45 - 12.45 Food allergy and rhinitis

Speaker(s):
  • Dr Toni Hazell
    GP, medical writer, editor and regular contributor to Pulse Learning

11.45 - 12.45 MSK skills

Speaker(s):
  • Dr Louise Warburton
    clinical lead for Telford MSK Service, associate medical director, Shropshire Community NHS Trust

12.20 - 12.50 Rectal bleeding: what GPs need to know

Speaker(s):
  • Dr Kevin Barrett
    GP partner in Hertfordshire, RCGP & Crohns and Colitis UK Inflammatory Bowel Disease Clinical Champion 2017-2020

12.20 - 12.50 Indemnity and the government backed scheme: What is covered, what is not and what additional cover might you need

Speaker(s):

12:45

Lunch and exhibition

13:05

Pulse Learning LIVE [Exhibition floor] Hair loss

Speaker(s):
  • Dr Toni Hazell
    GP, medical writer, editor and regular contributor to Pulse Learning
13:30

Pulse Learning LIVE [Exhibition floor] Endometriosis

Speaker(s):
  • Dr Toni Hazell
    GP, medical writer, editor and regular contributor to Pulse Learning
13:50

13.50 - 14.20 Updates and Advances in Acne treatment

Speaker(s):

13.50 - 14.20 Primary care networks - Rhetoric to Reality

Speaker(s):

13.50 - 14.50 Treating tobacco dependency. If not you, then who?

Speaker(s):
  • Dr Stephen Gaduzo
    GP with Special Interest in Respiratory Medicine, Stockport Community COPD Team
  • This symposium has been organised and funded by Pfizer Ltd and will include promotion of relevant Pfizer medicines.

13:50 - 14.50 Cardiac tests workshop

Speaker(s):

14.25 - 14.55 Recurrent and chronic UTI: Uncovering the real aetiology, improving diagnostics and management strategies

Speaker(s):

14.25- 14.55 The NHS app: What does it mean for you?

Speaker(s):
  • Pip Hodgson
    digital delivery lead, NHS England
  • Dr Ian Pawson
    GP partner, Brownlow Health in Liverpool

14:50

Exhibition and networking

15:00

Pulse Learning LIVE [Exhibition floor] LUTS in men

Speaker(s):
  • Dr Toni Hazell
    GP, medical writer, editor and regular contributor to Pulse Learning
15:25

15.25 - 16.25 Paediatric red flags and emergencies workshop

Speaker(s):

15.25 - 16.25 Finding balance: New and varied roles to develop a rewarding portfolio career in 2019

Speaker(s):

15.25 - 16.25 MSK skills

Speaker(s):
  • Dr Louise Warburton
    clinical lead for Telford MSK Service, associate medical director, Shropshire Community NHS Trust

15.25 - 16.25 Cardiac tests workshop

Speaker(s):

16:30

Closing keynote: Mental health: Managing depression and anxiety in general practice

Speaker(s):
17:00

Close of conference

Tuesday 18 June 2019

08:40

Registration and exhibition

09:20

Welcome to conference

09:30

The Big Debate: Can primary care networks save general practice?

  • Dr Nigel Watson
    chief executive, Wessex LMCs and chair of independent review panel into the GP partnership model
  • Dr Raj Patel
    deputy medical director of primary care, NHS England and NHS improvement
  • Dr Aisha Malik
    clinical lead - winning hearts and minds, MHCC

Your Practice (Chair: Dr Samir Dawlatly)

10:10

10.15 - 10.45 How much should GPs reflect in their appraisal in light of the Dr Bawa-Garba case?

Speaker(s):
  • Dr Deen Mirza
    GP educationalist, self-help author and director of Better Doctor Training
10:50

10.50 - 11.20 Group consultations in practice

Speaker(s):
11:00

Refreshment break, exhibition and networking

11:25

Pulse Learning LIVE [Exhibition floor] Non-visible haematuria

  • Dr Toni Hazell
    GP, medical writer, editor and regular contributor to Pulse Learning
11:45

11.45 - 12.15 How to consult efficiently with patients- what do fast GPs do differently to slow GPs?

Speaker(s):
  • Dr Deen Mirza
    GP educationalist, self-help author and director of Better Doctor Training

12.20 - 12.50 Indemnity and the government backed scheme: What is covered, what is not and what additional cover might you need

Speaker(s):
12:45

Lunch and exhibition

13:05

Pulse Learning LIVE [Exhibition floor] Hair loss

  • Dr Toni Hazell
    GP, medical writer, editor and regular contributor to Pulse Learning
13:30

Pulse Learning LIVE [Exhibition floor] Endometriosis

  • Dr Toni Hazell
    GP, medical writer, editor and regular contributor to Pulse Learning
13:50

13.50 - 14.20 Primary care networks - Rhetoric to Reality

· Understanding primary care networks – as part of the bigger jigsaw.
·  Exploring what models can be used.
·  A roadmap to making it happen.

Speaker(s):

14.25- 14.55 The NHS app: What does it mean for you?

Speaker(s):
  • Pip Hodgson
    digital delivery lead, NHS England
  • Dr Ian Pawson
    GP partner, Brownlow Health in Liverpool
14:50

Exhibition and networking

15:00

Pulse Learning LIVE [Exhibition floor] LUTS in men

  • Dr Toni Hazell
    GP, medical writer, editor and regular contributor to Pulse Learning
15:25

15.25 - 16.25 Finding balance: New and varied roles to develop a rewarding portfolio career in 2019

Speaker(s):

16:30

Closing keynote: Mental health: Managing depression and anxiety in general practice

17:00

Close of conference

Tuesday 18 June 2019

08:40

Registration and exhibition

09:20

Welcome to conference

09:30

The Big Debate: Can primary care networks save general practice?

  • Dr Nigel Watson
    chief executive, Wessex LMCs and chair of independent review panel into the GP partnership model
  • Dr Raj Patel
    deputy medical director of primary care, NHS England and NHS improvement
  • Dr Aisha Malik
    clinical lead - winning hearts and minds, MHCC

Your Patients (Chair: Dr Joe McGilligan)

10:10

10.15 - 10.45 Update of hypertension guidelines

· Guidelines in practice.
· What primary care can do to reduce the risks?

Speaker(s):
  • Dr Yassir Javaid
    cardiovascular and diabetes lead, Nene CCG, primary care cardiovascular lead, East Midlands Clinical Network, RCGP clinical adviser for cardiology
10:50

10.50 - 11.20 Perinatal mental health update

· Conditions.
· Management.
· Referral pathways.

Speaker(s):
11:00

Refreshment break, exhibition and networking

11:25

Pulse Learning LIVE [Exhibition floor] Non-visible haematuria

  • Dr Toni Hazell
    GP, medical writer, editor and regular contributor to Pulse Learning
11:45

11.45 - 12.15 Evolving treatments in the management of COPD

Speaker(s):
  • Professor Dave Singh
    professor of clinical pharmacology & respiratory medicine at the University of Manchester

12.20 - 12.50 Rectal bleeding: what GPs need to know

· How to assess rectal bleeding.
· When to refer, and who to refer to.
· How to manage rectal bleeding.

Speaker(s):
  • Dr Kevin Barrett
    GP partner in Hertfordshire, RCGP & Crohns and Colitis UK Inflammatory Bowel Disease Clinical Champion 2017-2020
12:45

Lunch and exhibition

13:05

Pulse Learning LIVE [Exhibition floor] Hair loss

  • Dr Toni Hazell
    GP, medical writer, editor and regular contributor to Pulse Learning
13:30

Pulse Learning LIVE [Exhibition floor] Endometriosis

  • Dr Toni Hazell
    GP, medical writer, editor and regular contributor to Pulse Learning
13:50

13.50 - 14.20 Updates and Advances in Acne treatment

Speaker(s):

14.25 - 14.55 Recurrent and chronic UTI: Uncovering the real aetiology, improving diagnostics and management strategies

Speaker(s):
14:50

Exhibition and networking

15:00

Pulse Learning LIVE [Exhibition floor] LUTS in men

  • Dr Toni Hazell
    GP, medical writer, editor and regular contributor to Pulse Learning
15:25

15.25 - 16.25 Paediatric red flags and emergencies workshop

Speaker(s):

16:30

Closing keynote: Mental health: Managing depression and anxiety in general practice

17:00

Close of conference

Tuesday 18 June 2019

08:40

Registration and exhibition

09:20

Welcome to conference

09:30

The Big Debate: Can primary care networks save general practice?

  • Dr Nigel Watson
    chief executive, Wessex LMCs and chair of independent review panel into the GP partnership model
  • Dr Raj Patel
    deputy medical director of primary care, NHS England and NHS improvement
  • Dr Aisha Malik
    clinical lead - winning hearts and minds, MHCC

Workshop 1

Workshop 2

10:10

10.15 - 11.15 Paediatric cow’s milk allergy: Common challenges in primary care

Speaker(s):
  • Dr Aneta Ivanova
    Paediatric allergy nurse consultant, Sandwell and West Birmingham hospital

10.15 - 11.15 Approach to the breathless patient

Speaker(s):
10:50

11:00

Refreshment break, exhibition and networking

11:25

Pulse Learning LIVE [Exhibition floor] Non-visible haematuria

  • Dr Toni Hazell
    GP, medical writer, editor and regular contributor to Pulse Learning
11:45

11.45 - 12.45 Food allergy and rhinitis

Speaker(s):
  • Dr Toni Hazell
    GP, medical writer, editor and regular contributor to Pulse Learning

11.45 - 12.45 MSK skills

Speaker(s):
  • Dr Louise Warburton
    clinical lead for Telford MSK Service, associate medical director, Shropshire Community NHS Trust

12:45

Lunch and exhibition

13:05

Pulse Learning LIVE [Exhibition floor] Hair loss

  • Dr Toni Hazell
    GP, medical writer, editor and regular contributor to Pulse Learning
13:30

Pulse Learning LIVE [Exhibition floor] Endometriosis

  • Dr Toni Hazell
    GP, medical writer, editor and regular contributor to Pulse Learning
13:50

13.50 - 14.50 Treating tobacco dependency. If not you, then who?

Why smoking cessation must be a significant focus within primary and secondary care, particularly with long term condition patients. This session provides the knowledge and skills you need to increase your patients’ chances of quitting successfully.

Speaker(s):
  • Dr Stephen Gaduzo
    GP with Special Interest in Respiratory Medicine, Stockport Community COPD Team
  • This symposium has been organised and funded by Pfizer Ltd and will include promotion of relevant Pfizer medicines.

13:50 - 14.50 Cardiac tests workshop

Speaker(s):

14:50

Exhibition and networking

15:00

Pulse Learning LIVE [Exhibition floor] LUTS in men

  • Dr Toni Hazell
    GP, medical writer, editor and regular contributor to Pulse Learning
15:25

15.25 - 16.25 MSK skills

Speaker(s):
  • Dr Louise Warburton
    clinical lead for Telford MSK Service, associate medical director, Shropshire Community NHS Trust

15.25 - 16.25 Cardiac tests workshop

Speaker(s):

16:30

Closing keynote: Mental health: Managing depression and anxiety in general practice

17:00

Close of conference

Tuesday 18 June 2019

08:40

Registration and exhibition

09:20

Welcome to conference

09:30

The Big Debate: Can primary care networks save general practice?

  • Dr Nigel Watson
    chief executive, Wessex LMCs and chair of independent review panel into the GP partnership model
  • Dr Raj Patel
    deputy medical director of primary care, NHS England and NHS improvement
  • Dr Aisha Malik
    clinical lead - winning hearts and minds, MHCC
10:10
10:50
11:00

Refreshment break, exhibition and networking

11:25

Pulse Learning LIVE [Exhibition floor] Non-visible haematuria

  • Dr Toni Hazell
    GP, medical writer, editor and regular contributor to Pulse Learning
11:45
12:45

Lunch and exhibition

13:05

Pulse Learning LIVE [Exhibition floor] Hair loss

  • Dr Toni Hazell
    GP, medical writer, editor and regular contributor to Pulse Learning
13:30

Pulse Learning LIVE [Exhibition floor] Endometriosis

  • Dr Toni Hazell
    GP, medical writer, editor and regular contributor to Pulse Learning
13:50
14:50

Exhibition and networking

15:00

Pulse Learning LIVE [Exhibition floor] LUTS in men

  • Dr Toni Hazell
    GP, medical writer, editor and regular contributor to Pulse Learning
15:25
16:30

Closing keynote: Mental health: Managing depression and anxiety in general practice

17:00

Close of conference



* We would like to thank our exhibitors, sponsors and partners for supporting this meeting. This includes a number of pharmaceutical companies including Advanz Pharma, Alliance Pharmaceuticals, Boehringer Ingelheim, Chiesi Ltd, Johnson & Johnson Ltd, Molnlycke Healthcare Ltd, Pfizer Ltd, Profile Pharma, Reckitt Benckiser (UK) Ltd. These companies have only had input into their individual sessions on the programme where clearly labelled.

** Your delegate badge may, with your permission, be scanned by sponsor companies in the exhibition hall and at sponsored sessions.  If you allow your badge to be scanned, you agree for those companies to contact you about their products, events and/or services – some of which may be promotional in nature. If you do not wish to be contacted by our sponsor companies you have the right to not have your badge scanned when visiting a sponsored stand in the exhibition hall or attending sponsored sessions. You can withdraw your consent at any time by contacting the sponsor.