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The 73rd UK SHA  annual conference will take place at Pollock Halls, University of Edinburgh from Sunday 19th - Tuesday 21st June 2022

The 73rd UK SHA  annual conference will take place at Pollock Halls, University of Edinburgh from Sunday 19th - Tuesday 21st June 2022.

Bookings: https://studenthealthassociationmembers.co.uk/

Subjects to include:

GUM update
Student support
Diabetes care
Prescribing culture
GDPR from an HR perspective
Contraception update
Complaints
Female presentation of Autism
Employment law for GP’s
ADHD

Covid in young adults
Anabolic steroid use
Transgender healthcare
Psycho stimulant substance use
Concussion and post concussion syndrome
Eating disorders
Dermatology workshop
Minor illness workshop
Heavy Menstrual  bleeding in young women

NIPC Series: Acute Coronary Syndrome. Webinar. May 26th 2022, 19.00-20.30

NIPC invite you to join the next NIPC Series on Wednesday 26th May from 19.00-20.30 (IST), as the panel discuss Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS). 

Topic: Acute Coronary Syndrome - Shared Care to Optimise Outcomes

Acute Coronary Syndromes causes almost 1.8 million deaths per year. This session will look at the effects of Covid-19 in this area, and risk factor management in a virtual setting. 

NUIG Annual Health Promotion Conference, 16th June 2022. Abstracts Deadline extended until 25th April. During April a 10% discount is offered to AHPI and IUHPE members.

The NUIG Annual Health Promotion Conference takes place on June 16th 2022. Abstract submission has been extended until 25th April.

Abstracts are invited across the following themes:

  • Education 
  • Employment / workplace 
  • Health and Social Care
  • Housing 
  • Political and Government. 

During April a 10% discount is offered to AHPI and IUHPE members.

Please email hprcconference@nuigalway.ie for further information.

NMIC CPD modules on contraception

The NMIC recently launched 2 CPD modules on contraception on HSeLanD - the first module is an update on the methods of contraception and the second module is on contraception use in specific populations. Each of the modules has been approved for 2 external credits by the Irish College of General Practitioners.

Completion takes just three easy steps: 1) Read the bulletin. 2) Answer the 10 MCQs that follow. 3) Evaluate the module. Once you achieve a score of ≥ 80%, you can download a certificate of completion with 2 external CPD points.