Webinars

Upcoming Webinars

GPNI ZOOM Webinars Thursdays 1-2pm

Please join the mailing list to receive a password for the resources and to keep up to date with and register for future webinars – you must be part of the primary care team in Northern Ireland. If you have been unable to get acess via the mailing list please email hello@gpni.co.uk  with details of your role within Primary Care in Northern Ireland.

GPNI Clinical Update: Lung Cancer

GPNI in conjunction with Cancer Research UK and NI Cancer programme (NICaN) are delighted to host a clinical lung cancer webinar featuring guest speakers Dr Claire Bradley and Dr Laurence Dorman. This webinar runs in conjunction with the "Spotting lung cancer early" public facing campaign which runs across Northern Ireland from the 11th March – 21st April. The webinar will look to support primary care clinicians in recognising and managing suspected lung cancer and will cover the following...

GPNI HSC Updates: Cervical Smear, Regional Labs, Radiology, Encompass & Patient Registration Updates

We are delighted to present a HSC Systems update covering changes in NIPIMS, MAC, Radiology and a reminder of ongoing Encompass changes. We hope to have the opportunity to have a presentation and update on patient registration for practice administration teams with opportunity for Q&A. We'll also have a brief update from Tracy Owens, PHA on recent changes to communications around Cervical Screening programme. This update will cover information pertinent to all practitioners using these...

GPNI MSK Update : Inflammatory back pain

We are delighted to have Dr Neil Heron. GPES in MSK and Sports and Exercise medicine and Niamh Kennedy, Advanced Practice Physiotherapist in BHSCT Inflammatory back pain clinic present on the identification, assessment and management of inflammatory back pain in primary care. [divi_wpfd_single_file _builder_version="4.24.2" _module_preset="default" file_params="{%22selected_file_id%22:43289,%22selected_category_id%22:207,%22selected_file_name%22:%22Inflammatory back pain presentation, GP,...

GPNI Clinical Update  : Measles infectious diseases update & Childhood Vaccination Scheme

We are delighted to be joined by Dr Helen Groves, Consultant and Clinical Lecturer in Paediatric infectious diseases alongside key figures from SPPG and PHA to present - A clinical update and Q&A on measles  - An update and Q&A on the MMR Catchup programme - An update, training and Q&A on the Childhood Health Surveillance programme We hope to present some practical strategies, resources and approaches for getting the best out of the CHS for call/recall and central recording of...

GPNI Primary Care update – Good Medical Practice 2024 – The new guidance from the GMC

The GMC's new Good Medical Practice Guidance comes into effect on the 31st of January. GPNI in conjunction with the GMC, NIMDTA and SPPG are pleased to offer an update to include the overarching themes, and content of the guidance with an emphasis on the key changes from previous versions of Good Medical Practice. It is essential that all practitioners are aware of these changes.Link to further resources:...

GPNI Clinical Update : Chronic Pain

We are delighted to be joined by an expert panel (Pain Clinic Consultant Dr Jason Brooks, GPwSI Jim McMullan, SPPG, Federation and GP Pharmacist leads) to look at - Key evidence and Practical Tips in Managing Chronic Pain - Chronic Pain and Opioid reduction - Opioid reduction in GP Practice We hope to present some practical strategies, resources and approaches for supporting patients and practices in managing chronic pain and reviewing opioid use with chronic (non-malignant) pain. This will...

GPNI Clinical Update : Heart Failure 

We are delighted to have Dr Patrica Campbell, Consultant Cardiologist and regional lead in Heart Failure given an GPNI Clinical update on Heart failure and introduce a new regional Heart Failure Pathway. We hope this will be an interactive session and so please submit any queries or difficulties with heart failure management for us to address in session.  This should be suitable for all clinical team members involved in clinical care of heart failure. We hope to have time for a Q&A so...