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 Practice Management Update: Registrations

We are delighted to host Ciaran McCulloch, Registration Manager, Family Practitioner Services & the Access to Health team for a session covering GP Registrations. We hope to address common issues and problems frequently encountered by practice teams. We hope to have time for a Q&A so please submit any questions you wish us to address with registration. Resources[divi_wpfd_single_file...

GPNI x PHA Update : Pertussis

Pertussis (whooping cough) is a highly contagious, vaccine preventable, respiratory disease that is caused by the Bordetella pertussis bacterium. It can affect people of all ages, and can cause serious and life-threatening complications. Young unimmunised infants are the most vulnerable group with the highest rates of complication and death.The number of cases of pertussis has increased dramatically during 2024, with over 1190 laboratory confirmed cases being reported in Northern Ireland...

GPNI Clinical Update: Rheumatology

We are delighted to be joined by Dr Nicola Maiden, SHSCT, Dr Tom McNeilly from NHSCT, Dr Clare Matthews from SEHSCT and Dr Claire Benson from BHSCT to give a regional rheumatology update. This will include the updated CCG Guidance for GP referrals to Rheumatology as well as clinical update and advice to try to help navigate the current system pressures and get the right patient to the right place We hope to have time for a Q&A so please submit any questions you wish us to address with...

GPNI Share the learning – May 2024 Update

We are delighted to be curating another GPNI Share the learning with projects and practice improvements in around the theme of Student induction and prescribing. We have a great selection of our MDT colleagues presenting with: - Katie Whitburn, Student at Ulster University presenting on improving student induction in pracatice  - Liz Connolly FCP Clinical lead on a persisting pain annual review pilot - Dr Laurence Dornan on reducing codeine prescribing with minimal effort! - with reflection...

GPNI Primary Care Update: Supporting Refugee & Asylum Seekers

We are delighted to have Stephen Long, Regional Coordinator for Refugee & Asylum Seekers HSC / DoH who will seek to give a practical update on new legislative changes in this area and specifically how it applies in NI. We hope to touch on issues such as registration and translation for this group and we hope to have input from MDT colleagues including Social work and Mental Health. This will be suitable for all primary care team members including practice clinical and admin...

GPNI Primary Care Update: & Contract Update

We are delighted to have Dr Alan Stout, Chair of NIGPC and other Local Medical Committee representatives join  us for an update on recent NIGPC activity and contract negotiations. We hope to bring you an update on the contract negotiations for 24-25 and a high level overview of changes agreed. This will be suitable for all primary care team members including practice clinical and admin leads

GPNI Update: Working in the new world of remote and digital General Practice

We are delighted to return to our GPNI mental health series with an update from the Regional Trauma Network on the work that they do for patients across the region as well as representatives from the charity and voluntary sector. This will be of benefit to the full Primary Care team.[divi_wpfd_single_file file_params="{%22selected_file_id%22:43443,%22selected_category_id%22:128,%22selected_file_name%22:%22Working in the new world of remote and digital General...

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