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Pulse Virtual: Rare Diseases, Oncology and Public Health

5 - 6 December 2023
CPD: 10.5

GPs and GP Trainees in the UK are invited to attend a two-day virtual conference hosted by Pulse 365. This event will focus on clinical features of bladder cancer in primary care, Ehlers Danlos syndrome, Congenital heart disease, lifestyle medicine in practice, domestic violence and abuse with more to be announced. Tickets for the event are free and attendees can join us at any point throughout the day – fitting in their learning around clinics and other obligations. Some talks will be recorded and available through our On-Demand service after the event has finished.

Registration is now open, click here to book.

By attending you will benefit from:

  1. A research-based clinical agenda covering the hot topics, preventative care strategies and NICE updates you want to hear about;
  2. The chance to take part in Q&A sessions with our speakers;
  3. Convenient online access to all the talks meaning you can attend from work or home;
  4. CPD hours for your appraisal;
  5. A certificate of attendance and access to speakers’ presentations*

Stay tuned for more details as we reveal the agenda and speaker line up – coming soon.

*Any presentations we have permission to share will be accessible after the event and upon the completion of a post-event feedback survey which allows us to tailor future Pulse 365 VIRTUAL events to meet your learning and development needs.


Robert Tulloh
Prof Robert Tulloh
Professor of Paediatric Cardiology, Societi, The UK Foundation for Kawasaki Disease
Ananya Choudhury
Prof Ananya Choudhury
Chair and Honorary Consultant in Clinical Oncology, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
Nadi Gupta
Dr Nadi Gupta
Consultant GU/HIV Physician, Rotherham Sexual Health Services
Sara Perkins
 Sara Perkins
Senior Specialist Renal & Transplant Pharmacist at North Bristol NHS Trust