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Pulse Virtual: Long Term Conditions, Rare Diseases and Urology

16-17 July 2024
CPD: 10.5

Pulse Virtual July 2024 | Online Rare Diseases and Urology event for busy GPs

Sign up for the summer instalment of Pulse Virtual with the July event: Long Term Conditions, Rare Diseases and Urology. Across two days, 16-17 July, this free-to-attend virtual clinical event will bring you up to speed in a convenient and easy way. Dip in and out, attend every session, or catch-up On-Demand: how you join us is up to you – that’s the benefit of being part of Pulse 365.

Our agendas are developed after research with your peers as well as experts in healthcare, therefore you can trust the quality of the talks on offer. Supported by Pulse, this free long term conditions, rare diseases and urology event for GPs is a great opportunity to continue your professional development.

Tickets for this online clinical event for GPs are completely free. GPs and GP Trainees are welcome to join at any point throughout the two days – fitting in their learning accordingly around clinics and other obligations. We will be recording a selection of talks during the event which will then be made available through our On-Demand service, thereby providing ample opportunity for further study.

“Good topics and the presenters were great! Definitely made you feel confident in the management of your patients.” – Dr Kashif Ali, General Practitioner, February 2024 attendee

“Very informative event with good quality presentations and an interactive session towards the end. This was my first time but I loved it and planning to always attend in future.” – Dr Maria Ahmad, Salaried GP, February 2024 attendee

You can now book your ticket – click here to register today.

Make sure you attend this online clinical event for GPs, where you will benefit from:

  1. A research-based clinical agenda covering hot topics in primary care alongside preventative care strategies and NICE updates;
  2. The chance to take part in live Q&A sessions with our speakers, also hearing from your peers;
  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 as well as access to speakers’ presentations**

Given these points, we know you will benefit from attending and we look forward to welcoming you online in July.


*Please note topics are subject to change

**Any presentations we have permission to share will be accessible after the event. There will be a post-event feedback survey to complete. 

***We would like to thank our sponsors for sponsoring this meeting. This includes pharmaceutical companies Astellas Pharma Ltd and AstraZeneca UK. They have had no editorial input into or control over the agenda, content development or choice of speakers, nor opportunity to influence except for the sponsored symposia presentations.


Matea Deliu
Dr Matea Deliu
Associate Medical Director, GP, One Health Lewisham
Helen Storr
Prof Helen Storr
Queen Mary University of London Professor and Honorary Consultant Paediatric Endocrinologist
Rob Murray
 Rob Murray
Consultant Endocrinologist, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Honorary Associate Professor, University of Leeds, Training Program Director D&E, HEEYH
Julie Oliver
Dr Julie Oliver
GPwSI gynaecology and Chair of PCWHF