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Rare Diseases

6 December 2022
CPD: 3

On 6 December, we will be hosting our first ever Pulse 365 Virtual: Rare Diseases conference.

Taking a whistle-stop tour through some of the rare diseases most likely to cross the threshold of your consulting room, this event will tackle topics not usually seen on the agenda, from inherited cardiac conditions to Kawasaki disease.

Aside from getting invaluable CPD and professional knowledge, you will also be able to take part in the Q&A sessions and network with your fellow GPs.

Don’t miss out, sign up for free today to access this exclusive and highly informative virtual programme tackling some unusual topics. Full details on the agenda and speakers to follow soon, stay tuned!

Why register:

  1. Hear an update on some challenging conditions, with sessions tailored specifically for GPs
  2. Learn from GPs and consultants across a range of specialisms
  3. Earn a half day of CPD for your portfolio
  4. Gain access to a handful of other webinars and eLearning modules, free via Pulse 365

 

* 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.

Speakers

Yassir Javaid
Speaker
Dr Yassir Javaid
MA (Cantab) FRCP FRCGP PGDip Cardiology. Cardiovascular and diabetes lead Northamptonshire CCG, primary care CVD lead East Midlands Clinical Network (2013-2020)
Robert Tulloh
Speaker
Prof Robert Tulloh
Professor of Paediatric Cardiology, Societi, The UK Foundation for Kawasaki Disease
Guy Negretti
Speaker
Mr Guy Negretti
Consultant Opthalmologist, Moorfields Eye Hospital AND Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust
Will Evans
Speaker
Dr Will Evans
GP Leeds; GPwSI Clinical Genetics, Yorkshire Regional Genetics Service; Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Nottingham

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