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RGPAS Conference Student Scholarships 2017

 

Twitter hashtag: #RGPAS17

Student workshop at RGPAS16

Things are heating up for this year’s RGPAS 2017 conference, to be held in Inverness on 2-4 November.  A full programme is planned, spanning a range of topics relevant to rural general practice.  Click here for the latest conference programme.

We are pleased to announce that following the success of student scholarships being offered for the last 3 years, we will once again be offering RGPAS Conference Student Scholarships.

Year on year we aim to build on feedback, including a session specifically for students and trainees which is being led by the current NES GP Rural Fellows – should be a great session.

Never have I been to a conference so friendly, so relaxed, and so full of life.

Read more in student Catherine Lawrence’s conference review

What’s on offer?

Student scholarships are available for a greatly reduced rate: £10 (reduced from £130) for the full programme – including the conference dinner with wine too!  We will also provide accommodation (bed & breakfast) for Thursday and Friday nights – shared twin room, same gender – of up to ten students who register for the event.

The cost of this is being funded from the RGPAS Educational Fund.  Income for this fund includes the proceeds of the donations made for advertising on RuralGP.com, our conference sponsors and other activities that RGPAS carries out to fundraise over the year.

Who’s eligible to apply?

You must be an undergraduate medical student at a UK university (intercalated, international and mature students welcome to apply).  We are keen to hear from any students who have an interest in general or rural practice.

How do I apply?

We want to hear your ideas!  We ask all scholarship applicants to record 60 seconds of audio or video, outlining your bright idea for the future of rural practice.  Is there a technological innovation that you think is untapped?  How do we use new clinical approaches to improve the care of our patients?  How do we improve the working lives of rural GPs and their colleagues?

 

 

Email us at hello@ruralgp.scot with the subject “Students #RGPAS17” along with your submission (a file, or even better a link to a Dropbox/YouTube/Vimeo movie, or Soundcloud audio) and the following details about yourself:

  • Your name
  • Your university
  • Contact address & mobile
  • If you require accommodation, and confirmation of whether this is required for both nights
  • Confirmation that you intend to attend the conference from Thursday lunchtime to Saturday lunchtime
  • Title of your submission
  • “I consent to my presentation being made available on RuralGP.com, RuralGP.scot and affiliated websites/social media”.

Closing date for applications is 15th September.  Successful applicants will be notified by the end of September at latest.  Those successful applicants will then be invited to register and make £10 payment using our online booking facility to secure their place.

Present your vision

We will be featuring a special session on the Friday afternoon of the conference, aimed to bring together students’ visions for the future of rural practice.  From those students who have received a scholarship, we will select several to present a short powerpoint presentation – of 20 slides each advancing after 20 seconds.  This format is often called ‘Pecha Kucha’ and there is a wealth of advice and tips on the internet about how to make a good Pecha Kucha presentation.

The format allows us to feature a number of short, snappy presentations of just over 6 minutes each, and give students and trainees a podium to share their views on the future of rural practice.  Slides can include text, but the more photos the better!  We will let you know if your ideas have been selected for presentation very soon after the deadline, and you can download a template powerpoint file here.

Any questions?  Email hello@ruralgp.scot

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Rural GPs Scotland (RGPAS) Conference 2017 – registration open

Realising Realistic Rural Medicine

Twitter hashtag: #RGPAS17

Click to visit www.RuralGP.scot

The annual RGPAS (Rural GP’s Association of Scotland) conference will be held on Thursday 2nd to Saturday 4th November 2017, at the Craigmonie Hotel in Inverness.

Once again, we hope to welcome both new and experienced rural health professionals, and we have a stimulating programme lined up to cover a wide spectrum of topics which are relevant to rural general practice in Scotland.  You can view information, statistics and feedback from previous conferences here.

This year, conference registrations should be made online.  Until September 1st, registration will be restricted for current RGPAS members.  After September 1st, registration will be open to all.

The cost of conference registration is £130, which includes catering (including Thursday lunch for RGPAS members attending the morning event), the conference dinner and wine on the Thursday evening.  There are no single-day tickets and we hope that this is seen as excellent value for a 2.5-3 day conference.

Trainees can register for £65 (half price), and students who are successful in achieving a student scholarship will be asked to pay a nominal £10 registration fee.

Accommodation should be booked directly with the Craigmonie Hotel (01463 231 649) – unless you wish to stay elsewhere – and special rates are available on mentioning that you are attending the RGPAS conference.

Click here for RGPAS 2017 Online Registration

Never have I been to a conference so friendly, so relaxed, and so full of life.


Programme

Thursday 2nd November 2017

This year, an RGPAS Members-Only meeting will be held on Thursday morning, to which all RGPAS members are invited.  Lunch will be served to attending members after this session, following which the main conference will open.

0930 Registration for RGPAS morning

1000 RGPAS members update :: Dr David Hogg & Dr Angus MacTaggart (Chair & Vice-Chair, RGPAS)

1030 The Scottish Rural Medicine Collaborative :: Ralph Roberts (Chair, SRMC)

1100 The New GP Contract :: Dr Andrew Buist (Deputy Chair, BMA Scottish GP Committee)

1130 Open Discussion

1230 Lunch (provided to members attending above session)

Lunch for non-members can be organised with the Craigmonie Hotel by prior arrangement – please contact them directly.

1300 Main Conference Registration

1330 Main Conference Welcome & welcome to students :: Dr David Hogg & Dr Catherine Todd

GPs don’t do OOH any more do we? (Session Chair: Kate Dawson)

1345 Cases Presentation :: Susan Bowie (Rural GP, Hillswick, Shetland)… and others TBC

1415 NHS24: Challenges and Opportunities :: Dr Laura Ryan (Associate Medical Director, NHS 24)

1445 ScotSTAR: Update on Service Development :: Dr Drew Inglis (Associate Medical Director, ScotSTAR)

1515 The SAR helicopter service in Scotland: what has changed? :: Duncan Tripp (Winchman Paramedic, Bristow Search & Rescue)

1545 Open Discussion

1615 Coffee Break

1630 Rural LGBTQ+ :: Dr Thom O’Neill (Paediatric Clinical Research Fellow, Edinburgh) including update on latest RGPAS work

1710 The Echo Project :: Dr Catherine Todd (GP, The Highland Hospice)

1730 Finish

Dinner is included in the registration fee for all delegates. Dress is smart casual. Some limited tickets are available for partners or colleagues who wish to join us. Details soon.

1930 Conference Dinner at the Craigmonie Hotel

After Dinner Speaker: Tom Morton “The Rural Doctor’s Wife (!)”


Friday 3rd November

0815 Breakfast Mentoring Session (Students/New Doctors)

0900 Rural Emergency Medicine Update :: Dr Luke Regan (Emergency Physician, Raigmore Hospital)

0930 Can I Really Be Sued for This? :: Dr Gordon McDavid (Medicolegal Adviser, Medical Protection Society)

Realistic Medicine Workshops

1000 Realising Rural Realistic Medicine in Remote Practice :: Dr Kath Jones (Clinical Director, NHS Highland North & West)

1030 Coffee

1100 Breakout Session 1 (40 minutes)

  • Realistic Research:Why Every Rural GP Should Consider Research :: Prof Phil Wilson (Director, Centre for Rural Health, Inverness)
  • Realistic Work/Life: Managing the chaos of family life and Rural GPing- finding your village :: Dr Alida MacGregor (Rural GP, Kyles Medical Centre, Tighnabruaich)
  • Realistic Resuscitation: Simulation Session  (EMRS & Mobile Skills Unit)

1150 Breakout Session 2 (40 minutes)

  • Realistic Dispensing ::Dr Hal Maxwell (Scottish Representative, Dispensing Doctors Association)
  • Realistic Collaboration: The Echo Project :: Dr Catherine Todd (GP, The Highland Hospice)
  • Realistic Resuscitation: Simulation Session  (EMRS & Mobile Skills Unit)

1230 Lunch

1330 Pecha Kucha Sessions

  • The PILL project :: Dr Richard Weekes (Rural GP, Ullapool & Additional Member, RGPAS Committee)
  • Scholarship Presentation: Rural WONCA Conference & Clinical Courage :: Dr David Hogg (Rural GP, Isle of Arran)
  • GURRMS Annual Student Conference :: Josephine Bellhouse (Medical Student & Secretary, Glasgow University Remote & Rural Medicine Society)
  • Scholarship Presentation: Journey to Mexico :: Dr Mark Aquilina (Rural GP, Lochgoilhead & Shetland)
  • Selected Student Scholarship presentations

1430 Coffee

1500 AGM – all welcome – agenda items to Dr Susan Bowie (Secretary) by 24th October

(Parallel Emergency Medicine simulation session will be run  for students and trainees)

1730 Finish

1930 Dinner in Inverness (Shapla Restaurant – TBC)


Saturday 4th November

0900 EMRS Clinical Update morning with Clinical Skills Unit

Clinical update sessions including hands-on clinical skills, simulation sessions in the mobile skills unit and general updates about the ScotSTAR retrieval service.

0930 Visit to Bristow Search & Rescue Helicopter Base, Dalcross, Inverness Airport

Transport leaves Craigmonie Hotel sharp at 0930.  This session is aimed at students and trainees, however if rural GPs wish to attend this, we will endeavour to meet demand for this.

1230 Conference Close

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Rural GPs Scotland (RGPAS) Conference 2016 – registration open

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The annual RGPAS (Rural GP’s Association of Scotland) conference will be held on Thursday 3rd and Friday 4th November 2016, at the Craigmonie Hotel in Inverness.

Once again, we hope to welcome both new and experienced rural health professionals, and we have a stimulating programme lined up to cover a wide spectrum of topics which are relevant to rural general practice in Scotland.


Programme

The latest programme will be kept updated here: http://scotland.ruralgp.com/conferences/

Thursday 3rd November 2016

(Lunch can be organised with the Craigmonie Hotel by prior arrangement – please contact them directly).

1330 Registration & Tea/Coffee

1400 Introduction :: Dr David Hogg (Rural GP, Isle of Arran)

1415 Rural Medicine – a Norwegian Perspective :: Dr Helen Brandstorp (National Centre of Rural Medicine, Tromso, Norway)

1445 Transfers Workshop :: Dr Iain Cromarty (Rural GP, Isle of Hoy) 

1450 Initial response and getting people away to hospital :: Dr Iain Cromarty

1505 Stabilisation & Treatment in the Rural Hospital :: Dr Kate Dawson (Rural GP, Benbecula)

1520 Transfer & the role of ScotSTAR Retrieval Teams :: Dr Sarah Maclean (Senior Clinical Fellow in Aeromedical Retrieval, EMRS/ScotSTAR)

1535 Discussion & Comments

1600 Refreshments

1620 Legal Highs  – should we be worried? … and other A&E Hot Topics :: Dr Luke Regan (Emergency Physician, Raigmore Hospital)

1700 Rural GP & Humanitarian Work: A Journey to Congo, Pakistan and beyond :: Dr Catherine Sutherland (Rural GP Fellow, Isle of Arran & MSF Volunteer)

1930 Conference Dinner :: Venue TBC

2200 Music Session at The Craigmonie Bar :: Open to all musicians, hummers, spoon-players…


Friday 4th November

0815 Breakfast Mentoring Session 

0900 LGBT Youth in Rural Communities :: Dr Thom O’Neill (Paediatric Clinical Research Fellow, NHS Lothian)

0945 BASICS Scotland Update :: Dr Ben Price (Assistant Clinical Director, BASICS Scotland & GP, Auchterarder)

1000 Sandpiper Trust: We Want to Support You :: Aly Dickson (Founding Trustee, The Sandpiper Trust)

1015 Rural Prehospital Care: Discussion

1025 Remote Island Medicine in Tanzania :: Dr Isla Hislop (Sessional Rural GP)

1045 Refreshments

Parallel Session A:

1100 Finding your Inner Teaching Mojo (Undergraduate Teaching Workshop) :: Dr Jim Finlayson

1145 GP IT Reprovisioning for Rural Practice in Scotland :: Speaker TBC

Parallel Session B: For Students & New Doctors :: Led by Dr Gemma Munro and GP Rural Fellows 2016-17

1100 Workshop: So You Want to Be a Rural GP?  Tips & experiences on what makes it fab

1215 Lunch

1300 The Challenges of Rural Medicine: New Models of Delivery :: Dr Charlie Siderfin (Rural GP, Orkney)

1330 Getting into rural research :: Prof Phil Wilson (Centre for Rural Health, Inverness)

1400 Pecha Kucha Presentations (back by popular demand) – presentations where a maximum of 20 slides auto-advance every 20 seconds, thus being able to keep lots of presentations to time!

Consortium of Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships, Toronto :: Dr Chris Williams (University of Dundee)

Invitational Symposium on Rural Health, Tromso (Norway) :: Dr David Hogg (Rural GP, Isle of Arran)

A Medical Elective on the Isle of Arran :: James McHugh (Glasgow University)

A Medical Elective on South Uist :: Michael Durbar (FY1, Complex Care Medicine, Royal Bolton Hospital, Lancashire)

Selected Medical Student Innovations (TBC)

1445 Refreshments

1500 AGM – all welcome

Including reports and standing items

Update from the Scottish Rural Medicine Collaborative Update (Dr Chris Williams)

University GP Societies – what can we do to support them?

Hot topics & representations

1700 Conference Closing Comments


For details about our student scholarships, please see this page.  Please also note our heavily discounted fees for students and trainees.

To register, please email hello@ruralgp.scot .

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RGPAS Conference Student Scholarships 2016

Twitter hashtag: #RGPAS16

Craigmonie Hotel, Inverness

Craigmonie Hotel, Inverness

Things are heating up for this year’s RGPAS 2016 conference, to be held in Inverness on 3-4 November.  A full programme is planned, spanning a range of topics relevant to rural general practice.

We are pleased to announce that following the success of student scholarships being offered for the last 2 years, we will once again be offering RGPAS Conference Student Scholarships.

As of 7th October, all student scholarships have been allocated following a large number of fantastic applications. You may still be able to register for the conference by emailing hello@ruralgp.scot however spaces are limited now for the conference too, so please email to check first. Thanks.

What’s on offer?

Last year we received some great feedback about the event, most of which was really positive.  This year we have built on feedback, including a session specifically for students and trainees which is being led by the current NES GP Rural Fellows – should be a great session.

Read student feedback from last year (pdf)

We will cover the accommodation costs for Thursday night (shared twin room, same gender) of up to ten students who register for the event.

In addition, we have arranged a greatly reduced rate for all students who wish to attend – £10 conference fee (reduced from £120) for the full programme.  The cost of this is being funded from the RGPAS Educational Fund.  Income for this fund includes the proceeds of the donations made for advertising on RuralGP.com.

Who’s eligible to apply?

You must be an undergraduate medical student at a Scottish university (intercalated, international and mature students welcome to apply).  We are keen to hear from any students who have an interest in general or rural practice.

How do I apply?

Just complete the form below – closing date Friday 7th October 2016.  We’ll get back to you a few days after the closing date, either to confirm your success, or to outline other options for accommodation.

Present your vision

We will be featuring a special session on the Friday afternoon of the conference, aimed to bring together students’ and trainees’ “2020” visions of rural practice.  From those students who have received a scholarship, we will select several to present a short powerpoint presentation – of 20 slides each advancing after 20 seconds.  This format is often called ‘Pecha Kucha’ and there is a wealth of advice and tips on the internet about how to make a good Pecha Kucha presentation.

The format will allow us to feature a number of short, snappy presentations of just over 6 minutes, and give students and trainees a podium to share their views on the future of rural practice.  Slides can be text, but the more photos the better!  We will let you know if your ideas have been selected for presentation very soon after the deadline, and you can download a template powerpoint file here.

Application Form

All scholarships now allocated.

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RGPAS Conference Student Scholarships 2015

Update 18/10/15: Thanks for all students who have applied for scholarships. We still have a few *non-accommodated* scholarships remaining, so if you can find your own place to stay, please complete the form below and we’ll get back to you.

Twitter hashtag: #RGPAS15

Craigmonie Hotel, Inverness

Craigmonie Hotel, Inverness

Things are heating up for this year’s RGPAS 2015 conference, to be held in Inverness from Thursday 5th November.  A full programme is planned, spanning a range of topics relevant to rural general practice.

We are pleased to announce that following the run away success last year, we will once again be offering RGPAS Conference Student Scholarships – to enable Scottish medical students to attend with expenses paid.  In addition we have subsidised the cost of student registration fees, to make it more possible for students who have an interest in rural practice, to attend.

What’s on offer?

  • 8 free student places, including Thursday night’s accommodation at the Craigmonie Hotel (or nearby alternative accommodation if necessary)
  • 8 free students places (not including accommodation)
  • a reduced rate for all other students who wish to attend – £25 conference fee (reduced from £120) for the full programme

The cost of this is being funded from the RGPAS Educational Fund.  Income for this fund includes the proceeds of the donations made for advertising on RuralGP.com.

Who’s eligible to apply?

You must be an undergraduate medical student at a Scottish university (intercalated, international and mature students also welcome to apply).  We are keen to hear from any students who have an interest in general or rural practice.

How do I apply?

Simples… complete the form below – closing date Wednesday 14th October 2015.  We’ll get back to you a few days after the closing date, either to confirm you’ve been successful with a scholarship, or to offer you a discounted rate to attend the conference.

Present your vision

We will be featuring a special session on the Friday afternoon of the conference, aimed to bring together students’ and trainees’ “2020” visions of rural practice.  For this, you will be expected to present a short powerpoint presentation – of 20 slides each advancing after 20 seconds.  This format is often called ‘Pecha Kucha’ and there is a wealth of advice and tips on the internet about how to make a good Pecha Kucha presentation.

The format will allow us to feature a number of short, snappy presentations of just over 6 minutes, and give students and trainees a podium to share their views on the future of rural practice.  Slides can be text, but the more photos the better!  We will let you know if your ideas have been selected for presentation very soon after the deadline, and you can download a template powerpoint file here.

Application Form

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Rural GPs Scotland (RGPAS) Conference 2015 – Programme now available

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The annual RGPAS (Rural GP’s Association of Scotland) conference will be held on Thursday 5th to Saturday 7th November 2015.  As with tradition, it will once again be held at the Craigmonie Hotel in Inverness.

The programme includes a keynote speech from Dr John Wynn-Jones, Chair of the WONCA Working Party on Rural Practice.  He will speak about “Expanding Rural Horizons – What Benefits of International Collaboration?”.

Other speakers on Thursday (registration at 0930h) include:

  • Dr Penny Lockwood, with exciting plans to offer an intercalated degree in Rural Health at Dundee University
  • Dr Kim Miller from Aberdeen University will provide an update about undergraduate training
  • Dr David Cunningham from NES will speak about “Rural CPD and NES – What Can We Offer You?”
  • Dr Andrew Buist will provide an update from the BMA about the proposed 2017 Scottish GP Contract
  • Dr David Binnie, GP from Colonsay will present an audit on Emergency Activity on the island
  • Dr Helen Robinson will speak about the ‘Singlehanded’ Project
  • Dr Chris Williams will inspire, inform and enthuse us all to realise the benefits of social media!

… followed by an informal dinner at Sam’s Indian Cuisine.

Friday’s line up (starting at 0900h) includes:

  • Mr Steven Ross from Raigmore Hospital, with a pragmatic update on ENT presentations
  • Dr Hamish Greig will discuss the opportunities and considerations of using ultrasound in rural general practice
  • Andy Newiss of Clements Accountants will discuss maintaining profitability and viability in rural practice
  • Dr Drew Inglis of the EMRS Team will tell us about the latest efforts to improve connectivity in rural Scotland

After lunch, Dr David Hogg will lead a session aimed at students and trainees – but open to all – on ‘Rural Practice and Me’.  Watch this space!  This will be followed by the RGPAS AGM – again open to all, and which often involves lively and informative debate.

… a conference dinner will then be held in the hotel.

On Saturday we are welcoming a visit from the EMRS squad, who will provide a number of practical work stations to brush up on emergency care skills.

For details about our student scholarships, please see this page.
Please note that the conference delegate fee for all students, FYs, Trainees and Rural Fellows is £25 – reduced from £120!

For booking form and programme, see the links below.  Hope to see you there!

Programme 2015  Booking Form

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GP Rural Fellowships in Scotland – now recruiting

10090292646_b973088caa_zFancy having a year to experience the challenges and stimulation of being a Rural GP?  Details of the 2015 round of GP Rural Fellowships is now available, and applications are invited now.

The fellowships, part of an established programme of fellowships run by NHS Education for Scotland, are aimed at qualified GPs who wish to experience a year of rural practice, as part of a supported programme of education, practical experience and peer contact.

The one-year GP Rural Fellowships represent an opportunity to work in Scotland to develop the generalist skills required to work in some of the most beautiful areas of our country. There are two types of Rural Fellowship – ‘Standard’ and ‘Acute Care’. In addition the choice of Fellowships has been increased, so a wider range of locations is now available.

  • The ‘standard’ GP Rural Fellowship option based on the curriculum for rural practice developed by the Remote and Rural Training Pathways Group (GP sub-group Final Report Sept 2007).
  • The newer GP Acute Care Rural Fellowship option based on the, GP Acute Care Competencies work following from the agreement of the Framework for the Sustainability of Services and the Medical Workforce in Remote Acute Care Community Hospitals.

These posts have been particularly attractive to newly/recently qualified GPs, but are open to all GPs who are interested in working in rural practice.

Further information about these posts is available on the NES website, and the practices/hospitals involved with the Fellowship programme are very happy to hear from anyone interested in finding out more.

Closing date is 23rd April 2015

Photo by Bernard Blanc, used under Creative Commons licence

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Making sure your medical student has a good time

LGlasgow University has recently created an online forum for its medical student tutors.  This week a great resource was highlighted, which is relevant to all (including the wider practice team) involved in medical student teaching.

The presentation is called ‘There’s a student coming next week…” – which accurately reflects the feeling that I think most of us have – we want to do the best for our students, and yet with everything else going on, the imminent arrival of our next student can catch us with a bit of surprise!

I have reproduced the presentation below, with the kind permission of its author Prof Cathy Jackson.  She is happy for it to be shared wider, particularly if it encourages more practices to take part in medical student teaching and provide a great experience for them.

Download the presentation here (PDF 366KB)

 

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Raby A&E Radiology Survival Course

The next A&E Radiology Survival Course (run by Nigel Raby et al) will be held on Thursday 18th December at Glasgow Medical School.

This well established event is known for focussing on the essentials: tips, tricks and pitfalls of interpreting plain radiography in the A&E department.  You can find a more personal review of the course here.

Nigel is co-author of the bestselling A&E Radiology Survival Guide (link to Amazon.co.uk) – of which the Third Edition has recently been published.

Is this course relevant to me?

Nigel and his lecture team cover the evaluation of skeletal trauma. It does not detail or classify obvious fractures but starts from the premise that “this xray looks normal to me, am I missing anything“?

It provides methods of systematic inspection and what to look for.

Cost £100 for course only or £130 for course PLUS copy of book

Date :   Thursday 18th December

Venue:   Glasgow Medical School

Full details and online registration at www.xraysurvivalguide.org

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BASICS Scotland Clinical Governance meeting: Tue 7th October

BASICS Responders provide prehospital care across Scotland, especially in rural and remote areas.

BASICS Responders provide prehospital care across Scotland, especially in rural and remote areas.

All members of BASICS Scotland are invited to join the next BASICS Scotland clinical governance meeting, on Tuesday 7th October from 6.30pm – 8pm.

Now running for over a year, these offer responders across Scotland the opportunity to hear and contribute to case discussion, clinical updates, activity reports and general discussion about prehospital care.  All are welcome, no matter what level of expertise/experience you have.  And it can all be done from home or work – via Adobe Connect – works through any up to date web browser with Adobe Flash Player installed which is straightforward to set up. There are also apps available for Apple and Android devices.

Members should have already received emails about these meetings, but for any queries you can contact the office directly at clinicalgovernance@basics-scotland.org.uk to register, and for technical advice about setting up your computer.  Broadband speeds down to 1Mb/s can be supported, so don’t let slow connectivity put you off – the faster the better.

We try to select a range of cases for discussion, to highlight both technical and non-technical skills – for everyone including rural GPs, hospital doctors and nurse responders.  For this meeting, there will be some focus on traumatic cardiac arrest, and how this might be managed in the resource-limited setting.

Members can also access recordings of previous meetings at the Clinical Governance ‘vault’ – login to the BASICS Scotland website, then click this link.

Hope to see you there!

Richard Price, John Ferris, David Hogg

BASICS Scotland Clinical Governance team

 

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