CamEd March 2018 event at the RCGP

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CamEd March 2018 event at the RCGP

There is a morning session covering Homelessness and another covering on COPD Spirometry and Assessment. Details can be found below.

There will be a session covering End of Life Care in the afternoon and the booking for this will open shortly.

Please remember that lunch is from 1pm to 2pm.


Homelessness — Morning

Thursday, 15th March 2018 / 9.00am

The Homelessness service under the Universal Offer aims at improving access, reducing  inequalities and providing flexible person-centered healthcare arrangements that meets the primary health needs of the vulnerable homeless population in Camden.
This is a mandatory event for the Homeless Lead Clinician to attend. Please be advised that practices are to discuss lesson learned and impact of the homeless educational event with their practice members and to then submit the action plan survey via citizen space.

There will be an opportunity to have questions answered, share concerns, ideas and experiences during the event.


As part of the Universal offer backfill is available
1 x Lead Clinician     £250 (mandatory)
1 x Practice Nurse     £140 (optional but recommended)
Action Plan Survey £150 (submission via citizen space :deadline 01/05/2018)
Note:  No extra payment will be made should a practice send more than one representative in each category.

09.00 - 09.30


09.30 - 09.35


09.35 - 09.45

Patient story

09.45 - 10.30

Presentation- Homelessness flow, needs and expectations

10.30 - 11.00

Homelessness Network

11.00 - 11.15


11.15 - 11.40

Early Homelessness Prevention Service

11.40 - 12.10

Citizens Advice

12.10 - 13.00

Case Discussion and questions

Spirometry and Assessment – COPD Diagnosis — Morning

Thursday, 15th March 2018 / 9.00am

This session is for GPs and clinicians who are currently providing, or want to provide, Quality Assured Spirometry (QAS) with a view to diagnose COPD. It will mainly cover the theory with a chance to apply knowledge in interpretation of some real patient traces. In more detail: what is Quality Assured Spirometry, who should have spirometry, the pitfalls to look out for, when to consider asthma as a diagnosis, interpretation of spirometry traces and when and who to refer to if the diagnosis remains unclear. There will be other sessions advertised including the practicalities of setting up Quality Assured Spirometry during next year.


£250 for ONE GP PER PRACTICE for the session ONLY
£140 for ONE Practice Nurse PER PRACTICE for the session ONLY
£70 for ONE HCA PER PRACTICE for the session ONLY
£175 for ONE Physician Associate PER PRACTICE for the session ONLY


RCGP, 30 Euston Square, London, NW1 2FB