Pulse Learning Seminars ran their first seminar of 2017 in February, on dermatology. Pulse Learning Seminars are one-day intensive training on a series of key clinical areas that GPs face on a daily basis.
The seminars are designed specifically to provide GPs with a combination of in-depth clinical knowledge alongside practical tips on structuring consultations, spotting symptoms, prescribing and referrals.
The Pulse Learning Seminar on Dermatology took place on Tuesday 21st February at the Congress Centre, London.
The seminar covered a wide range of topics including: psoriasis, rosacea, and skin cancer. The sessions were delivered by GPs and other specialists in dermatology from across the UK.
An informative and useful exhibition ran alongside the seminar, featuring a selection of the top providers supporting dermatology. Delegates enjoyed networking and meeting with the exhibitors during the event.
What did our delegates think of the event?
The seminar received positive feedback with 94% of attendees saying they would recommend the event to a colleague.
“A well planned day spanning common topics in dermatology. Good course notes were provided. The speakers did not disappoint and aimed their material at primary care physicians, with useful practical tips and pointers.” Dr Sue Rutherford, GP
“This was the first Pulse event I have been to and was very impressed. The location, format of the day, calibre of speakers and level of detail in the talks was spot on. I shall certainly make an effort to come to more study days like this!” Dr Caroline Houlihan-Burne, GP
“Great day. Good variety of topics. Excellent enthusiastic speakers.” Dr Lindsey Rowland, GP
Further information about future seminars can be found here.