GP ‘Train the Trainer' workshops resources

Are you a Head of GP School or Training Programme Director interested in hosting a free GP trainer’s workshop in your region on the enhanced role of primary care in cancer control?

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Cancer Research UK and Royal College of GPs partner with local HEE post graduate medical education teams to deliver a free 1 day GP ‘Train the Trainers” workshop.

Our aims are:

  • To provide a relevant evidence based cancer update specifically tailored to GP trainers.
  • Raise awareness and explore why cancer is different
  • Sign post and provide practical evidence based tools to support delivery of practice learning sessions and GP trainee tutorials.
  • Provide networking opportunities for GP trainers

Agenda, presentations and evaluations of the pilot workshops CRUK and RCGP did in 2017/18 with the Health Education West Midlands/Post Graduate Medical Education Team.

Agenda

Introduction to the Wessex Facilitator team - Bridget Wright & Christine Nagle, Facilitator Managers

Primary Care and Cancer Matters - where are we now and where are we heading?
Dr Richard Roope, RCGP and Cancer Research UK Clinical Champion for Cancer

Primary Care Role in Cancer Prevention –  how can we do it?
Linda Bauld, Professor of Public Health, University of Edinburgh & Cancer Research UK, Deputy Director, UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies

Early Diagnosis of Cancer - Recognition and Referral of Suspected Cancer (NICE Guidelines 12) – What has changed?
Dr Richard Roope, RCGP and Cancer Research UK Clinical Champion for Cancer

Analysis from Learning Events (SEAs) and Educational Tools
Dr Pawan Randev, CRUK GP Lead East Midlands & GP trainer 
Presentation and Q&A

Agenda

Primary Care and Cancer Matters. Where are we now and where are we heading?
Dr Richard Roope, RCGP and Cancer Research UK Clinical Champion for Cancer

Primary Care Role in Cancer Prevention
Professor Linda Bauld, University of Edinburgh & Cancer Research 

Early Diagnosis of Cancer - Recognition and Referral of Suspected Cancer (NICE Guidelines 12) – What has changed?
Dr Richard Roope, RCGP and Cancer Research UK Clinical Champion for Cancer

Analysis from Learning Event Audits (SEAs) and Educational Tools for Trainers. 
Dr Pawan Randev, CRUK GP Lead East Midlands 
Recording of that session to be uploaded soon

The Expanding Role of Primary Care and Cancer Control – where are we now and where are we heading?
Dr Richard Roope, RCGP and Cancer Research UK Clinical Champion for Cancer

How and why should we support smoking cessation when time and money are against us. What does mean for GP trainers?
Dr Alex Bobak, Wandsworth GP and Cancer Research UK Smoking Cessation Trainer 

Early Diagnosis of Cancer - Recognition and Referral of Suspected Cancer (NICE Guidelines 12) – What has changed?
Dr Richard Roope, RCGP and Cancer Research UK Clinical Champion for Cancer

Analysis from Learning Event Audits (SEAs) and Educational Tools for Trainers. 
Dr Pawan Randev, CRUK GP Lead East Midlands 
Presentation and Q&A

Agenda

Primary care and cancer matters
Dr Richard Roope, RCGP and Cancer Research UK Clinical Champion for Cancer

Primary Care Role in Cancer Prevention
Professor Linda Bauld, Edinburgh University & Cancer Research UK

Early Diagnosis of Cancer – NICE Guidelines 12
Dr Richard Roope, RCGP and Cancer Research UK Clinical Champion for Cancer

Learning Events (SEAs) and Educational Tools
Dr Pawan Randev, CRUK Strategic GP Lead East Midlands 

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