Interested in hosting a workshop?
Are you a cancer alliance or primary care commissioner and interested in hosting a workshop?
CRUK RCGP faculty workshops are educationally focused workshops to support ‘jobbing’ GPs to enhance their role in primary care and cancer control, and gain RCGP academic credit.
The aims of the workshops are to provide an evidence based, clinically relevant update for primary care focused on prevention and early diagnosis of cancer. Workshops typically have between 40 and 70 delegates and are supported by local RCGP faculty and Cancer Research UK facilitator team.
Each agenda is developed in partnership with CRUK, RCGP, cancer alliances and commissioners, and provides the opportunity to showcase local projects and developments to improve cancer survival. These workshops are interactive and include a mix of expert presentations, group discussions and question and answer sessions.
The workshops evaluate well with delegates who share the impact from each workshop through their top 3 key take-home messages and commitment to change pledge on how they plan to implement the practical knowledge gained into everyday practice in primary care.
Evaluation of our 2018 faculty workshops
- Delegates rated their awareness of evidence based smoking interventions as high or very high was 29% pre-workshop and 87% post workshop.
- Awareness of the link between obesity and cancer as high or very high was 35% pre-workshop and 87% post workshop.
- Knowledge and understanding of NG 12 – Recognition and referral of suspected cancer as high or very high was 30% pre- workshop and 90% post workshop.
- 90% of participants rated the workshop as extremely or very likely to improve their practice.
- 90% of participants rated the workshop and extremely or very relevant to their role.
In 2019/20 Cancer Research UK and the Royal College of General Practitioners will support 4 workshops for jobbing GPs, as part of the Primary Care and Cancer Matters joint programme. These workshops are free to attend. Please click on the link below to view the agenda and register.
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