At BACO 2020 we will be hosting a special dedicated day for GPs and allied health professionals involved in the care of ENT patients, taking place on 9 July. All are welcome to attend, although the day is designed to be of most benefit to:
- General Practitioners, especially those with an extended role in ENT
- Physician Associates
- Clinical Nurse Specialists who care for ENT and Head and Neck patients.
The academic content for the day has been developed around topics requested by a focus group of GPs. There will be an emphasis on when to refer to secondary care, as well as expertise in oral lesions, voice and swallowing. There will be case-based discussions in otology, difficult referrals for rhinosinusitis and paediatrics, and we will be introducing our virtual learning platform, a new resource which we hope attendees will find useful to them in the future. There will be opportunities to question the panel, discuss cases, as well as to network and share information across disciplines.
All content will be relevant to the GP curriculum, the Physician Associate curriculum and also the New Medical Licensing Assessment content map from the GMC, which will be of particular interest to all who have a responsibility for the training of future doctors.
5 CPD points will be available for participants.
Attendance for the day costs only £125 (+VAT) for registration plus a full year’s membership of ENT UK, including access to all e-learning resources. Registration without membership is just £100 (+VAT). ENT UK membership is separately available to GPs and allied health professionals for a discounted rate of only £6.25 per month.
You can hear Philippa Tostevin, ENT UK’s Education Director, discuss the GP and Allied Professionals Day in the video below, or to find out more about the day, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
9.30-10.00am Registration and refreshments
10.00am Welcome and outline of the day (Philippa Tostevin, Consultant ENT Surgeon and Director of Education ENT UK)
10.15am ElefENT and the new GP education Library (James Tysome, Consultant Otologist and Director of e-learning for ENT UK)
10.45am Current management of children in ENT, including when to refer children to secondary care (Nneka Eze, Consultant Paediatric ENT Surgeon)
11.30am Current management of patients with rhinosinusitis, including when to refer to secondary care (Raj Lakhani, Consultant Rhinologist)
12.15pm Panel discussion Q&A (all morning speakers)
1.30pm Case-based discussion of ear disease in general practice (Wendy Smith, Consultant Otologist, Education lead for the BSO)
2.15pm Current management of oral lesions (Catherine Spinou, Consultant Head and Neck Surgeon, BACO project lead)
3.00pm Management of voice disorders and dysphagia (Lucy Hicklin, Consultant Laryngologist)
3.45-4.15 pm Panel discussion and Q&A (all afternoon speakers).