GP CPD Conference - Saturday 25th April 2015 Duxford

Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital are proud to announce their sixth GP CPD Conference. This event is part one of a two-part series this year.

Now with seven hours of CPD

The conference will be held at Imperial War Museum, Duxford, on Saturday 25th April 2015.

Why should I attend?
The all-day event will consist of a series of lectures and workshops. The day will provide you with seven hours of CPD.

  • Hear the cutting edge research and development on a mixture of specialties from the industry’s leading experts.
  • Examine novel diagnostic techniques and methods that can improve identifying early stages of various conditions.
  • Discuss advances and challenges in the development of treatment methods and strategies to improve patient treatment experiences and outcomes
  • An opportunity to meet and discuss cases with Cambridge University consultants and surgeons 
Title Description


Whats in the pipeline?

Male lower urinary tract symptoms, NICE, QOFs and novel treatments

Mr Nikesh Thiruchelvam

Whats holding you back?

An interactive workshop surrounding disorders of the back, legs, arms and neck in primary care, including management and diagnosis.

Miss Helen Fernandes and Mr James Noble

Listen hear!

Hearing and balance workshop: an interactive workshop covering the assessment, diagnosis and rehabilitation of hearing loss and balance disorders.


Mr James Tysome, Mr Neil Donnelley and Mr Patrick Axon


Bones before 50 and 3 key orthopaedic referrals - don't be the lame duck!

Discussion of bone health in childhood, adolescence and young/middle aged adults: Red flags for bones, how to assess and what advice to give. Followed by topics on arthroplasty, sports medicineand litigation.


Professor Cathy Speed and Mr Andrew Carrothers


Bottoms up!

Referral pathways into Digestive Diseases

 Mr Richard Miller

It’s my nose Doctor

 An interactive session covering nasal and sinus conditions, including image-guided nasal surgery, and introducing a multidisciplinary approach to neck lumps

Mr Brian Fish and Mr David McKiernan

Shouldering on

Shoulder and Elbow - assessment, examination and treatment including injections demonstration.

Mr Niel Kang, Mr Graham Tytherleigh-Strong and Mr Lee Van Rensburg

Directions to the Imperial War Museum

By car: Duxford is just south of Cambridge at Junction 10 of the M11 motorway, less than 50 miles from central London and approximately 40 minutes from the M25.

SATNAV: CB22 4QR – new postcode

Please note as old postcode CB2 4QR can lead you into the centre of Cambridge.

Please see for a route planner or for real-time traffic updates.

Entrance and parking: approaching from all directions, follow the brown heritage signs for Imperial War Museum Duxford. Enter the museum via the visitor car park. Upon entering the car park, keep left and follow signs for the ‘Conference’. The entrance to the Conference Centre is at the end of the car park on the right-hand side.

Please note: Do not park in the dedicated coach parking bays. Additional parking is in the visitor car park.

Duxford, Cambridge, CB22 4QR Tel 01223 497 501

Places are limited so please ensure you register as soon as possible.

For further information call Edel Treacy on 01223 266 900 Ext 6781 or 07894 002 970 email

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To confirm your place at the conference, simply email your choices to or call Edel Treacy, GP Liaison Executive on 01223 266 900 Ext 6781 or 07894 002 970

Places are limited so please ensure you register by 10th April

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