GP educational events

Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital holds a calendar of consultant-led educational events and seminars for GPs, which count towards your annual Continued Professional Development (CPD) training. We aim to make all talks informative and useful to you in your practice. Specialist consultants present on new evidence or treatments, indicators for referral and the management of patients in primary care.

BLS Training

We provide regular BLS training sessions that are held at Spire Cambridge Lea.

Upcoming dates:

  • 13 February
  • 16 April
  • 11 June
  • 27 August
  • 15 October
  • 10 December

To book your place on one of our BLS courses contact gpeducation.cambridge@spirehealthcare.com

GP Education Women's Health Masterclass 2020

Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital invites you to hear from experts in women’s health

SAVE THE DATE

Saturday 14 March, 8.30am - 1.30pm

At the British Racing School, Newmarket

March is Endometriosis Awareness Month and we have gathered a selection of our expert consultants to provide a thorough education session on women’s health.

Topics on the day will include:

  • Diagnosis, treatment and management of endometriosis
  • Menopause
  • Incontinence and prolapse

Speakers include:

The event will be held on 14 March with registration from 8.30am at The British Racing School, Newmarket.

This event is open for GPs and practice nurses. Please register your interest ASAP to avoid disappointment. This event is free to attend but places are limited.

If you would like to register your interest in attending please email our GP Liaison on gpeducation.cambridge@spirehealthcare.com.

This event is sponsored by GensisCare, Newmarket.

Level 2: Strength & Neuromuscular conditioning for rehabilitation

4 - 5 April 2020

10am - 4.30pm

Progress Spire, Cambridge, Histon, CB24 9ZR

An evidence-based comprehensive course that builds on the fundamentals of strength and neuromuscular conditioning within rehabilitation settings. It will take you right through to learning how to harness contemporary scientific principles, to optimising your outcome with patients. Delivered by Dr Claire Minshull, one of the UK’s most highly respected rehabilitation specialists and founder of Get Back to Sport.

This course aims to expand your knowledge on contemporary and end effective scientific principles and how to apply them to enhance your rehabilitation outcomes. You will immediately learn deployable skills and new techniques to enhance your clinical rehabilitation practice and the subtle, but important changes that can translate into big gains for your patients.

Cost: £250 pp

Places are limited to 20, so make sure you book early to secure your spot. Visit our website, call us on 07980 000 316 or email info@getbacktosport.com to book your place.

Free parking is available at the venue (http://www.progresshealth.co.uk).

Cancellation policy: All cancellations must be made in writing to Get Back To Sport. Substitute delegates are welcome at any stage. Cancellations made before 6 March 2020 will receive a full refund less a £30 cancellation fee. We regret that no refund is available if a cancellation is received after 6 March 2020.

 

GP Education Sessions

Weds 11 March 7:30pm, Cardiology: Dr Len Shapiro

Weds 15 April 7:30, Ophthalmology: Mr Jong Ong & Mr Simon Woodruff

Weds 3 June 7:30, Suture Workshop: Mr Per Hall

Weds 17 June 7:30, Men’s Health Week: Mr Ben Lamb & Mr Nikesh Thiruchelvam

Weds 1 July 7:30, Summer Skin: Dr Anton Alexandroff

Weds 19 Aug 7:30, ‘Primary Care Referrals to Ophthalmology- Case Studies and lessons learnt’ Prof Madhavan Rajan & Mr Philip Alexander

Weds 4 Nov 7:30, Menopause, Menstrual Disorders & Pelvic Pain- Mr Gerald Hackett

Weds 18 Nov 7:30, Rheumatology- Dr Deepak Jadon

Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital holds a calendar of consultant-led educational events and seminars for GPs, which count towards your annual continued professional development (CPD) training. 

We aim to make all talks informative and useful to you in your practice. Specialist consultants present on new evidence or treatments, indicators for referral and the management of patients in primary care.

For more information please contact our GP Liaison.