Are you preparing for the PA National Recertification Exam, which will occur in January or May 2019? Have you taken a specialty post and are concerned about losing your general medical knowledge, or would just like to brush up? St George’s, University of London is pleased to offer its 3-day revision course, which will focus on common and serious conditions, based on the established PA exam blueprint.
This study day is open to any practising healthcare professionals with an interest in urology from PAs, GPs, practice and community nurses, and others working in community and primary care.
4 September, 1pm to 5pm, Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, Bebington, Wirral CH63 4JY
The aim of this quarterly oncology teaching event for PAs in the North West will be to further the knowledge of those working in different specialities, focusing on acute oncology presentations and management. These will include Metastatic Spinal Cord Compression (MSCC), Principles of immunotherapy and management of toxicities, Neutropenic Sepsis presentation and management, SVCO presentation and management. The event offers learning opportunities in a wider area, therefore broadening knowledge and allowing the PA to act as a generalist.
- Are you preparing for the PA National Recertification Exam in September 2018 ?
- Have you taken a specialty post and are concerned about losing your general medical knowledge, or would just like to brush up?
Charles Hastings Education Centre
Worcestershire Royal Hospital
Friday 18th May 2018
Discover the range of study options available to physician associates on a variety of subjects, provided by Brighton and Sussex Medical School. Many of their individual postgraduate taught modules are suitable for study on a stand-alone basis. The majority of their modules are run intensively over a five-day period, and are delivered at the University of Brighton Falmer campus or at nearby NHS centres.
These modules and courses offer the opportunity for physician associates to gather CPD points. Physician associates may add them to their online CPD Diary, with hours spent on the course as Type 1, and any additional private study hours listed as Type 2.