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Learn from an experienced GP with a wealth of knowledge in the field of women’s health and contraception. Gain confidence in the assessment and management of common gynaecology problems. Cover a wide range of women’s health problems including gynae cancers, bladder problems, prolapse and more.

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Overview

This masterclass is designed for GPs and ANP who see women in primary care. It covers a wide range of women’s health problems including gynae cancers, bladder problems, prolapse, pelvic pains, bleeding problems and infertility. Using NICE guidelines and local pathways of care, this update will ensure you are confident in the assessment and management of common gynaecology problems.

Why us?

  • This half-day workshop is part of a series delivered by Dr Julie Oliver, who has a wealth of experience in women’s health and contraception.

Sciences Complex,
City Campus,
Sunderland,
SR1 3RG

54.905143,-1.392352

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Facilities

This course is based in the Sciences Complex at our City Campus, which boasts excellent facilities and cutting-edge equipment thanks to multi-million-pound investments.

Our Clinical Skills Suite is equipped with a range of clinical equipment for training health professionals. The cutting-edge equipment is backed up with excellent IT facilities and helpful IT support staff.

 

Entry requirements

Applicants must be a practice nurse or nurse practitioner working in primary care.

Fees and finance

The fee for this course is £75. Funded places are available through Health Education England.

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