Description

This one-day online course brings the latest updates from across 16 key paediatric sub-specialities and is designed to enhance your knowledge and confidence in managing common paediatric problems. The teaching faculty will almost exclusively include consultant specialists from Great Ormond Street Hospital. The course will be highly interactive and will provide a safe learning environment to encourage you to ask questions.

Registrations are open!

Course aim

This study day will enable you to develop an effective approach for the management of common paediatric problems.

 

Learning outcomes

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

– Develop a clinical approach for the investigation and management of syncope

– Investigate and manage a patient with asthma

– Understand more about food allergy

– Explore differential diagnosis and management of patients with haematuria and proteinuria

– Understand the role of technology in the modern management of diabetes

– Evaluate and manage a child with seizures and epilepsy

– Discuss the investigations and principles of management of children with neuromuscular disorders

– Understand more about gastrointestinal bleeding

– Develop a structured approach to immune deficiencies in children

– Develop an approach to fever of unknown origin in different patient subgroups

– Understand more about paediatric vasculitis

– Be aware of pitfalls to avoid in the diagnosis and management of shock

– Develop an approach for the investigation and management of children with bleeding and thrombotic disorders

– Understand more about solid tumors in childhood

– Describe the principles of management of haemangiomas and severe eczema

 

Target audience

Paediatric consultants, trainees and AHPs

 

Course requirements

To participate in this online course, you will need access to:

– Windows or Mac Computer (laptop / desktop or tablet)

– Speaker – either using the built-in speaker or a headset connected to your laptop/desktop or tablet

– A good internet connection

 

Registrations are open!