Friday 10th July 2020

Free webinar from Greener Practice & RCGP

Inhalers for asthma and COPD have a disproportionate climate impact due to the propellant gases found in metered dose inhalers. In this webinar Dr James Smith will examine current inhaler prescribing patterns and why changing these in the UK is so important in our efforts to address climate change. 

Sunday 15th March 2020

If any GP practices out there are wanting to know how to safely support people in their own homes with the full complement of online services then this talk explains what others have learned over 15 years of doing this. 

Organised by BIMA: https://bima.co.uk/about-bima/

Wednesday 12th October 2016
The Showroom Cinema, Paternoster Row, Sheffield, S1 2BX, United Kingdom

Improving Wellbeing through Urban Nature (IWUN) is a £1.3million research project led by the University of Sheffield’s Department of Landscape. It aims to find out more about how Sheffield’s natural environment can improve the health and wellbeing of the city’s residents, and especially those with disproportionately high levels of poor health. The project will use a range of methods, including a specially designed smartphone app, to investigate people’s relationships with Sheffield’s parks and green spaces.

The aim of the event on 12th October is to:

Thursday 2nd October 2014

The Royal College of GPs Annual Conference discusses the latest clinical and policy developments for primary care across the UK. This years theme of the conference is 'Future Proof: Resilience in Practice'.

Wednesday 3rd October 2012

I will be pitching patient resilience on the "Dangerous Ideas Soapbox" at this year's SAPC Conference.  Each speaker will have 10 minutes to spark the interest and backing of the audience before a final vote to decide the ‘winner’ – who will be invited to publish their idea in the SAPC pages in Primary Health Care Research & Development and on the website. Thought SHE members might be interested - see below for my submission…

Thursday 20th October 2011

This session of the RCGP Annual Conference will look at realigning priorities: how to improve patient engagement, reduce demand, cut costs and ensure a sustainable future. There will be an examination of newer and better models of care. We will explore how GP Practices can engage with the sustainability agenda to reduce CO2 emissions and cut costs through practical advice and discussion. 

Thursday 25th November 2010

Helping commissioners to

commission in a more

cost efficient way.

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