MIMS Learning Live Digital

11-13 March 2024 | Online

Taking place across 3 evenings, you'll have the chance to earn CPD and enrich your knowledge from the comfort of your own home or practice. 

Across the week we will deliver a range of exciting and engaging clinical learning, using expert speakers who are passionate about their topics.

Last year we had a record number 

1,900+ register for our digital series

 Why attend? 

Take part in engaging, practical learning covering a range of key clinical areas

Share ideas with your peers and connect with our industry sponsors

Support your development and learning by earning CPD hours across the week

What can you expect?

Whether you're at the start of your career or have been practising for some time, this conference will offer something for everyone.

Be inspired.

Share experiences and enhance your learning by connecting with your peers and our sponsors who are ready to hear from you.

Join us to discover the reasons why healthcare professionals return to our events every year.

Empower your practice. 

Each webinar gives you a CPD certificate and provides key learning points so that you can deliver the best care to your patients.

We’re getting ready to showcase our packed agenda with lots of guest speakers covering a variety of topics.

Unlock your potential. 

Providing hours of CPD learning across 3 evenings, our clinical session formats will showcase the latest developments in the landscape of primary care.

Designed for the lifestyle of a busy healthcare professional, it's never been easier to earn your CPD hours.

Don't take our word for it

See what previous MIMS Learning Live Digital delegates have to say...


Dr Pipin Singh

GP Partner, Tyne and Wear

Dr Singh works as a GP Partner, GP Trainer, Training Programme Director and clinical author for MIMS, GP Online and Pulse. Also involved with National Recruitment for General Practice.

His interests include general medicine, mens health (e.g prostate problems, sexual health) and diabetes.

He qualified University of Newcastle Upon Tyne Medical School in 2005 and his training posts included Acute Medicine at North Tyneside General Hospital and Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Gateshead, Accident and Emergency, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Psychiatry and Community Diabetes.

Dr Singh acquired MRCGP in August 2010.

Personal interests include tennis, running, general fitness training, cooking and travelling. He is also an active member of the local tennis club and a keen chess and snooker player.