Programme

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More information on the programme for MIMS Learning Live Digital March. including session topics and speakers, will be available soon. In the meantime you can register for your free ticket here.

23 - 25 November 2021

MIMS Learning Live Digital

Dr Pipin Singh

   Chair, MIMS Learning Live November

7pm
TUESDAY 23 NOVEMBER
Long-COVID: tips for primary care
  • assessing long-COVID
  • providing long-COVID enhanced services in primary care
  • when to refer on to specialist services
  • tips for primary care professionals on how to best support their patients – for example, while awaiting referral
8:15pm
TUESDAY 23 NOVEMBER
Understanding your NHS Pension Scheme and Retirement Options
  • Membership types and pension sections
  • Increasing your NHS pension benefits
  • Alternative ways of saving for retirement
  • Annual and Lifetime Allowance including Scheme Pays
  • Key Scheme benefits
  • Covid-19 related changes
  • Pension age discrimination
  • Your Next Steps
7pm
WEDNESDAY 24 NOVEMBER
Respiratory - The essential knowledge for managing COPD patients in practice

This session has been organised and funded by Chiesi Ltd, and will include promotional content.

This session will cover:

  1. The challenges with inhalers 
  2. Inhaler choice “The right patient, the right device”
  3. The role of the large and small airways
  4. New treatment options in COPD.
  5. Inhalers and the environment
8pm
WEDNESDAY 24 NOVEMBER
500 x Rachel Wood copy
The top 5 questions on cow’s milk allergy
  • Identifying lactose intolerance vs CMA and common Infant feeding problems such as colic, constipation and reflux
  • Eczema management and confirming the CMA diagnosis
  • How to continue breast feeding with CMA
  • Outgrowing the allergy
  • Whether there is a place for probiotics
7pm
THURSDAY 25 NOVEMBER
Supporting young people's mental health through COVID and beyond
  • common mental health conditions in children and young people (eating disorders, depression, anxiety)
  • the impact of COVID on young people’s mental health
  • tips for primary care professionals on how to best support their patients – for example, while awaiting referral to specialist services
8pm
THURSDAY 25 NOVEMBER
Expediting ovarian cancer diagnosis: a primary and secondary care perspective
  • Beena Abdul, Consultant Gynaecological Oncology Surgeon, Oxford University Hospitals

Using case studies from their own practice Dr Victoria Barber and Dr Beena Abdul will discuss opportunities to improve ovarian cancer diagnosis in primary care. Their discussion will cover symptoms presentation and common misdiagnosis, pitfalls of CA125 and ultrasound and managing difficult cases in primary care.