Programme

22 - 25 November 2021

MIMS Learning Live Midlands

7pm
MONDAY 22 NOVEMBER
Dr Harsha Master
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
7pm
TUESDAY 23 NOVEMBER
To be confirmed

More information to be confirmed soon

7pm
WEDNESDAY 24 NOVEMBER
To be confirmed

More information to be confirmed soon

7pm
THURSDAY 25 NOVEMBER
Supporting young people's mental health through COVID and beyond
  • Dr Stephanie Lamb, GP Partner, Herne Hill Group Practice, London
  • 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

The conference is supported by delegate fees and educational grants from various companies who have had no influence over the programme content or speaker choice. Sessions delivered with input from pharmaceutical and/or med tech companies are clearly shown on the programme.

09:00 - 09:15
  • 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
10:15 - 11:00
Ovarian Cancer red flag symptoms – how to spot them and what to do

Dr Barber will discuss NICE guidance for investigating new onset symptoms of ovarian cancer, and the usefulness of CA125 as a diagnostic test. She will take a deep-dive into diagnostic pitfalls, covering why a new diagnosis of IBS in the over 50s and why repeat UTI should be diagnosed with caution; her presentation will consider risk and prevention factors associated with ovarian cancer including family history, HRT and oral contraceptives.

Victoria Barber

Dr Barber will discuss NICE guidance for investigating new onset symptoms of ovarian cancer, and the usefulness of CA125 as a diagnostic test. She will take a deep-dive into diagnostic pitfalls, covering why a new diagnosis of IBS in the over 50s and why repeat UTI should be diagnosed with caution; her presentation will consider risk and prevention factors associated with ovarian cancer including family history, HRT and oral contraceptives.

11:00 - 11:30
Refreshments
11:30 - 12:15
Frailty in Primary Care: A multi-disciplinary pathway to address malnutrition in frailty

Dr Tapparo and Kayennat have co-developed a frailty pathway created to address malnutrition in frailty, using a multidisciplinary approach. During this session they will discuss their frailty pathway, including the development and implementation of a frailty team within a primary care setting.​

12:15 - 13:00
Respiratory
  • This session includes promotional content and is sponsored by Chiesi Ltd

More details will be announced shortly. 

13:00 - 14:00
Lunch
14:00 - 14:45
Cow's Milk Allergy

More details will be announced shortly. 

14:45 - 15:30
Dermatology

More details will be announced shortly. 

15:30 - 15:50
Refreshments
15:50 - 16:50
Supporting young people's mental health through COVID and beyond
16:50 - 16:55
Chair's close
  • 09:15
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

  • 10:15
Ovarian Cancer red flag symptoms – how to spot them and what to do

Dr Barber will discuss NICE guidance for investigating new onset symptoms of ovarian cancer, and the usefulness of CA125 as a diagnostic test. She will take a deep-dive into diagnostic pitfalls, covering why a new diagnosis of IBS in the over 50s and why repeat UTI should be diagnosed with caution; her presentation will consider risk and prevention factors associated with ovarian cancer including family history, HRT and oral contraceptives.

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Refreshments
  • 11:30
Adult Nutrition

This session includes promotional content and is sponsored by Nutricia

  • 12:15
Respiratory

This session includes promotional content and is sponsored by Chiesi

Lunch
  • 14:00
Cow's Milk Allergy

This session includes promotional content and is sponsored by Nutricia

  • 14:45
Dermatology

This session includes promotional content and is sponsored by L'Oréal

Refreshments
  • 15:50
Supporting young people's mental health through COVID and beyond
  • Dr Stephanie Lamb, GP Partner, Herne Hill Group Practice, London

● 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