St George’s University of London upcoming events

26th November - 19th September 2019
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Creative problem solving: Design thinking in health and social care

At SGUL we are developing a short 'crash course', targeted at healthcare workers, to teach them the principles of design thinking so that they can apply them to every day issues within the NHS - an important skill in a system that has limited resources and is required to make ever greater efficiencies. This is a unique opportunity specifically designed for those working in with the NHS.

Date: 26 & 27 November 2018

Two full days. For more information, please click on the following link: www.sgul.ac.uk/creative

Neurosurgery High Speed Drill Course

Junior Neurosurgery Trainees (ST1-4). Developing drilling skills is an essential operative skills in Neurosurgery (curriculum requirement). Junior trainees should have the opportunity to simulate before working on patients.


Acute, Intensive and Emergency Psychiatric Care

The aims of the module are to enable practitioners in acute, intensive and emergency psychiatric care to apply and adapt their existing skills, helping them to develop their knowledge of assessment, formulation skills, differential diagnosis and management. The course will be grounded in clinical practice, and will be distinctive in both this and in its multi-professional delivery.

26 - 27 January and 9 - 10 March 2019

Four full days. For more information, please click on the following link:  www.sgul.ac.uk/psychiatry  

March 2019 (date tbc)

Full day. Register interest via [email protected]


The Comorbidities of Epilepsy

The course will offer a practical grounding in the most common co-morbidities associated with epilepsy. The course aims to provide a basic grounding in the epidemiology, nature, diagnosis and treatment of common co-morbidities in patients with epilepsy and is best suited for general neurologists, epileptologists, specialist nurses and psychologists/psychiatrists.

Accreditation will be sought from the Royal College of Physicians.

5th July 2019

Full day. Register interest via [email protected]

Fetal Cardiology for Obstet. And Fetal Medicine Specialists

Based in St George's Hospital, the course will include ultrasound evaluation of specific forms of congenital heart disease as seen in the fetus, pregnancy management and update on postnatal outcome. Quiz sessions throughout the course will provide you with challenging ultrasound images to test your diagnostic skills, and are discussed in an interactive way.

12th and 13th September 2019

Two full days. Register interest via [email protected]

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