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If you would like to advertise a course or training event on our website, please contact the LMC office (029 20899381).

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Despite these unprecedented times we remain committed to supporting your professional development by offering virtual events.

The informative, convenient educational event that comes to you.

Our next two events:

Topic: ‘The top 5 most common hand conditions and what to do with them’
Date: Thursday 18th March 2021
Time: 6.30pm
Speaker: Mr Angus Maclean Orthopaedic Hand & Wrist Surgeon

Topic: ‘HRT and Cancer’
Date: Tuesday 30th March 2021
Time: 6.30pm
Speaker: Mr Sean Watermeyer Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist

Joining instructions: Booking is essential and to confirm your place please email -

A Microsoft Teams link will be emailed to you 48 hours before the meeting and CPD certificates will be emailed to you after the event.

This event is open to GP’s and other associated health professionals; so please do pass this invite to any other colleagues you think may be interested.

To find out more about our events and how we’ll work with you to advance your professional development, call 07810 480435 or email


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The NHS Learning website provides access to courses and events. However, to access the full site you need to register with an NHS email address.

Unfortunately, it is not currently possible for freelance GPs to get an NHS email address, so the LMC is concerned and disappointed that having one is a pre-condition for registration with the site.

We have discussed this with NHS Learning service desk and they have advised that GPs without NHS email addresses who want to access courses can do so by contacting the relevant course administrators.



The Deanery continues with its activity for sessional doctors and puts on specific events regarding revalidation. Take a look at :

Also, in conjunction with GPC Wales, the Deanery has written to all practices in Wales to encourage a culture of affiliating sessional GPs with a single practice in order to facilitate access to audit, SEA and patient/colleague feedback.