Cancer Update NOW, with GPCPD access (no printed handbook)

Our one-day update course to watch online and follow the articles on GPCPD. 6 hours teaching you can get started on straightaway and watch at your own pace. Pause, rewind and watch again for up to 12 months. Cancer Update NOW is perfect for anyone wanting to get an update straightaway!

On demand: Now

Price: £155.00

CPD points: 6

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Our one-day update course to watch online and follow the articles on GPCPD. 6 hours teaching you can get started on straightaway and watch at your own pace. Pause, rewind and watch again for up to 12 months. Cancer Update NOW is perfect for anyone wanting to get an update straightaway!

Watch the course on-demand, anytime you like for up to 12 months. Our 6-hour course is fully chapterised so you can fit around your schedule, and do as little or as much as you like at a time. GP Update NOW is packed with engaging content that delivers learning –with varied, dynamic teaching to make the learning stick and help you get it into practice. There are links in the console to all the GPCPD articles you will need. Just like our face-to-face courses, you’ll earn 6 CPD points for attending and get lots of helpful resources to keep learning the going, including downloadable GEMS and 12 months access to our online handbook and in-consultation reference resource at www.gpcpd.com.

What’s covered:

The Cancer Update course offers comprehensive coverage of all the hot topics, contract changes and challenges of providing great cancer care:

  • Early diagnosis: avoiding the pitfalls
  • Key cancer microskills: safety-netting and discussing urgent referrals
  • Vague symptoms and the role of rapid diagnostic centres
  • The FIT test: who needs one? 
  • Spotting cancer in blood tests
  • Screening: increasing uptake and health inequalities
  • Cancer genetics and the role of primary care in familial breast cancer
  • Personalised care for people with cancer as a long-term condition
  • New cancer treatments and why they matter in primary care. 

We illustrate this content with teaching on the most common cancers and those that are rarer and more difficult to spot. With more than 20 cancer specific nuggets to choose from, we have the bases covered.

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