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MSK update for Primary Care

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MSK update for primary care

We are pleased to introduce this brand new course for 2018. Book now for the one day course aiming to help GPs and primary health care clinicians recognise the presentation of inflammatory arthritis and update them on the management of frequently occurring MSK conditions.

Hot topics covered include:

  • Osteoarthritis update: Myth busting and management in primary care
  • Chronic widespread pain and fibromyalgia: tips for primary care 
  • Gout, what should we be doing in primary care? 

Course objectives:

  1. Provide delegates with a comprehensive update for primary care in common musculoskeletal problems
  2. Update GPs and primary care teams in the best evidence for diagnosing and managing MSK disorders in primary care
  3. Inform delegates about recent research findings from Keele University Research Institute for Primary Care and Health Sciences.

Who should attend?

  • GP's and primary health care professionals


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Crowne Plaza, Birmingham City Centre 


18 May 2018  


Crowne Plaza, Birmingham City Centre, B1 1HH


Dr Louise Warburton

Rates (Excl VAT):


Consultant/GP £290
Trainee £240
Health professional £200


Consultant/GP £435
Trainee £365
Health professional £300


Please call 0207 842 0900 to book your place.

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London EC4Y 8EE
T: +44 (0) 20 7842 0900
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We are the UK's leading specialist medical society for rheumatology and musculoskeletal professionals, and we welcome applications from all health professionals in these fields.