HYMS is a leading provider of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) medical courses in the region. We offer a wide range of short courses for healthcare professionals, delivered by top-class specialists in the field, providing the most up-to-date knowledge in specific areas of interest.
The application process is simple. Please browse the list of available courses below, then follow the link to apply directly online.
Cottingham Road Campus, University of Hull
9am - 5pm Tuesday 28th February 2017,
Hull York Medical School in association with Hull CCG is proud to be hosting a full day Hot Topics Primary Care Nurse course delivered by NB Medical Education.
For many years Practice Nurses and Nurse Practitioners have attended NB Medical’s extremely popular Hot Topics GP Update course. In response to requests they have now developed this one day course designed specifically with Primary Care Nurses in mind.
HYMS and NB Medical are passionate about primary care, and committed to helping busy primary care professionals practice evidence-based medicine in an easy, time efficient way. Our teaching is focused on the patient, the problems they bring us and how best we can help them.
The RCN-accredited “Hot Topics” Primary Care Nurse course consists of a series of short ‘Ted-style’ engaging presentations blending evidence and cases, followed by discussion which may have an impact on your practice. The course comes with a number of extra resources.
Nurse Update Course 28th February 2017 flyer
Cost: £40 Hull CCG area nurses (due to generous subsidy)
£150 all other areas
Please register and pay for this course using our online payment facility.
A one day update course by GPs for GPs, GP STs, Practice Nurses and Nurse Practitioners.
The GP Update Course is designed to be relevant to clinical practice and to help you meet the requirements for revalidation.
This course contains no theorists, no gurus and no pharma sponsors -- just real-life GPs who will be back seeing patients as soon as the course has finished. The course has been accredited by the RCGP since February 2012 and is now the only one of its type to be completely free from pharmaceutical company sponsorship.
Online payment facility
St Catherine’s Hospice, Scarborough on two days:
This comprehensive two-day workshop is for GPs and GP registrars looking to increase their skills and confidence in palliative care. Each day complements the other, although both are suitable as stand-alone study days.
Palliative Care flyer 2017
Please register and pay using our online payment facility.
Mindfulness is “the intentional, non-judgmental and non-reactive focus of attention on the emotions, thoughts and sensations occurring in the present moment”. In recent years, mindfulness practice has been increasingly employed to alleviate a variety of mental and physical conditions. There is an increasing evidence base for its benefits.
This one day workshop is specifically designed for healthcare professionals in primary care who wish to use mindfulness for their own personal benefit but also to raise awareness of it as a potential support for patients. We will be exploring theory, history, evidence, techniques and daily practice of Mindfulness, emphasising its relationship to health and wellbeing.
Mindfulness flyer Apr 2017
Registration and payment are via the online payment link
£95 GPs (£90 for RCGP member and HYMS Clinical Tutors)
£85 GP Registrar
If you book a place on a course but you are unable to attend, we will refund your fees as follows:
Occasionally, we are unable to run an advertised course because of an insufficient number of delegates or for some other reason outside our control. If this happens, we reserve the right to cancel the course. When you book one of our short courses, we will contact you at least one week before it starts to confirm that it is running. You are advised not to make travel and accommodation arrangements until you receive this confirmation.
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