Join your peers this week at MIMS Learning Live London

MIMS Learning Live London takes place on Friday (7 June). Register FREE today to earn up to 20 CPD hours by attending this 3-stream event, covering four clinical topics and helping you meet your learning objectives for appraisal.

Register now for your free place at the annual MIMS Learning Live conference taking place on Friday 7 June 2024 at the Business Design Centre in London. 

Click here to register for your FREE place

This 3-stream event provides you with CPD learning across key therapy areas including women’s health, dermatology, cardio-renal-metabolic disease (CVRM) and respiratory medicine. 

Register today to earn up to 5 CPD hours across the day, helping you to meet your learning objectives for appraisal. 

Plus, you can take home an additional 15 CPD hours with our new Key Clinical Topics Learning Plan, which is FREE for attendees of MIMS Learning Live London. It features CPD keeping you up to date on topics including; women's health, dermatology, respiratory, cardiology and ENT. 

Why you should attend 

Whilst virtual learning is valuable, an in-person conference offers a broader perspective, the opportunity to engage with speakers directly, and the chance to hear others' questions.

You'll dive straight into relevant clinical updates, gaining concise learning points, fresh perspectives, and CPD for your appraisal.

Our event format blends focused learning on essential clinical specialties with diverse topics that capture the breadth and depth of daily practice.

We cover key areas such as women’s health, dermatology, cardio-renal-metabolic medicine, respiratory, and ENT, addressing some of the most common conditions you encounter.

What to expect

You’ll plunge right into relevant clinical updates, giving you concise learning points, new perspectives and CPD for your appraisal, and you'll leave feeling refreshed and equipped with new insights into how to improve patient care.

During breaks, seek appraisal advice from our in-house expert, Dr. Ravi Ramanathan, and enjoy the exhibition while networking with other GPs.

Dr Ravi Ramanathan said: 'It’s normally a very popular stand and there’s a huge variety of the type of GPs I speak to. I see a whole spectrum of very new GPs, more experienced GPs, GPs at the end of their careers, and so it leads to a lot of very interesting conversations.’

Speakers at the event

Our experts are unparalleled, with many being regular contributors to the MIMS Learning community. Explore our programme and speakers pages for more information.

As president-elect of the Primary Care Cardiovascular Society and GP Professor Dr Raj Thakkar will jointly chair the CVRM stream and will deliver sessions on chronic kidney disease and lipids in the context of heart failure.

Other chairs and speakers include:

  • Dr Steve Holmes, GP with an interest in respiratory medicine, who will talk about asthma diagnosis and COPD. 

  • GP partner Dr Pipin Singh, who will chair the respiratory stream in the morning and deliver a session on lipid management later in the day.

  • Dr Stephanie Gallard who will chair the dermatology and women’s health stream and deliver a dermatology session discussing hidradenitis, perioral dermatitis and urticaria.

  • Dr Toni Hazell, GP in Tottenham, who will talk about contraception for patients over 40, and early diagnosis of cervical cancer.

Discover the speaker line up 

And there's more 

If all that is not enough. In addition to the 5 CPD hours you earn on the day at MIMS Learning Live London. You get to take home even more. With an additional 15 CPD hours of content available, free to you after you attend the conference, we’ve made sure that you continue to learn post-event. Learn more about the learning plan here.

Here’s what they are looking forward to

‘As the editor of MIMS Learning Live, I'm thrilled about this year's event. Bookings are coming in thick and fast and I know our expert speakers will deliver relevant, stimulating talks with key takeaways for your practice. Our GP chairs will ensure that all the CPD learning is framed within the realities of daily practice, and really helps you with the clinical challenges you face. I’m looking forward to seeing you there.’
Pat Anderson, Editor of MIMS Learning 

'I’m really looking forward to MIMS Learning Live next month. There was a real buzz to the event last year and the networking opportunities were fantastic. This year's educational agenda ticks off many learning needs for GPs with several hot topics that will stimulate much discussion.  MIMS Learning Live is a real conference highlight of the year.'
Dr Kevin Fernando, GP in North Berwick and co-chair of the cardio-renal-metabolic (CVRM) stream at MIMS Learning Live

‘I think it’s always a fantastic event in terms of what’s laid on topics wise. It’s always great to network with people, and meet new GPs and other allied healthcare professionals from up and down the country. It's full of fantastic CPD topics and often it’s delivered by colleagues who give us practical messages that we can take away from our practices and put into practice pretty much the next day. This is very relevant to the work that we do on a daily basis.’
Dr Pipin Singh, GP in Tyne and Wear, chair of the respiratory/mixed stream at MIMS Learning Live.

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