25% of General Practice consultations involve different aspects of women’s health. Many GP trainees and practice nurses enter Primary Care with little training and experience in this field. VHK will help you navigate through this minefield with simple, practical tips to everyday consultations, aiming to grow your confidence in managing female patients in a safe, effective and efficient way.
Our courses help you • Gain confidence • Know when to manage in primary care • Understand when to worry and refer • Consolidate the guidelines you need to know
Interactive, educational and including case base discussions with valuable tips for AKT and CSA preparation.
The courses also provide a useful go-to-guide which you can refer to on a daily basis. We have many years’ experience of what trainees frequently ask for as tutorial topics and deliver all this, and more, in sensible bitesize chunks that can be delivered in a 10 minute consultation.
Aimed specifically for practice nurses, Advanced Nurse Practitioners and Physicians Associates.
Commonly seen topics are discussed with guidance about specific history taking and management with advice about how up to date guidelines could be incorporated into your consultations and alter your management plans. We aim to invigorate and enthuse you to share your knowledge with colleagues and support you with revalidation and continued professional development.
Post qualification life in general practice is very busy but can also feel educationally isolating without the trainer support received during ST3.
Finding one’s feet can feel a little daunting especially if faced with many complex consultations. Our bespoke courses for Newly Qualified GPs aim to support you with this transition building on foundation knowledge of women’s health and taking this to the next level of complexity. Using true to life scenarios the courses offer practical evidence based information that can aid decision making, trouble shooting and consultation management.