4.5 CPD points and two study leave sessions
There are still some places available at the NAGP’s inaugural AGM in Dublin on November 23rd and those who have not yet registered are advised to book now.
The full-day event, which takes place at the Herbert Park Hotel in Dublin, has been recognised by the ICGP for four and a half CPD points and two study leave sessions. A certificate of attendance will be provided directly after the event to each participant who signs the register. It will include workshops and one-on-one advice forums covering legal, tax and personal finance.
The event will include workshops and one-on-one advice forums covering legal, tax and personal finance. Admission is free for members and €40 for non-members. Admission is free for members and €40 for non-members.
Our keynote speaker for the AGM is Dr Edward Walsh, founding President of the National University of Limerick and a freeman of the city of Limerick. He will be speaking on the topic of Adapting International Practice to Transform Irish Healthcare.
Dr Tom O’Connor, Lecturer in Economics, Public Policy and Healthcare at Cork Institute of Technology will talk about Ignoring Your Own Policy and Evidence: the Government’s Attack on the Primary Care System.
He will be followed by a panel discussion with Dr Conor McGee, Dr Don Punch, Dr Aifric Boylan and Dr Andy Jordan.
During the afternoon session, Dr Christopher Poole, lecturer and researcher at Cardiff University will present on diabetes and health economics while Dr Steve Davies, consultant endocrinologist at Cardiff University and Dr Ronan Canavan, consultant endocrinologist at St Vincent’s Hospital, Dublin will discuss the necessities of resourcing general practice appropriately and the challenges and benefits of moving patients from a secondary to a primary care setting.
This will be followed by a workshop on tax advice presented by Roisin Duffy, senior tax advisor with Farrelly, Dawe and White Ltd and a workshop on Getting Paid by Declan Flood, credit management specialist.
Register online or alternatively you can call us on (01) 6622755 to register or email firstname.lastname@example.org