Guidelines Live 2020

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2017 Highlights

Guidelines

2017 Highlights

Tuesday 7 November 2017 saw the very first Guidelines Live event held at the Congress Centre in London.

MGP’s long established brands: Guidelines and Guidelines in Practice played host to over 120 healthcare professionals in central London who enjoyed an educational day to keep them up to date with clinical guidance and best practice on guideline implementation.

Chaired by Dr Matthew Fay, GPwSI cardiology, the day consisted of six expert speakers delivering seven sessions across clinical areas most popular on both Guidelines.co.uk and GuidelinesinPractice.co.uk. Speaking of the diverse range of topic areas, in his opening speech Dr Fay likened the day to a day in general practice and told the audience ‘we have a complex surgery of patients ahead of us today’.

‘Lots of interesting learning points that will change my practice’

–GP, The Fryent Way Surgery

'This will improve my clinical knowledge and practice in the areas covered today'

–GP, Willesden Medical Centre

Popular sessions included

The Men’s health session on implementing the British Society for Sexual Medicine (BSSM) androgen guideline

GLive hall 2017

The Dermatology​ session on the use and overuse of antibiotics in dermatology

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The Cardiovascular​ session on palpitations from a primary care perspective.

2017 exhibitor photo

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Update on access to on-demand sessions

All Guidelines Live 2020 sessions and digital resources have been available on the virtual event platform for 60 days and will go offline on Sunday 17 January 2021.

The Guidelines Live team is working to transfer all content to our website and we will contact you once completed with information on how to access the content.

We appreciate your patience while this transition is being completed.