GP seminars and webinars

We have recommenced our educational sessions in the form of webinars.  These are clinical education sessions open to all GPs and primary care staff.

Upcoming, previous sessions and resources

Please find attached our 2024 education programme.

SGH GP Ed Programme

If you would like to attend, please RSVP or


Wednesday, 11 October 2023 at 12pm, Senior Health:  Falls

Speaker: Dr Sarah Howie, Consultant Geriatrician

RSVP: email or


Wednesday, 12 July 2023, Senior Health:  Post-discharge

Speaker: Dr Joanna Preston, Consultant – Elderly Care Medicine, Senior Health


Wednesday, 17 May 2023, Managing Cholesterol in primary care: navigating the guidelines

Speaker: Dr Mahtab Sharifi, Metabolic Physician and Lipidologist


Wednesday, 8 March 2023:  Heart Failure

Speaker: Dr Lisa Anderson and colleagues


Wednesday, 8 February 2023, Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)

Speaker: Dr Kamal Ojha, Consultant Gynaecology


Wednesday, 11 January 2023, Dermatology – Acne Management

speaker: Dr Lucy Ostlere, Consultant Dermatologist


Wednesday, 7 December 2022, Abnormal LFTs

Speaker: Dr Sarah Clark, Consultant Hepatologist


Wednesday 23 November 2022, Managing Menopause update

Speaker: Ms Esha Saha, Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Lead for Menopause Service


Wednesday 12 October 2022, Vulval disorders

Speaker:  Mr Paul Carter, MB.BS.BSc.MD.FRCS.FRCOG, Consultant Obstetrician &  Gynaecologist


Tuesday 24 May 2022, SGH Paediatric half-day educational webinar 

GP Study day Programme May 2022


  • long covid
  • headache in children
  • children cancers
  • q&A to paediatricians


Wednesday 18 May 2022, NAFLD pathway audit and early liver cancer detection

Speaker: Professor Daniel Forton, Hepatologist,


Wednesday 20 April 2022, Managing the diagnosis of obstructive diseases in the absence of spirometry

Speaker: Ms Jane Watson, Nurse Consultant, respiratory medicine


Wednesday 16 March 2022, Dizziness and vestibular disorders

Speaker: Drs Sriskandarajah and Pajaniappane, Consultants in Audiovestibular Medicine/Neurology Medicine, St George’s, Epsom and St Helier’s University Hospitals Foundation Trust


Thursday, 30 September 2021, Paediatric Study Afternoon

GP Study day Programme September 2021


Wednesday, 14 July 2021, Cardiology – Chest Pain

Speaker: Dr Rajan Sharma, Consultant Cardiologist, Care Group Lead for Cardiology, St George’s University Hospital NHS, Foundation Trust


Wednesday 9 June 2021 from, Diabetes Management

Speaker: Dr Nicola Neary, Consultant in Acute Medicine and Diabetes & Endocrinology, Acting Care Group Lead for Acute Medicine, St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Please send RSVP  and to obtain a link for the webinar to: or


Paediatric study half day webinar for Primary Care May 2021

GP Study day Programme May 2021


Wednesday, 19 May 2021, Neurology: Sensory symptoms – do I need to worry?

Speaker: Dr Camilla Blain, Consultant Neurologist, St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust


Wednesday, 14 April 2021, Management of fertility

Speaker:  Dr Kamal Ojha, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust


Wednesday 16 December 2020, Gynaecology, TWR and how best to further investigate etc.


Speaker:  Dr Austin Ugwumadu, Clinical Director, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist.


12 February 2020:  MSK: ‘delivering innovation and excellence in the management of muscouloskeletal conditions’


15 January 2020:   Female Urology; ‘female incontinence and phsyiotherapy for pelvic floor’


18 December 2019: Urology, ‘Men’s Health’


20 November 2019: Dermatology, ‘Top tips for the diagnosis and mgt. of common skin conditions’.


18 September 2019: Female Urinary incontinence 

  • Assessment, management and referral pathways of female urinary incontinence – Mr Jai Seth, consultant urological surgeon
  • A look at the latest NICE guidance Mr Jai Seth, consultant urological surgeon
  • Update on Physiotherapy for female pelvic floor disorders- Selina  Overy and Jo Jordyce, womens health physiotherapy leads


17 July 2019: Dementia

  • The 2018 NICE dementia guideline – what you need to know 
  • Prescribing for dementia

Presented by Dr Jeremy Isaacs  and Dr Kuven Moodley, Consultant Neurologists

Prescribing for dementia July 19


26 June 2019: Gynaecology

  • HPV screening with Mr Thomas Ind, Consultant Gynaecologist
  • Vulval disease with Mr Paul Carter, Consultant Gynaecologist
  • Menopause with Mr Isaac Manyonda, Consultant Gynaecologist

Presentation: Menopause HRT and long term health June 19


10 April 2019: Neurology and Chronic Pain

Presented by Dr Niranjanan Nirmalanathan, Consultant Neurologist and Dr Andrzej Krol, Consultant in Anaesthia and Chronic Pain. The session covered a variety of subjects within Headaches and whiplash injury and gave the opportunity to network and engage with our consultants.


27 February 2019: Haematology, Dr Fenella Willis and Dr Matthias Klamme


16 January 2019: Urology “Leave no stone unturned” – urinary tract stone disease management in 2019,  presented by Mr Ken Anson, Consultant Urologist


12 December 2018: ENT

  • Emergency ENT clinic how it runs and criteria for referra
  • Sinusitis, cough and hoarse voice

Speakers: Ms Lucy Hicklin, Head and Neck Consultant Otolaryngologist and Mr Modayil, Consultant Paediatric ENT Surgeon

8 November 2018: Paediatric Study afternoon


The session covered a variety of subjects within Paediatric Mental Health and gave the opportunity to network and engage with our consultants.

17 October 2018: Maternity – BP and Diabetes in pregnancy,  Speaker Ms Ayona Wijemanne, Consultant in Obstetrics and Maternal Medicine

19 September 2018: Rheumatology- Inflammatory arthritis Speaker, Dr Patrick Kiely


4 July 2018: Pharmacy

  • Shared care mgt, Roacutan, Methotrexate
  • SWL Pathology; allergy & immunology and pathology 

Presented by Mr Vinodh Kumar, Chief Pharmacist, Ms Wendy Pullinger, Assistant Chief Pharmacist.  Ms Claire Kennedy, Communications Lead SWL Pathology.


6th June 2018, Adult mental health (depression / agitation), safeguarding vulnerables and elderly care, 

Speakers Joanna Preston, Consultant Geriatrician and Marcus Hughes, Consultant Psychiatrist.


Cardiology: Lipid management, Chest pain and Cardiac rehabilitation, 9th May 2018 – presentations to download

Speakers Professor Paul Collinson, Kay Townsend and the cardiac rehabilitation team.


18th April 2018, Diabetes & Vascular Services, 

Speakers Dr Ken Earle, Consultant Diabetologist, Mr Paul Moxey, Consultant Vascular Surgeon and Olivia Tasker, Diabetes  Pathfinder Podiatrist.


7th March 2018, Tuberculosis (TB) 

Speakers Dr Anne Dunleavy Consultant in Respiratory Medicine and Johan van Wijgerden, from the London TB programme.


Tuberculosis by Dr Anne Dunleavy

Latent TB Infection and Screening Programme


IBS & IBD, Hep C and an update on Bowel Cancer Screening Programmes, 7th February 2018 – presentations to download

presented by Drs Poullis, Patel Consultant Gastroenterologists, Dr Daniel Forton and  Karen Gray, RGN.

Please click on the link(s) below to obtain a copy of the presentation(s):

IBS Guidelines 2018 by Dr Andy Poullis 

IBD, Primary Care Update by Dr Kamal Patel

Hepatitis C by Dr Daniel Forton

Bowel Cancer Screening Programme by Karen Gray, RGN

17th January 2018, Paediatric Study afternoon 

The topics the consultants focused on were:

  • Secondary Care Services for Children in 2018, by Dr Luci Etheridge
  • Constipation in Childhood, by Dr Sally Mitton
  • Asthma in Children & Inhalers, by Dr Richard Chavasse
  • Dermatology – ‘All that itches and changes colour’, by Dr Alya Abdul-Wahab
  • Paediatric Continence, by Sue Affleck (CNS)