Just an update from GLG to say an online survey is live at the moment for you to give your feedback at
Interim anaysis has led to a change already : Now when you opt to receive email notifications, the full posting or job advert will be emailed to your inbox, so very similar to before the website was upgraded.
Hope that's helpful, keep the comments coming, thanks!
This month our meeting will be held on Thursday 15th October, with the buffet at 6.30pm for a 7pm start.
Our speaker is Dr Jasmeet Singh and the topic will be "Organ & Tissue Donation Awareness for GPs" The meeting will also have small work group sessions, presentations, questions, debates & scenarios included.
Our meeting will be held in the Glasgow Locum Group, 40 New City Road, Glasgow, G4 9JT. If you wish to attend, can I ask you to inform us at the following email address, for catering numbers: [email protected]
Many thanks for your support
The next meeting is on Child Protection training and will be held on Thursday 17 september. Dr Kerry Milligan, GP specialist from the GG&C Child Protection Unit will kindly join us as she has done in recent years for this meeting. Feel free to bring anonymised cases to discuss if you wish!
The venue is the LMC building, 40 New City Road, G4 9JT. A cold buffet will be served at 6:30pm and the talk will start at 7pm promptly. Please let us know in advance if you are coming (for catering and CPD certificates) by sending an email to [email protected]
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Our meeting for the month of May will be on Thursday, the 21st, 6:30pm for 7pm at the LMC building, 40 New City Rd, G4 9JT. Dr Malcolm Shepherd, clinical lead for the West of Scotland anaphylaxsis service will be giving a talk on allergy. Please let us know at [email protected] if you are coming. Light buffet will be available.
Can I also ask all members to log in to the website if you haven't already done so? We need to know if you have any issues as our 'snagging' period is coming to an end. Our mailing list is also ending soon, 22nd May it will be no more, so make yourself familiar with the discussion boards and set your preferences.
The new version of the website is now live. If you run in to any technical problems or have want to give us feedback, please email us at [email protected]
Thursday 20 Feb BLS session (Full).
The Thursday 20 Feb BLS session was oversubscribed and is now full. We are therefore operating a waiting list for one further session.
Please let Elaine know if you wish to be added on..... more
Thursday 20 February 2020: BLS and AED session - Registered attendees only please
Next month's meeting is a BLS and AED training update and we have a total of 14 spaces.
Please note: We apologise that the capacity for each BLS session is fixed and restricted so we cannot accept unconfirmed attendees on the day..... more