The 'Lost' Update - Joined Up Health in Primary Care

Birmingham - November 27th - 28th - Details:

This course will provide 12 hours of CPD during the course itself and could generate at least a further 6 hours further learning activity.


This specific Lost Update course is intended for GPs of all kinds, and ST3s.  It will also be suitable for other professionals in the Primary Care Teams especially in Chronic Disease management, Lifestyle change or Wellbeing roles.  It is being provided for colleagues in South Wales area, though GPs from any part of the UK or the RoI are welcome.  


If you are not a GP or ST3 please do get in touch  at so that we can check whether the course is likely to meet your learning needs.


Do I need to to come for both days?

The whole is greater than the sum of its parts!  Attendance at only one of the two days would result in learning a great deal less than half the overall value from the full two days. In addition, delegates who stay overnight tend to find their learning is improved by this, as the train of thought and focus remains uninterrupted.  Obviously as many of us have evening commitments that cannot be avoided, this simply a recommendation. 


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Event Summary

VENUE: Woodbrooke Quaker Conference Centre, 1046 Bristol Road, Birmingham, B29 6LJ.

PRICE: £290 

A 10% Discount for Members of the British Society of Lifestyle Medicine is available as a £30 refund.  

27th November

09:00 Registration 

9.30 - 17:30: Day 1

Including  an opportunity to take a walk or rest after lunch.

An early Supper on the 27th November is included, time TBC.

Delegates are invited to stay overnight at Woodbrooke. 

The Centre have quoted a rate of £65.00 for single occupancy (per night). Accommodation should be booked early to avoid disappointment.


28th November

09:00 - 16:30: Day 2

What is included in this booking

- 12 hours CPD
- A PDF of slides and a reference list

- Tea/Coffee, light refreshments, buffet lunch on both days

- Supper on the 27th November

- Membership of the JoinedUpHealth Colleague Forum which is intended as a space for delegates to raise questions, share learning and discuss the material covered on JoinedUpHealth CPD Courses.  This is not a public forum but an extension of our learning process on the Course.