GP events 

GP evening seminar programme

UCLH runs a programme of GP education seminars designed to keep primary care teams updated with all our services and specialties. The seminars are also a good opportunity for dialogue between our dedicated consultants, specialist nurses and primary care teams.

Seminars are free to attend, are open to all GPs and count as 1.5 hours towards CPD points. A certificate will be given to each GP or health professional attending at the end of the seminar.

If you would like to suggest topics for future seminars please email Seminars are usually held at the UCH Education Centre, First Floor West, 250 Euston Road, London NW1 2PG, between 6pm and 9pm.

Upcoming seminars in 2018

View video recordings of previous seminars on YouTube

UCLH Cancer Collaborative GP education roadshows

The UCLH Cancer Collaborative will be hosting a range of GP roadshow events as part of the education and awareness work stream in the early diagnosis pathway. For more information on the GP education roadshows, please go to the website or contact

GP Study Day - Fertility and Reproductive Medicine

The UCLH Reproductive Medicine Unit is inviting GPs in Islington, Camden, North West London, Haringey and Barnet to a special event designed to provide a comprehensive update on fertility and reproductive medicine. The study day will be divided into two parts. The morning is dedicated to investigating and referring infertile couples, treatment pathways for NHS funded treatments, treatment options for same-sex and single patients, social egg freezing and reproductive ageing. The afternoon session will focus on reproductive health with talks on menopause, HRT, fibroids and PCOS.

Combining presentations and interactive sessions, this CPD accredited study day will equip you with up to date information to help your patients through their life stages, gynaecology and fertility issues.

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Keeping primary care teams updated with our all our services and specialties