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Cervical Smear Takers Theory Course

This course is designed to support and equip primary healthcare professionals to acquire the knowledge necessary to carry out effective cervical smear screening. The theory course is completed over 12 weeks and is delivered through elearning. The course requires a time commitment of approximately 6 hours per week. More »

Commences Duration Fee
26 February 2016 (Dublin) 12 Weeks, Part-Time Member
€500
Non-Member
€600

Certificate in Contraception Practical Course

This intensive two day course covers all aspects of contraception in a small group discussion format with practical stations and simulated patients. It offers an alternative to attending the minimum six practical sessions with a contraception tutor, either in general practice or a family planning clinic to achieve satisfactory experience in this area for the final part of the Reproductive and Sexual Health (RSH) Contraception Certificate. More »

Commences Duration Fee
3 March 2016 (Dublin) 2 Days, Education Member
€650
Non-Member
€750

SCALES GP Refresher Course

This is a refresher course for those wishing to return to work in general practice after a career break and an orientation course for those who had trained in other areas but now wish to work part-time in general practice. More »

Commences Duration Fee
6 September 2016 (Dublin) 13 Weeks, Part-Time Member
€1,550
Non-Member
€2,000

Substance Misuse - Foundation Course (Level 1 online)

Substance misuse related issues are common, presenting in up to 15% of primary care consultations. Substances that may be misused include alcohol, prescribed and over –the-counter medications as well as illicit substances. This course provides a practical framework for the detection and management of substance misuse problems in general practice. More »

Commences Duration Fee
11 January 2016 (Dublin) Online Course. Completion - Approximately 3 hours. Member
€0
Non-Member
€50

LFOM - Occupational Medicine

This course is for doctors interested in occupational medicine and who are seeking to improve their knowledge base and skills. The course is run jointly by the ICGP and the Faculty of Occupational Medicine of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland. More »

Commences Duration Fee
25 September 2015 (Dublin)
25 September 2016 (Dublin)
2 Years, Part-Time Member
€2,500 per year
Non-Member
€3,900 per year

Diploma in Practical Musculoskeletal Injury Mgt

The course is run jointly by the ICGP and the Faculty of Sports & Exercise Medicine (RCSI and RCPI). Musculoskeletal problems constitute a substantial ever growing burden on society, on the medical services and all personnel dealing with these conditions. Bone and joint disorders account for more than half of all chronic conditions in people over 50 years and the most common cause of severe, long‐term pain and disability. In Ireland, the average GP practice consists of almost 20% musculoskeletal problems. More »

Commences Duration Fee
25 September 2015 (Dublin) Part-Time Member
€2,500
Non-Member
€3,900

LARC Tutor

Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARC) continue to increase in popularity as a contraceptive choice for women.General practitioners are the primary health care providers of this form of contraception in the Irish setting. In response to feedback from general practitioners providing this service, the ICGP Women's Health Programme intends to facilitate a series of updated LARC workshops around the country over the forthcoming year. More »

Commences Duration Fee
1 Year, Education

Contraception Tutor Course

Courses will be scheduled based on interest.  If you wish to become a Contraception Tutor please contact Jana Pickard at Jana.Pickard@icgp.ie This course aims to teach doctors who wish to become a contraception tutor for the purposes of certifying candidates for the Basic Certificate in Contraception. It will also serve as an update in the contraception for current instructing doctors/contraception tutors.  The course will be of particular interest to GP trainers and GPs working in GP training practices. More »

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Primary Care Surgery (formerly Minor Surgery)

This ICGP course will be practical, comprehensive and assure quality as well as impart new knowledge and practical skills. Course places will be limited to 20 participants and places will be allocated on a first come first served basis. This course is open to 4th year GP trainees and general practitioners. More »

Commences Duration Fee
Part-Time

ICGP Diabetes Roadshow Series 2016

The ICGP is running a series of roadshows at 7 venues around the country in Spring 2016. More »

Commences Duration Fee
1 Year, Education

LARC Update Course

Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARC) continue to increase in popularity as a contraceptive choice for women.General practitioners are the primary health care providers of this form of contraception in the Irish setting. In response to feedback from general practitioners providing this service, the ICGP Women's Health Programme intends to facilitate a series of updated LARC workshops around the country over the forthcoming year. More »

Commences Duration Fee
Education

Reproductive and Sexual Health Theory Course

This course provides a comprehensive update on all aspects of contraception and includes other topics relating to sexual and reproductive health. More »

Commences Duration Fee
1 Year