Yorkshire and Humber GPs at the Deep End symposium, 17th March 2016
For a link to the report and copies of the presentations, follow this link.
Duration: Full day
Venue: The Bridge Hotel, Wetherby
Programme: This is available here. We are lucky to be joined by frontline GPs from Sheffield and Keighley, David Blane (Deep End GP Glasgow), Prof Goldblatt (Institute of Health Equity, London), Greg Fell (Director of Public Health, Sheffield), representatives from Health Education Yorkshire and Humber, Drs Liz Walton and Ben Jackson (Sheffield University) and Bevan House (Bradford).
Cost: this is a free event thanks to funding from Health Education Yorkshire and Humber. A Resource Fee will be payable to Yorkshire and Humber GP Trainers. Backfill funding will be available for intending trainers from Yorkshire and Humber “Deep End” practices . Please see Health Education Yorkshire and Humber website for details of current resource fee and backfill payments.
Who is this event designed for: current and intending GP trainers and Training Programme Directors in Yorkshire and Humber, Yorkshire and Humber Academics (including researchers and undergraduate and postgraduate medical educators), Public Health specialists, Yorkshire and Humber GP specialist trainees, medical students from Leeds, Sheffield or HYMS and any Yorkshire and Humber GP with an interest in Deep End GP.
Note on definition of “Deep End” GP practices: this has been adapted from the definition used by GPs at the Deep End Scotland. Currently, the cut off for the practices with the 100 highest Index of Multiple Deprivation scores in Yorkshire and Humber is 46.22. We welcome contributions from everyone with an interest in helping support patients experiencing high levels of socioeconomic deprivation. For further information on IMD score for Yorkshire and Humber GP practices see this post.