PCRMM Webinar: FCP Integration into the Workforce

We are hosting our first webinar, “FCP Implementation into the Workforce” on 28th January from 7 – 8.30pm. You will be able to hear 3 knowledgeable speakers – David Wilson – David is a first contact MSK practitioner who works for Bridlington PCN. He was involved in developing the local MSK service in implementation of […]

PCRMM Webinar: Rehabilitation after Covid-19

We are pleased to announce the second in our series of webinars, "Rehabilitation after Covid-19". This very topical and engaging webinar will be given by three speakers, Dr David Salman, Catherine Thomson and Dr Amal Hassan. David is a GP and clinical research fellow at Imperial College London, interested in the role of physical activity […]

PCRMM Webinar: Understanding Osteoporosis; assessing fracture risk in Primary Care and case presentations from everyday practice

This webinar is being given by Zoe Paskins who you can read about below. It will be divided into two sessions: the first on assessment, and the second on management and therapeutic challenges. Zoe will cover who to assess for osteoporosis and how, and use case examples to illustrate therapeutic challenges about selection and monitoring […]


Why is it needed? Who it’s for? Where does it ‘sit’ in a career path? What is the form of the exam? Why could it be valuable for you? The session will provide an opportunity to put questions to a panel of colleagues involved in development of the diploma. This session will also present three […]

PCRMM Webinar: How to translate evidence into practice; Critically Appraised Topic Groups explored

Our next webinar will be on the fascinating subject of Critically Appraised Topic Groups. This will be given by Kay Stevenson, a Consultant Physiotherapist and Honorary Professor of Clinical Practice and Leadership, who will share experiences from the groups and highlight their impact . This session will highlight the benefits to clinical practice, patient care […]

PCRMM Webinar: Blood Tests and Diagnosing IA

A new webinar has been added to our series. This webinar will discuss the essential topic of diagnosing inflammatory arthritis and interpreting Rheumatology blood tests. Run by Dr Lucy Douglas and Dr Louise Warburton, it will provide an extensive look into this subject. Lucy will be talking about identifying inflammatory arthritis in primary care, which some […]

PCRMM webinar: MSK Masqueraders and Urgent Referrals

For this webinar David Wilson and Krystian Dawiec who both work in primary care will look at some cases and conditions that may present in a First Contact practitioners Clinic. It is aimed at those clinicians that are new to primary care and the importance of other conditions that may present as musculoskeletal that have […]

PCRMM Webinar: Chest Pain and Paediatric MSK

This webinar will include 2 compelling talks from Dr Lucy Douglas. In the first, "Musculoskeletal chest pain - a clinical approach" , Lucy will try to cover the important causes of MSK chest pain and suggest a rational clinical approach to this sometimes challenging topic. The second, "Paediatric MSK and Rheumatology. An overview for the […]

PCRMM Webinar: Long COVID syndrome; setting up the perfect Long COVID service

This very topical and extremely interesting webinar has been added into our webinar programme. Dr Harsha Master will be talking about being involved in developing long Covid services in East and North Herts last year and how they developed a Long Covid pathway at pace and with very little national guidance. She will give useful […]

PCRMM Webinar: Menopause and MSK – What’s the Relevance?

This engaging and very interesting webinar will be held by the very experienced Dr Louise Newsom and will cover: Menopause symptoms and making a diagnosisPerimenopauseMenopause symptoms and making a diagnosisHealth risks of menopause Menopause and musculoskeletal system Safe HRT prescribing including testosterone Alternative treatments  It will be very relevant to FCPs as well as GPs, […]

PCRMM Annual Conference 2021

We are planning our next conference, which this year will be held, virtually, on the 18th and 19th November. We will once again have a stimulating and engaging range of speakers and topics to ensure this conference is not to be missed! More information and details will become available on the website as our plans […]

PCRMM Webinar – The National Early Inflammatory Arthritis Audit (NEIAA)

We are delighted to have the Audit’s Clinical Director, Dr Jo Ledingham, opening our 2022 series of webinars with this extremely interesting talk about the background of the national early inflammatory arthritis audit (NEIAA), justifying the need for and the potential benefits of it, clarify what it is looking at and why, offer insights into […]