Resources (PCRMM webinars)

Self examination of Tender and Swollen Joints in Rheumatoid Arthritis

This webinar will cover the essentials around examination of tender and swollen joints in rheumatoid arthritis (RA), including the differences between clinical findings in inflammatory versus non-inflammatory arthritis, and explore […]

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6 October 2021

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

This engaging and very interesting webinar was held by the much esteemed Dr Louise Newson and covers: Menopause symptoms and making a diagnosis Perimenopause Menopause symptoms and making a diagnosis […]

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27 July 2021

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 […]

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7 July 2021

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. […]

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28 May 2021

PCRMM Webinar: How to translate evidence into practice; Critically Appraised Topic (CAT) groups explored

This webinar, by Kay Stevenson, highlights the benefits to clinical practice, patient care and research of a proactive group that has been running successfully for over 10 years. In that […]

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29 April 2021

Introducing the new FSEM/PCRMM diploma

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 […]

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13 April 2021

PCRMM Webinar: Understanding Osteoporosis

Assessing fracture risk in Primary Care and case presentations from everyday practice.

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1 April 2021

PCRMM Webinar: Return to Activity and Exercise after COVID-19

Webinar by Cathy Thomson, Physiotherapist, working as an APP in Musculoskeletal knee, hip and spinal clinics at the Royal Surrey Hospital, Guildford.

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3 March 2021

Physical activity in the time of Covid-19

Dr David Salman, a GP and clinical research fellow at Imperial College, London interested in the role of physical activity in prevention of disease, and how to increase physical activity […]

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3 March 2021

Managing Long-COVID: Sport & Exercise Medicine (SEM) Perspective

Dr Amal Hassan, ST6 Registrar in Sport & Exercise Medicine, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, Senior Clinical Teaching Fellow, University College London, Division of Surgery and Interventional Science.

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3 March 2021

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