GP Education Days
As a GP you play a vital part in your patient's cancer care pathway. So you need to know what symptoms to look out for and when to refer your patient for tests. If your patient does have cancer, you need to make sure that they get the best possible treatment and care.
GP training at The Royal Marsden
As one of the world’s leading cancer centres, The Royal Marsden has been at the forefront of cancer diagnosis, treatment, research and education for the past 160 years.
In 2009, we launched the GP Education Series, a programme of events and online learning opportunities which allow us to contribute to your professional development by sharing some of our expertise and knowledge. The Series has met with great success, with over 500 GPs attending our live events and thousands more accessing our online learning resources.
Throughout 2013 and 2014, we will continue to host one-day and half-day interactive seminars covering aspects of cancer diagnosis, treatment and research relevant to you as a GP. Webcasts of the proceedings are made available soon after each GP Education Day so that doctors who are unable to attend can benefit from the presentations as well.
Each day focuses on several different tumour types and is delivered by a multidisciplinary team of experts through interactive case studies, panel discussions and clinical lectures. Attendees also have the opportunity to network with other GPs and meet many of our consultants.
Each day's learning equates to 5 CPD credits. Certificates are provided to GPs who attend a live event.
Upcoming GP Education Days
Our next GP Education Day will be on women's cancers on 27 February 2014. More details to follow.
Webcasts and presentations
Unable to attend on the day? You can now download presentations and watch videos from the previous seminars – find out more.