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Looking forward to seeing you in Edinburgh!


Following two phenomenally successful meetings in London and Manchester this May, we’re now looking forward to the final MIMS Clinical Update conference of 2016, in Edinburgh on 9 June.


There are still a few places available, so if you’d like to attend please register NOW.

Click here to take a look at the programme


Benefits of attending:


• CPD certification for 5.5 hours
• Lively expert talks and Q&A
• Resource pack at the event
• Lunch and networking
• Post-event slides available

MIMS Clinical Update events are supported by lively and interactive exhibitions, where you can meet and network with fellow GPs and leading service providers in the healthcare market.


Book now to avoid disappointment



MIMS Clinical Update London 2016 programme


London 2016: Dermatology

Identify common and less common conditions through lively picture quizzes and interactive sessions. Pick up tips from the experts on successful management of skin conditions seen in general practice.

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London 2016: Diabetes & Cardiovascular Disease

Improve your management of diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Increase your confidence in prescribing newer therapies, and reduce inappropriate referrals.

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London 2016: Women’s Health

Learn how to manage PMS and PCOS. Increase your confidence in prescribing contraception for high-risk women and get up to date on osteoporosis.

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London 2016: Respiratory

Improve your skills in diagnosing respiratory conditions such as asthma, TB and allergic rhinitis. Get the latest on asthma in children and learn how to spot lung cancer early.

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MIMS Clinical Update Manchester 2016 programme


Update your knowledge on a range of clinical areas including prescribing HRT for menopausal symptoms, correct inhaler technique and the latest research in diabetes.

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MIMS Clinical Update Edinburgh 2016 programme


Learn how to identify common and less common skin rashes, find out the latest in diabetes research, and how to assess patients for minor surgery.

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