Join us at our free online CPD event

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About the course

Pulse is offering a free online CPD webinar, exclusively for psychiatrists.

Save your spot at our upcoming online CPD workshop

Here at Pulse, we are committed to investing in the professional development of psychiatrists across the UK. Going the extra mile to ensure we can offer access to a variety of high-quality CPD tools and resources.

That’s why this September, we are running our online CPD webinar, ‘Breach of Duty of Care’, and we are delighted to extend an invite to BMA members.

Key details:

Date: Tuesday 19 th September 2023

Time: 12:00 – 13:30

Where: Online

Register for your place

More information

What will you get out of this CPD event?

This event is designed to cover key topics that are critical for doctors working in the NHS or private

healthcare sector. It’ll provide an introduction to breach of duty of care, giving attendees insight into

real-life case reviews, while also providing advice on how to protect yourself from a duty of care breach.

Plus, the event will count as 90 minutes of CPD, and you’ll get a certificate of attendance after the event

for your records.

Who should attend?

This event is suited to medical and psychiatry doctors working in the NHS or private healthcare sector.

Save your spot

If you have any questions or would like any further information, please do not hesitate to contact us.

If you are unable to attend this event but would like to know about our future CPD workshops, we

recommend registering your details on our website and a member of our team will get in touch as soon

as new events are announced.

Best wishes,

The team at Pulse

About Pulse

At Pulse, we pride ourselves on having over 30 years of experience in healthcare staffing. We’re proud to have been awarded approved supplier status on all major NHS frameworks; meaning our candidates have access to all NHS psychiatry jobs within all major NHS trusts.

Pulse provides psychiatrists with the freedom and flexibility to work different schedules at different times to suit their current circumstances and lifestyles. They also benefit from a lot more variety in their day-to-day by working with different providers, teams and clients, enhancing their CV with on-the-job experience.

We care passionately about the quality of our staff and services and are dedicated to exceeding the highest standards. By attracting and nurturing the best people, we enable our clients to deliver the best compassionate care.

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