You can register to attend free, two-hour seminar sessions as part of your BMA membership. You can attend in person at BMA House in London, or watch live via the Internet.
All bookings close the day before the event so early booking is advisable. We are unable to book you on once the booking system closes.
For each seminar we will provide details of any relevant BMJ Learning modules available for the topics covered. You can also search and browse through BMJ Learning modules online.
Please use the 'book' links below to register and select the correct booking option on the registration form (BMA House or via the Internet).
This page will be updated with details of new seminar events and webcasts as they become available.
Female Genital Mutilation - 6.30pm, 2 July 2019
- To consider the complications and approaches to management
- To hear from a Survivor of FGM
- To consider the professional challenges and duties of Doctors in relation to FGM
Immunisation update - 6.30pm, 17 July 2019
- Receive an in-depth update on current immunisation practice
- Consider how to improve the nation’s health through immunisation
- Question and answer session an all aspects of immunisations
Challenges in the promotion of long acting reversible contraceptives - 6.30pm, 6 August 2019
- Understand the research around this issue
- Consider the management of patients requiring this care
Chromosome conditions update - 6.30pm, 21 August 2019
- Update on Down Syndrome
- Update on Fragile X syndrome
- Update on foetal valproate and other toxicogenic syndromes
Certificates of attendance will be issued electronically to participants who register and complete the feedback evaluation survey after the event.
The BMA in London plans a small number of CPD sessions each month. You can download presentations from past CPD sessions, including presentations from webcasts, and find out about future sessions planned to take place in London from the BMA Connecting doctors page. Please note you will be required to login.
View recordings of all CPD events
Email Dr Andrew Barton, London regional coordinator or call 020 8655 8863 for more details.