December 2005
British Journal of General Practice;Dec2005, Vol. 55 Issue 521, p981
Academic Journal
The article presents a calendar of events related to medical care in Great Britain from December 2005 to January 2006. Sexual Health in Primary Care -- Module 1 will be held on December 1. Palliative Care in Primary Care -- Module 1 is scheduled on December 7. MRCGP Exam Preparation Course -- Video Module is on January 21. MRCGP Exam Preparation Course -- Written Paper and MCQ Paper will be held on January 22. Clinical Update: Dermatology is on January 24.


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