These are all FREE for RCGP members.


  • The concept is like attending a lecture but you sit in the comfort of your office or home with your computer. 

  • You have the opportunity to ask questions using an onscreen dialogue box.

  • The webinars consist of approximately 45 minutes of lecture material and then 15 minutes for questions. 

All of our webinars are recorded and they are available to watch at any time, 24hrs a day! Just email the faculty office for the password.

General Practice is a culturally and racially diverse speciality which can present certain challenges. In this series of  3 episodes we share patient, staff and organisational experiences of racism, bias and inter-cultural problems as well as some introductory practical tips for overcoming these issues.  

Episode 1 -  Speaking up against Racism - a GP Perspective is episode 1 in a series of 3 produced in partnership with Dr Rachel Morris (You are not a frog)



Dr Rachel Morris - You are not a frog

Dr Abubakar Mohammed - Wessex Faculty Board Member, GP in Hampshire

Dr Aigbokhai Ohiwerei - GP in Whitely, Hampshire

Episode 2 - Tackling Racial Bias in Recruitment & Patient Care in General Practice episode 2 in a series of 3 produced in partnership with Dr Rachel Morris (You are not a frog)



Dr Rachel Morris - You are not a frog

Dr Abubakar Mohammed - Wessex Faculty Board, GP in Hampshire

Prof. Partha Kar - Consultant in Diabetes & Endocrinology, Portsmouth

Episode 3 - Improving  the experience of International medical graduates working in General Practice 



Dr Rachel Morris - You are not a frog

Dr Abubakar Mohammed - Wessex Faculty Board, GP in Hampshire

Dr Hadiza Babalotu -GP in Portsmouth

Dr Majid Jalil - GP Partner, NHS England Adviser GP Performance & works Professional Support Unit as a cultural adviser.

January 2021 - RCA Train the Trainers

Delivered by Dr K O'Reilly, Dr R Crane, & Prof. J Lyon-Maris

Provided by RCGP Wessex and HEE Wessex.

March 2020 -  Eating Disorders

Dr Carla Figueiredo is a Consultant Psychiatrist working with the Dorset Healthcare Eating Disorder Service since 2010.  She qualified in medicine in South Africa and undertook her specialist training in General Adult Psychiatry in Wessex.  Carla has been treating both Adult and Young People in an all age Integrated Eating Disorder Service for the past 5 years.  To gain access please visit: Eating Disorders

December 2019 -  Childhood Allergies

Dr Mich Lajeunesse is a Consultant in Paediatric Allergy & Immunology at Southampton Children’s Hospital, and an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Southampton. He is an accredited specialist in Paediatric Immunology, Infectious Diseases and Allergy, a member of the British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology, and a Fellow of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.

January 2020 -  GUM

Dr Elizabeth Foley, Consultant in Genito-urinary and HIV Medicine, Southampton.

November Webinar - Childhood Obesity

Dr Jo Walker joins us this month to discuss the importance of childhood obesity and the prevention and management of this condition. Please contact the office at Wessex@rcgp.org.uk for the password and Click Here for the PDF of the slides. 

March 2019 -  Dermatology Webinar 


Dr Hywel Cooper

October Webinar - Sepsis and Deterioration


FREE OPEN ACCESS - Dr Matthew Inada-Kim joins us to discuss Sepsis and Deterioration and highlights the use of NEWS scores. This is an open access webinar as it is such an important topic, please do share it with your colleagues. Click Here for the PDF of the Powerpoint Slides.. 

September Webinar - Palliative Care Update

Dr Claire Sark Toller from Countess Mountbatten Hospice discusses updates to palliative care. The talk is primary care focused and highlights the use of NSAIDs in palliative care, fentanyl preparations and treatment of tenesmus.