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Date: Tuesday 21 May 2024

Time: 18:00 - 19:00

Location: Online via MS Teams

Part of our Primary Care Seminar Series, please join us for this seminar focusing on the important topic of adolescent wellbeing.

We will be joined by Dr Stephanie Lamb, General Practitioner of RCGP Adolescent Health Group at Herne Hill Group Practice, and Clinical Director of The Well Centre London.

There will be the chance for attendees to ask questions at the end of the talk. The event will also be recorded for those unable to join live.

About Dr Stephanie Lamb

Stephanie is a GP partner in a group practice covering a diverse inner city population of 15,000 in Lambeth, South London and founder and Clinical Director of the Well Centre, a young person’s integrated health hub with Primary Care, Health and Wellbeing Link workers and CAMHS.

She has a special interest in developing accessible, young people friendly services in Primary Care and developing targeted services to more vulnerable groups of young people.

She is Chair of the RCGP Adolescent Health Group.

About the Primary Care Seminar Series

The Primary Care Seminar Series are run by a group of GP academics and medical students at St George's.

The Primary Care Seminars are an initiative designed to showcase primary care (especially academic primary care) to medical students and other clinical students. Students and staff across institutions are welcome to attend.

We have chosen topical subject areas which are of interest to students and linked to the theme of The Future of Primary Care. This event specifically will focus on the topic of adolescent wellbeing.

Each session will be an hour long, delivered online via MS Teams and hosted by one of the primary care education team. It will typically comprise one or two speakers and the opportunity for students to ask questions in a moderated Q&A.

Sessions will be recorded so that those unable to join live will be able to watch at a later date.

Please note: You only need to register once to be included in the whole seminar series, therefore if you have registered to attend a previous Future of Primary Care seminar, you do not need to register again.


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