The postgraduate medical centres run a series of regular lecture programmes on a term-by-term basis. 

GP lectures

During term time, GP lectures are held on a weekly basis. The lectures provide clinical updates to local GPs plus hospital staff. See GP education and events

These lectures count towards your continuing professional development (CPD), and following each lecture, the postgraduate medical centre sends out CPD certificates electronically so that they can be uploaded to revalidation portfolios.

Special lecture series: PGMC GP webinar series

Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay The Epsom and St Helier Medicine Team and the Surrey Downs GP Tutor are running a series of lunchtime talks provided by hospital consultants to Sutton and Surrey Downs GPs. The timetable for the next series of lectures will be published on this page soon.

Virtual hospital lectures

Image by Alexandra_Koch from Pixabay During term time, hospital lectures are held on a weekly basis via Zoom. The lectures provide general updates for hospital doctors and other healthcare professionals.  The Winter Term Hospital Lecture Series will be available shortly.





Contact Debra Gent (Post Graduate Medical Center Administrator) at: debra.gent@nhs.net  to access the recordings of previous Hospital Lectures. 

Virtual grand rounds 

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Grand Round lectures are held on a weekly basis every Thursday via Zoom .

St Helier Grand Round run from 8.30am - 9.30am and Epsom Grand Round run from 1pm - 2pm.

Grand round lectures consist of interesting case presentations and are aimed at an audience across all specialties and grades.  Contact Nevena Hristova (GP Training Scheme Coordinator) at n.hristova@nhs.net or esth.grandround@nhs.net  for the meeting link and the lecture topic details.

Grand round presentations

Grand round presentations, held at both Epsom and St Helier, are being catalogued by the Library and Information Services. The aim of this is to improve the sharing of medical expertise across both hospitals to inform patient care and enhance our clinical practice. We hope this will be of particular benefit to our doctors in training.

For a list of Grand Round presentations please click here:

Searching for presentations in the library catalogue

Click Advanced under the search box.

Advanced search Library Catalogue

Enter the name of the department or keywords in the search box.  Click Grand Round Presentation from the selections in the Item type field so that the search is limited to Grand Round Presentations only. In the Location and availability field,  select All libraries. In the Groups of libraries select ESTH and click Search.

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Due to information governance, the presentations are only available internally to Epsom and St Helier staff and patient information may have been removed from the original presentation, to comply with information governance.

Opening a presentation: If the presentation has been made available by the presenter there will be a note of the file address in the catalogue record.  Available presentations are stored on an ESTH internal drive and can only be accessed from a Trust computer.

Grand Round Presentation screenshot

Requesting a presentation: not all presentations have been made available. If you require a presentation which has a catalogue record but no file address, please contact the author.

The catalogue is maintained by Library and Information Services, please contact Hirson Library for more information (esth.hirsonlibrary@nhs.net).

Literature search to support a case presentation

The Library and Information Service can carry out literature searches across a range of healthcare databases to find evidence-based information relating to cases presented at the Grand Rounds. If you are presenting a case, and would like us to carry out a search for you, please email the library at esth.hirsonlibrary@nhs.net.

Publishing a case study

If you would like to publish a case study via BMJ case reports, please contact Hirson Library for more information (esth.hirsonlibrary@nhs.net).



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