Primary Care

Drawing on the experience of primary care professionals working in the community and colleagues within secondary care, the team is focused on facilitating ways for colleagues to connect and share learning, to deliver better outcomes for our diverse local populations.

King’s Health Partners (KHP) also hosts a number of more clinically focused courses from within the partnership, for primary care, the details of which can be found here.

Every six weeks the team holds free webinars that feature healthcare professionals discussing a variety of important topics. 

The KHP Primary Care webinars are chaired by Dr Rachna Chowla, Joint Director of Clinical Strategy at King's Health Partners. Rachna is a GP at Albion Street Group Practice in Rotherhithe and a Clinical Lead for Clinical Effectiveness South East London. She is passionate about improving health inequalities and driving collaboration to benefit community wellbeing. 

All our webinars are held virtually via MS Teams for an hour over lunchtime between 1-2pm.

To view dates for our upcoming webinars, and other primary care events from across the partnership, please see our event calendar here. Alternatively, the calendar is at the bottom of this page. We also have a page that showcases the latest events across the partnership - to view it, click here.

Upcoming webinars 2024. 

The third Primary Care Webinar of 2024 on Wednesday 1 May will focus on the Functional Neurological Disorders. REGISTER HERE.

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The popular Maternal Medicine Course for Primary Care returns on Wednesday 15 May, 12:30pm-3:10pm. Topics will include: hypertension, hyperemesis, drugs in pregnancy, common postpartum syndromes, and breathlessness in pregnancy.  Register your place now

Veterans Minister Johnny Mercer encourages GPs to sign up to the veteran friendly accreditation scheme and for veterans to tell their GP they served in order to access the right support for them. Local GPs can get support for accreditation submission and journey from the Guy's and St Thomas' Armed Forces Programme, email them at Find out more

KHP Haematology has released 'HaemPearls' podcast. Stay up to date with frequently asked questions about Haematology impacting Primary Care. This series brings you interviews and educational discussions between Haematologists and General Practitioners to enrich your clinical practice. Listen to HAEMPEARLS via spotify

Previous webinars 

In the Learning Hub section of our website – here – people can register and watch recordings of previous Primary Care webinars for free. 

Here is the list of topics/dates of all our previous webinars in the series:


  • 20 March. 'Lifestyle Medicine Service'.
  • 17 January. 'Targeted lung health checks'.


  • 6 December. 'Hypertension management - learning from the Pathfinder project'. 
  • 1 November. 'Palliative Care and Health Equity'.
  • 6 Septemer. 'Community science in teh COVID era: Shedding light on inequalities'.
  • 5 July. 'Innovative approaches to raise awareness around cancer'.
  • 24 May. 'QGenome'.
  • 12 April. 'Multimorbidity with a focus on COPD and the role of the Lay Health Worker'.
  • 1 March. 'Reducing tobacco harm and e-cigarettes'.
  • 18 January. 'Sustainability in respiratory care'.


  • 14 December.  'King's Centre for Global Health'. 
  • 26 October. 'Digital changes in Primary Care'. 
  • 14 September. 'Men's Health - cancer awareness'.
  • 27 July. 'Focus on Haematology'.
  • 15 June. 'Long-COVID: Where are we now?'.
  • 27 April. 'The London General Practice Access Guide'. 
  • 30 March. ‘How to get the best possible postoperative outcomes for older people with multimorbidity or frailty?’


  • 8 December. 'Prehabilitation: Optimising and personalising cancer care'.
  • 10 November. ‘Reducing inequalities and improving outcomes for children’.
  • 22 September. ‘Preconception and health inequalities’. 
  • 28 July. ‘The Need to think Differently about Obesity and Diabetes’. 
  • 23 June. ‘Long-COVID and the impact of a year of COVID-19 on people living with long-term conditions in south-east London’.
  • 19 May. ‘Haematology: Bridging between Primary and Secondary Care, and the impact of COVID-19’.
  • 21 April. ‘Health Inequalities and Cancer in south-east London’.
  • 10 March. ‘Research in Primary Care’.


  • 9 December. ‘Caring for our mental well-being in primary care during COVID-19 and beyond’.
  • 21 October. ‘The COVID-19 response in south east London: What did we learn in wave one and what does this mean as we go forwards?
  • 16 September. ‘Facing challenging ethical decisions in clinical practice: guidance and decision support during COVID-19 and beyond’.
  • 22 July. ‘Meet the experts: different perspectives on COVID-19 from primary care, A&E and the wards’.