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CURRICULUM - Clinically rich, case-based, self-assessment CPD modules to help you prepare for revalidation. Click on the scrolling icons or select a module from the drop down menu to test your knowledge
ESSENTIALS - back-to-basics, full text articles, by clinical topic from our Primary Care Essentials series
PRESCRIBING NURSE - written for the nurse prescriber or those with an interest in prescribing and the medical management of clinical conditions
ADVANCED PRACTICE - Expert articles providing in depth knowledge of key therapeutic areas
CLINICAL A-Z - Information, definitions, Red Flags, live links to guidelines and relevant Practice Nurse articles
GUIDELINES IN A NUTSHELL - Brief summaries of essential clinical and practice guidelines
Reviewing patients with epilepsy: a role for the practice nurse?A structured review of all patients with epilepsy should be an annual event. General practice nurses could have a lead role in this process, or may identify issues for patients with epilepsy through encounters for unrelated reasons
Heavy menstrual bleedingHeavy menstrual bleeding affects around 1 in 5 women, but many do not realise that this is a treatable condition, and healthcare professionals also ‘lack awareness’ of its impact on women or available treatment options. General practice nurses have a key role in starting the discussion and highlighting available treatment options.This Practice Nurse Masterclass aims to raise awareness of HMB and the latest NICE guidance. Read the article and then answer the questions at the end to assess your knowledge.
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Acne vulgaris: clinical review
Acne is the most common skin condition seen in the developed world and can have huge psychological impact on patients. This module explains the importance of identifying triggering factors, treating promptly and appreciating the psychological impact on the patient. Key learning points include effective therapy and avoiding scarring.
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