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Hot Topics Clinic - Tuesday 11th May 2021

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In this Hot Topics clinic, Kate Digby will be presenting three topics to help with some of the most common presentations we see in primary care.

  • Jennifer is a 45 year old teacher who has recently been diagnosed with Rosacea. What are the treatment options and what advice can we offer her?
  • Mark is 53 years old and has low back pain with sciatica. How should we assess? What pharmacological interventions are recommended? What is the evidence for non-pharmacological treatment options?
  • Liz was bitten by an insect last weekend and thinks the bite is infected. What is the evidence for using antibiotics and when should we consider them?

This webinar will take place on Tuesday 11th May 2021 between 8 pm - 9 pm.

You will be able to claim 1 CPD credit for this online webinar with a downloadable certificate provided.

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Hot Topics Clinic - Live Webinar - Tuesday 11th May 2021
Hot Topics Clinic
Hot Topics Clinic - Live Webinar - Tuesday 11th May 2021

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Jennifer is a 45 year old teacher who has recently been diagnosed with Rosacea. What are the treatment options and what advice can we offer her?

Mark is 53 years old and has low back pain with sciatica. How should we assess? What pharmacological interventions are recommended? What is the evidence for non-pharmacological treatment options?

Liz was bitten by an insect last weekend and thinks the bite is infected. What is the evidence for using antibiotics and when should we consider them?

Hot Topics GP Update Spring 2021 - Live Webinar - Thursday 20th May 2021
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Hot Topics GP Update Spring 2021 - Live Webinar - Thursday 20th May 2021

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The Hot Topics GP Update course is the original one day course to update GPs with the latest developments in the literature and to serve as a platform for CPD and help to deliver better patient care.

The course revolves around short, engaging presentations that merge recent clinical evidence with real-life clinical scenarios. The course receives outstanding feedback for the quality of the presentations, the relevance of the content and the positive ‘feelgood’ factor generated on the day.

Hot Topics Women's Health for Primary Care Live Webinar - 22nd May 2021
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Hot Topics Women's Health for Primary Care Live Webinar - 22nd May 2021

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As we all continue to grapple with coronavirus, there's that nagging thought it the back of our minds that other conditions haven't got the memo about the pandemic. It can feel like any other learning has vanished out of our mind - don't panic! Stephanie and Zoe are ready and waiting to give you some welcome relief from Covid-19 with our popular women's health course. You can log on from home and watch the whole presentation whenever it suits you! So if the kids or dog come to distract you halfway through, don't panic.

We will cover everything you need to know about contraception, HRT, vulval symptoms, pelvic pain, PCOS and a lot more. We are confident this will be a great day.

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