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Live Course Webinars

Join us live for our fully interactive online course experience. All the benefits of a face to face course from the comfort of your own home

Ask as many questions as you want to our dedicated Q&A wingman and participate in polls making the whole experience as exciting and fulfilling as attending a face to face course.

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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.

  • GP
    £195
  • GP Trainee
    £150
  • Nurses & Other Allied Health Professionals
    £150
  • Group or third party booking
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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.

  • GP
    £195
  • GP Trainee
    £150
  • Nurses & Other Allied Health Professionals
    £150
  • Group or third party booking
card-header-image

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.

  • GP
    £195
  • GP Trainee
    £150
  • Nurses & Other Allied Health Professionals
    £150
  • Group or third party booking
card-header-image

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.

  • GP
    £195
  • GP Trainee
    £150
  • Nurses & Other Allied Health Professionals
    £150
  • Group or third party booking

Online Courses

Want to learn at your own pace and on your own schedule? Why not try an NB Medical pre-recorded course?

With a pre-recorded NB course, you can work your way through a course at your own leisure and at your own speed. 6 hours of learning, broken down into topics, available 24 hours a day to suit your own schedule

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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.

  • GP
    £195
  • GP Trainee
    £150
  • Nurses & Other Allied Health Professionals
    £150
  • Group or third party booking
card-header-image

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.

  • GP
    £195
  • GP Trainee
    £150
  • Nurses & Other Allied Health Professionals
    £150
  • Group or third party booking

Books

The Hot Topics Course reference book accompanies the course but is also available to purchase separately

The book is fully referenced with recent summaries of the evidence commonly seen in primary care. Most of our delegates use this every day, like they use the BNF.


Blogs

Panic disorder – do the drugs work?

Dr Simon Curtis
29th September 2022

Mike is on the phone. He has suffered from panic attacks all his life, but over the last few months they have become much more common. They are recurrent, can be unexpected and the fear that they will...

Hot Topics GP Update Autumn Preview 2022

Dr Simon Curtis
15th September 2022

Have you been too busy this year to keep up with the journals and guidelines? Do you want to practise up to date, evidence-based medicine? Do you want to be inspired thinking about the interface of patient...

A bit more Muscle to the debate on statin side effects

Dr Rob Walker
8th September 2022

Much like the grey figure of John Major from Spitting Image, the topic of muscle side effects and statins may seem both inherently boring and very ‘old news’. So when I was forwarded the latest Lancet...

Hot weather, older people, antihypertensives and low potassium

Dr Simon Curtis
18th August 2022

Like you, I’ve sweated through a few duty doctor sessions during the latest heatwave. I’ve received some ‘frank and honest’ feedback from my colleagues that scrubs plus shorts is not a good look, but hey...

It's not about the Serotonin

Dr Neal Tucker
4th August 2022

“So, it’s about serotonin. Low levels cause depression and these medications help to restore serotonin to it’s normal level.” 

The Buzz Around Eczema

Dr Neal Tucker
28th July 2022

“Doctor, I’ve tried everything for my child’s eczema. Aveeno, E45, Nivea… None of it works. What can I do?”

Feeding a Fever

Dr Neal Tucker
21st July 2022

Thankfully the extreme temperatures seen around the UK and Europe this week have now eased off but many of our patients are still feeling hot – feverish in fact. Whether it’s covid, the common cold, UTI...

10 Top Tips for Safe DOAC prescribing

Dr Rob Walker
7th July 2022

Thanks to all of you for reading and commenting on my blog last week on the current push for edoxaban as the preferred choice of DOAC. It generated a few sharp responses, which is not surprising as the...

‘Ere Guv…boxes of edoxaban going cheap…’

Dr Rob Walker
30th June 2022

Brenda comes to see you in your morning surgery. One look at her expression tells you that she is not happy. No, this is not an incoming complaint about access and lack of face-to-face appointments (phew,...

OA of the hip: The HIT Trial

Dr Simon Curtis
23rd June 2022

Osteoarthritis of the hip: common, painful, hugely limiting to function and quality of life and now post pandemic we and our patients face huge delays and barriers to surgical referral. We advise patients...

Diagnosing paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation

Dr Nick Jones
16th June 2022

It’s a duty doctor morning and you flick through the list of people waiting. You see Stella has requested a call to discuss palpitations. She’s a 76-year-old lady with hypertension who attended A&E yesterday....

Please Sir, may I have some...Evusheld

Dr Philippa Davies
2nd June 2022

Pat is one of our many solid organ transplant patients whose life depends on ongoing immunosuppression. An unfortunate side effect of this treatment can be failure to generate antibodies after vaccination, data shows...

Monkeypox - a sense of Déjà vu?

Dr Andy Ward
26th May 2022

Monkeypox – a sense of Déjà vu?

Beware of the Chair

Dr Duncan Hill
12th May 2022

As a nation we are sitting more, as GP’s we are spending more time at our desks. How does this impact our health and risks of chronic disease and what can we do to reduce this?

It’s not what you’ve got, it’s how you use it

Dr Neal Tucker
5th May 2022

Dave has had asthma since he was a kid. He’s 45 now. He knows asthma. “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks”. 

NFILD and non-antibiotic options for recurrent UTI

Dr Rob Walker
28th April 2022

Joan is 73 and comes to see you with a worsening dry cough over the past few months, and she is now feeling a bit more puffed out than usual, which is affecting her daily dog walk. Her examination is unremarkable...

GALLERI: The Holy Grail for cancer diagnosis?

Rob Walker
3rd February 2022

We all know that there are multiple challenges to the early diagnosis of cancer for us in primary care, one of the big ones being a lack of access to accurate tests for cancer. There are obviously exceptions...

Home BP monitors - reassuringly cheap and accurate

Dr Rob Walker
20th January 2022

Which blood pressure monitor should I buy doc? I hope it won’t cost too much…I’m sure all of us will have had this, or a variation of this question from patients over the past few years. There had been...

ME/CFS – Top 5 learning points from the new NICE guideline

Dr Simon Curtis
13th January 2022

In late October 2021, NICE published their new guideline on myalgic encephalomyelitis or encephalopathy/ chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) NICE NG206 2021.  As could have been predicted, the guideline...


Podcasts


KISSes

KISS: Inclisiran

21st October 2021

A complimentary KISS Summary from NB Medical looking at Inclisiran

KISS: Shoulder Pain

8th September 2021

A complimentary KISS Summary from NB Medical looking at Shoulder Pain

KISS - QOF Indicator Changes 2020/21

3rd September 2020

NB Medical provides a complimentary Keep It Simple Summary guide to QOF Indicator Changes for 2020/21.

KISS: Management of Migraine

7th July 2021

A complimentary KISS Summary from NB Medical looking at the Management of Migraines.


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