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During this one hour webinar, we will discuss two fictional patient case studies, both living with type 2 diabetes at differing stages.
We will consider the new NICE guidelines in type 2 diabetes and bring these important updates alive as we discuss the management of these patients. We will cover the extended role for SGLT2 inhibitors in early type 2 diabetes for use beyond glycaemic control and the role and place of the GLP1s. This will be a very practical and interactive hour of primary care diabetes education hosted by Sarah Davies, GPwSI in Diabetes and Su Down, Consultant DSN.
The Diabetes for Primary Care webinar is ideal for all GPs, practice nurses and pharmacists needing an update in diabetes, and not just for GPs with a special interest. As diabetes becomes ever more common and at the same time the management becomes more complex, this webinar aims to help break down all of the research into bite-size topics.
With dermatology appearing in up to 25% of our general practice consultations, many skin conditions being managed exclusively in primary care, and for patients who require a referral they are facing increasingly longer waiting times, now is a great time to update and refresh our dermatology knowledge. The aim of this webinar is to increase your diagnostic skills, confidence and management of the common dermatology conditions we see in primary care.
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
Joint pains have increased since the pandemic with more sedentary time leading to deconditioning and posture leading to strains and pains, particularly in the shoulder. Coupled with this, waiting for physiotherapy is growing. So how can we diagnose the problem and how can we get our patients started while waiting for Physio. We will discuss all of this on June 14th, so come join us for a simple shoulder assessment.
The Cancer for Primary Care course will bring you right up to date with recent developments in cancer care - from changes to screening programmes, updates in cancer prevention, new hot topics in early diagnosis and developments in end of life care. This course will enable you to deliver optimal, evidence-based care for your patients, even during this time of Covid.
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.