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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 Urgent Care course is a truly multidisciplinary, evidence-based update in acute patient management, covering national and international literature/ guidelines to ensure you are providing the most up to date evidence-informed patient care broken up into small bite size topics.

  • 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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Release Date: 16th December 2022

The Urgent Care course is a truly multidisciplinary, evidence-based update in acute patient management, covering national and international literature/ guidelines to ensure you are providing the most up-to-date evidence-informed patient care broken up into small bite-size topics.

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

The Urgent Care course is a truly multidisciplinary, evidence-based update in acute patient management, covering national and international literature/ guidelines to ensure you are providing the most up to date evidence-informed patient care broken up into small bite-size topics.

  • 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

Cognitive bias and the importance of safety netting

Dr Rob Walker
17th November 2022

Safety netting is something that is drummed into us at a very early stage in our medical careers. It’s a recommended part of a standard consultation, and one that we all got taught to do as GP trainees,...

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...

Monkeypox - a sense of Déjà vu?

Dr Andy Ward
26th May 2022

Monkeypox – a sense of Déjà vu?


Podcasts

S3 E12 - Monkeypox song; more about monkeypox; keeping the frail mobile; preventative medicine - what is it good for?; treating mild hypertension in pregnancy - right or wrong?

25th May 2022

<p>Welcome to the latest Hot Topics podcast with Dr Neal Tucker.&nbsp; This week we think about monkeypox. Do we need to worry? What do we need to look out for? Can my pet rat give it to me? </p><p>Beyond a disease very few of us are likely to ever see, we look at new research on improving mobility in people with frailty and sarcopenia - can exercise classes and nutrition make a real-world difference? </p><p>We consider a BJGP paper on preventative medicine - why don't we do more, what are the barriers and what really works? </p><p>Our final piece of research examines whether treating mild hypertension in pregnancy is beneficial or detrimental to mother and baby. Are the NICE guidelines right?</p><p><b>References</b></p><p>Monkeypox info <a href="https://www.gov.uk/guidance/monkeypox#guidance-for-primary-care" target="_blank" rel="noopener">UK gov</a> &amp; <a href="https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/monkeypox" target="_blank" rel="noopener">WHO</a></p><p><a href="https://www.bmj.com/content/377/bmj-2021-068788" target="_blank" rel="noopener">BMJ Maintaining mobility in older people with frailty</a></p><p><a href="https://bjgp.org/content/72/718/237" target="_blank" rel="noopener">BJGP Prevention in practice</a></p><p><a href="https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2201295" target="_blank" rel="noopener">NEJM Treating mild hypertension in pregnancy</a></p><p><a href="https://www.nice.org.uk/guidance/ng133/chapter/Recommendations" target="_blank" rel="noopener">NICE Guideline on chronic hypertension in pregnancy</a></p>


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