This webinar is a live event and will begin Saturday 9th November 2024 at 9:30 AM

Hot Topics Abnormal Blood Results

9:30 AM to 1:00 PM

Individual Booking £120.00

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Ever found yourself staring at a patient's blood results at 6 pm on a Friday evening, thinking "what on earth...??"

Ever wondered how abnormal someone's liver function can be before you need to panic?

Or which out of the 15 medications they are on is most likely to have caused that high potassium result?

Dealing with an endless variety of blood results is a daily part of managing risk and uncertainty in primary care.  But the sheer volume and scope can feel overwhelming, with what is normal or abnormal often being a big grey area. The new NB Medical Abnormal blood test course is designed to help. We will look at some of the most common clinical scenarios you will encounter in primary care, and with a concise, evidence-based summary for each test, give you the answers you need. 

We will cover:

  • Why are we doing this test?
  • What's the commonest reason it might be abnormal?
  • How much do I need to panic if it is?
  • What are the red flags?
  • What should I do next?

With the support of a dedicated coursebook and our easy reference KISS style, you can breathe easy. Come and join us!

The webinar will be carried out as a morning session on Saturday 9th November 2024 starting at 9:30 am and finishing at 1 pm.  Don’t worry if you miss something, all of the content will be available on-demand.

You will be able to claim 3 hours of CPD credits for attending this online webinar.

You will be emailed a direct link to view the webinar shortly after registration as well as a reminder the day before the session and you can also view it via the NB Dashboard.

What's Included in our Webinar?

12 months access to the online course broken down into topics. Review and refresh all the presentations and information you heard on the day

3 credits of CPD learning

A hard copy course reference book posted to the address of your choice

The KISS from NB - new and updated KISS summaries (Keep it Simple Summaries) sent to you on a monthly basis

12 months online access to the course reference book via the NB Dashboard

Automated upload of CPD from your CPD tracker into your Fourteen Fish or Clarity Appraisal Toolkit

What are people saying about our webinars?

Today was brilliant I couldn’t have asked for more appropriate /needed topics to be covered. Will recommend to webinar to other GP colleagues.

Dr Swords, GP Partner