Here are a series of training modules covering infections which help prescribers to help meet CPD and revalidation requirements.
Public Health England and the British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (BSAC) have worked with primary care colleagues to develop a series of 7 free TARGET antibiotics webinars highlighting key easy actions you can take to help improve your antibiotic prescribing, and at the same time improve the patient experience and their self-care, therefore freeing up your time.
For more go to: http://target-webinars.com/
This course highlights the importance of pro-active primary healthcare professionals, clinical and non-clinical, to improve the UK’s sexual and reproductive health needs. It includes normalising testing for sexually transmitted infections and overcoming barriers to discussing sexual health.
Access the Sexual Health in Primary Care emodule
This presentation through clinical cases aims to provide up to date evidence to primary care clinicians about why optimising antibiotic prescribing is important and how this can be achieved.
The presentation lasts 60 minutes and includes slide notes and references. It can also be modified. It may be given by GPs, microbiologists or medicine managers with an interest in antibiotic use; It can be used by less experienced presenters or within a GP practice.
TARGET presentation introduction [DOC]
TARGET antibiotic group presentation template [PPT]
TARGET workshop self assessment and evaluation form [DOC]
Skin infections are commonly seen in general practice. With ever increasing rates of antibiotic resistance, it is important for GPs to feel confident about making a diagnosis and to understand when antibiotic treatment is indicated. This course describes common presentations of bacterial, viral and fungal skin infections and outlines their management.
Access the Skin Infections e-module
This course focuses on two related topics: antibiotic resistance (and its link with practice prescribing) and secondly, practical techniques for improving consultations for common infections.
This course uses case studies to illustrate various points in the clinical management of patients with infectious diarrhoea, as well as covering the public health issues involved. The wider differential diagnosis of diarrhoea is also discussed.
Access the Managing Infectious Diarrhoea emodule
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