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Diagnosis and management of osteoporosis

This module uses a case based approach to discussing the diagnosis and management of osteoporosis and prevention of fragility fractures incorporating the guidance from NICE SIGN and National Osteoporosis Guidelines Group (NOGG) and identifying the differences between them where relevant. It highlights ?at risk? groups and discusses the FRAX and QFracture risk assessment tools giving the opportunity to use them in the scenarios presented. Your knowledge of management options is tested and guidance is offered on when to refer to secondary care. The module discusses how often to monitor patients at risk of fragility fractures and provides suggestions for resources that clinicians can use with their patients.

Diagnosis and management in osteoporosis

This module uses a case based approach to discussing the diagnosis and management of osteoporosis and prevention of fragility fractures incorporating the guidance from NICE SIGN and National Osteoporosis Guidelines Group (NOGG) and identifying the differences between them where relevant. It highlights ?at risk? groups and discusses the FRAX and QFracture risk assessment tools giving the opportunity to use them in the scenarios presented. Your knowledge of management options is tested and guidance is offered on when to refer to secondary care. The module discusses how often to monitor patients at risk of fragility fractures and provides suggestions for resources that clinicians can use with their patients.

Quality Improvement in Primary Care

Considering quality improvement is integral to effective service delivery. This module introduces you to quality improvement. It describes what it is how it builds on existing systems what makes it work well and how you can get started.

Prescribing in General Practice

An e-Learning course on prescribing in general practice. This course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals in the UK.

Post-polio Syndrome

An E-Learning course on Post-polio Syndrome. The course is FREE for RCGP members and available for purchase by other healthcare professionals.

Urinary Tract Infections

An e-Learning course on Urinary Tract Infections: A Primary Care Puzzle. This course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals in the UK.

Telehealth telemedicine and telecare an introduction to TECS

An eLearning course on Telehealth telemedicine and telecare: an introduction to TECS. This course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals in the UK and International Members.

Taking Action to Support Carers in Practice Teams

An e-Learning course on taking action to support carers in practice teams. This course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals in the UK.

Blood Cancer

This eLearning course aims to deliver an understanding of the current epidemiology of haematological malignancies in the UK to aid in earlier diagnosis. It is free to access for all healthcare professionals.

Behaviour Change and Cancer Prevention

An e-Learning course on prescribing in Behaviour Change and Cancer Prevention. This course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals

Axial Spondyloarthritis

An e-Learning course on Axial Spondyloarthritis (SpA). This course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals.

Autism in General Practice

An e-Learning course on autism in general practice. This course is FREE to RCGP members Associates-in-Training and available on subscription to others

Atopic Eczema

The two module course will cover the presentation aetiology diagnosis and management of atopic eczema. All age groups will be included in the module. Case studies will be used to illustrate some of the key points.

Asthma

An e-Learning course on Asthma. This course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals.

Hepatitis B and C

After completing the course the learner will: Understand the epidemiology of hepatitis B and C and how to assess the risk of hepatitis B and C for a patient. Understand the new treatment options for hepatitis C, and their success rates. Know when patients with hepatitis B and C should be referred, or re-referred, to secondary care in view of changes in treatment options. Be confident in communicating with patients to assess risk, discuss testing and giving results. Know how to manage patients with chronic hepatitis before, during and after their treatment.

GP SelfTest

GP SelfTest is an online learning needs assessment tool for GPs at all career stages which will help you to validate knowledge and identify areas for improvement with links for further study. It is an invaluable resource for AiTs preparing for their AKT assessment and is a useful resource for qualified GPs seeking to demonstrate ongoing competence for revalidation and in pursuit of extended roles.

Antiphospholipid syndrome

This course looks at the problem of dependence on medicines both prescribed and over-the-counter. The concept of dependence is explored along with information on how it might develop who is at increased risk and how you might recognise it. There is a focus on the particular dependence-forming medicines that might be encountered in primary care and information is provided on good prescribing practice. Management strategies are discussed noting that dependence usually develops slowly and so there are several opportunities to intervene.

Annual Review of Competency Progression Introduction and Refresher

It is recommended that Annual Review of Competence Progression (ARCP) panel members should receive training and regular updates to ensure consistency and maintain quality and standards. This course will guide panel members trainees and trainers through the ARCP process. This course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals in the UK.

Gastro oesophageal reflux disease a case based approach to management

Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD) is a common presentation in the western world with a prevalence of ca 10-28 % in adults and a growing prevalence in children. Prior use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs smoking excess body weight and gastrointestinal and cardiac conditions are all associated with an increased risk of a diagnosis of GORD making it important to advise on lifestyle changes in primary care before starting to prescribe. Proton pump inhibitors (PPI) prescriptions have risen over the last ten years with up to 41% of elderly patients on PPIs. This primary care focused course of four fifteen minute modules aims to improve management of GORD in primary care whilst reducing unnecessary prescribing.

Alkaptonuria - Black Bone Disease

An eLearning course on alkaptonuria - black bone disease. This course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals.

Alcohol Management in Primary Care - Level 1

This course builds on the information presented in the Alcohol: Identification and Brief Advice course. It covers the physical and mental health problems associated with problem drinking. This course is FREE to all primary health care professionals.

Alcohol Identification and Brief Advice

This course is for everybody who needs to use an assessment tool to identify problematic drinking. It is intended for a general audience; you do not have to be a doctor or a nurse to attempt it. This course is FREE to all primary health care professionals.

Acne

An e-Learning course on Acne. This course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals.

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