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Interactive learning with quizzes throughout and a focus on case studies is delivered through this learning plan. GPs and other healthcare professionals can gain CPD points while learning in a more engaging format.
Simply click `Start activity’ as usual and complete each module, answering questions as you go and completing the final test of recall. On completion you can claim your CPD certificate as usual.
This module, updated in 2018 by Dr Bernhard Frank, provides an overview of the clinical features, investigations and treatment of neuropathic pain. Work through this interactive module to learn more about the pathophysiology of neuropathic pain, prognosis and NICE recommendations for pharmacological management.
In this interactive module, Dr Roopa Jaiswal explores red flag symptoms associated with numbness. Key learning points include possible causes of numbness, red flag symptoms requiring further investigation, and how to approach history taking and examination.
In this interactive module, Dr Suneeta Kochhar describes red flag symptoms associated with dizziness. Key learning points include possible causes, red flag symptoms, taking a comprehensive history, and matching symptoms to specific causes.
In this case-based module, Dr Toni Hazell discusses oral health problems, including how to deal with requests for antibiotics for dental abscesses.
In this interactive activity, Dr Ravi Ramanathan answers key questions on the process of appraisal and revalidation for GPs, covering reflection, gathering evidence and creating a PDP.
In this interactive activity, Dr Roopa Jaiswal focuses on red flag symptoms associated with epigastric pain. Work through the learning points, cases and discussion, answering questions as you go and completing a final quiz to test your learning. Key learning points include red flag symptoms and signs, investigations to conduct and when to refer.
In an interactive learning activity, Dr Nigel Stollery presents four case studies of foot conditions and challenges your ability to identify and manage them.
This article, updated in 2018, by Dr Tillmann Jacobi covers the possible red flag symptoms to consider when a patient presents with erectile dysfunction.
In this interactive module, Dr Willemina Rietsema discusses the causes and management of pernicious anaemia. Key learning points for healthcare professionals include dietary and other medical causes of vitamin B12 deficiency, identifying patients at increased risk of pernicious anaemia and how to optimise and monitor treatment.
In this interactive activity, Tony Kay and colleagues advise on how GPs and nurses can best provide support for patients with tinnitus.