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Proteinuria and Haematuria in children

An understanding of a recommended management pathway for proteinuria and for haematuria in children.

Paediatric urinary tract infections

Specific considerations for paediatric urinary tract infection management differ from UTI management in adults.

Could this be sepsis?

80% of sepsis cases originate outside the hospital, so early recognition in community settings is vital.

Knee injuries: acute management

Acute knee injuries are common, especially in sports that involve twisting movements and sudden changes of direction.

Shoulder injuries: acute management

Shoulder injuries are common in primary care and can be difficult to correctly diagnose and manage.

Adults who stutter: treatment & management

Information about stuttering, support and when appropriate, speech language therapy referral options. 

Motor Neurone Disease management

The needs of individuals living with motor neurone disease (MND) are complex.

Red Rash Made Easy

This course is designed to help primary healthcare workers diagnose rashes.

Polymyalgia Rheumatica

Polymyalgia Rheumatica (PMR) is a common inflammatory rheumatic disease.

Certifying work capacity after injury

Supporting GPs in completing work capacity certificates.

Using HEEADSSS in a primary care consultation

A short but practical approach to using HEEADSSS in your primary care clinic.

Intrauterine contraceptive devices

IUCDs are forms of long-acting reversible contraception (LARC).

Relative energy deficiency (RED-S): recognition & management

RED-S has been most commonly described in aesthetic sports like gymnastics or ballet but can be present in any code.

Atopic eczema in children

Poor access to effective, sustained eczema management may contribute to morbidity.

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

COPD is characterised by a reduction in airflow that is not reversible and is usually progressive in the long term.