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Shoulder instability

How to diagnose, investigate and manage patients with primary and recurrent shoulder instability.  

Anterior cruciate ligament injuries

We review the clinical assessment of patients with an ACL injury.  

Respiratory infections in children

In this responsible prescribing video presentation, our specialists discuss the management of respiratory illness in children.

Paediatric fever management

Fever is defined as a temperature greater than 38.0°C.

Jadelle®: Progesterone-only implant contraception

To enable women requesting contraception and enable them to make informed choices about managing their fertility.

Shaken baby syndrome

Shaken baby syndrome (SBS) is the leading cause of preventable, traumatic head injury in those under the age of two years.

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.

Shoulder injuries: acute management

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

Knee injuries: acute management

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

Patellofemoral pain syndrome

Patellofemoral pain is a common presentation in primary care.

Radial head fractures

Fractures of the radial head are common, they are seen in 20% of all acute elbow injuries and make up one-third of all elbow fractures.

Acute low back pain

Acute low back pain is common and can occur without any definite event or injury.

Sports-related concussion

Sports-related head injuries and concussion can be difficult to assess and manage.  

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

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

Diagnosing dying

To recognise when a patient you are working with is actively dying, i.e., in the last 24-48 hours of life.