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What's New...

New Pearl

04 Aug 2022

Feeling hot, hot, hot? Let's talk about heatstrokeFeeling hot, hot, hot? Let's talk about heatstroke

It’s Monday morning. Jani is age 9. There is a message from mum on triage list:  “Jani’s a bit confused, and she’s been vomiting this morning and she isn’t quite herself. Mum very worried.  Been camping at a festival and got back in the early hours of this morning. She doesn’t want to get out of bed.”

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New Webinar

25 Jul 2022

Menopause Menopause

Next live hosted event Thur 6 Oct. Join BMS Menopause Specialist Helen Barnes and the Red Whale Women's Health Update Course Director Lucy Cox for a comprehensive, holistic and evidence informed approach to supporting women through the menopause transition.

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New Webinar

25 Jul 2022

Older People and FrailtyOlder People and Frailty

Next live event Friday 11th November 9.30am-1.00pm! In this half-day event on ‘Older people and frailty’, we will explore key concepts and skills which are crucial in supporting our older patients - both at home and in nursing home settings.

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New Pearl

14 Jul 2022

Tendinopathy: does the tennis season deserve such a bad name?Tendinopathy: does the tennis season deserve such a bad name?

Tennis gets an unfair rap when it comes to tendinopathies. They can be caused by any ‘overuse’ activity – painting the fence, extensive pruning, new intensity of sports training or working on a new machine!

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New Webinar

11 Jul 2022

Contraception and sexual health Contraception and sexual health

Autumn live event date coming soon! This half-day course is a comprehensive, relevant and pragmatic update on contraception and female sexual health issues in primary care.

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New Pearl

07 Jul 2022

Drugs: monitored dosing systemsDrugs: monitored dosing systems

Provision of monitored dosing systems (MDS) was a surprising topic to hit the news in the past few weeks as a well-known high-street pharmacy chain came under fire for stopping provision of these for some patients. This is not really a new story!

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New Pearl

30 Jun 2022

Spotting colorectal cancer in young peopleSpotting colorectal cancer in young people

Dame Deborah James, host of ‘You, Me and the Big C’ podcast, worked tirelessly to raise the profile of colorectal cancer, particularly in young people. She died this week at the age of 40, and has left a legacy of greater awareness of the symptoms of colorectal cancer among the public.

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New Pearl

23 Jun 2022

Will this new medication interact with my pill?Will this new medication interact with my pill?

Consultations about contraception can, at times, be a great opportunity to catch up and have a relatively straightforward patient-centred consultation where everyone leaves happy! Winner. But for some women it can be much more complicated.

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New Pearl

09 Jun 2022

Not in love with the summertime? Itchy eyes!Not in love with the summertime? Itchy eyes!

“Laugh at the tears you’re crying, smile while your head explodes.” This Divine Comedy song resonated with many fellow hay fever sufferers, and we are in peak grass pollen season at the moment.

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