Stroke is a common, serious and treatable condition. In the past 20 years, there have been major advances in the evidence base and more recently, there have been significant improvements in service delivery in some parts of the UK.
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Dr Jean Watkins advises on the possible causes of prepatellar bursitis.
Dr Nigel Stollery examines the differences in characteristic features of neck swellings.
Identify unintentional weight loss, advises Dr Pipin Singh
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Coeliac disease is an autoimmune disorder of the small intestine that occurs in genetically predisposed people of all ages from middle infancy onward.
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How to classify obesity, and when and how to initiate further treatment, such as bariatric surgery. By Mr Andrew Jenkinson
Diagnosing and managing COPD in primary care. By consultant chest physician Dr Nicholas Hopkinson
An overview for GPs of the diagnosis, management and prognosis of this type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Diagnose and manage erectile dysfunction. By urologists Mr Tamer El Husseiny and Mr Paul Anderson
What are the risks and outcomes in patients with existing and gestational diabetes in pregnancy? Dr Polly Weston advises on assessment and management.
Discussing the diagnosis, management and prognosis of cardiomyopathy. By Dr cardiologist Dr Rajiv Sankaranarayanan
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Physiotherapist Greg Turpin and Dr Mareeni Raymond discuss a multidisciplinary approach.
Too busy to read all of the journals? Dr Raj Thakkar selects the latest papers of interest to GPs.
Too busy to read the journals? Dr Simon Hunter selects the latest papers of interest to GPs.
Know the serious causes of postcoital bleeding and when to refer patients.
Dr Shahnaz Russ and Dr Andreas Russ describe the role of GPs in suicide risk assessment and management.
Too busy to read all of the journals? Dr Jonathan Holliday selects papers of interest to GPs.
The statement of fitness for work is straightforward if you know the rules.
Too busy to read all of the journals? Dr Gwen Lewis selects the latest papers of interest to GPs.
Dr Kamilla Porter outlines the latest recommendations on acute and long-term treatment of gout
Dr Suzanne Hunter explains recent research on Mediterranean diets, vitamin D, age of menarche and unrecognised MI.
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Read this article to find out how to use the CPD Organiser for your continuing professional development and medical education. The CPD Organiser lets you add articles and pages from the internet, create notes, manage your learning in folders, claim C...