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Recently updated - Lower urinary tract symptoms in men, a guide to management: putting NICE guidelines into practice: http://bit.ly/1g9oP9l
Understand the importance that lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) have in affecting the quality of life of older men
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Access a 10 minute summary module of the recently published NICE symptom-based guidance on referral for suspected #cancer here: http://bit.ly/1gs434J
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Last week NICE published updated guidelines on suspected cancer: recognition and referral, to help doctors know which patients should be referred and investigated further. But at hundreds of pages long, it’s not easy to get to grips with the new referral criteria.

Our 10-minute 'Quick tips' module is here to help you with printable quick reference tables that summarise all the symptom-based referral criteria for adults, as well as graphic summaries of the guideline for adults and children.

http://bit.ly/1gs434J
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Day 2 topic highlights at Masterclasses GP General Update, September, include #Diabetes and #Ophthalmology. View more: http://bit.ly/1LPFhrg
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What blood tests do NICE recommend monitoring in patients who have recently started taking an ACE inhibitor?

a) Full blood count and serum electrolytes
b) Renal function and serum electrolytes
c) Liver transaminases
d) Creatine kinase

Find out the answer in the first module from our 'step by step' series on following up patients after a myocardial infarction: http://bit.ly/1IoNI7k
This module offers a practical, step by step guide for GPs on ensuring patients are on the correct medical treatment following a myocardial infarction. It covers the recommended drugs, dose titrations, monitoring and duration of treatments, in line with the most recent guidance from NICE in the UK
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Remember, you can still access specially selected free content and discounted resources for #nurses  until Friday!
To find out more visit: http://bmj.co/intnursesday
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"I think it was a helpful module and I will definitely use these tips in my practice" says a recent GP reviewer of our 'Ask an expert: Urinary tract infection in infants and children' module: http://bit.ly/1OqytPu
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There are many sun related dermatoses, both common and rare that may have a significant impact on patients' quality of life. We have outlined some distinguishing clinical features of these conditions to aid with their early diagnosis in our module on sun related skin conditions.

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Be one of the first to try our NEW 10 minute 'Quick tips' video module on head lice: http://bit.ly/1RhN8lO
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Find out the topic highlights for Masterclasses GP General Update, September, London. View the programme here: http://bit.ly/MCtopics
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Do you know the key features of common shoulder complaints and the clinical tests you can use to diagnose them? Watch our 4 minute video and then complete the module:

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We've just updated our module on community acquired pneumonia.
Check out the latest version here: http://bit.ly/1dXQ9WZ
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Online CPD/CME for doctors and healthcare professionals
Introduction
BMJ Learning is an independent and peer reviewed CPD/CME online learning resources for medical professionals. We have over 100 free modules try them at learning.bmj.com

BMJ Learning offers doctors and healthcare professionals a fast and convenient way to test themselves and keep up to date with developments in medicine. It contains over 1,000 interactive learning modules, across 70 specialty areas, which are accredited for CPD/CME points in several countries.

All modules are independent and peer reviewed. They are based on the latest available evidence to ensure the best possible clinical outcomes and are continually updated. Modules on BMJ Learning are designed to fit around a busy working schedule and as BMJ Learning is available online it can be accessed at any time or location. Every module started is automatically stored in a personal BMJ Portfolio, which is a free resource to assist doctors and other healthcare professionals in tracking and recording their CPD/CME credits online, every BMJ Learning user will automatically receive their own Portfolio, viewable from their personal homepage when they register.

Once registered and signed in with BMJ Learning, users will see their homepage. This is personalised using the information collected about the user in the registration process. Modules are suggested to users based on their profession, specialty and location, which ensures selecting modules is quick and easy.

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