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NHS restructure survey: grounds for optimism, but barriers remain

2021-07-29T10:17:00+01:00By Nina Buchan

Preliminary findings from the Guidelines in Practice survey on the NHS reorganisation reveal your hopes for its potential to improve patient care—provided obstacles to implementation are overcome

COVID-19 guidance

  • COVID-19 hub for primary care

    Tue, 20 Jul 2021 06:00:00 GMT

    The Guidelines team has produced this directory of COVID-19 information and guidance for primary care. Included on this page is a collection of key guidance and advice from PHE and the NHS, as well as a list of information for specific groups from a range of professional bodies

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    How to improve care for lower urinary tract infection

    2021-07-30T11:24:00+01:00By Vinod Nargund

    Vinod Nargund revisits NICE Guideline 109 on lower urinary tract infections, and highlights primary care’s central role in recognition and management

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    Top tips: ADHD in children and young people

    2021-07-30T11:14:00+01:00By Dr Natasha Halliwell

    Dr Natasha Halliwell offers 10 top tips on the identification and management of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children and young people

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    IBD care requires a coordinated and proactive approach

    2021-07-30T10:56:00+01:00By Jackie Glatter and Dr Kevin Barrett

    Jackie Glatter and Dr Kevin Barrett discuss the IBD UK report on services for people with inflammatory bowel disease, which highlights room for improvement

Guidelines Live

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Guidelines Live returns as an in-person event in 2021

Valerie Benfield answers questions about the return of MGP’s 2-day conference on clinical guidance and best practice as an in-person event in 2021

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To celebrate 25 years of promoting best practice in healthcare, we have teamed up with Antibiotic Research UK in a partnership to help raise awareness of antibiotic resistance.

Antibiotic Research UK (ANTRUK) is the world’s first charity created to fight antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections through research, education and patient support.

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Antimicrobial stewardship resource hub

We have brought together all our resources to support you in your knowledge of antibiotic resistant infections, antimicrobial prescribing, and stewardship. You can also find information on ANTRUK’s patient support and information programme, and details of how to take part in their annual fundraiser, 'The Great British Tea Party'.

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Guidelines Live returning as an in-person event

Guidelines Live 30 Nov—1 Dec, ExCeL London

Join us at Guidelines Live to benefit from 12 streams on the latest clinical guidance. Raise questions with expert GP speakers; network with colleagues; and ring-fence time out to focus on guidance-related learning. Register here

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