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Key learning points: NICE cannabis-based medicinal products

2020-02-20T11:41:00+00:00By Dr David Spraggett

Dr David Spraggett outlines five key learning points to take away from the 2019 NICE guideline on cannabis-based medicinal products

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    Coronavirus: what is the role of primary care?


    Dr Toni Hazell summarises the recent guidance on how to identify possible cases of novel coronavirus and why suspected cases must be isolated immediately

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    Top tips: personalising cancer care

    2020-01-27T17:28:00+00:00By Dr Anthony Cunliffe

    Dr Anthony Cunliffe shares 10 top tips for primary care on the provision of personalised care for people with cancer

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    Key learning points: NICE fever in under 5s

    2020-01-27T17:15:00+00:00By Dr Nazia Hussain

    Dr Nazia Hussain identifies five key learning points for primary care from the updated NICE guideline on the assessment and initial management of fever in children under 5 years old


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'.