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COPD essentials

Review the latest NICE recommendations on COPD with this course worth 1.5 CME credits. It includes visual summaries and quick reference tables which can be used in practice. Test your knowledge by taking our three-part quiz which follows a case history and reviews all key aspects in COPD, from diagnosis to management and follow-up.

Headaches

This course, worth 1 CME credit, reviews the epidemiology, investigations, diagnosis, and management for each type of headache with reference to evidence-based guidance and best practice.

How to identify and manage depression

In this course, worth 1 CME credit, and illustrated by case-based quizzes, you will review how to diagnose and assess the severity of depression, including suicide risk, and the different approaches to manage the condition.

ADHD management: a multidisciplinary approach

This course, worth 2 CME credits, includes a series of visual resources to download, to quickly find out about referral indications, management options, drug choice and areas to monitor. Don’t miss out on those OnMedica exclusive!

Type 1 diabetes: the essentials

Welcome to this course, worth 1 CME credit, in which we’ll cover everything you need to know for the everyday diagnosis and management of type 1 diabetes.

Safeguarding children

Review the key principles around safeguarding with this course worth 1 CME credit. With the conditions created by COVID-19, now more than ever healthcare professionals need to be alert to signs of child abuse.

Suspicious mole: is it malignant melanoma and how to treat it?

This course, worth 2 CME credits, covers the recognition of typical and atypical presentations of melanoma, illustrated by clinical images. It also outlines the management options through a useful visual summary of NICE guidance.

Angina pectoris: diagnosis and management essentials

This course, worth 1 CME credit, will take you through the essentials to confidently diagnose and manage patients with angina symptoms. It includes a visual summary of the key points in diagnosis and a case-based quiz to test your knowledge.

Bronchiolitis: a primary care refresher

Review the key diagnostic features and management options, ahead of the bronchiolitis season, with this short course worth 1 CME credit. Test your clinical skills with our case-based quiz and fast-track your CPD with our exclusive visual summary and a key learning points video.

Resilience training

This course, worth 1 CME credit, provides practical strategies designed to strengthen your ability to cope with adversities. You can use them yourself or pass them on to patients and colleagues. It introduces resilience training as an evidence-based approach to reducing the risk of depression, anxiety and stress-related harm. This course is authored by Chris Johnstone, resilience specialist and former general practitioner, Online Resilience Trainer at CollegeofWellbeing.com and ResilienceForDoctors.com.

Hypothyroidism essentials

Keep up to date with the latest NICE guidance on hypothyroidism with this short course made of practical bitesize articles covering all the clinical essentials on hypothyroidism. This course also includes a case-based quiz to test your knowledge and a quick 1-page summary on subclinical hypothyroidism.

Case scenarios on suspected neurological conditions

Access our downloadable summary of NICE's guidance on the recognition and referral of suspected neurological conditions and test your knowledge via a series of case scenario quizzes with informative feedback.

COVID Early Warning System saves lives – learn how

Dr Matt Inada-Kim, Consultant in acute care medicine, explains why patients need monitoring for silent hypoxia to spot deterioration in COVID-19. In these short videos, he shows how GPs, nurses and practice staff can do this on a community scale by keeping patients safeguarded at home in COVID virtual wards.

Posterior knee pain: causes, investigations and management

This short course reviews key pathologies and associated symptoms. It also covers investigations of choice, illustrated with case study images, and management options. Author: Kalpesh Parmar, consultant in sports and exercise medicine, Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health, London. Updated by OnMedica in February 2020.

Anterior knee pain: causes, investigations and management

This short course reviews key pathologies and associated symptoms. It also covers investigations of choice, illustrated with case study images, and management options, including how to perform an intra-articular knee injection. Author: Kalpesh Parmar, consultant in sports and exercise medicine, Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health, London. Updated by OnMedica in February 2020.

Medial knee pain: causes, investigations and management

This short course reviews key pathologies and associated symptoms. It also covers investigations of choice, illustrated with case study images, and management options. Author: Kalpesh Parmar, consultant in sports and exercise medicine, Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health, London. Updated by OnMedica in February 2020.

Lateral knee pain: causes, investigations and management

This short course reviews key pathologies and associated symptoms. It also covers investigations of choice, illustrated with case study images, and management options. Author: Kalpesh Parmar, consultant in sports and exercise medicine, Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health, London. Updated by OnMedica in February 2020.

Glandular fever: signs, red flags and management

This course, worth 1 CME credit, provides practical summary tables for the diagnosis and management of glandular fever. Easily review the essentials: from typical signs and symptoms (illustrated by clinical images) to recommended investigations and red flags.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome: diagnosis and management essentials

Keep up to date with best practice with this practical review of IBS diagnosis and management. This course, worth 1 CME credit, contains easy-to-digest articles, a 1-page summary based on NICE guidance, quizzes and a case scenario to support you in providing the best care for your patients.

Spotting the signs of breast cancer

This course, worth 1 CME credit covers the essentials to confidently pick up and diagnose breast cancer cases. It includes a visual summary of which surveillance to offer, reference tables of cases that can be safely manage in primary care and those to refer, a patient work-up summary and clinical images highlighting differential diagnoses.

GORD: signs, red flags and management

This course, worth 1 CME credit, provides quick summaries of the red flags in gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD) and referral recommendations for a cancer pathway, endoscopy, and specialist service. It also includes a 2-page visual summary of the key points from NICE management pathway, and essential prescribing information for each pharmacological option.