Courses tagged with "Pharmacology"

  • Drug prescribing in CKD - challenges and pitfalls | Dr Robert Peel
  • Acute kidney injury | Dr David Kluth
  • When to consider renal replacement therapy | Dr Monica Doyle
Category: AKI and CKD
  • Diarrhoea in the returning traveller: investigations and management | Dr Oliver Koch
  • IBD - where are we in 2018? | Dr Ally Speight
  • Oncological therapy and colitis | Professor Ruth Plummer
Category: Diarrhoea
  • Has my dizzy patient had a stroke? | Dr William Rutherford
  • Parkinsonism: causes, diagnosis and management | Dr Gordon Duncan
  • Polypharmacy: general principles in managing adults on piles of pills | Dr Martin Wilson
Category: Falls
  • Falls in the elderly | Dr Jo Cowell
  • Osteoporosis - diagnosis and treatment | Professor Stuart Ralston
  • Pain relief in the elderly | Dr David Grant
Category: Falls
  • Acute management of seizures: anticonvulsants | Dr Russell Hewett
  • Dissociative (non-epileptic) attacks | Professor Jon Stone
Category: Fits / Seizures
  • Managing the acute fit and status epilepticus | Dr Dean Kerslake
  • Anti-epileptic drugs: which one, when, how much and for how long (and which to avoid) | Dr Richard Davenport
  • Dissociative (non-epileptic) attacks | Dr Jon Stone
Category: Fits / Seizures
  • Upper GI bleed cause and initial management | Professor John Plevris
  • Acute upper GI bleeding: risk stratification and timing of endoscopy | Dr Norma McAvoy
  • Heart versus gut: what to do with anti-coagulants and anti-platelets? | Dr Peter Henriksen
  • Alcoholic liver disease: a journey | Dr Stewart Campbell
  • Prescribing predicaments in the jaundiced patient | Professor John Dillon
  • Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: recognition and management | Dr Stuart McPherson
Category: Jaundice
  • Recognising the patient who is dying | Dr Claire Douglas
  • Planning for the end of life | Dr Eileen Burns
  • Prescribing in palliative care | Dr Fiona Finlay
Category: Palliative Care
  • How to approach palpitation | Dr Anne Scott
  • Palpitations and anti-arrhythmics: getting the combination right | Dr Christopher Lang
  • Update on anticoagulation in atrial fibrillation | Dr Ashley Nisbet
Category: Palpitations
  • Street drugs: What's new and what's to know? | Professor Simon Thomas
  • International weapons - a clear and present danger | Professor Michael Eddleston
  • Is my poisoned patient 'detainable'? | Dr Roger Smyth
Category: Poisoning
  • Psoriasis: diagnosis and management of psoriasis | Dr Gabrielle Becher
  • Infectious exanthem in adults | Dr Jennifer Crane
  • Drug-induced rashes: common patterns and ones not to miss | Dr Sarah Walsh
Category: Rash
  • The unconscious patient: when to call a neurosurgeon? | Miss Julie Woodfield
  • Suspected meningoencephalitis: management strategies | Dr Andrew Storey
  • Drugs and the unconscious patient | Dr James Dear
Day 1
  • Upper gastrointestinal bleeding | Dr Lyn Smith
  • Toxicology update for the general physician | Dr James Coulson
  • Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA): an update | Dr Nicola Zammitt
  • Anticoagulation – direct oral anticoagulants (DOACs) for everything? | Dr Catherine Bagot
  • Acute oncology emergencies | Dr Pauline Leonard
  • Acute haematological emergencies | Dr Huw Roddie
  • Rashes in the emergency department | Dr Mike Tidman
  • The acute hot joint | Dr Anne McEntegart
  • Functional, not "medically unexplained" symptoms | Dr Ingrid Hoeritzauer
  • Finding the furrow | Dr Dearbhail Lewis
  • Frailty - implications for the modern NHS | Dr Adam Gordon
Day 2
  • When to call the GI surgeon? | Mr Simon Paterson-Brown
  • When to call the urologist? | Mr Ben Thomas
  • When to call the neurosurgeon? | Mr Nigel Suttner
  • The rational physical examination | Professor Andrew Elder
  • Safety is no accident” - lessons for medicine from aviation | Dr Jerry Marsden
  • Rational clinical decision making | Professor Pat Croskerry
  • Novel insights into brain infections and advances in diagnostics approach | Dr Michael Griffiths
  • Antimicrobial stewardship: managing risks and optimising outcomes | Dr Andrew Seaton
  • A case that change my practice | Dr Sue Pound
  • A case that changed my practice | Dr Tom Mackay
  • A tale of two Geoffs | Dr Caroline Whitworth
  • Healthcare in the 4th industrial revolution | Professor Andrew Morris
  • The determinants of disease – lessons from the UK Biobank | Professor Cathie Sudlow
  • Stem cell and other cell therapies for future medicine | Professor Sue Kimber
  • Extremes of human physiology – sorting out adaptive and maladaptive processes | Dr Kenneth Baillie
  • Parkinson’s disease – from the clinic to bench to clinic | Professor Roger Barker
  • The prospects for personalised medicine | Professor Sir Munir Pirmohamed
  • Lighting up the lung | Professor Kev Dhaliwal
  • The superbug and antibiotic resistance | Dr Susan Hopkins
  • Tackling the ageing demographic for the future | Professor Sarah Harper
  • Palliative care in liver disease | Dr Fiona Finlay
  • Drug-induced liver disease | Professor Guruprasad Aithal
  • Anorexia nervosa for physicians | Dr Caroline Reynolds
  • Coeliac disease | Dr Peter Gillett
  • Oral medicine and gastroenterology | Professor John Gibson
  • The burden of treatment for patients | Professor Frances Mair
  • Deprescribing to minimise polypharmacy | Professor Nina Barnett
  • Prescribing Realistic Medicine | Dr Martin Wilson
  • Evidence-based non-pharmacological therapies for common geriatric syndromes | Professor Antonio Cherubini
  • Oncology: Checking up on checkpoint inhibitors | Dr Anna Olsson-Brown
  • The Social Media Revolution: The opportunities for medicine | Dr Matt Graham-Brown
  • Assessment, classification and outcomes of patients with myocardial injury and infarction | Dr Andrew Chapman
  • Genetics: Genetic data in the medical consultation | Professor Mary Porteous
  • Infectious diseases: Old bugs, new drugs | Dr Alisdair MacConnachie
  • Advances in our understanding of the aetiology and treatment of fibromyalgia | Professor Gary J Macfarlane
  • Complex regional pain syndrome | Dr Richard Haigh
  • How I manage difficult scleroderma | Professor Ariane Herrick
  • How I use different biological drugs in difficult clinical situations | Professor Kimmie Hyrich
  • Personalised medicine in rheumatology diseases | Professor John Isaacs
Category: Rheumatology
  • Case: Analgesics-friend or foe? | Dr Linah Suleiman
  • Self-assessment
  • Completion Certificate
  • Management of poisoning
  • Prescribing in the older adult
  • Medicines reconciliation
  • Personalised medicine
  • Case - A case of multimorbidity

Self-assessment questions

CPD credits: 2

  • Psoriasis
  • Sunlight and skin exposure
  • Cutaneous allergy
  • Management of skin cancer on a challenging site
  • Severe cutaneous adverse reactions to drugs (SCAR)

Self-assessment questions