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Approximately 2,500 women in the UK with epilepsy give birth to a baby each year. One of the concerns women with epilepsy have when they are planning...
25/02/2021 0
Are you ready to support the public to sort fact from fiction? This article aims to provide the current guidance and advice available regarding the...
08/12/2020 2
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From this CPD module you will learn: What safeguarding is and who is affected The types of abuse leading to safeguarding issues The role of...
19/11/2020 0
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Stimulant laxatives available in the UK are bisacodyl (eg Dulcolax), senna (eg Senokot) and sodium picosulfate (eg Dulcolax Pico).(1) They make up...
27/08/2020 0
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The use of direct-acting oral anticoagulants (DOACs) in the UK has been increasing.(1) One of the risks associated with their use is the increased...
16/07/2020 0
AIMp warned pharmacy teams to take extra caution when wearing PPE
An increase in patient safety incidents “due to wearing PPE” has been reported by some pharmacy teams, Association of Independent Multiple Pharmacies...
15/07/2020 3
This article was correct at time of publishing (July 9). To keep up with the latest information please visit our coronavirus hub Life during...
09/07/2020 0
This article was correct at time of publishing (April 21). To keep up with the latest information please visit our COVID-19 hub The Yellow Card...
21/05/2020 0
In C+D’s latest podcast, clinical editor Naimah Callachand speaks to Dr Toni Hazell, a C+D clinical advisory board member and GP based in Tottenham...
14/05/2020 0
This article was correct at time of publishing (May 6). To keep up with the latest information please visit our COVID-19 hub In recent weeks,...
06/05/2020 0

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