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Clinically led sessions in partnership with leading primary care organisations such as The Royal College of Nursing, Professional Record Standards Body, The Nursing and Midwifery Council and more, and speakers providing educational and best practice updates around dermatology, allergy, lifestyle medicine, cardiovascular health, travel health, respiratory and women’s health.

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    This short scenario-based presentation will address important issues relating to the traveller presenting with a complex medical history, travel itinerary or both. Learning outcomes include acknowledgment of the importance of thorough risk assessment, including medical history taking and recognition of when and how to seek expert medical opinion.
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    A practical approach to what's new in contraception to inform your clinical consultations. Learning outcomes: When & how to use the new Drospirenone POP, updated coil guidance and useful information r ...
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    Helping women from perimenopause to menopause and dispelling myths.
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    This session will focus on practical dermatology. Topical treatments are widely prescribed for many skin conditions; correct use and adherence are key to ensure the best outcomes for the patient.  Emollients are very important in dry and chronic skin conditions, including eczema and psoriasis. Complete emollient therapy includes washing and moisturising daily, patient choice and application will be discussed.  Topical corticosteroids are first-line for inflammatory and acute skin conditions, they need to be prescribed according to the age of the patient, severity and body location. Guidance will be given on correct application  with finger tip units (FTUs),  length of treatment and advice given on addressing patient concerns. Scalp treatments need precise application, and practical tips will be discussed.   Learning outcomes  By the end of this session delegates will have  Updated evidence-based management in when to prescribe/advise topical treatments To have gained practical knowledge on topical treatment application Increased clinical confidence in advising patients on correct use and application of topical treatments
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    Treatment and Management of Allergic Rhinitis and its link with asthma.
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    Lifestyle Medicine is a growing area of health care practice that is rooted in evidence and behaviour change techniques to address the rising rates of non-communicable disease globally and the impact this has on population health.  It is set against six pillars of health which include mental wellbeing, social connection, health eating, physical activity, sleep and minimal exposure to harmful substances and behaviours.  Nurses already possess many of the skills and knowledge to deliver Lifestyle Medicine in practice, and there is growing representation from the nursing workforce within the British Society of Lifestyle Medicine (BSLM).   This talk will give an overview of Lifestyle Medicine and introduce the conceptualisation, history and current broader health care landscape. Practical examples and case studies will be discussed as well as the skills for delivering Lifestyle Medicine in practice.  The overarching aim of the presentation will be to develop understanding of Lifestyle Medicine and inspire confidence in the value of approaching lifestyle change with patients to address growing health care challenges in practice.  
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    To be familiar with CV risk engines. To appreciate how CV risk is calculated. To recognise different strategies for communicating CV risk 
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    This session will give an update on lipid lowering management for primary and secondary prevention of CVD.    Learning Outcomes 1) Describe the pathways for lipid management for prevention and treatment of CVD   2)  Discuss the rationale for pharmacological intervention using statin-based treatment as first line  3) Consider alternative strategies if statins do not achieve targets and/or are not tolerated 
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