Priority clinical conditions

Published 2.10.2017

Priority clinical conditions cover recognition, assessment and management of common, high-priority clinical areas for hospitals. They will educate the team on dealing with these increasingly complex and costly demands.

BMJ Learning Hospital Collection offers e-learning modules that address critical areas for hospitals. Multi-professional teams can learn using a mixture of 3D animation, audio, images, text and clinical cases, all peer-reviewed and regularly updated to reflect the very latest guidance.

Contents

Hospital presentations: acute kidney injury and chronic kidney disease1
An interactive case based module for internal medicine trainees covering recognition, assessment, treatment and prognosis of AKI and CKD
Alcohol withdrawal: managing patients in the emergency department2
A module on identifying the symptoms, complications, and severity of alcohol withdrawal, and the management of patients, including nutritional support, pharmacotherapy, and discharge planning.
Hospital presentations: anaphylaxis3
A case based module for internal medicine trainees on the recognition, assessment and treatment of this important emergency presentation
Hospital presentations: blackouts and collapse4
An interactive case based module for medical trainees, covering causes, assessment, investigation, and initial emergency treatment of different types of blackout and collapse.
Hospital presentations: jaundice5
A case based module for internal medicine trainees on the assessment and initial management of three patients presenting with jaundice.
Hospital presentations: palpitations6
An interactive module for internal medicine trainees on the management of three patients who present with palpitations.
You've been bleeped: Chest pain, in association with Student BMJ7
This module offers practical advice for newly qualified doctors and senior medical students on managing patients with chest pain. It describes a systematic approach to thinking about chest pain, offering advice on how to assess and manage patients in an acute situation, when to seek help from a senior, and the most important points to include in these discussions, with particular reference to the diagnoses of STEMI and NSTEMI.
Community acquired pneumonia: diagnosis and management8
A module on diagnosing pneumonia, how to assess its severity, and know which antibiotics to prescribe.
Ask the consultant: Diabetes9
In our series for internal medicine trainees, consultant Dr Anne Dornhorst answers trainees’ questions on topics including the hyperosmolar hyperglycaemic state, diabetic ketoacidosis, oral anti-diabetic drug combinations, and managing hyperglycaemia.
Hospital presentations: falls10
An interactive case based module for medical trainees covering the risk factors and assessment of falls, as well as further investigations, pain relief, and managing the consequences.
Quick tips: Gram-negative bacterial infections11
Dr Jonathan Folb will guide you through what antibiotic-resistant Gram-negative bacteria are, what infections they cause and what junior doctors can do to treat and help prevent these kinds of infections.
Quick tips: MRSA12
This quick tips module will guide you through what MRSA is and why it is a problem. It covers key points that junior doctors should know about MRSA screening and eradication.
Ask the consultant: Palliative care medicine13
In our series for internal medicine trainees, Dr Chris Farnham, medical director of the Heart of Kent Hospice, answers users' questions on switching opioids, managing nausea and vomiting, prescribing in patients with renal and liver disease, starting fluids, and coping with sudden terminal bleeds.
You've been bleeped: Postoperative deterioration, in association with Student BMJ14
This module offers practical advice for newly qualified doctors and senior medical students on assessing and managing patients who suffer a deterioration during the postoperative period, plus tips on when to seek help from a senior.
Challenges in hospital care: Sepsis - recognition and management in adults15
An interactive case based module taking you through the assessment, diagnosis, and management of sepsis.
Hospital presentations: shock16
An interactive case based module for internal medicine trainees covering the recognition, assessment, and management of this emergency presentation.
Hospital presentations: suicidal ideation and self harm17
A case based module for internal medicine trainees on how to assess and manage suicidal ideation and self harm.
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17 kurssia, 14 t 50 min

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