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This resource contains two CPD accredited modules to increase your knowledge of alcohol misuse and Wernicke’s Encephalopathy.For PI click hereJOB CODE:UKIRE/PAB/0111AUGUST 2018This information is intended for UK and IRE healthcare professionals only.
A survey of 710 people with rosacea and 554 doctors has revealed valuable insights on the invisible impact of a visible disease for the patients and the community. It is time to fight back against stereotypes and talk openly about rosacea burden.
This resource is intended for UK healthcare professionals only and provides information on the management of patients with inflammatory bowel disease or listed for surgery.• How to meet the full iron need of inflammatory bowel disease patients with iron deficiency anaemia.• Meeting the challenges of perioperative anaemia.Job code: UK-MONF-0918-00023Date of preparation: September 2018
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This resource provides information on the management of patients with adult ADHD.Job code: C-APROM/UK//2853Date of prep: May 2019Initiated and funded by Takeda Pharmaceuticals Limited.
This resource provides information on the management of patients with hereditary angioedema.Initiated and funded by Takeda Pharmaceuticals Limited.
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Job code: C-APROM/UK//3323Date of preparation: October 2019
To address the challenges in HCV testing and treatment in Europe, PRIME developed tools to support patients and practitioners in effectively engaging in HCV testing, linkage, and treatment. The tools are intended to motivate patients toward positive health behaviors including testing, treatment initiation, adherence, and risk reduction.These practical tools are designed for use in:·Primary Care Clinics·Drug Treatment Centers·Medically Supervised Injecting Centers·Street-based Outreach Programs·Prisons, and Criminal Justice Settings
This resource providesinformation on the managementof patients with Haemophilia BInitiated and funded by SobiJob code: PP 7131Date of preparation: December 2019