What is this about?
The national clinical decision making support tool – BMJ Best Practice Funded by Health Education England and FREE to NHS staff, trainees and students in England.
BMJ Best Practice is a generalist point of care tool available on desktop or via an app 24/7, on and offline.
In this webinar Kieran Walsh, BMJ Best Practice Clinical Director, explains how primary care teams can get the most from tool, in practice, on call and during study.
Particularly useful for GPs and their multidisciplinary practice teams, such as nurses and pharmacists, BMJ Best Practice provides information that is uniquely structured around the patient consultation using the latest evidence-based research, guidelines and expert opinion to offer step-by-step guidance on diagnosis, prognosis, treatment and prevention.
BMJ Best Practice includes:
- Differential diagnosis and treatment algorithms
- Case reports on rare diseases and unusual presentation of more common diseases
- Videos covering the most common clinical procedures
- ‘Important Update’ alerts for evidence changes
- Over 500 integrated medical calculators
- Nearly 500 patient leaflets
Who should attend?
- GPs – invaluable and on hand to support your clinical decision making
- Multi-disciplinary practice teams – nurses, pharmacists, AHPs and others can all
find value in the tool
- Trainees on placement – quick reference for clinical questions
- Practice managers – free support for you clinical teams
- Social prescribers – patient information leaflets
- ICB commissioners of local services – towards ensuring your clinicians are supported in their decision-making at no cost to you.
How do I sign up?
Book your place by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org before Friday 2 September 2022