Dealing with Ear Wax in General Practice Nursing
Syringing a patient's ears is usually performed to remove the cerumen (wax). Although a common procedure it is invasive with the potential to cause discomfort or even injury to the patient
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Antibiotic Stewardship webinar pre-reading: ChAP – Changing the Antibiotic Prescribing of General Practice Registrars through better adherence to Antibiotic Guidelines
To Complete this course as an ALM:
- Complete the Predisposing activity before attempting this online course
- Then read the content and answer the ALM activities in the chapters marked with *
- Participate in the SOC Forum
- Reinforcing activity - complete the assessment
By the end of this ALM, the participant should be able to:
- Understand the management of the pregnant woman exposed to viruses.
- Perform appropriate screening of the pregnant woman to manage risks. Identify the challenging issues of shared obstetric care.
- Recognise and manage mental health disorders in pregnancy and what medications are safe to use.
- To explore a systematic process for managing antenatal patients
- To recognise issues with the safety of antenatal women in the general practice environment
Upon successfully completing all components of this ALM you will be eligible to receive 40 category 1 points from the RACGP
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