Minor Illness Management On-Line Modules ML2110
CPD Hours : 30. Mode of Delivery: Self-Directed Online Course
This course is for healthcare practitioners and independent non medical prescribers working towards advanced roles seeing and treating adults in primary care and community settings including general practice and walk in pharmacies. A case study approach is used to explore differential diagnoses, and pharmacological and non pharmacological interventions including safety netting and worsening care advice.
On completion you will be able to assess patients with a range of minor illness conditions of the respiratory, abdominal, gastrointestinal, dermatology, ENT, eye conditions, gynae, sexual health, contraception and mental health presentations in urgent care, general practice, walk in centres and community settings.
- Be a registered healthcare professional with a minimum of 2years post qualifying experience.
- Relevant workplace opportunities and organisational support with an identified mentor is encouraged to support completion of skills portfolio in clinical environment and improve competence. *** This is only for healthcare professionals new in the role with limited experience seeing and treating patients independently.
***Completion of this course does not award competence or the title of Advanced Practitioner. This is obtained with experience, mentorship and completion of relevant educational courses.
Who should attend
- Nurse Practitioners
- Independent prescribers
- Allied health professionals
- Overseas doctors
- Physician Assistants
- Demonstrate knowledge of pathophysiology in management of minor illnesses.
- Critically consider ethical and legal issues that influence decision-making in seeing and treating minor ailments and working in independent roles.
- Reflect on risk management constraints when planning a safe discharge or referral to other agencies and members of the multidisciplinary team.
- Develop skills in ensuring clinical practice is evidence based through engagement with local organisation policy and current health strategy in primary care.
- Recognise importance of multi-professional working for effective and safe management of minor ailments.
- 1.History Taking and Documentation. Jeshni Amblum-Almer, Senior Lecturer Primary Care
- Respiratory Disorders in primary Care : Respiratory Consultant
- ENT Disorders in Primary Care : Dr Sanjeev Kalia , GP
- Eye Disorders in Primary Care
- Headaches – Clinical Decision Making and Red flags: Dr Parmy Deol, A&E consultant and UCC Lead Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London
- Back pain Management in Primary Care : Dr Parmy Deol, A&E Consultant and dual GP
- Dermatology for General Practice : Kirsty Armstrong, ANP Lecturer
- Gynae & Menopause : DR Hayley Jenkins, FSRSH General Practitioner
- Antimicrobial Stewardship : Aneela Tehseen, Senior Clinical Pharmacist
- Mental Health Disorders : Dr Balu Pitchiah, Consultant Psychiatrist
- Gastro Intestinal Disorders : Dr Hasan Nour, A&E Reg
- Contraception and Menopause: Dr Hayley Jenkins, FSRSH G
History Taking and Documentation
Respiratory Disorders in Primary Care
ENT Disorders in Primary Care
Eye Disorders in Primary Care
Headaches Clinical Decision Making and Redflags
Backpain Management in Primary Care
Dermatology for General Practice
This session explores current guidelines on managing common skin problems seen in primary care, the community and general practice.
Antimicrobial pre-course document
Antimicrobial Stewardship - Handout
Antimicrobial Stewardship - Presentation