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NPC Educational Materials

The National Prescribing Centre has released a series of educational materials to support recent MeReC Bulletins.

MeReC Bulletins published this year have covered the management of hypertension in primary care, contraception and the management of common infections in primary care. Educational materials are now available to support all of these areas.

Each set of materials includes items such as a quiz (with answers), a case study (with answers), presentation slides (with presenter notes) and a data-focused commentary.

The materials are available as follows:

Action: Clinicians who found the original MeReC Bulletins useful but who want more information in order to test their knowledge or in order to cascade their learning to others will find these materials very useful.

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2 Comments to “NPC Educational Materials”

  1. Abul,

    Sorry about that, I used the NHS only links in the original article. I have now updated the links to use the public access areas of the NPC site.

    Thanks,
    Matthew

    Comment by Administrator — April 17, 2007 #
    Reply

  2. HI,

    just a quick query, I am having problems accessing the NPC educational material.

    Could you please forward me an email with the relavent attachments.
    thank you

    Abul kashem

    Comment by Abul Kashem — April 17, 2007 #
    Reply

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