Tag Archives: Level B

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International Society of Nephrology resources

http://www.theisn.org/education/education-topics

A lengthening list of mostly single-topic lectures, mostly quite advanced, mostly good.  Some are excellent and worthy of singling out under headings above (and some have been). Channel structure sorts by topic, but not adequately, and the ‘level’ of resources isn’t defined.

National Heart Failure Audit

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Level BLevel CLevel C Plus

Duration
30-60 mins
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http://www.ucl.ac.uk/nicor/audits/heartfailure/additionalfiles/pdfs/patientreports/HF_Report_Patient_Friendly_2013.pdf

This comprehensive report presents findings and recommendations for all patients discharged with a diagnosis of heart failure between 2011 and 2012 in England and Wales. Aimed primarily at clinicians and healthcare providers, it gives a good overview of heart failure services, treatment and mortality.

NHS Direct Wales: Encyclopaedia

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Level ALevel BLevel C

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10-30 mins
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http://www.nhsdirect.wales.nhs.uk/encyclopaedia/h/article/heartfailure/

A good overview article from NHS Direct which covers all biopsychosocial aspects of heart failure. A valuable resource for patients, students and specialist doctors when considering the diagnosis and further management of heart failure.

National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute: What is Heart Failure?

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Level ALevel B

Duration
10-30 mins
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http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/health-topics/topics/hf/

A summary of heart failure looking at all areas from symptoms and investigation to diagnosis and management. This information is primarily for patients, however킠 it should also be of value to students.

Heart Failure (Beyond the Basics)

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Level ALevel B

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10-30 mins
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http://www.uptodate.com/contents/heart-failure-beyond-the-basics

Produced by clinicians for UpToDate, this resource is a good introduction to all aspects of heart failure. Although intended as a patient information resource it should also prove valuable for all students studying the field of cardiology. The page also contains many useful links to other related topics to aid with understanding of the area.

Dermatological emergencies (DermNetNZ)

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Level ALevel B

Duration
30-60 mins
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http://dermnetnz.org/doctors/emergencies/

The following topics are presented: Drug eruptions Erythema multiforme Toxic epidermal necrolysis Erythroderma Neutrophilic dermatoses Urticaria Blistering skin diseases Concisely written, with good but small clinical photos. The educational activities are tagged on as an afterthought.

Paediatric rashes to worry about slideshow (Medscape)

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Level ALevel B

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10-30 mins
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http://reference.medscape.com/features/slideshow/pediatric-rashes

Requires free login. 25 slides which mainly cover rashes of infectious aetiology.

Which rashes to worry about slideshow (Medscape)

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Level ALevel B

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10-30 mins
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http://reference.medscape.com/features/slideshow/rashes

Requires free login. Covers the main emergencies in dermatology simply. 킠The photos used are not of great quality. Links at the end to more in depth articles of illustrated conditions on emedicine website.

Cutaneous manifestations of drug eruptions slideshow (Medscape)

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Level ALevel B

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10-30 mins
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http://reference.medscape.com/features/slideshow/drug-reactions

Requires a free login. 킠32 slides with pretty good quality photos of skin eruptions secondary to drugs. 킠2 slides for each eruption with the first slide describing usually seen features and causative drugs and the second telling the diagnosis and prognosis. 킠So although there are no self-assessment questions as such, one could test oneself by […]

Stroke: a guide to diagnosis and assessing severity (BMJ)

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Level ALevel B

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30-60 mins
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http://learning.bmj.com/learning/module-intro/stroke-diagnosis-assessing-severity.html?locale=en_GB&moduleId=5004318

Requires free registration and login. 킠This module aims to teach how to make an intial diagnosis in patients presenting with symptoms of a stroke, talks about the indications for urgent imaging, and how to assess the severity of stroke using the modified Rankin scale. There are case scenarios at the end with self-assessment. The majority […]

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