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Guidelines in Clinical Practice

Guidelines in Clinical Practice

Guidelines in Clinical Practice

Himanshu Bhatt and Anju Verma
Himanshu Bhatt and Anju Verma
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 13 Mar 2018
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Last updated: 28 Mar 2018

Reference: 187215

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Description

This session will provide an introduction to accessing guidelines and their role in the clinical decision making process.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
● Define the term clinical guideline
● Discuss where to access national guidelines for common disorders
● Identify advantages and limitations of clinical guidelines
● Prioritise decision making processes when working within local, national and other guidelines
● Apply available evidence base in clinical care, with appropriate use of guidelines
Himanshu Bhatt and Anju Verma

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Himanshu Bhatt and Anju Verma
on behalf of Health Education England

Himanshu Bhatt is a GP Prinicipal in North West London and an Academic Facilitator for Imperial College. He has a specialist interest in Ophthalmology, Musculoskeletal Medicine and Medical Education.

He has been involved as a teacher and examiner for undergraduates at Imperial College and has been developing new simulation based teaching techniques. He is a member of the Education Committee of the NWL Faculty RCGP and involved with Post Graduate GP education in Ophthalmology and Musculoskeletal Medicine. He has also been involved with teaching in London based Vocation Training Schemes and Young GP forums.

Anju Verma qualified from Imperial College and worked in a number of different specialities including Cardiology, Nephrology and Acute Medicine before embarking on a career in General Practice. She works as a GP in West London and as a Clinical Teaching Fellow at Imperial College. Her specialist interests include cardiovascular medicine, medical education and general practice based IT systems.

Anju has been involved as a teacher and examiner for medical undergraduates at Imperial College and is developing new simulation based teaching techniques, as well as researching medical education. She is the practice lead for cardiovascular disease prevention and a Clinical Advisor to the Health Informatics team at the PCT.

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.50 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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