Resources (PCRMM webinars)
- Foot & Ankle(6)
- Patient leaflets & Self Management(4)
- PCRMM webinars(20)
- Red flags(4)
- Shoulder and elbow(4)
- Work and Training(24)
Watch this great webinar, given by Toby Wallace and Sam Bhide who are both NASS Primary Care champions. Axial spa is an inflammatory condition consisting of varied symptoms and characteristics
Watch Dr Kristina Davies’ excellent and extremely interesting presentation. The presentation slides will be added here very soon!
Watch Dr Alastair Dickson’s excellent talk on Gout – Gout diagnosis, treatment and management: An update on best practice in primary care.
This excellent webinar was given by Sarah Mackie and Bharat Kandikonda. It was both very engaging and extremely informative!
PCRMM Webinar: Algorithm for diagnosis and management of adult ankle and foot problems in primary care
This informative and compelling webinar was given by Krystian Dawiec on the commonplace issue of ankle and foot problems. The talk includes teaching about a comprehensive ankle and foot pain […]
This engaging and extremely interesting webinar was given by Ian Bernstein and Dan Bourke; they explored what works and what doesn’t work for managing low back pain and sciatica in […]
A compelling webinar given by Will Gregory, a Consultant Physiotherapist working for the Rheumatology Team at Salford Royal Hospital.
Dr Zoe Paskins and Dr Sarah Hardcastle This webinar about calcium and vitamin D covers: indications for testing; interpretation and significance of abnormal results; calcium and vitamin D replacement; and, […]
Dr Jo Ledingham NEIAA Ethnicity report: https://rheumatology.org.uk/Portals/0/Documents/Practice_Quality/Audit/NEIA/2022/NEIAA-ethnicity-report.pdf BSR Referral guidelines:https://www.rheumatology.org.uk/Portals/0/Documents/Policy/Adult-rheumatology-referral-guidance.pdf?ver=2021-10-05-142645-127
This webinar will cover the essentials around examination of tender and swollen joints in rheumatoid arthritis (RA), including the differences between clinical findings in inflammatory versus non-inflammatory arthritis, and explore […]