10 steps to safeguarding adults in general practice

Vikki Gray and Dr Sarah Abbas explain what GPs need to do to protect adults at risk

1 CPD hour

Key questions on coeliac disease

Professor David Sanders and Dr Michelle Shui Yee Lau on late presentation, who should be screened and prescribing gluten-free food

1.5 CPD hours
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Perinatal mental health

Speaking at Pulse LIVE 2017, GP Dr Carrie Ladd takes you through some key questions on recognising and managing perinatal health problems

1 CPD hour

Key questions on gynaecological cancers

Module summary
Professor Henry Kitchener answers Dr Pam Brown’s questions on the risk factors and treatments associated with gynaecological cancers.
Learning objectives


This module will update your knowledge on gynaecological cancers, including:

  • The diagnostic categories for liquid-based cytology

  • Whether HIV infection following a transplant increases the risk of gynaecological cancer

  • Problems experienced after pelvic radiotherapy

  • Risk factors for endometrial cancer, other than obesity and unopposed oestrogen treatment



Professor Henry Kitchener is chair of gynaecological oncology at the University of Manchester, honorary consultant at St Mary's Hospital, and is chair of the advisory committee for Cervical Screening at Public Health England.

Dr Pam Brown is a GP in Swansea.

Date module published
Module due for review
Suggested number of CPD credits
Completing this module will earn you a certificate for a suggested
1.5 CPD hours
By showing evidence of impact you could double that to
3 CPD hours
What other GPs said after completing this module
Very clear and useful, includes useful advice throughout.
Theshanka Amarasinghe
Joanna Cleeton
Very good
Inder Jeet
Atif Hussain

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